Written by Samurai Robots.
It’s the current year and humanity, such as it is, faces an unprecedented crisis as unchecked population growth rapidly depletes our planet’s finite resources. Despite what you hear on the news about the ravages of corona-chan, we selfish humans simply aren’t dying off fast enough. At 82 years old, the average coronavirus victim is even older than the decrepit Joe Biden (although still only around half the average age of his voter base). Far from being good news, this, it turns out, is problematic.
Don’t be alarmed however, blackface afficionado Justin Trudeau, the Derek Zoolander of Canadian politics, has come up with a plan to save us from imminent environmental and economic collapse. We are now hearing about “The Great Reset” from a number of sources, including our own BoJo the clown, and that great intellect Prince Charles, a man even his own mother thinks is unsuitable for a job for which the sole requirement is to be born to the right woman. Actually, it probably is time to be alarmed.
So, just what is “The Great Reset”? Well, Thanos, possessor of the Infinity Gauntlet, has kindly agreed to eliminate half of the world’s population in order to solve the dire problem of too many humans being alive. OK, I may be embellishing a little, but you get the gist. We might have to reduce the population a bit. No, not in India or Africa or China. And your freedoms have got to go too. You do want to save the world now, don’t you?
In fact, the mastermind behind TGR is not the titan Thanos, but one Klaus Schwab (no, me neither). Schwab is the executive chairman of the World Economic Forum and has the air of someone who lives on a moon base and spends his downtime building giant lasers. The Schwabster can normally be found in the company of various billionaire capitalists as they fly from their underground lairs to Davos in private jets to discuss the dangers of climate change and poor people. In true Bond villain style, he’s written a book explaining his nefarious plans (well, it was ghost-written by an employee according to Wikipedia), presumably with the idea that the intended victims are too witless to fight back. You can just imagine him cackling at his own cleverness as a seemingly helpless Alex Jones dangles over a shark-infested swimming pool.
Schwab’s spiel is standard globalist fare; it’s equal parts nonsensical corporatese and voguish techno-babble. He predicts a “Fourth Industrial Revolution” in which all the work will be done by AI (meh) and robots (hang on, I don’t like the sound of that!) and preaches about sharing and caring and a “multi-polar” world. The solution to our woes is for “global stakeholders” (that’s us by the way) to all embrace mass-immigration, give up fossil fuels entirely, eat insects instead of animals, and relinquish our private property to the state and corporations, who will rent it back to us. Who knows, Prince Charles could soon be your new neighbour.
Regular PC nonsense à la Trudeau’s “We don’t say mankind, we say people-kind” seems positively innocent and wholesome compared to this soulless and dystopian enviro-propaganda. And yet it gets better, according to this article from the Weforum, we’ll all own nothing and have no privacy by 2030 and be happier for it. Some quotes:
In our city we don’t pay any rent, because someone else is using our free space whenever we do not need it. My living room is used for business meetings when I am not there.
Once in a while, I will choose to cook for myself. It is easy – the necessary kitchen equipment is delivered at my door within minutes.
Environmental problems seem far away, since we only use clean energy and clean production methods.
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.
If you believe any of this bullshit, I’ve got a bridge across the Thames to sell you, payment in Bitcoin only. Never mind eating bugs, they want us to live like bugs.
The coronavirus pandemic, our overlords tell us, just happens to be the perfect opportunity for us to do all sorts of exciting words all beginning with re-: reimagine, rebuild, redesign, reset. Fancy that. Re-opening your local gym, library, and pub is not on the list however. Expect the media to shill this nonsense non-stop, spouting other fatuous phrasal triplets such as “The New Normal”, “Build Back Better”, and so on. Personally, my message to anyone who says we should “Build Back Better” is “Go Fuck Yourself”. Once they’ve done that they can “Fuck Off Again”.
The people who want to “Screw You Over” always claim to be the good guys. They’ll tell you there’s a crisis and offer you salvation, whether you want it or not. There’s just one small problem: the three things Schwab and his mob claim they can solve – inequality, extreme poverty, and climate change – are essentially impossible to fix. Worse, we can’t vote this wannabe Dr Evil and his lousy ilk out because they weren’t elected in the first place and seem to operate at a level above that of mere national leaders. These people do not have our best interests at heart – at least Thanos gave it to you straight.
In conclusion, I haven’t covered half of what I’ve seen and I haven’t seen half of what’s coming, but what I have seen has me worried. The plan is globalism on steroids, all done in the name of “science” and “sustainability”. “The Great Reset” is very bad news for those of us who wish our governments would just fucking “Leave Us Alone” for once. As usual, anyone who protests will be labelled a vile “conspiracy theorist” when all of this is right out in the open. When are people going to get it? When the microchips are being drilled into their heads perhaps? I don’t know about you, but I want to find a way out of this before the metaphorical sharks start chewing on my testicles.