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The Global Elite…represented by the folks who fly to Davos and Climate Change conferences on fleets of private jets… have plans for the world. These plans were summarized as “You will own nothing and be happy.” And also, eat bugs. For some reason, forcing “the poors” (i.e., anyone who does not have a private jet to fly to Davos) to eat bugs is a really big deal to the Global Elite. However, the people who would be the subject of their global governance schemes are less enthusiastic, and this is very vexing to the global elite.
“The good news is the elite across the world trust each other more and more… the bad news is that the majority of people trusted that elite less…”
Yes, the more people become aware that the future the Global Elite have in mind for us is one in which we are crammed into urban pods and fed bugs (while they keep their private jets, mansions in the Hamptons, and Wagyu steaks), the less enthused the common people are about these plans. And this is a problem for them.
This lady quoted above (I don’t know who she is) is verifying something that’s been said for a long time; the trans-national global elite considers themselves above the citizens of their respective countries. If billionaires from the USA, Europe, the Middle East, and China get in a room together; they are all going to be quite chummy. Concerns about differences in ideology, in human rights, seem a lot less important when you’re discussing whether to trade up from a Gulfstream G700 to an ACJ350.
Sort of related, the Smithsonian Museum has a new exhibit on their version of the future. It aligns with what the World Economic Forum envisions and it’s so depressing Morrissey would have written at least eight songs about it back in the eighties. Whereas seventy years or so ago, visions of the future meant flying cars, robot workers, and colonies on the moon, the Smithsonian vision of the future is one in which cars are illegal, we make our own clothes, and live in buildings constructed from garbage.
And the Global Elite wonder why we’re not enthusiastic about their plans for us.Published in