a reply to: kwakakev
This is what some of us have been talking about for years.
In essence, its a conflict with a borderless, global "nation" that I refer to as a corporate-political cult.
In any conflict, there are very, very basic tenets for successfully fighting and winning. Supply lines, information channels, morale, etc. This takes
a much different shape than historical conflicts, where borders delineate infrastructure.
What happens when one group has power, influence, and control in most nations and are not beholden to any borders or anyone but themselves?
This year has seen the newest operation by this "nation" to consolidate power and influence, typically coupled with demoralization of the population.
Centralized corporations and dependency has gained massive amounts of control. And profit (naturally).
To combat this, we need to build an infrastructure that can actually be the lifeblood of typically held sovereignty and liberty.
The first phase, in my opinion, is to take advantage of the relative freedom that still exists to gain food, power, and manufacturing self-sufficiency
in our homes. There isnt a successful path forward using traditional means of distribution, as far as I can tell. To prevent this, the Narrative has
been shaped for social groups to either embrace a strong desire to return to the "old normal," or the manufactured "new normal."
This has only become feasible in relatively recent times, with everything from automation to 3d printing. In an attempt to nullify the impact of these
decentralized technologies, the Narrative has also been shaped to frame these concepts as anything from dubious "green technology" claims to
being spoken about in terms of corporate implementation and loss of jobs.
Its an interesting situation though.. Even without all of this, these decentralized concepts and technologies have massive advantages over centralized
structures. There are also some downsides, particularly in regards to transitional issues. However, most of those
issues are already present
front and center this year.
Its a Pascal's Wager of sorts. The cost of not pursuing self-sufficiency in the face of this modern conflict is absolute subjugation and full spectrum
dominance of the average person by the Technocratic Monolith. Yet, adopting these technologies in our home now, even if this conflict is all in my
(our) heads would yield massive benefits, stability, and progress. Particularly when the vast majority of downsides to such a transition are already
impacting everyone due to current circumstances.