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The Great Reset.
Basically, the Great Reset isn’t so much a plan in itself as it is a description of many other plans that have already been put into action. It’s the thing that patriots have been describing all these months since the coronavirus conspiracy began: Elites and Jews want to strip you of all your rights, create a global government, end private property, make you live in a pod and eat bugs while surviving on “UBI” credits that are awarded to a computer chip in your hand. The world government wants to be a public-private partnership between the UN and multinational corporations. These corporations will become feudal powers and they’ll basically own portions of the population that live in their pods, eat their bug rations and take their sleeping pills.
The “Great Reset” is just explaining all that like it’s going to be great.
It is important, because they are literally saying they’re going to end private property. The Jews literally plan to destroy Christianity and Western Civilization, and enslave you. The New World Order is here.
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>Yuval Noah Harari
It is a deep fake but tell no one.
>The Use of Chip Implants for Workers - European Parliament
B-but, it is a conspiracy theory!
Take it easy anon. That meme was not meant for /mlpol/ but it is a brief glimpse of all the shit going on.
Special announcement from the United Nations - (parody)
Max does good walk-and-talks that make sense.
I started posting links to his videos on another image board to try and help people focus on solutions over there a bit, and he started coming under serious attacks afterwards within a day or so. When I posted links to other people who make videos or other websites, various bad things started happening to them as well, sometimes within mere hours.
The enemy/satan/commies/zionists/etc. are watching very closely. Those soul-dead little cowards. They know very well it's all-or-nothing, so they're throwing every dirty thing at humanity/life now.
"The Next Phase of the End Game"https://vigilante.tv/w/e4cssVD2w3s2tENjWwrHmg
Too tired to write a synopsis, but it's worth watching - maybe we can discuss the content of his videos, etc. Not sure if this is the right thread, but previous "podcaster" threads didn't turn out well in the past here, and he's been warning about the "reset"/AI/mass-compliance/etc. for over 15 years now so it fits pretty well here IMO.
Not the biggest fan of Jeff as a person, but nevertheless he's been warning people about this unfolding hellscape for many years as well.
>>359014>and he's been warning about the "reset"/AI/mass-compliance/etc. for over 15 years now
People have been writing about this decades. Paul Getty was writing about this back in the 60's about a massive effort by the government to document, predict, and control people's lives. Hell, what do you think Social Security was?
>>359139>that will ban the sale of combustion engine cars in its member states from 2035.
Hasn't there been several versions of these laws, each one extended the "end date" by another decade?
Yes, and they keep pushing them. After all, they have the gunmen to enforce them.
>The Real Threat of 15-Minute Cities>The Guardian’s Oliver Wainwright recently discussed a new “international socialist conspiracy” that has taken the world by storm. “Fringe forces of the far left,” he noted, “are plotting to take away our freedom to be stuck in traffic jams, to crawl along clogged ring roads and trawl the streets in search of a parking spot.” The name of this “chilling global movement?” he asked, sarcastically and somewhat contemptuously: The “15-minute city.” Wainwright believes these cities are simply part of a “mundane planning theory.” He’s wrong.>A few days after Wainwright’s piece was published, three academics called 15-minute cities (FMCs) “the hottest conspiracy theory of 2023.” In a truly elitist manner, they poked fun at those who dared to question the motive behind FMCs.https://www.activistpost.com/2023/03/the-real-threat-of-15-minute-cities.htmlhttps://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2023/feb/16/15-minute-city-planning-theory-conspiracists
B-but, it is only harmless urban planning. /s
Why is the Yahoo time capsule from 2006 not public?
Was 2006 too spicy for 2020? Did something wrong happen? Was it revealing too much about the nature of the internet?
But truth is, the fact that fucking no one talks about the Yahoo time capsule from 2006 being kept hush hush besides 5 leddit niggers, 1 small Wikipedia article and 2 shitty media articles makes me very fucking suspicious.
I just want to look at the 2006 capsule anon, a living piece of internet history lost to big corps, this is terrible
They're finally getting around to fear mongering hospital fungus, because it's now incredibly hard to kill because of improper cleaning practices. Also said fungus is deadly.
It's been a thing for a long while and everyone knew about it.
>>360220>we will keep fighting the deadly forests & defeat climate change
I lol'd hard at that>The movie 1984 never existed
kek>Bird leaves him, beer bottles everywhere
we all been there.
Thanks, that actually was a bit of a gem
Example of a 15min city - The best explanation so far.
>>360893>escape the WEF>build your own farm>domesticate a bunch of chickens for egg production>suddenly realize that you've become the WEF
it's turtles all the way down.
After all, it has always been who exploits who.
Why The Globalists Are Really Pushing Against The Dutch Farmers.
>>361541>food supply being destroyed
Once is bad luck, twice is coincidence, three or more times is a conspiracy to commit terrorism.
I can guess who are the owners and managers who let the saboteurs in. Also I suspect that every one of these plants going in flames were fully insured.
Check this infographic out.
You are already tax cattle.
But what if anon is a based accelerationist that lied his way into getting disability checks while still working full time?
I hate urbanist soy cucks that, like bread tube, have probably been astroturfed by gay corpos.
Surely I'm not alone in my hatred of these random anti-car fags that have been promoted by JewTube and who, apparently, breed on reddit/twitter.
Are you a bot? You sound like one.
No. I was masturbating and it's hard to post at the same time, but I'm sober now. I still hate urbanists and I'm still annoyed by YT spamming their shitty bugman propaganda at me.
I just want to know whether other autists have noticed how Jewgle's algorithm made bread tube and has now started promoting all these faggy urbanist channels like NotJustBikes. Maybe a more knowledgeable autist can lead me to some useful info on the subject.
I won't slog through six gorillion copypasted news articles to find out what other anons think of it.
>>361901>I just want to know whether other autists have noticed how Jewgle's algorithm made bread tube and has now started promoting all these faggy urbanist channels like NotJustBikes. Maybe a more knowledgeable autist can lead me to some useful info on the subject.
Yes they love pushing philosophytube and contra points
I love it. Thanks anon.
But this should be posted in the containment Flat Earth thread >>>/vx/148613 →
According to Robert Kennedy Jr, climate sceptics should be put in jail, and specially the Koch brothers, main funders of right-wing causes.
Australian Senator says 'Covid' was bullshit and a planned event - (2023).
Well, this is no longer stupidity, but overt treason.
The UN is behind this WEF BULLSHIT that EVERY Govt has agreed to.
>Br Alexis Bugnolo >How The Globalists Are Upending The World-Wide Resistance To The Great Resethttps://www.bitchute.com/video/QDDrEb6w81SO/
A recap and some recommendations for the normie crowd, but interesting nevertheless.
Texas governor Greg Abbot is also a WEF agent in case you were wondering.
I said this last year and it caused a little bit of asshurt. Anyone from Texas that follows politics at all knows what a spectacular cuckservative clown Abbot is. We also have gun-grabbing and pro-immigration cucks like Cornyn (Republican, btw) and many other specimens like him.
Here's an old news article that should tell you what mainstream Texan 'conservatives' are all about.>Being anti-Israel is anti-Texas, says Gov. Greg Abbott>“You can always count on Texas,” Abbott said at the Jewish Community Center here to sign the bill into law. “Any anti-Israel policy is an anti-Texas policy. Texas is not going to do business with any company that boycotts Israel.”>House Bill 89, which got bipartisan legislative support, would prevent government contracts and restrict specific state investments with companies that boycott Israel.https://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local/article/Being-anti-Israel-is-anti-Texas-says-Gov-Greg-11114838.php
>"Nobody Is Coming For Your Gas Stoves".
Gaslighting and lies.
Turns out they were doing it to keep the turbines from freezing in the winter.
As a Texan horsefucker, this hurts me. If only we had thawed out our big, gay spinny-gizmos. Maybe we could have been as warm and cozy as Scottoids.
I know anon, that polar wave you suffer an without electricity cannot be forgotten neither forgiven.
Killing off a few hundred animals is actually preferable to the damage that bird flu can do to the poultry supply if it's allowed to spread to other coops. It's not easy to tell when or how the flu spreads in factory farmed chickens, so the best option is to cut losses and incinerate them.
>>363469>Killing off a few hundred animals
It is not a few hundreds, but almost a million. >is actually preferable to the damage that bird flu can do to the poultry supply
Ahem. And how specifically the food supply is damaged if some chickens are positive using the fraudulent PCR test?
I would love to read your answer.
The flu is a natural occurrence in all animals with warm blood, even whales have it. The scam of the flu being a dangerous disease has gone over the top with nefarious purposes.
>>363472>The flu is a natural occurrence in all animals
Except factory farms aren't natural conditions. Disease spreads like wildfire in factory farms. Blame the disgusting conditions the raise those animals in.>almost a million
Still relatively few in the grand scheme of the industry. I bet the farms might even be overdoing it for insurance money.
You shouldn't fixate on the animals themselves being incinerated, but moreso if the factories/farms to house/process them are being decommissioned. Chickens can be replaced pretty easily, but if the farms themselves are being removed then you know it's actually downsizing.
Elitism and despotism aside (rules for thee but not for me), what exactly is the point of taking a short distance trip on a plane? Is that normal in France? It's expensive, stressful, and wasteful. There's a lot of better and cheaper options for short distance trips.
Pretty shitty how they made exceptions to private jets; just because the politicians and their donors use them all the time. Despicable.>Climate Lockdowns begin for the workers>stopping the riff-raff from traveling?
I'm not French, so I don't quite understand this. Are daily short-distance commutes by plane really that common for French workers? I'm questioning how much this actually impacts the working class, because it's not elaborated anywhere in the article.>France's Ban on Short-Haul Flights Will Kill People>You're 2,200 times more likely to die when traveling by car as opposed to by airplane.
I'm not endorsing this ban, but this is shitty troon logic. it's the same kind of "you're literally killing people" statistical nonsense that gungrabbers use to try to ban guns, because you're technically more likely to die by gunshot if there is a gun in your house; or troon suicide rates to support letting them groom children. The author clearly isn't advocating for everyone who uses a car to take a plane instead for "safety" either, nor do they make any estimate of how many short-distance fliers would actually die from the result of this bill (a proportional statistic with no context; into the trash it goes), so idk what the point of even mentioning this is other than leftoid tier emotionally evocative bait.
Certainly reason to be angry, especially since this move suggest that the elite consider themselves above laws they set for everyone else, but this article really fucking sucks at explaining that.
>>363597>Well, they were fast asleep just as Americans are today.
The gas stove ban might be coming to the U.S. soon too. Democrats are pushing for it on the basis that its poisonous for children in households (whch it is if proper ventilation isn't paid attention to, tbh). They've actually been pushing it for years, but it's only starting to gain traction. I wonder how that'll work out in the next few years. They're unlikely to succeed at a national ban on exusting gas stoves, but they might succeed politically at preventing future gas stoves from being made by withholding licenses from manufacturers and construction.>inefficient electricity
Eh, induction stoves are pretty great once you get used to them (although cooking with round-bottom woks or clay/copper pots becomes impossible). They're definitely not inefficient energy/fuel wise, but buying a new stove isn't a purchase that a lot of American stove owners want to make, so yeah, definitely expensive.
Electric heating, however, is another concern. It's only as efficient as its energy source, and the decisions that Germany has been making to its power supply (shutting down nuclear power plants) are selfdestructive.
Imo, I'm more concerned on their bans on wooden stoves a while back. When it comes to "Great Reset", electricity and gas aren't that far apart, because turning off the gas is about as easy as turning off the power. Banning wood stoves deprives people of autonomy to survive themselves by chopping wood after other power sources fail.>Where were they when these regulations were working through woke committees full of environmental crazies?
Not really concerned, because natural gas has been considered to be a rather low-emmission source of fuel. Looking past climate goals, this seems more like a long-term strategic geopolitical move. German officials hated the political pressure they got over the Ukraine war from their constituents when Russia threatened to turn off their gas. So long as their constituents use Russian fuel for energy, their political situation can be influenced by Russia (a situation that they audibly laughed at Trump when he suggested it to them). Now they're suddenly regretting doing this now that the war has started, so they're rapidly and forcefully trying to decouple their energy economy from Russia, especially in terms of household energy sources so that they won't face acute public backlash from foreign gas crisises.
Maybe they'll come to their senses and reopen the nuclear power plants too if they want to be fully electric and inependent from Russian gas, but I doubt it.