Initially part of the Great Reset and Agenda 21, this conspiracy theory has evolved and is now no longer a conspiracy but an actual plan. It's not even secret.
Agenda 21 is now Agenda 30 with the agenda being accelerated thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic. The agenda is being fronted by the United Nations, the World Economic Forum, World Banks, Big Pharma and global elitists, collectively called "them" or "they".
In 2016 the World Economic Forum (WEF) published this blog post and this (now deleted) post which highlights some of the things we can expect leading upto 2030 - "Welcome to 2030. I own nothing, have no privacy, and life has never been better".
Welcome to the year 2030. Welcome to my city - or should I say, "our city". I don't own anything. I don't own a car. I don't own a house. I don't own any appliances or any clothes.
It might seem odd to you, but it makes perfect sense for us in this city. Everything you considered a product, has now become a service. We have access to transportation, accommodation, food and all the things we need in our daily lives.
So what does this concept of "You Will Own Nothing and Be Happy" involve? What does it mean?
We're gradually seeing a decline of ownership of things. More and more people are renting rather than buying things like cars and houses (because they make it too expensive for most people). But it's not just the big things. Small things are almost impossible to "own".
One of the best exampes is music, film and literature. It used to be that case that you went into a shop and you bought a physical copy of a book, a DVD or CD. You own that copy and can read/listen to/watch as often as you like, where you like. You could even make copies for your own backup. No longer. They removed all your rights to make a backup copy of takes, records, CD's and DVD's in the name of copyright. If you want a backup copy, buy one. Now with streaming services and digital media taking over at a rapidly accelerating pace you don't own anything. You pay a fee (one off or monthly) to use the media but you own nothing. In the case of Kindle books they can even go as far as revoking that licence and blocking access to materials "they" deem unfit. It's a digital book burning and there is nothing you can do, despite "buying" that ebook. See Amazon Removes E-Books From Kindle Store, Revokes Ownership. The same thing can happen for digital licences for music, films and even software on services like Steam.
Today, Amazon removed George Orwell’s 1984 and Animal Farm from its Kindle e-book store. The company also went ahead and removed any digital trace of the books, too-striking them from both users’ digital lockers and from Kindle devices. This disturbing, Orwellian move underscores how, in spite of comments otherwise, a purchase in the digital realm can’t be compared to physical ownership of content.
Why would "they" do this? Control. They will have total control over the music you listen to, the films you watch, the clothes you wear and where you go. They will eventually start removing and deleting all traces of anything that they don't like or is harmful to them. See in the article above they mention "This disturbing, Orwellian move". Some people in the future may not know what that term means so will look it up and many even find its a reference to a book. A book which is now banned. An "Orwellian move" now has no meaning to our future generations.
Another reason for restricting ownership and issuing revocable licences is money. Why change someone a one off fee of £10 for a physical DVD when you can charge £9.99 per month? Yes you get a lot more in the £9.99 per month, but how much do you actually want to watch vs watching because its there? In the last year I spent £119.88 on streaming services. When I look back at my viewing history, how many films did I actually want to watch? That I would have previously gone out and bought? Less than half that amount. Plus I do not get adverts shoved down my face on a DVD unlike streaming services.
"Smart" gadgets operate on the same principal. You buy the smart speaker/doorbell/heating/tv smart whatever and pay a subscription to use it. When the manufacturer decides it's time for you to buy a new device they can cut off access to the subscription or even brick the device remotely, forcing you to buy another. You don't own these devices if someone else has control over them.
- Sonos in bricked speaker 'recycling' row
- Logitech Will Intentionally Brick All Harmony Link Devices Next Year
- Nest is permanently disabling the Revolv smart home hub
- IOT Startup Bricks Customers Garage Door Intentionally
Going back to the article from the WEF. Let's look at some of the language. Look at this series of statements.
I don't own anything. I don't own a car. I don't own a house. I don't own any appliances or any clothes.
Does that sound like Utopia? A place where you want to be living?
Shopping? I can't really remember what that is. For most of us, it has been turned into choosing things to use. Sometimes I find this fun, and sometimes I just want the algorithm to do it for me. It knows my taste better than I do by now.
Their vision is of a city where its population own nothing and AI seems to control every aspect of their lives. The only way AI can know this much information is through 24/7 surveillance and monitoring. Is that a place you would feel happy?
When AI and robots took over so much of our work, we suddenly had time to eat well, sleep well and spend time with other people.
Sounds like mass unemployment to me. People are so poor and impoverished they will not even own any clothes. People will be pushed into the "smart cities" that operate on AI, 5G and the eventual 6G, and no business - the government will control every aspect of your life. This is communism taken to the next level.
If they have their way we will own nothing and be completely reliant on them to provide us with everything, even the essentials. In exchange we give up our Human Rights and all forms of Privacy to their invasive AI.
The rich ruleth over the poor, and the borrower is servant to the lender.
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