"The Great Reset" plan by the World Economic Forum

aynrus

Pelican
Frankly, I'm not afraid of anything they throw. Anything short of being hauled to a concentration camp and gas chamber. Everything else can have a workaround. Even war... might be fun...like they say in Russia war is bad for some but a dear home for others. I've seen people living in USSR being a lot happier than most in US and Europe now, and they literally owned little, well, almost nothing, but lived better. It's about what you make of whatever life throws at you. Eating insects? I ate some wild mushrooms with definitely insects inside them just the other day, I guess this is a start. If the stuff is well cooked, it ain't bad...

I follow some blogs of Russians illegally living in the EU, literally banned from most of the society already, before any hoax passports, they got no identity documents, not even Russian papers anymore - and their ingenuity and finding work arounds the system are something to behold. During my lifetime, I hope there still be enough chance to hide in a remote village, since I planned to do that anyway, before the hoax started. It really was already all ripe for fascism way before, for years. Closing the eyes on that and pretending it's not there was impossible for a long time. I was getting banned and excuded from American society for a while too, anyway - because I speak out, fight for my rights and dont keep my mouth shut. This is highly against the grain in modern day America. Hoax passport would be just an extra cherry on that cake.

I'm glad I had an interesting life full of travel in the US (on my last big goodbye trip now, may be I bought this right to free life from I rebelled against USSR back decades ago and didnt hide at home in fear like 99.99% did), but everything good comes to an end. Some people dropped out of society into the remote villages back when USSR collapsed and had a good life. I took a different route and went into the heart of modern Western civilization. Sometimes I wonder if it was a mistake, but otherwise I wouldn't have money for all the travel that I did, so no regrets.
Whatever these clowns might throw should be worked around. And then, humans dont live forever so eventually I wont have to witness the circus and the "progress" anymore - here's some good in lifespan on earth being limited. I really watch what's happening with mild amusement at this point, think I'm going to start laughing at the circus soon.
 
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Easy_C

Peacock
Frankly, I'm not afraid of anything they throw. Anything short of being hauled to a concentration camp and gas chamber. Everything else can have a workaround. Even war... might be fun...like they say in Russia war is bad for some but a dear home for others. I've seen people living in USSR being a lot happier than most in US and Europe now, and they literally owned little, well, almost nothing but lived better. It's about what you make of whatever life throws at you. Eating insects? I ate some wild mushrooms with definitely insects inside them just the other day, I guess this is a start. If the stuff is well cooked, it ain't bad...

To quote an old mentor of mine (old enough to remember World War 2), speaking in a heavy german accent:

"I spent four years in Vietnam! It was ze best time of my life!"
 

aynrus

Pelican
To quote an old mentor of mine (old enough to remember World War 2), speaking in a heavy german accent:

"I spent four years in Vietnam! It was ze best time of my life!"
This reminds me of a quote from an older movie, forgot the name...the guy talks about eating a rat: "It's all about the sauce".
 

Coja Petrus Uscan

Hummingbird
Gold Member
Steven Pinker has always been a garbage midwit "public intellectual." Just the kind of pompom-waving airhead cheerleader for perpetual "progress" the elites love. The sort of moron whose only message is the past was awful but life is always getting better and better thanks to science, technology and "progressive" thought, and the techno-utopic future will be brighter and rosier than ever. You can bet he's fully on board with Agenda 21 and the Great Reset.


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Roosh

Cardinal
Orthodox
Ah yes, Jeffrey Epstein's friend.
If they have blackmail on him, I imagine he is forced to push any agenda in the name of "science."
 

the high

Kingfisher
Back in 2018 China. How long before this will land here? Funny though how the dude calls this ''dystopic'' whereas it seems like a walk in the park compared to what we've witnessed last 1.5 yr, although without a formal social credit system.

Been saying for years now, China has been deliberately elevated by the globalists as the prototypical country for the rest of the world to follow. But the pro-China guys who see them as some sort of hedge against globohomo always refuse to acknowledge it.
 

MRAll134

Pelican
What do we learn from this? 1. people don't want to think, 2. when one is a slave one does not have to think, hence being a slave is desirable.
I just finished Aldous Huxley's "A Brave New World Revisited." A few quotes, near the end of the book, on freedom:

"Under a scientific dictator education will really work - with the result that most men and women will grow up to love their servitude and will never dream of revolution" Basically, future generations will not even strive for freedom.

"If the bread is supplied regularly and copiously three times a day, many of them will be perfectly content to live by bread alone - or at least by bread and circuses alone." Summed up, with the means of survival acquired and entertainment available on every screen, most people will give up their freedom, willingly (or ignorantly).

A final quote, with a bit of optimism: "...without freedom, human beings cannot become fully human and their freedom is therefore supremely valuable." So, maturity is acquired with the struggle towards freedom, not servitude, or the relinquishment of freedoms.

This last quote ends the book with a bit of an up-side. The rest is somewhat pessimistic regarding over-population and over-organization.
 

chestmilk

Chicken
Back in 2018 China. How long before this will land here? Funny though how the dude calls this ''dystopic'' whereas it seems like a walk in the park compared to what we've witnessed last 1.5 yr, although without a formal social credit system.

Oh it probably already exists in America. Let's look at separate sources of info they can easily combine:

-Financial credit score and credit history
-Criminal record & civil court record
-Medical records / prescriptions
-Govt employee records + military evaluations
-Firearm registration
-Air/train/etc travel history
-School grades
-Web browsing history
-Shopping history. Not only online but also if you sign up for and use the AC Nielsen shopper discounts via your phone number or a barcode card on your key ring
-Voting history
-Address history
-Tax returns - charitable donations, etc
-Social media / forum activity they can scrape off bots
-Social media activity from the "extremist" reporting they're now encouraging from other citizens
-New record! - Field notes from the 'clot shot' home visits. Yay data! Can be parsed into 'cooperative', 'potential threat', etc

The filth already has a good starting point. In a moral society most of these could standalone for isolated practical purpose and not be abused (ie - I say 'many' and not 'all' because not suggesting any practical uses of your browsing history being analyzed), but we know that's far from the truth. I'm sure the data is already being fused together to create a single score plus flags based on correlations - ie linking gun registrations to conservative message boards, even more so if you've committed 'wrongthink'. In seminary or are a Catholic Priest and you're buying porn or condoms? As this progresses further you may become a target for blackmail if you piss them off.

As people gain more acceptance of government control and censorship, they can finally reveal it and openly take more actions in response to private data they don't like. Most of the population won't ask why is the government analyzing people's lives continuously with AI/big data without using warrants because "it's for our own good"
 

Kiwi

Pigeon
I recently watched this classic video for the first time. Amazing how on point this is now.

I assume many have probably seen it. If not, deals mainly with the issue of Income Tax, Federal Reserve and the law, but moves more generally into the loss of freedom in America as the video progresses.

 

Viktor Zeegelaar

Pelican
Orthodox Inquirer
I just finished Aldous Huxley's "A Brave New World Revisited." A few quotes, near the end of the book, on freedom:

"Under a scientific dictator education will really work - with the result that most men and women will grow up to love their servitude and will never dream of revolution" Basically, future generations will not even strive for freedom.

"If the bread is supplied regularly and copiously three times a day, many of them will be perfectly content to live by bread alone - or at least by bread and circuses alone." Summed up, with the means of survival acquired and entertainment available on every screen, most people will give up their freedom, willingly (or ignorantly).

A final quote, with a bit of optimism: "...without freedom, human beings cannot become fully human and their freedom is therefore supremely valuable." So, maturity is acquired with the struggle towards freedom, not servitude, or the relinquishment of freedoms.

This last quote ends the book with a bit of an up-side. The rest is somewhat pessimistic regarding over-population and over-organization.
Yeah fun fact is that Aldous Huxley was an insider, his brother Julian Huxley being the director of UNESCO writing the UN philosophy with much emphasis on depop. So yeah it's presented as fiction, but it's basically the blueprint for the future that we see being realized now. Surely they're going to controlled procreation and stuff like that, we already see testtube babies. So Huxley definitely isn't a ''good guy'' with a broad fantasy. It is also interesting to view the family ties of these people, e.g. Thomas Huxley the bulldog of Darwin. Usually these people are all interconnected and depop/darwinism/technocracy/control are red lines that bind them.
 

Viktor Zeegelaar

Pelican
Orthodox Inquirer
Wow this is big. I just got a push message from a news site that globally there have been massive website outages today with major disrupting effects. They're practicing their global outage system right now, there's no other way.

Much of the internet has stopped working amid a widespread outage across different apps and websites.

Airlines including Delta, online stores such as Amazon, games including Call of Duty, streaming services such as HBO Max and a range of banks were unavailable, according to tracking website Down Detector.


 
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