Dystopian Nightmare

Days of Broken Arrows

Crow
Gold Member
So, I just need to vent this evening regarding being an employee during this Covid-19 psyop.

It's really quite surreal. The day starts with all the masked employees waiting to enter the building standing on blue tape marks indicating safe distancing between us. Unsurprisingly, virtually everyone's standing in complete silence, eyes fixed upon their handheld screens.

As you reach the door your forehead is scanned by a digital thermometer to ensure your temperature is in the acceptable range to enter the building.

All breaks and lunches are now staggered to limit interaction amongst workers. No one makes eye contact anymore. There's no small talk. No more camaraderie amongst employees.

All day long breathing in your own exhaled CO2, face sweating, glasses fogging up.

Many, if not all of the former perks which made the workplace seem not so horrible are no more. Coffee in the break room? Nope. Company provided lunch on Friday? It's just too dangerous.

I dread going to work now. I am thankful I have a source of income, but have never felt more like a wage slave.

This is the new normal apparently. February 2020 seems like a lifetime ago.

Is 41 too old to become a monk? I want no part of this world any longer.

OK, fine. But the only pertinent issue is whether the people at your place of work RENOUNCE WHITE SUPREMACY!!!!!!
 

Aizen

Kingfisher
Orthodox
I hear ya man. Starting to lose it a bit as well. Thought past hardship would make me a bit stronger. It feels like I‘m an alien in my own neighborhood. Living completely normally elicits a “How dare you not suffer with us, comrade!?” And a walk to the store is usually an exercise in pity. You should see the looks of shame/contempt/anger/misery I’ve seen under those muzzles. I pray for them, they are lost. But they are likely not praying for me. Heck, some leftists are probably praying for the death of me and my heritage. News for them: I’m proud of my heritage and won’t wear a mask. But It’s scary how many people are compliant with this nonsense, which paves the road for sociopathic leaders to drive in. Communism, in other words.

And things are pretty quickly barreling towards communism. When I look around at neighbors, neighborhood residents, even my family: they’re all aboard the magical train to the inevitable breadlines. Imagine being so fried and depressed that any change looks like a positive. This is reality for the average secular American. I was shocked to learn that many people I’ve been talking to and living alongside over the years are actually guilt-driven closet commies. “Educated“ folk with no practical working knowledge of history, knowledge of communism, and the horrors it produced. The Holodomor, for instance. Anyone who has read about it remembers; it’s not the kind of thing you can forget. Communism is man-made and there are some very wealthy people who would like to see this reality happen, again. “Peasant free travel!“

Can the slow march to communism be stopped? Likely not without war or succession. The scum of the earth is here to stay and very little will stop them from continuing to do nothing and consume. The biggest problem in the States is that there are too many vastly differing viewpoints and lifestyles all living under the same metaphorical roof. A lazy hood rat is not going to see eye to eye with a blood sweat and tears patriot on any level. Their goals and core values are at odds. Yet they may even live in the same state. The same county. The same street. How can unity ever be achieved with a populace that varies so greatly? This is the reality of individualism, people arguing how to fix the ship as the ship sinks beneath their feet. There are a lot of good hearted people in this country and I pray for their safety. What comes next might be messy.
 
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Salocin

Woodpecker
Where I work they are requiring masks, but they now have a ban on bandanas, neck gaiters, mesh masks, face shields, and valve masks. Basically any mask that makes it easier to breathe is prohibited. I just don't see the point of working in a place like that. I am planning to quit soon.
I think we all need to make a plan because the writing is on the wall.

Once the vaccine is available, it will be the businesses requiring you be vaccinated. The government won't even have to do forced vaccinations, in the beginning at least. You simply will be hard pressed to find a job unless you provide evidence of you've gotten the shot.

You will be a pariah. Ostracized. Hated. No job, or money, and abandoned by family and friends.

I pray I am wrong, but this is what I see coming.
 

Aizen

Kingfisher
Orthodox
I think we all need to make a plan because the writing is on the wall.

Once the vaccine is available, it will be the businesses requiring you be vaccinated. The government won't even have to do forced vaccinations, in the beginning at least. You simply will be hard pressed to find a job unless you provide evidence of you've gotten the shot.

You will be a pariah. Ostracized. Hated. No job, or money, and abandoned by family and friends.

I pray I am wrong, but this is what I see coming.

Can they really do this though? My feeling is that when things get too extreme, like vaccination based employment, people will start to resist. This also doesn’t work in tight self-sustaining American communities. This country historically has been resistant to government measures taken like this.
 

Salocin

Woodpecker
Can they really do this though? My feeling is that when things get too extreme, like vaccination based employment, people will start to resist. This also doesn’t work in tight self-sustaining American communities. This country historically has been resistant to government measures taken like this.
I speculate initially it will be something like the vaccine will be mandatory for attending school. Many government employees, including at the state and local levels will also be required. Military, police, firefighters, etc. as well. Want a passport? Want to fly? Go on a cruise? Many companies will require their employees their employees get the jab.

It won't be everywhere all at once. Many who don't want the shot will cave in due to peer pressure, to keep their job, or some other compelling reason. Over time I think the majority will get the vaccine.

For those who do not? I believe it will be very difficult times ahead.
 

Handsome Creepy Eel

Owl
Gold Member
Biden also took money from China, but like Trudeau he's also incompetent. Politicians hold no real power, it's those that give them money that pull the strings. You really think billionaires want a communist regime? They'd be the first to be murdered.

They hate Trump because they can't bribe him, not because of his capitalism. All this drama with the virus, the race riots and the anti-Trump 'socialism' is just a pre-election tactic - they don't mean it, it's just another fake promise so that people will vote out Trump. The rich are still addicted to money and they still love capitalism.

I see no truth in this email other that the universal basic income, but that's already all over mainstream news.

What interests me is who fabricated that email and to what purpose. I can't stand people who deceive, they're morally corrupt to the core. Hopefully it was just a sad troll, but just maybe it might've been something more sinister. There's something real Satanic about making people fear the future, it's the most evil form of manipulation.

On the contrary, the reason the super rich want communism is that because when they know that when they appoint themselves as the top commissars of the new regime, they will be able to directly tyrannize anyone they want. Communism gives you the power to be worshipped in a cult of personality, grant life or death with the snap of your fingers, and be unaccountable to absolutely no one. This is a whole lot more satisfying than just playing around with a bunch of money and some lame super-PACs.

Jeff Bezos as the world's first prospective trillionaire can produce a bunch of SJW drivel in Washington Post, bribe some mid-level government officials, build a mansion in Hawaii, and snort pure cocaine off a row of naked prositutes. Big deal. It's the very same thing that's available to any billionaire, even to low-lives such as roided-out mid-tier sportsball players.

Jeff Bezos as the Chairman or high-ranked official of a global politburo can disappear people who make fun of his inept speeches or evil gnome-like constitution, torture women in secret dungeons, drain lakes and detonate nukes at will.

It's no contest. For the ultra rich people, communism is the ultimate power trip. If it was just about money and business, very few of them would be meddling in politics, even on the level of bribing petty bureaucrats to prevent antitrust actions against them.

For more information on what drives this type of characters, read this:
 

Beaker

Robin
On the contrary, the reason the super rich want communism is that because when they know that when they appoint themselves as the top commissars of the new regime, they will be able to directly tyrannize anyone they want. Communism gives you the power to be worshipped in a cult of personality, grant life or death with the snap of your fingers, and be unaccountable to absolutely no one. This is a whole lot more satisfying than just playing around with a bunch of money and some lame super-PACs.

Jeff Bezos as the world's first prospective trillionaire can produce a bunch of SJW drivel in Washington Post, bribe some mid-level government officials, build a mansion in Hawaii, and snort pure cocaine off a row of naked prositutes. Big deal. It's the very same thing that's available to any billionaire, even to low-lives such as roided-out mid-tier sportsball players.

Jeff Bezos as the Chairman or high-ranked official of a global politburo can disappear people who make fun of his inept speeches or evil gnome-like constitution, torture women in secret dungeons, drain lakes and detonate nukes at will.

It's no contest. For the ultra rich people, communism is the ultimate power trip. If it was just about money and business, very few of them would be meddling in politics, even on the level of bribing petty bureaucrats to prevent antitrust actions against them.

For more information on what drives this type of characters, read this:

I get your point, but it's still not easy to do that. Stalin had crocodile blood, who's going to lead today's Great Purge? I see Bezos and his friends as wealthy kulaks - they're not revolutionary. Bezos precisely advocates for SWJs because he thinks it'll save his life once the day comes, and it's also good for business.

The oligarchs never transition into tyrants, it's new blood that overthrows the old. This is how it's always been.
 

LeoniusD

Pelican
So much of that email is the beginning of their wet dream, nothing gets them to shoot their goo like total control of the 'useless eaters'. If the coronahoax gets blown open, and its starting to, they will not be able to pull the wool over the eyes of the world again without extreme changes. This is a big gambit on behalf of the pawns of the NWO, the leaders themselves likely have war as a backup option in case this fails, but I wouldn't put it past them to kill off their underlings who fail in this attempt, and some other power-hungry servant of darkness tries to prove his worth. So far the only problem is that people are complying too much with every half-baked rule and condition that gets hoisted upon them, not enough are saying "no". They media drove that wedge greatly in pre-existing divides by engaging brown people, socialists, and lefties to be a pro-mask type of people (except when peacefully protesting) while the evil whites are the ones spreading disease by not wearing their masks. I think the Trump skit may have been purported to break this hold over the fear of the coronahoax, but we will see.

I think that this is misguided optimism. All you need to have is enough believers while having the full power of the state behind it all. The media and the politicians just never have to break face with the lie. Their paid-for experts also have to keep on lying. That will be enough to convince a large part of the population in order to tell on you, denounce your actions as grandmakilling callousness or call you a mass murderer. Many hysterical women and TV-indoctrinated people will happily go into the gulag if told to do so.

The next question is what the police and military will do? They may have doubts there, but ultimately the people who pay their wages in times of record unemployment will have the advantage - especially since all authority will also continue with the same lies. Similar to how things went in all dictatorships - as long as order prevailed and as long as wages got paid, then they were always upholding either Stalin, Hitler etc. Only for the most gruesome murderous tasks was it usually necessary to select some sadistic individuals - something that is frankly no problem since you can always find people who are closer to thugs.

My point is that only 20% could continue to believe in the propaganda, but near 100% will keep on obeying.
 

ralfy

Robin
Similar happened in 1918-1920. Given that, the dystopian nightmare may occur after the pandemic, but involving fallout from that coupled with other global crises.
 

Johnny Rico

Woodpecker
You can buy a used Promaster van for 15k. Convert it into a pretty awesome living space for another 6-7k. All you need is a river to live by and you can be done with all this.

Might need a "Van Down by the River" thread soon.
 

Bird

Pelican
IMF planning: lower credit rating when visiting certain websites

According to the International Monetary Fund, in the future online behavior, rather than income and employment status, will be the deciding factor in lending: Which websites are visited? What social media contacts does a person have? What was purchased online?


New types of information

The most transformative information innovation is the increase in use of new types of data coming from the digital footprint of customers’ various online activities—mainly for credit-worthiness analysis.

Credit scoring using so-called hard information (income, employment time, assets and debts) is nothing new. Typically, the more data is available, the more accurate is the assessment. But this method has two problems. First, hard information tends to be “procyclical”: it boosts credit expansion in good times but exacerbates contraction during downturns.

The second and most complex problem is that certain kinds of people, like new entrepreneurs, innovators and many informal workers might not have enough hard data available. Even a well-paid expatriate moving to the United States can be caught in the conundrum of not getting a credit card for lack of credit record, and not having a credit record for lack of credit cards.

Fintech resolves the dilemma by tapping various nonfinancial data: the type of browser and hardware used to access the internet, the history of online searches and purchases. Recent research documents that, once powered by artificial intelligence and machine learning, these alternative data sources are often superior than traditional credit assessment methods, and can advance financial inclusion, by, for example, enabling more credit to informal workers and households and firms in rural areas.

New communication channels

Communication innovation is driven by the variety of digital platforms in social media, mobile communication, and online shopping that have penetrated much of consumers’ everyday lives, thus increasing their digital footprint and the available data. Platforms like Amazon, Facebook or Alibaba incorporate more and more financial services into their ecosystems, enabling the rise of new specialized providers that compete with banks in payments, asset management, and financial information provision.

Full article
 

RomikJan

Robin
Orthodox
Starting to hate my job more and more. Im lucky enough to be a small business owner and while we should be thankful it hasn taken us under , it doesn't get any better. I used to be a workaholic and love what I do, used to have pride and take my time to do the best job that I can do. Now I dred waking up, i hate going to see my customers, i hate going to their house, i hate having normie conversations with them. I do Audio Video and Networks in homes and businesses so we got lot of work this year. People are terrified of the virus but not terrified enough to get new TV, or put in surround sound. I used to absolutely love this stuff, I would wake up and feel like kid in candy store, all excited about setting up someones new theater or whatever. My love has deteriorated , my passion for it is dying. Not really complaining guess more of just venting, I know others have it way worse and have to muzzle all day, or some lost their businesses. Its hard to really explain it, i feel like its not my business anymore , and that im not the owner anymore. It feels like a mob has came in and put a gun to my head and said your going to keep going and we want 50% cut otherwise you might have trouble. I used to walk up right, as strong business owner, now my shoulder slouch and if you look close enough maybe youll see the imaginary puppet strings going off from every part of my body, and youll see a big oligarch controlling the strings and laughing.

I used to look for an extra thing I can do while im at clients home to make something else work better or recommend something here and there. Now I want to leave asap.

The convos these normies get into with you at their house , I just have to nod and say uh huh, because I feel like if I tell them my opinion theyll blast this business online and thatll be the end of us.

I got multiple calls this year asking if ill come over to hang a tv or setup new network and if i have full hazmat suit I can wear while doing it.

While I am thankful to continue being able to provide for my family and employees, its just so depressing.

When you start a business noone looks for the hardest most difficult business, they find something they love and figure this would be okay to do and their confident and comfortable with it. Under all these new guidelines and rules being business owner suddenly is like the biggest punishment in the world.

Tried to make this post not sound like im complaining too much, i do realize were lucky and it could be worse. Just wanted to share some venting, insights and frustrations. Hope this post doesnt get anyone thats actually lost their business this year upset. I get it at least i still have my business, but it's getting harder and harder to run it everyday.
 

Pelagius

Robin
Starting to hate my job more and more. Im lucky enough to be a small business owner and while we should be thankful it hasn taken us under , it doesn't get any better. I used to be a workaholic and love what I do, used to have pride and take my time to do the best job that I can do. Now I dred waking up, i hate going to see my customers, i hate going to their house, i hate having normie conversations with them. I do Audio Video and Networks in homes and businesses so we got lot of work this year. People are terrified of the virus but not terrified enough to get new TV, or put in surround sound. I used to absolutely love this stuff, I would wake up and feel like kid in candy store, all excited about setting up someones new theater or whatever. My love has deteriorated , my passion for it is dying. Not really complaining guess more of just venting, I know others have it way worse and have to muzzle all day, or some lost their businesses. Its hard to really explain it, i feel like its not my business anymore , and that im not the owner anymore. It feels like a mob has came in and put a gun to my head and said your going to keep going and we want 50% cut otherwise you might have trouble. I used to walk up right, as strong business owner, now my shoulder slouch and if you look close enough maybe youll see the imaginary puppet strings going off from every part of my body, and youll see a big oligarch controlling the strings and laughing.

I used to look for an extra thing I can do while im at clients home to make something else work better or recommend something here and there. Now I want to leave asap.

The convos these normies get into with you at their house , I just have to nod and say uh huh, because I feel like if I tell them my opinion theyll blast this business online and thatll be the end of us.

I got multiple calls this year asking if ill come over to hang a tv or setup new network and if i have full hazmat suit I can wear while doing it.

While I am thankful to continue being able to provide for my family and employees, its just so depressing.

When you start a business noone looks for the hardest most difficult business, they find something they love and figure this would be okay to do and their confident and comfortable with it. Under all these new guidelines and rules being business owner suddenly is like the biggest punishment in the world.

Tried to make this post not sound like im complaining too much, i do realize were lucky and it could be worse. Just wanted to share some venting, insights and frustrations. Hope this post doesnt get anyone thats actually lost their business this year upset. I get it at least i still have my business, but it's getting harder and harder to run it everyday.
We all need somewhere we can vent.

If the plan really is to destroy all Small & Medium businesses then they want you to feel exactly like this. If they cannot completely destroy your business economically then they want you to feel despair and to consider if you really want to carry on with it all.

But we still live in a free market society and people are still buying stuff they want, not stuff they need - so I think the best way to get back at the system is to do everything to make 2021 your most economically successful year.

That's my aim anyway, keeps me going through these dark winter nights.
 

Bird

Pelican

Real estate group in Las Vegas launches fully autonomous security robot


VIDEO

A new spin to security. The Westland Real Estate Group has launched a fully autonomous security robot at its Liberty Village Apartments in northeast Last Vegas.

The security robot is the first in the world to be used in a multi-family residence in an effort to improve the safety and security of residents.

The security robot monitors the property through video and thermal-imaging cameras.

Apartment Manager Carmen Batiz says it has many features to enhance security.

"Besides patrolling, it also has a couple of features. Where there is an emergency on the property it has a button where the residents can click on it and it will automatically trigger for our security," Batiz said.

Batiz says she's seen improvements in security and plans to bring in more security robots.

www.ktnv.com/news/westland-real-estate-group-launches-fully-autonomous-security-robot
 

MichaelWitcoff

Hummingbird
Orthodox

Real estate group in Las Vegas launches fully autonomous security robot


VIDEO

A new spin to security. The Westland Real Estate Group has launched a fully autonomous security robot at its Liberty Village Apartments in northeast Last Vegas.

The security robot is the first in the world to be used in a multi-family residence in an effort to improve the safety and security of residents.

The security robot monitors the property through video and thermal-imaging cameras.

Apartment Manager Carmen Batiz says it has many features to enhance security.

"Besides patrolling, it also has a couple of features. Where there is an emergency on the property it has a button where the residents can click on it and it will automatically trigger for our security," Batiz said.

Batiz says she's seen improvements in security and plans to bring in more security robots.

www.ktnv.com/news/westland-real-estate-group-launches-fully-autonomous-security-robot

Just throw a trash bag over it.
 
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