When the founder of the World Economic Forum, Klaus Schwab, alongside Britain’s King Charles, made their startling announcement just three months into the COVID-19 pandemic, it wasn’t about battling a virus. Oh no, it was something far more insidious. They labeled the pandemic as a “narrow window” and a “fleeting golden opportunity.” Why? To capitalize on the world’s fear and vulnerability, pushing forward their long-envisioned plan of creating a new golden age from the ashes of the old. Their mantra? “Build back better.”
Now, let’s peel back the layers of this so-called “golden age.” Electric vehicles (EVs) are hailed as the future, but at what cost? The unethical mining practices for natural resources that power these EVs are just the tip of the iceberg.
The real kicker?
The introduction of battery passports – digital IDs that will monitor not just the battery’s performance, but also your every move.
Imagine a world where your vehicle, increasingly autonomous, could penalize you for driving in restricted zones, either by shutting down or delivering itself to the nearest impound. And as if that’s not Orwellian enough, the rise of Ultra Low Emission Zones, brimming with surveillance cameras, paints a picture of a digital prison in the making.
Air travel isn’t safe from this encroaching control either. While there might not be an outright ban, the exorbitant carbon tax will ensure that only the crème de la crème of society can afford to fly. And even as there’s talk of “sustainable aviation fuel,” commitments to reduce emissions are being made prematurely, before the necessary infrastructure is even in place.
But fear not, the global elite have a solution for our travel woes: the metaverse and 15-minute cities. These concepts, combined with smart homes, digital IDs, and Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDC), are designed to keep us tethered, either by choice or coercion. The goal? To keep us placid in our compact urban dwellings, diving into the metaverse for both work and leisure, only pausing to collect our drone-delivered packages.
Cash? A relic of the past. In these futuristic cities, every transaction will be digital, powered by a mere hand swipe or iris scan. And whether you’re gainfully employed or rendered “useless” by AI, your earnings or Universal Basic Income will be in CBDC form, with strings attached on where and how you can spend it.
The metaverse, however, isn’t just a digital escape. With Augmented Reality (AR) glasses constantly recording and monitoring, every word you utter, every action you take, will be under scrutiny. And with a digital ID being the gateway to this realm, every piece of data from your AR glasses and smart devices will be stored, ready to be accessed and controlled remotely.
Misinformation? Hate speech? Be wary, for in this brave new world, your words can and will be used against you. Drawing inspiration from the Chinese Communist Party’s social credit system, penalties could range from reduced purchasing power to restricted movement.
And if you thought your thoughts were your own, think again. Even your consumption habits will be under the microscope, all in the name of “saving the planet.” With climate change alarmists pointing fingers at our carbon footprints, drastic measures are being proposed. From replacing meat and dairy with lab-grown proteins and insects to monitoring meat consumption through individual carbon footprint trackers, the control is pervasive.
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Farmers, once the backbone of society, are now seen as contributors to the carbon crisis. Their lands, deemed unsustainable, face the threat of being taken over, leaving them with few options.
While some might see this vision as a utopia, where they can relax in their pods, munching on bugs and exploring virtual realms, others will resist this encroaching darkness.
But here’s the twist: climate change, while a significant concern, is just one of the many tools in the global elite’s arsenal. Be it the COVID-19 pandemic, geopolitical tensions, intelligence agencies’ meddling, or potential cyber threats, the endgame remains the same. A world where corporations and states merge, centralizing power, aided by NGOs, digital armies, and media propagandists.
The question remains: Will we stand by and watch, or will we rise and reclaim our freedoms?
Only time will tell.