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WEF - Agenda 2030 - Very dark vision of a possible future

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posted on Oct, 20 2021 @ 10:08 PM
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Came across this video, worthy of ATS , that illustrates perfectly the likely outcome of the WEF's "Agenda 2030 - You will own nothing and be happy".

Material to reflect on and discuss.




posted on Oct, 20 2021 @ 10:20 PM
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posted on Oct, 20 2021 @ 10:42 PM
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Pretty accurate, IMO, except I think that I expect the environment to look more like something from Terry Gilliam's Brazil or maybe more like something from Idiocracy.



posted on Oct, 20 2021 @ 10:47 PM
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By the way the economy is failing in many parts of the world no telling what it will be like come 2030 ? I live in a country where (my estimate) 70+ % of the population cook at least one meal (maybe 2 or 3) a day over charcoal and very few have air conditioners or if they do they cannot afford to turn them on. Many do have a propane bottle they use occasionally for cooking but charcoal is preferred by many as it is cheap.

I kinda wish I had a big deep comfortable cave sometimes.. Constant temp and I could start doing cave art...

It will be interesting when they get the social scoring system in place as China has furnished the road map for its implication. Governments seem to be so concerned about forcing their will upon the population and staying in power I think and hope there will come a day of reckoning.. I figure it will be one or two states either in America or Europe who will say no more to the big bad federal governments. Then things might get rather nasty ... ?



posted on Oct, 20 2021 @ 11:14 PM
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a reply to: M5xaz

And the following link tells you how it's happening and will happen. As I have noted elsewhere this is also the framework required to plan and execute a world wide lie. And if you have a look around you'll see many democracies being termited from within by people elected to defend that very democracy.

It is a brilliant article by Iain Davis at In This Together and I strongly recommend reading it if you want to have any chance of turning things around.

GPPP



edit on 20 10 2021 by myselfaswell because: added link to Iain Davis Website



posted on Oct, 20 2021 @ 11:19 PM
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a reply to: incoserv

More like a Max Headroom future.



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posted on Oct, 21 2021 @ 12:36 AM
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originally posted by: incoserv
Pretty accurate, IMO, except I think that I expect the environment to look more like something from Terry Gilliam's Brazil or maybe more like something from Idiocracy.

Or more like Blade Runner 2049, solar panels and wind mills as far as the eye can see, because you know, we have to protect nature from human intrusion. Don't worry it's not like 99% of them will be made from cheap electronics manufactured in China, and it's not like we will have to constantly replace them and dispose of the old electronics and batteries somehow. Btw, don't you guys know that ownership and personal property is the root of all evil, we have to all share if we want to achieve real equality and a socialist utopia. I know it's true because the globalist billionaires told me so.
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posted on Oct, 21 2021 @ 04:49 AM
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Wake up, they don’t want to control us they want to kill us



posted on Oct, 21 2021 @ 06:43 AM
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a reply to: M5xaz

I just watched this an hour ago!

It's very well made.



posted on Oct, 21 2021 @ 12:45 PM
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originally posted by: ChaoticOrder

originally posted by: incoserv
Pretty accurate, IMO, except I think that I expect the environment to look more like something from Terry Gilliam's Brazil or maybe more like something from Idiocracy.

Or more like Blade Runner 2049, solar panels and wind mills as far as the eye can see, because you know, we have to protect nature from human intrusion. Don't worry it's not like 99% of them will be made from cheap electronics manufactured in China, and it's not like we will have to constantly replace them and dispose of the old electronics and batteries somehow. Btw, don't you guys know that ownership and personal property is the root of all evil, we have to all share if we want to achieve real equality and a socialist utopia. I know it's true because the globalist billionaires told me so.


at night,
when you lay down in your sleep pod,
your bodily functions will be used to generate electricity
for those working during
the day



posted on Oct, 21 2021 @ 01:31 PM
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Thought the video was kinda.. meh.

Heres the video I want to see:

Focuses on four main environments. The first is the actual takeover, which will use automation and robotics that is sold to the public as "AI." It will make extensive use of mobile factories to produce a variety of robots on the spot.

It will then "fast forward" a bit.

Then it would focus on three different people. One person who is a relative shut-in (for any reason from disability to "trying to keep their heads down"). The next will be an average person trying to navigate the New World. The last will be a dissident.

The environment and scenes would play a character all their own, and the film would use the interaction between the characters and this environment to flesh out stories.

This could be anything from having to rent utensils to make lunch to something similar to what was in the vid in the OP. Its also important to remember that nearly everything is about how things look. It would be important to read up on the actual measures that are marketed, and extrapolate a bit.

Deeper meaning and thinking is anathema and apostasy, but the complete over-use of "dark and dingy" removes the creepy aspect that could be built on a society that is heavily focused on aesthetics & compliance while eschewing anything deeper. There are also some excellent opportunities for some comedic elements just due to the sheer idiocy of nearly everyone involved.

Hope someone goes for it



posted on Oct, 21 2021 @ 06:56 PM
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Seeing as so many of the generation of males exemplified by the face of the "nothing and be happy" guy have their libidos connected to digital porn and gaming thrills......this animation might not be far off the mark:




posted on Oct, 21 2021 @ 07:22 PM
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a reply to: HilterDayon

We do seem to be looking at a civilization collapse event. The supply chain warnings for winter seem grim. Distribution houses are having trouble filling orders for supermarkets. and they are still pushing this deadly vaccine. It is looking more like a disease is eating America but it's not the virus. One would have to think that the Carbon they want to get rid of is you. Who did this? is it happening worldwide, collusion?



posted on Oct, 21 2021 @ 08:19 PM
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originally posted by: anonentity
a reply to: HilterDayon

We do seem to be looking at a civilization collapse event. The supply chain warnings for winter seem grim. Distribution houses are having trouble filling orders for supermarkets. and they are still pushing this deadly vaccine. It is looking more like a disease is eating America but it's not the virus. One would have to think that the Carbon they want to get rid of is you. Who did this? is it happening worldwide, collusion?


Nonentity, in every person's life is posited the question: "what is life?" or more to the point: "what is human life?" Really meaning: "who am I and what am I here for?"

Well, a particular agency has won the game of global pyramid monopoly and is in the process of redefining what it is to be human. Unfortunately it is an economic evaluation. But at least that evaluation gives us a clue as to their identities.

We were fooled like mice smelling the scent of the cheese all the way to the point of no return. We emerge from a historical background of tyranny and bloodshed and sacrifice owning nothing and being unhappy, living in hope. The economic boom after the last war fooled us into believing that the skies were the limit for the industrious good citizens. The two bombs dropped onto the civilian populations of Japan implied that there could be no more great wars without mutual assured destruction. This was an act of black theatre, simultaneously frightening and assuring the populations of the world and conditioning their minds through trauma. (a strategy they have well perfected)

So much of scientific research since Sigmund Freud, Jose Delgado, B.F. Skinner etc has been directed at the question: "What is a human being and what makes them tick?" (Damn! Even Maslow's heirachy of needs is a pyramid.)

All that research has alienated the researchers from their own humanity, and now human beings are looked upon as some sort of lab rat. A BBR - bigger, better rodent. Well, why not? they say. It was some sort of rodent that preceded humanity and survived where the mighty dinosaurs could not.

This time is what may be called "the harvest" - or "the balancing of the books" (seeing as the elite see things from an economic standpoint). How to interpret the meaning of that or how one should respond to it is a personal challenge, or perhaps a test of some kind.



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