Sunday, November 1, 2020

The Great Reset: A Solution In Search Of A Crisis

This video from Dave Cullen, at Computing Forever, is perhaps the best summary of the Great Reset I have seen and what it exposes is that the GR is not an organic, reasonable response to the coronavirus "pandemic" but was planned out in advance, waiting for a "crisis" to appear/be manufactured....


In case Youtube nukes this video, here is the same video uploaded to Dave's channel on Bitchute:

It is a longish video, about 35 minutes, but well worth your time. Watch it first before continuing on as I will be referring back to the video.

What is critical to understand is that the Great Reset is the brainchild of ideas spawned back in 2016 by a small group of unelected elites. The best way to summarize it is this:

The Great Reset was a solution cooked up in "response" to a future crisis and coronavirus/Covid-19 seems almost tailor made as just the sort of crisis needed to advance their agenda.

In other words, the Great Reset was a "solution" in search of a problem. Lo and behold, in the re-election year of the Presidency of the man most hated by globalists, Donald Trump, the "crisis" manifested itself in a supposedly extremely contagious and lethal novel coronavirus known as Covid-19. Covid pretty clearly was spawned in a Chinese lab, it didn't just spring forth from under a toadstool. As I have stated before, I am not sure if it was intentionally released or just got loose but given what I am learning about the GR I am starting to lean more heavily toward it being intentionally set loose on the world. For the people who run things behind the scenes, killing off tens or hundreds of thousands of people is not even an afterthought if it a) gets rid of Trump and b) provides the groundwork for the Great Reset. Regular people are just "human capital" after all, a means to an end for the global elites.

A few things from the video jumped out and me and my wife as we watched it so I took some screenshots. Here is the first one.


Notice the phrase "you'll be happy". You'll is a contraction of "you will" and it sort of sounds like "You will be happy" should be followed by "or else.". Why will people be "happy" not owning anything? I kind of like owning stuff, earning money and using that money to purchase things I want and need like food for my kids and our home. Why should not owning anything make me happy? Well, the WEF (World Economic Forum) explains...




Whatever you want huh? Just ask for it and it will magically appear at your door, without delay and of course without issues of supply and demand.

Remember back in the good old Soviet days, people wanted bread and shoes and it was "free" but it turns out it wasn't just there for the taking. Russian women would stand in line all day for a crappy pair of shoes that might or might not fit or fall apart right away. That is a way better system than going to a store and choosing from dozens of different kinds of bread, all pretty cheap and always available. 

The obvious question that jumped out at me was this: who will control who gets or more importantly doesn't get these rental goods? 

That is where the Chinese style social credit score comes in. People in this new, no-ownership, rental only society will be ranked based on their adherence to social norms. Are you sharing stories from unapproved sources on social media? Are you seen in public without your mask? You social credit will go down and you will find your request for a rental item will be delayed or if you already have something "rented", it will get repossessed. Remember "You won't own anything" and if you don't own it, someone can come take it at will. For example, I own my computer and my monitors. I paid for it in full and I own it. If someone tries to take it, well that will lead to consequences. But if I only rent my computer or cell phone or refrigerator, that means whoever rented it to me can take it away. I guess I better keep my mouth shut or no more stuff for me.

This is the technocratic serfdom. You work but you don't own anything so your ability to have something is not based on being able to afford it but whether or not you follow the rules. Someone who is an asshole now but works hard can still buy a truck or a coffee maker but under the Great Reset rules, hard work will matter less than obedience. This article from 2019 at The Organic Prepper, Social Media, Universal Basic Income, and Cashless Society: How China’s Social Credit System Is Coming To America, lays out how this already works in China...

Like private credit scores, a person’s social score can move up and down depending on their behavior. The exact methodology is a secret — but examples of infractions include bad driving, smoking in non-smoking zones, buying too many video games and posting fake news online. (source)

The article points out that violating the “social code,” can result in being banned from flying or using the train, using the internet, decent schooling, getting a job, staying in hotels, and having your pet taken away. China is also taking advantage of the mob mentality by branding violators as “bad citizens.”

You can see where this is going in the West. If you don't get the mandated coronavirus "vaccine", you won't get the papers that prove your good standing as an obedient serf. No papers means no public transit, no flying, no entrance to the shrinking number of stores, no service at restaurants, no admittance to public and government facilities (like voting locations?), no employment and perhaps even no travelling to other states. 

This is important: the "vaccine", like social distancing and wearing a mask, is more about obedience than public health or fighting the virus. 

Wearing your mask is the ultimate indicator in fall of 2020 of public morality. Good people wear masks, bad people don't. Four legs good, two legs bad.


There are people who are deadly serious in saying that President Trump should be held criminally responsible because totally not biased "models" suggest that attending his rallies leads to people dying. Not funerals for Democrat politicians or "protests" of course, just Republican political rallies. These people are insane. Another example, I took a gaggle of Amish girls shopping yesterday, and they were not super diligent about wearing their masks in the store (most Amish and conservative Mennonites around here don't) and apparently a number of times they were scolded by women in the stores. I was in one of the same stores on Friday and didn't wear my mask, no one said anything but I don't look like someone receptive to being scolded by a random woman. Young Amish women who are used to respecting the authority of someone else? Sure you can bark at them and feel morally superior without fear of someone barking back.

As the article I linked points out, the social credit score is going to be hand-in-glove with the proposed Universal Basic Income or UBI:

Pair the SCS with the UBI, however, and you can easily see how the SCS can be the litmus test for whether or not you receive your “benefits.” This means that, in the very near future, we will see someone who dares say something politically incorrect, makes a bad financial decision, or drinks before 10 am, literally frozen out of society.

If the government (or some private corporation) is in charge of doling out your “benefits” and the government/corporation is in charge of rating your social credit, what do we think is going to happen to violators? Already, governments are cutting social safety net payments to individuals who do not meet what those governments deem to be “acceptable” healthcare decisions. Similar schemes are in place where recipients are drug tested as part of the requirement for receiving “benefits.”

RTWT

So the "Great Reset" is going to likely involve the elimination of private property. But wait, there's more!


Klaus was born in 1938 in Germany. Draw what inference you like. This video clip of him really struck me as odd. Schwab is a multi-millionaire, a man with five different degrees, a best selling author, the Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum and the head of multiple foundations he started. But this video is of him in what looks like a brand new middle manager office, nothing on the desks but a single (apparently brand new) printer that seems more like an accessory tossed in for effect and isn't connected to anything in the room. It is obviously not his office. What a weird place to do an interview. I imagine Klaus has quite an opulent office(s) wherever he works but apparently they don't want him to seem like some rich German talking about re-ordering the world. Just a bizarre setting.

Then this....


THAT got my attention. We are pretty solidly middle class, having gone from being a mid-level professional in financial services to several years of scraping by to finally being in a decent place financially. We have a nice sized house, older and out in the country, and live on four acres. Our property taxes are pretty low relative to many other places in the country. The proposal above? That would likely be enough to force us off of our land and into some shitty apartment in the city where we would be far more dependent on the government and of course on maintaining our social credit score so we don't get cut off from services. I have a garden and we raise our own livestock now, not to provide all of our food needs but certainly to provide a significant chunk and a sense of being somewhere self-reliant. That cannot be allowed, any sense of self-reliance means less reliance on the corporate-state monolith. Self-reliant people are untrustworthy and harder to control so they will just tax us off of our land.

I don't think I am in favor of that and in fact I think my response might be somewhat aggressive. 

As you can see, the Great Reset is the next stage in a reshaping of the world order. With the end of World War II, the U.S. saw the expansion of the middle class into never before known levels. People were happy and content, not to mention upwardly mobile. That irks the old money wealthy to no end. The idea of some Johnny-come-lately is disgusting to the old rich. 

What most people don't understand about the really wealthy is that being wealthy is not about being able to buy stuff other people can't afford so much. It is about feeling superior to other people. Being able to look down on the peasants. As Mel Brooks put it: the people are revolting.


It is indeed good to be the king,


The peasants have grown uppity, and want more than a subsistence level experience. They want to work hard and provide a leg up for their children, so that their kids can have a better life. Can't have that. The bigger the gap between the super rich and the rest of humanity, the happier the rich are.

The Great Reset is a movement to push the mass of humanity down, making everyone "equal" by making everyone equally poor. Not everyone of course, there has to be a ruling class to make sure everyone stays in line. They deserve more than the rest of us as a result of their service to the State/Corporation. They get mansions and private jets and steak for dinner, we get tiny apartments, public transit (if we have our vaccination certificates) and cricket bars.

How Orwellian. 



2 comments:

  1. Great stuff! I specifically skipped this yesterday so I wouldn't steal, since that was my planned topic. The Great Reset will soon be upon us. Complete with a depopulated Midwest.



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  2. Excellent post! Bookmarked for future reference.

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