Beyond the Reset: 1.5 Million Views | Oleg Kuznetsov
Recently a video surfaced on Youtube, an animated 3d story of a man living in a Covid internment camp. Titled Beyond the Reset, the video, just under half an hour in length, has garnered almost 1.5 million views in just one month
And surprisingly Youtube has not taken it down, although they have added an excerpt from Wikipedia below the video to be sure that those 1.5 million viewers are exposed to the official narrative.
I’m joined today by the creator of Beyond the Reset, Oleg Kuzentzov, who grew up in Russia but is now a Canadian citizen living in Calgary, to talk about his creation, the inspiration for it, and what it means that even now, almost a year after most Canadian provinces dropped restrictive Covid mandates, his story is still attracting millions of views.
Beyond the Reset:
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Very nice Oleg and thank you for sharing. It’s not late… it’s just in time I believe.
Wow…this video is incredible! Thank you so much Oleg for taking the time to create this. And thank you Will for the interview of this incredible, talented man! It’s no wonder it’s had so many views. I can’t imagine anyone not being able to relate to the content. I am really hoping to see a sequel!
Thank you, Oleg and Will. Great work! Iam still surprised that so many our fellow Canadians and fellow Calgarians do not see or do not want to call things as they are. How many couples broke up over the last three years? How many friends did we all loose? How many times we heard “safe and effective?” Everything in this matrix is a big lie. Now we are said “let bygones be bygones” – not bloody likely. We will remember everything and we will get them pay for every child and adult that was killed or committed suicide. We will get them pay for every old grandma and grandpa that were left die alone in their isolation facilities. We will never comply and these crazy psychopaths will not succeed because people like us would not go along and play along. Period.
Quite a few people I know watched this, thanks Oleg & Will