It's basically neo-Malthusian, based on the theme that peak oil, environmental decay and global warming are going to cause an economic and social collapse in the near future. And I mostly agree with all that, so of course I wouldn't call it an "agenda", but you might think so.So, not being an observer of PP, do you think that Martenson has some agenda, and if so, what is it?
Fairtex also enthusiastically endorses the site's predominant themes. The site promotes precious metals investment for preppers, and Fairtex also agrees that precious metals are good long term investments. He writes a daily column about action in the commodities markets. But there's a bit of drama to the interaction between Fairtex and Martenson, because Martenson believes the markets are manipulated by central bankers, while Fairtex disputes that. Similarly, Martenson believes that 911 was an inside job, while Fairtex buys the official story. But, Martenson wants to maintain his mainstream credibility, so discussions about 911 are relegated to a "controversial topics" page on the website.
Speaking of the eerie context, here's a video of the opening ceremonies of the Military World Games held in Wuhan in October 2019, at the same time as the Event 201 pandemic simulation exercise. This is the creepiest thing I've seen since the Gotthard Base Tunnel opening ceremony. There's a prominently featured Satanic five pointed star, but mostly the show seems to be depicting germs multiplying in a Petri dish.All of this is rather eerie in the context