The Great Reset: Debunking
"You will own nothing, and you will be happy"
One of the key features of the great reset is the idea that you will rent everything, but you will actually own nothing. I can't think of a more nightmare scenario. I don't even like the idea of having to get music off the cloud without being able to download it to my computer, from Amazon or Spotify, or some other service like that. It even bothers me that when I buy a movie from Amazon, I don't actually own it. This is the direction that the world economic forum wants to take everybody in the near future. And by the near future I mean 2030.
The Davos Agenda is already underway. They are not hiding their ideas or their intentions, and they are having a webinar for the next few days. If you want to be involved in what's going on in our world, this is how you do it. Don't rely on the mainstream media to relay this information to you. Watch first hand as much as you possibly can, so that you can decide whether or not you believe these people. Because I'm going to be dismantling these ideas as best as I can, and I'm relying on free thinkers like you to do the same.
Don't let them take the world away from us it's not theirs. It's ours.
1. Is this something that we asked for? Is this something that we want? Are we voting for this? If something goes wrong how do we fix it what if they're wrong? Can we undo the Great reset? What if we don't want what they are offering? Will we be forced to comply? If not what does that say about the state of freedom for humanity, and its oppressors?
2. The dictates of the few will guide the many. This is utopian by nature and has a 100% failure rate. Every time this is tried, it is the technology of the day that it said that will make it different this time around. This is for your own good.
3. The philosophy behind the great reset is the exact same philosophy behind marxism. The idea that ownership is bad and that communal usage is the way of the future.
4. Freedom and property rights are inseparable. It was in fact the promise of ownership of intellectual property rights that made the innovations of the last few centuries possible. When men like Jefferson and Lincoln protected our intellectual property, people flocked from all over the planet to develop ideas here in America, because they knew that they would be able to profit from their own labor. Adversely, it was the labor of the people that made the wealthy elites rich throughout history but stifles innovation. This can be seen in today's communist China where all they seem to be able to do is reinvent the wheel. But you don't see innovations coming out of China because the intellectual property belongs to the government, thus stifling creativity and innovation.
5. The first thing that tyranny does throughout history is to remove property rights from the people.
6. The idea that no one will own anything is intrinsically false. Someone owns at all times. The truth is that the general masses will not own collectively, but there will be a smaller number of owners. The concentration of ownership is ultimately the concentration of power. the person who owns all of the property in all of the property rights ultimately owns all of the people as well.
7. Look at the social credit score of communist China. If you don't tow the line or you don't do exactly what the government wants you to do. They can revoke everything! Your bank accounts frozen, your social media frozen, your home, which does not belong to you, can be taken away and given to someone else. Think of everything that you own, your car, your home, everything is essentially the corner office of a corporation. You can be fired and they can move the next executive into that office by the end of the day.
8. Circular economies remove incentive from human nature. It removes the incentive for people to want to work because they will not have the goal of gain at the end of their labor. And when people don't work, the system fails. Then Force comes into play.
9. In a system in which no one owns anything, what happens to the things you already own. I have three laptops two computer monitors, two smart TVs, and a television in each of my kids' bedrooms. Not to mention my wife and I have a phone, and a tablet each. We also have a phone that doesn't work that plays music for my kids to enjoy. And that's just the screens in our house. Now apply that concept to things that you might own that have sentimental value, like your wedding ring or family heirlooms. What about gifts that your kids got you for Christmas. What about the things you got your kids for Christmas. There are no more surprises that you picked up for your wife on the way home, because if everybody can't have one, neither can she. Ownership is the thing of the past under this system. And in order for that system to come about, they will literally have to take everything that we own away from us and replace it with a new government issue version of what they think we need.
10. The need to be perpetually protected and taken care of is the worst of human nature. Derives from fear. A system in which the state takes care of all of our responsibilities, and gives us stuff, infantilizes society. This is adverse to human nature. We can see study after study of cases where people die shortly after they retire. People need a purpose, people need a reason to exist. If that purpose is taken away from them, all incentive is stripped away, and they simply cease to exist. Meaning, they will literally die without purpose. The base instinct of human nature is to explore, to build, to create, to take risks, and to seek adventure. the great resets concept of human society will strip away the base needs of human nature, causing mankind to remain perpetually infantilized, which will cause Mass mental retardation, and physical degradation. We might actually become zombies.
11. The tools that the world economic forum wants to use to bring about the great reset are the same tools that they're using to mitigate coronavirus which means lockdowns, Business closures, band public gatherings, isolation, curated media, censorship, and public welfare. Nutshell, the way to the future is to create people farms where we have no Identity or input on our own lives.
12. What will this do them to morality? What will it do to religion? Who's God's will be deemed acceptable and who's God's will be banished by the state?
13. Again, this cycles back to the first set of questions where I asked what will happen to dissidents?
Now if you've made it to the end of this and considered all of the thoughts and questions proposed here, then you can see just how nefarious this first prediction from the world economic forum really is. What other nefarious concepts do they plan to introduce into this agenda of theirs? I've seen what was reported to be a precursor for this concept, and if it's anything like what we are reading now, I can tell you it's going to get much much worse unless we start speaking up.
Those of us who are moral have already allowed the world to degrade to such a degree that the complete removal of responsibility seems appealing to your average American. But we still have a moral obligation to push back on social degradation by asserting the ideas of not only decency but a standard of Holiness that only God can provide. I believe that by steering ourselves away from God's holiness, we only fall deeper into degradation, foolishness, and sin. In other words, we are a society that has turned away from the truth. We should turn back to the truth, or face the strong delusion that leads us to destruction.
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