As I’m laying here bedridden with my first flu since 2019, I’m seriously wondering whether people would be keen on Klaus Schwab’s great reset or not.
It’s an absolute valid question when one takes human behaviour, and historical events into account.
Word by word it is spelled out to anyone paying attention what the World Economic Forum envisions for the future, not just for one demographic, but for all of humanity.
They seek to enforce their vision upon everybody in one way or another, and especially by controlling whatever narratives. In other words: they need to find a way to market their plan, and to sell it with gusto.
My gut reaction (or assumption) is that most people will violently resist but… and that is a very big but… a great number of people are quite happy to publicly, and officially hate on whistleblowers, who get into a tremendous amount of trouble in their quest to “warn the masses.”
The propaganda machine is hard at work, and (as it turns out) marvellously effective. It’s not even “good taste,” or reasonable, to lash out at people for acting as they do.
Hardly anyone took advantage of “Schengen” when this first came into effect. Most people made a conscious decision to stay in their respective territories. When I look at the anger simmering all over Europe in regards to “mass-migration,” then it appears that this anger is directed at everyone who is not a part of whatever host/native nation. Skin colour, or religion is not really the provocative factor. It is anyone who walks past you in your homeland speaking a foreign language. It is any foreigner who appears to be thriving in a host country at the expense of the natives.
The “European spirit,” appears to be one enjoyed by the Middle Class, academics, people of the corporate world, expats, artists… you get the picture. So even speaking of “Europe” or “The West,” or the “NATO Sphere,” will be “alien language” to the vast majority who are equally infuriated by the presence of an African as they are by a Romanian in their midst.
Quite interesting. My observations of “policy-uniformity” all across the “NATO Sphere” is spot on. It is a uniformity that is observed by our official enemies, and that the people at the top are well aware of but that is lost on the general populace. So why is this?
It’s the machinations and workings of the State apparatus, and the relationship that a static population will have with this system. It’s the power of the TV and Nationalised broadcasting. This is why State Systems hate nomadic people, because it’s hard to sell a narrative to people who are constantly on the move. Yet a nomadic lifestyle is the most natural lifestyle for humans, as you move in rhythm with the planet and the natural world. Even if your default preference is being a member of a “static farming society,” you will move with your entire community if your survival depends on it.
In fact “static communities” are anchored in Nationalism more than anything else. The behaviour of the vast majority in Europe, while free movement has been available to all, is aligned with Nationalism and an in-group preference rather than conscious Fascism. Those who decided to take advantage of Schengen, people such as my parents, were different in that they weren’t afraid of integrating themselves into other Nations. What’s interesting to note is that usual “let’s go abroad behaviour” consists largely of “moving with one’s Nation.” So you are now leaving your original territory, your headquarters if you wish, only to expand or change the territorial claims of your Nation. You will automatically change your host territory, and chances are high that you will not bother to learn the local language or customs, as you are basically “just moving your borders.” This can take many interesting forms indeed.
What’s unnatural is a post-industrial construct where humans are nothing but cogs, where community has been eroded, and where people naturally degenerate as a side-effect. Not only that, but this lifestyle is so unnatural that you have to drug the population and hand out the one psychiatric diagnosis after the other in order to “make it work.” Yes. You have to force people into this construct, by all means. Sky rocketing suicide rates and people being chronically depressed is just “collateral damage” I take it?
People who “lose the plot” and engage in a “mass-shooting” is like the ultimate manifestation of human despair, much like mass suicides. Yet we are supposed to just carry on and pretend like nothing, besides engaging in “sanctified rage, and hate.” “Here is a politically correct enemy. You can hate on this person. You are “allowed” to throw all your frustrations in “that specific direction.” This is the official enemy! You can hate these people! That’s perfectly ok!”
The system high-jacks normal human emotions, and try to direct them in a direction that they can control. It’s an unbelievable phenomenon to observe, and a phenomenon that can only work within a vacuum. Hence why the establishment are so mortified by information flowing freely on the internet.
To be honest; the great industrial revolution is over, and this need to hoard people like cattle into cities has died with the digital revolution. One would think that The World Economic Forum, who officially speak of sustainability, would be keen on pushing people out into the countryside. With our modern technology there is no longer a need for people to live on top of each other in mega cities. There is no need for the “15 minutes smart city.” We are indeed in the middle of the “4th industrial revolution,” but it is bizarre to advocate and think that increased “containment” is the solution. Especially if one is truly concerned with “sustainability.”
Village life, or a nomadic life, in combination with technology is the natural path ahead. Not only is it a natural path, it’s a much easier and pleasant path to sell. You can create compelling content advocating your enjoyable and sustainable lifestyle, anchored in a local real-life community, in addition to a global community, with all of it fuelled and enabled by technology. What’s not to like? It’s amazing.
You can be a vegan-farmer with a farm-shop while simultaneously being an online content creator. You can live out in the forrest while having an online brand. You can travel the world and be a “global-nomad,” while making money from coaching people online. This sounds pretty cool in my opinion. Yet what we are currently seeing is the establishment forcefully closing down farms, because they are trying to force even more people into a totally fake lifestyle. What a peculiar endeavour. 🤔
I myself bumped into an annoying issue with my Google account recently as I tried to launch a new product. It turns out that moving in between countries and changing one’s address is a problem within the Google system. Considering how truly global the internet and our digital tools are I was left quite gobsmacked at the “real-life-borders” within the digital system. 🤔
I just assumed that Google would be “border-fluid.” As it turns out I now need help from customer support to deal with this issue. A ridiculous problem in my humble opinion. Why on earth would borders matter at all on anything related to the internet? In fact if you make your money online, then a conclusion can be drawn that the most important relationship that you have is the one that you have with whatever social media platform or digital structure. The confines of the Nation State becomes a bizarre barrier to bump into, because you are operating online in a universe where borders are obsolete.
Nations = borders. Regardless of where your nation may decide to go. This means that the borders of an actual Nation are fluid. They expand and they contract depending on population numbers, and whether you are able to hold whatever territory that your Nation occupies. But the State??? Yeah where does that fit in? That’s a good question.
So a conclusion can be reached that the State apparatus is desperately trying to stay relevant, in an age where it has become obsolete, and that the only claim to relevance is to be “a district” within a global digital infrastructure. Meaning that you bump into a digital border as you try to deal with Google, or that a digital ID is created not to enable natural freedom but to restrict people further. It’s ridiculous.
Systems come and go. It’s an organic process. Civilisations also come and go, because like the human lifecycle it is also an organic process. We now stand face to face with incredible potential where humanity can achieve greater freedom than ever before, and the solution of the establishment is to … walk backwards…
I strongly believe that an ideal future is the merger of village life with technology, or a nomadic lifestyle fuelled by technology. This is sustainable, it will be natural, it will make people happy, and a digital infrastructure will replace the State apparatus. You’ll be paying taxes to Meta or Google (or whatever equivalent), or maybe partial taxes to them and whatever local real-world tribal-leaders. There will be 2 systems, not just one. You changing your address will not be a problem online, as you’ll be dealing with a fluid system, that will enable a fluid lifestyle. In fact; within this system you won’t need an official address. You will still have your Nation, and the borders will be defined by the activities of your Nation. Your membership in whatever Nation will be up for debate, and the verdict will rest on local tribal leaders. A dual system is possible, and it sounds way more aligned with the times, the natural world, and reality itself.
Is this the future however? Probably not. But it sounds way more pleasant and logical than what Klaus Schwab and his buddies are advocating.