Who are these "meek" that the bible speaks of in that famous quote Don Croft loved so much? The word has come out of usage and is therefore not fully understood by modern English speakers.
I understand it more to mean people that are unassuming and humble, not weak, but restrained in their power.
Is this the rise of the "deplorables", the normal people who just want to go about their lives in freedom and prosperity? It seems that such a movement is gathering momentum worldwide. It is despised by the established political class and not even thought to be worthy of political expression.
Whenever they vote for populist parties, they are scalded like naughty little children by the political class. The idea seems to be "you are free to vote as long as you vote for one of our approved options", very much like Henry Ford's famous "you can have the Tin Lizzy in all colors as long as it's black".
The Elite (central banking aligned economic interest and their vast support structure permeating all aspects of our life) have different plans:
They want to get rid of private property (for the masses, not for themselves) and any freedoms that we may still enjoy.
For that purpose (and a few others) they have unleashed this gigantic worldwide psyop and an increasingly dictatorial bio-security regime worldwide.
Only by suppressing the substantial scientific dissent with great brutality and censorship in all corporate and state media, was it possible to continue this juggernaut seemingly unopposed.
Even demonstrations of 100s of thousands such as last weekend in London or a million or more in Berlin last August remain practically muffled by non-reporting and are now made more and more difficult by increasing police brutality. This is being done by the same self-righteous regimes that dare to condemn countries like Belarus or Russia for their alleged suppression of dissent.