Saturday, December 31, 2022

WEF: 'Own Nothing And Be Happy'

The Day the Music Died

You’ll own nothing, and be happy.” Ha ha. I wonder if Schwab regrets saying that. Actually the phrase originated in 2016 from Danish MP Ida Auken’s essay “Welcome to 2030: I Own Nothing, Have No Privacy, and Life has Never Been Better” written for the World Economic Forum.

Not sure why the WEF would embrace such a seemingly derogatory message. But they did (although it is no longer found on their website).

The phrase caught on and Schwab has been inextricably linked to the expression. Sounds like something just about any of those WEF Cretans would say. I am pretty certain Schwab’s Best Boy Harari adores the concept. You can obviously see how demented anyone who seriously utters this is. You would have to be demented if you are thinking people would nod their head and exclaim “can’t wait!”

Schwab must think it is something people are excited about. A man totally out of touch with the people he wants to enslave. He probably honestly thinks he is a nice grandpa to his people, or maybe, as this statement suggests, he couldn’t care less what the useless eaters think.

Of course most of the world couldn’t care less what Klaus Schwab thinks. Most of the world doesn’t even know who he is, or what the WEF have planned for all of us. Many people in less optimum settings are too busy trying to feed their starving children or finding a roof to put over their heads. Look at the continent of Africa, almost entirely vaccine free.

It is interesting that Schwab would claim this statement. Doing so he makes an assumption that everyone will even want to own things. That is a pretty materialist assumption. Of course everyone wants to own things, people want to own everything, right? Schwab thinks they just want to have everything, not actually own anything. Owning things is a hassle. He is planning on taking care of that for people. Nice guy.

Well, if you peel off just a few layers, you will clearly see the “so what”…owning property is the first tenet of freedom, for one. And owning nothing certainly puts control into the hands of whomever it is who owns the thing you rent. Oh, no, no, no, no one would ever be that evil.

No one would ever turn my heat off in my rented house if I was using too much of it, or render my rented car useless if I had to go out one too many times to get baby formula, or actually force me to move out of my abode because my neighbourhood had gone over its quota of white folks (or whatever shade you are). No, that’s crazy, that’s conspiracy crap, I don’t buy any of that…

And this just in, a good example of how this “central control” is already creeping up on us:

More than half a dozen families in Virginia — many with children and elderly family members — have been without power since Nov. 9. Despite the freezing temperatures and with little to no warning, Dominion Energy Virginia showed up at their homes with police and shut off their power because they refused to have “smart meters” installed in their homes.

[see full article here]
Of course most people know about Amazon’s removal of several titles1984 and Animal Farm from Kindles after being bought and paid for by consumers. Ironically, the titles were controversial “anti-establishment” fare from dystopian novelist George Orwell. Amazon made the decision due to an alleged copyright infringement.

The point here is that they could do it, and they did.

It is only a matter of time before any publication deemed “disinformation” is easily censored in such a matter. “Oh, no, they wouldn’t do that!” Oh, please, they already are. Maybe not yet removing bought books from electronic readers, but certainly from other media platforms online—music that doesn’t meet with the “agenda’s” standards, movies, etc. It can all be similarly removed. Wake up.

“Bye, bye Miss American Pie, drove my Chevy to the levee but the levee was dry…” 

Yes, dry…and barren…and oppressive, just like any other prison. Be happy.

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