"The Great Reset" plan by the World Economic Forum

kingtufti

Sparrow
I had a flight booked to the UK on 31.10...

Might have a re-think...


INCOMIIIING!!!))

This BS is genius... way to unsettle the masses...

There's a solar flare hurtling towards earth and it just might disrupt everything in your very corner of the globe... or not...

Have a nice day!))
 
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El Draque

Kingfisher
Orthodox
I had a flight booked to the UK on 31.10...

Might have a re-think...


Cant help but notice how the allegedly right wing (or at least used to be) Express has a byline directly incorporated into its logo that "Black History Is Our History".

How very Tavistockian.
 
Want to see a reset speed up greatly? Turn the power off for a week or two. And watch real trouble take off! Seriously, even 5 days watch what would happen. Anyways thats what i’m waiting for as the next big thing. Be it EMP or cyber! If even half the country lost power for a week or two the ripple effect would be catastrophic. I just see this as the next big (911) event. Or a city in the usa absorbs a nuke.

When there’s no water toilets don’t flush stores are cleared in a few days(and by cleared i mean cleared) without power. Hell is unleashed, they know this.

Yes indeed.

See the World Economic Forum's Cyber Polygon drills.

They have been wargaming a shutdown of internet, cell phones and power for a few years now, just like how they war-gamed Covid-19 with Event 201 and other exercises.

In Klaus Schwab's own words, "A comprehensive cyber-attack will make Covid-19 look like a minor disturbance."
 

Papaya

Peacock
Gold Member
I had a flight booked to the UK on 31.10...

Might have a re-think...


INCOMIIIING!!!))

This BS is genius... way to unsettle the masses...

There's a solar flare hurtling towards earth and it just might disrupt everything in your very corner of the globe... or not...

Have a nice day!))
One off fear porn articles are nothing new. When you see legacy media chirping about something in unison thats when you need to pay attention

Nothing burger
 

Brebelle3

Robin
Orthodox Inquirer
At (1h 3m) this video packs a whole lot of information that if as many people as possible were to watch. I believe it would change the whole conversation we would be having about a number of topics.

Many people post excellent videos, links, papers, etc. on this forum, but...

This video, that I believe was posted somewhere in the forum recently, is the best proof that I've ever seen seen as to the state of the world in which we live.

Brothers, I would really encourage you to take an hour and watch this video. It's undeniable and has given me so much understanding about where we're at and what's coming. It's sobering, and for me, took all anxiety away.

It strengthened my faith in our God, because that's the only answer. We all knew this world was fallen.
 
Most people I see going down these paths, especially transgenders they go down to hell. They absolutely destroy their health. So yes in your mind you can be anything you want but reality reflects otherwise. Reality is always waiting for you. It is patient. There are rules to it and if you ignore them you will be punished. You know this of course but it is funny that people in these groups ignore it. Then again. People who love videogames tend to have a preference for alternate realities, fantasy and escapism.

I was a hardcore gamer and never understood how "gay" the gaming scene became in the last 10-15 years. Then I understood what type of people gamers are. It also made quitting videogames and not associating with it easier.


What I see with is sick people getting sicker going down that path. In 10 years they are all going to be severely (reality-breaking) mentally ill. To the point they will not be able to function anymore. So in a way there is no danger to this group at all. The only danger is that your children will go down this road.

Most of all entertainment is subverted by now. And will have similar effects nowadays.
 
At (1h 3m) this video packs a whole lot of information that if as many people as possible were to watch. I believe it would change the whole conversation we would be having about a number of topics.

This video mentions a lot of truth, but spins it towards the end, so that you can stay in the matrix. Selling JFK, Julian Assange as heroes. Sells Epstein island story as true. Trump, QAnon as heroes. If you don't swallow the mainstream lies, we'll sell you the non-mainstream lies.

Nevertheless, great video.
 

sarmaticus

Sparrow
Orthodox
This video mentions a lot of truth, but spins it towards the end, so that you can stay in the matrix. Selling JFK, Julian Assange as heroes. Sells Epstein island story as true. Trump, QAnon as heroes. If you don't swallow the mainstream lies, we'll sell you the non-mainstream lies.

Nevertheless, great video.
In no way a perfect video but it serves as a good staged approach for the normies towards the truth. Spoon fed, step by step.
 

Belgrano

Ostrich
Gold Member
The first pods are here:

Two doors, few windows and 4,500 students: Architect quits over billionaire’s mega dorm

Billionaire investor Charlie Munger doesn’t mind some shade.

Munger, vice chairman at Berkshire Hathaway, has donated hundreds of millions of dollars to universities and high schools to build school facilities he designed himself. But the amateur architect’s latest idea for a mostly windowless mega-dorm to be built on the University of California at Santa Barbara campus faced objection this week when a university architectural consultant quit, calling the plan “unsupportable from my perspective as an architect, a parent, and a human being.”

Dennis McFadden, a Los Angeles architect and member of the university’s design review committee of 15 years, wrote in his resignation letter that he was “disturbed” by the 11-story, 1.68 million-square-foot building with just two entrances. The massive dorm would house 4,500 students, 94% of whom would not have windows in their compact single-occupancy bedrooms. McFadden called the dorm the “wrong answer” to the need for more housing ― raising the question of how much authority wealthy donors have when it comes to planning the buildings their names are etched on.

“As the ‘vision’ of a single donor, the building is a social and psychological experiment with an unknown impact on the lives and personal development of the undergraduates the university serves,” McFadden wrote in the letter, first reported by student-run newspaper the Daily Nexus and community outlet the Santa Barbara Independent.

Munger, who has no formal architecture training, says he’s unfazed by McFadden’s objections, telling The Washington Post that “this is not some crazy idea.” He said his plan has been in the works for years and compared virtual windows that would simulate sunlight in the dorm rooms to those in Disney cruise staterooms. The $1.5 billion project, of which Munger is contributing $200 million, will proceed despite McFadden’s letter, a university spokeswoman said.

“We are delighted to be moving forward with this transformational project that directly addresses the campus’s great need for more student housing,” Andrea Estrada wrote in a statement to The Post.

“We are grateful for Mr. McFadden’s contributions and insights during his tenure as an advisory consultant,” Estrada added. “We believe that it is a valuable part of our process to consider multiple design perspectives, which is why we ask several external consultants to assist with our project reviews.”

Munger, the 97-year-old business partner of Warren Buffett, has previously called conventional architecture “massively stupid,” earning him little favor among professionals.

“Architects don’t love me,” he told the Wall Street Journal in 2019. “Either I change architects, or he does it my way.” Munger said he approaches designing buildings as he would investing: with extreme rationalism. After years of hearing family members complain about sharing bedrooms in communal college dorms, Munger realized it was possible to give people their own sleeping space by sacrificing the rooms’ natural light. “I was bound by the conventions when I realized how stupid it was,” he said. “Naturally, I was sort of ashamed taking so long to reach such an obvious conclusion.”

On Friday, following backlash over the design, Munger told The Post that his buildings have been successful on campuses including Stanford and the University of Michigan.

“On any big project, you can’t get any two architects to agree on anything,” he said. “There’s always going to be some criticism.” The University of Michigan facility was also designed to increase density by largely eschewing windows. In 2013, he donated $110 million to build a dorm for graduate students, a building originally set for 300 residents that he conceived as a space for 600. “I was just there last month and the students are absolutely in orbit,” he said. “They love the place, and the university loves having it.” Munger rejected McFadden’s claim that the plan had little input, saying he has spent years on the project with architectural firms.

“I’m not anti-architecture,” he said. “I just love it in a different way.” His idea has earned the praise of school officials. UC-Santa Barbara Chancellor Henry T. Yang called Munger’s design “inspired and revolutionary.”

But McFadden opposed the suggestion, resigning following the presentation of the plan at an Oct. 5 design review committee meeting.
PowerPoint slides of the plan, called “Charlie’s Vision,” tout study spaces, dining options, a theater and other amenities. During the meeting, Navy Banvard, the architect for Munger Hall, told the committee members that the bedrooms will have “virtual windows that simulate daylight,” the Daily Nexus reported.

McFadden wrote that “an ample body of documented evidence shows that interior environments with access to natural light, air and views to nature improve both the physical and mental wellbeing of occupants.” “The Munger Hall design ignores this evidence and seems to take the position that it doesn’t matter,” he added.


Some builders have cut out windows with the goal of enhancing workplace productivity or heightening security, but architects who favor the light they provide argue windows are necessary for sustainability and comfort.

McFadden also raised concerns that the building would look “out of place” in its surroundings on the waterfront campus and reach an unprecedented density. The dorm would qualify as the eighth densest neighborhood on the planet, falling just short of Dhaka, Bangladesh, according to McFadden.

“The project is essentially the student life portion of a mid-sized university campus in a box,” he wrote. McFadden told The Post that others on the committee raised the same concerns during the meeting. He said he wasn’t sure how his resignation letter appeared on the Internet and declined to answer other questions about the review process for the dorm’s plan. In his letter, he wrote that it was apparent the expert committee was viewed as a “mere formality” and that approval or input was not required for the design “described as 100% complete.”

“Yet in the 15 years I served as a consulting architect to the DRC, no project was brought before the committee that is larger, more transformational and potentially more destructive to the campus as a place than Munger Hall,” he wrote. “This is the very project the committee exists to consider.”

Carla Yanni, an architectural history professor at Rutgers University, emphasized the importance of consulting students, architects and student services staff to design a dorm that considers the residents’ needs and surroundings. She described how her university has built full-scale models of housing for students to test before construction begins. Dorms should be planned in a way that encourages students to mingle and collaborate, said Yanni, the author of “Living on Campus: An Architectural History of the American Dormitory.”

But, she said, this manifestation of that idea doesn’t acknowledge the spate of social science research explaining the consequences of such a windowless design. “The arrogance of the proposal is breathtaking,” Yanni said.

Why is Munger insisting that those 4500 rooms should have no window and no natural light? You'd think he's rich enough to generously add some windows to this building. And why is he designing buildings in the first place, he's not an architect. From another article:

"Munger, the 97-year-old vice chairman of Warren Buffet's Berkshire Hathaway, donated $200 million to UCSB to fund the dorms, with the caveat that his designs are followed. He wanted the dorm rooms to be tiny and windowless to encourage residents to spend more time outside in the common areas, meeting other students."

That's not a dorm, that's a bunker.

"UCSB's campus is located on cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean and has its own beach. Its beachfront location is an integral part of campus culture and identity — and Munger Hall doesn't reflect this, McFadden claimed. "

So despite the building being at the coast, overlooking the ocean, students won't be able to enjoy the view. Of course the university is loving it, more rooms equals more students equals more revenue. This is not education, this is factory farming. I think the architect is right, this has to be some kind of social or psychological experiment.

"Each residential floor would have eight "houses," each holding 63 students. There are eight suites in each house, and every suite has eight single-occupancy beds — window not included -- as well two bathrooms and a common space."

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"McFadden wrote in the letter that the population density of Munger Hall would be slightly lower than a portion of Dhaka, Bangladesh, one of the most densely populated cities in the world. There are only two points of entry and exit. "The project is essentially the student life portion of a mid-sized university campus in a box," McFadden wrote. "Munger Hall is an experiment in size and density with no precedent in student housing at that scale."

It reminds me a bit of John Calhoun and his "rat utopia".

calhounj.jpg


Calhouns design is even somewhat similar to Munger's plan:

"Even the rooftop courtyard... looks inward and may as well be on the ground in the desert as on the eleventh floor on the coast of California," McFadden wrote."

Coincidence?
 
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droughtmeat

Woodpecker

Bannic

Sparrow
The first pods are here:

Two doors, few windows and 4,500 students: Architect quits over billionaire’s mega dorm



Why is Munger insisting that those 4500 rooms should have no window and no natural light? You'd think he's rich enough to generously add some windows to this building. And why is he designing buildings in the first place, he's not an architect. From another article:

"Munger, the 97-year-old vice chairman of Warren Buffet's Berkshire Hathaway, donated $200 million to UCSB to fund the dorms, with the caveat that his designs are followed. He wanted the dorm rooms to be tiny and windowless to encourage residents to spend more time outside in the common areas, meeting other students."

That's not a dorm, that's a bunker.

"UCSB's campus is located on cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean and has its own beach. Its beachfront location is an integral part of campus culture and identity — and Munger Hall doesn't reflect this, McFadden claimed. "

So despite the building being at the coast, overlooking the ocean, students won't be able to enjoy the view. Of course the university is loving it, more rooms equals more students equals more revenue. This is not education, this is factory farming. I think the architect is right, this has to be some kind of social or psychological experiment.

"Each residential floor would have eight "houses," each holding 63 students. There are eight suites in each house, and every suite has eight single-occupancy beds — window not included -- as well two bathrooms and a common space."

211029164724-20211029-ucsb-dorm-munger-exlarge-169.jpg


"McFadden wrote in the letter that the population density of Munger Hall would be slightly lower than a portion of Dhaka, Bangladesh, one of the most densely populated cities in the world. There are only two points of entry and exit. "The project is essentially the student life portion of a mid-sized university campus in a box," McFadden wrote. "Munger Hall is an experiment in size and density with no precedent in student housing at that scale."

It reminds me a bit of John Calhoun and his "rat utopia".

calhounj.jpg


Calhouns design is even somewhat similar to Munger's plan:

"Even the rooftop courtyard... looks inward and may as well be on the ground in the desert as on the eleventh floor on the coast of California," McFadden wrote."

Coincidence?
He should live there. As an experiment.
 

MrFreezy

Robin
It's even shown in wikipedia



According to official data, Father - Putin Vladimir Spiridonovich - Russian, and mother - Shelomova Maria Ivanovna - Jewish.

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The current Putin though looks like a doppelgänger to me.

Thanks for the post. Wanted to post it myself.

I strongly suspect myself that Putin is a member of the Tribe. And even if that thing is fake and his mom is not a Shlomo (which she is), he is at least a very jew friendly President. Before Putin who was in charge? The communist party. After Putin the Abramowitschs, the Bergs, the Fridmans and their kind.

Besides his mannerism is weirdly "unrussian". Short guy who doesnt drink alkohol and talks like Grimma the worm tongue? Sure he puts up a show hunting and fishing.... Look at Jeltzin, that was a typical russian guy. I m not a Putin hater and all my relatives in Moskva are in love with him but that foreskin went CHOP! and flying...
 

02Hero

Robin
Most of all entertainment is subverted by now. And will have similar effects nowadays.

That is why I prefer entertainment from 80s/90s. Still this new wave of videogames and entertainment made it easy for me to quit the hardcore aspect of it/being completely addicted to it. I still enjoy entertainment and even videogames but never to the point of it getting in the way.

I have noticed eventhough media was already slowly being subverted it was still classical masculine in a lot of ways as well.
 
That is why I prefer entertainment from 80s/90s. Still this new wave of videogames and entertainment made it easy for me to quit the hardcore aspect of it/being completely addicted to it. I still enjoy entertainment and even videogames but never to the point of it getting in the way.

I have noticed eventhough media was already slowly being subverted it was still classical masculine in a lot of ways as well.

Yeah. Anything with story is where they can insert said subversion. Narratives is a double edged sword after all. The other one is Gambling Mechanics to facilitate addiction like what EA is doing with FIFA Ultimate Team and Madden and their other Sports Simulations.
 

Zep

Pelican
This video mentions a lot of truth, but spins it towards the end, so that you can stay in the matrix. Selling JFK, Julian Assange as heroes. Sells Epstein island story as true. Trump, QAnon as heroes. If you don't swallow the mainstream lies, we'll sell you the non-mainstream lies.

Nevertheless, great video.
"Selling JFK, Julian Assange as heroes."

Yes

"Sells Epstein island story as true."

Yes

"Trump, QAnon as heroes."

No

coldgameboy - joined January 2021 -

I love the names you guys come up with to try to blend in. This one is slick as trying to blend in a Rap Forum as " LL Bean Bag" or " IC Cool Treat".
 
"Trump, QAnon as heroes."

No
Even though it doesn't outright come and say it, but that's the implication when Trump/QAnon are mentioned.
coldgameboy - joined January 2021 -

I love the names you guys come up with to try to blend in. This one is slick as trying to blend in a Rap Forum as " LL Bean Bag" or " IC Cool Treat".
Genius, a particular name and recently joined means I must be a fed poster. So smart, you outed me!
 
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