The old bread ---> >>286845 →
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.
The problem is not eating one or two bugs, as with crustaceans. The problem is a foodstuff produced by masses of bugs.
For one, it is impossible to clean bugs in any meaningful way, as opposed to crustaceans which cleaning is a relatively simple matter. Entrails, undesirable elements, easy peasy more or less. But crickets for example? Impossible, ESPECIALLY at a high-production indistrial mill (which is precisely what would be used). The next problem is the carapaces themselves. Okay, grind them into powder; that doesnt magically make them digestable, even in powdered form. One could argue that that would serve as a form of fiber, and I suppose there's merit to that idea, but I remain skeptical overall.
Next is the fact that, if one REALLY wants to get nutrition from bugs, dehydrated shells are not the way to go. Not promoting the idea, but living and/or fresh bugs would be much more viable than heavily processed masses of dried up carcasses, ostensibly labeled as 'safe',... just like the vaccine for example.
The idea of eating bugs isnt THAT much of a stretch; the idea of converting industrial processes into a mass production of bug products with a questionably moral profit motive IS.
I feel like the "bugs as food" thing is in the same category as using solar/wind power and electric vehicles and so forth, in that it's not necessarily a terrible idea per se, the issue is that Clown World wants to do it on a ridiculously massive scale and impose it on everyone through fiat.
I wouldn't voluntarily eat food made from crickets if I had other options, but I can see the utility of it in a survival-type situation. If it wasn't practical to raise any other sort of livestock then crickets could be used as a cheap, temporary, easily-renewable food source, so it's probably worth learning how to raise a bunch of them and process them into food.
However, as far as low cost meat sources go, I've actually heard rabbit farming is pretty doable for the average person. I'd probably opt for that before the bugs.
Great comparison. How are electric vehicles charged? How are wind turbines maintenanced?
"Renewable" energy has proven increasingly NOT renewable, when one plays out the overhead, cost of maintenance (especially including WITHOUT exception, fossil fuels). I assert - rhetorically - that 'ze bugs' will follow the same trend, and the examples are an allusion to.
Just to move this along, its clear that the elites have a fetish for forcing people to eat ze bugs and basically be serfs.
Now, you mentioned rabbits. They're good, but they dig holes. May I introduce you to the Guinea pig.
They breed a shitton, don't dig and are quite easy to cultivate and feed as they are herbivores. So grass and other plants usually should do just fine. Just make sure the little bastards get vitamin C. So get any citric plants as well.
While we're at it, a great way to offset ze bugs is to grow animals that can actually process the bastards. Lizards, frogs and fish come to mind.
While we're at it, people should be raising pigs as those guys eat virtually anything. >>350718
There is also the issue of the fact you can't remove the digestive tract from insects due to how small they are. Consider the priorities of a corporation. Safety isn't one of them.
Now consider the amount of pathogens that are present in insects. Especially parasites. Did you know all it takes for you to get stuck with tapeworm is a single surviving fragment?
>>350733>There is also the issue of the fact you can't remove the digestive tract from insects due to how small they are. Consider the priorities of a corporation
Yes, thats literally what I already said. Thanks for proving that you're either an unthinking person who cant be bothered to read, or an unthinking bot who can't be bothered at all.
Also, citing reddit spacing isn't an argument, and I'm not accusing you of being from reddit BUT>reddit spacing
You can keep your rabbits in a hutch, which should solve the digging issue, but guinea pigs are a good idea too. Never actually eaten one, but they tend to be fat little fuckers and look like they would probably be pretty tasty. Also, can confirm the Vitamin C issue; I had one for a pet as a kid and we had to give it vitamin C supplements pretty regularly, especially when it got old.
Pigs are also great, but fall into the category of impractical livestock for a lot of people. If you've got land to keep them on then sure, but for someone in an urban or suburban type environment, where you're limited to outdoor space the size of a yard or a patio, keeping pigs might not be practical.>>350730>"Renewable" energy has proven increasingly NOT renewable, when one plays out the overhead, cost of maintenance (especially including WITHOUT exception, fossil fuels).
Solar and wind are practical on a small scale in areas where there is a lot of sun and a lot of wind, but there are a lot of supply chain issues. The technology isn't scalable and it's definitely not self sustaining. If you live in Arizona, Colorado, parts of Texas, New Mexico, or maybe Wyoming, you can probably power your house on solar and be fine. That assumes you can still source the panels, plus whatever maintenance is required (never actually had a solar system so I don't know all the details of how it works). It makes absolutely no sense in most areas. Solar and wind are mainly useful for taking some of the load off of the existing grid but yeah, the idea of running an entire power grid off of sun and wind power without any fossil fuel inputs whatsoever is just flat-out impossible.
Electric cars are only really practical within cities, and you're right, there are a lot of hidden fossil fuel costs there as well. When you factor in the entire supply chain for all components necessary to manufacture an electric car (including the battery and all the stuff that needs to be mined in order to make the battery), I think I read somewhere that the carbon output required to manufacture a single Tesla is equivalent to driving an ordinary car about 60,000 miles.
>>350762>The technology isn't scalable and it's definitely not self sustaining.
This>Solar and wind are mainly useful for taking some of the load off of the existing grid but yeah, the idea of running an entire power grid off of sun and wind power without any fossil fuel inputs whatsoever is just flat-out impossible.
Imagine the need of stadium size batteries to accumulate power in night time or not favorable weather conditions.
>>350718>Next is the fact that, if one REALLY wants to get nutrition from bugs, dehydrated shells are not the way to go. Not promoting the idea, but living and/or fresh bugs would be much more viable than heavily processed masses of dried up carcasses, ostensibly labeled as 'safe',... just like the vaccine for example.>Not promoting the idea, but
Well, it looks like you are shilling for to feed humans with insects.
Sorry, but I like better the idea of to disarm the government, to make our own money and to seize the oligarchs' assets.
You're either dishonest, or stupid, if thats what you got from my post; the knee-jerk 'shilling' suggests the former, but I accept ot could be both.
What I said is factually correct, and what you're taking issue with is but a select portion of it.>take the oligarch's stuff
Is one to label you a commie shill, using your same lazy thought process?
>>350777>take the oligarch's stuff>Is one to label you a commie shill,
Nope. commies want to take the working class' stuff mainly, anon wants the actually (((oligarch))) stuff.
Dishonest and stupid confirmed
Reposting after utter burial in the Webm thread.
Seriously would it kill you to remake higher quality versions of these memes with fixed spelling and grammar?
>>350938>higher quality versions
Blurry quality is meant to try to evade the algorithm. The jews have a good system in place for classification and tracking. Why to make their wicked plans easier?
I forgot the mention, misspelled words are meant to fuck with the OCR algorithm up, but not always. Same for blurriness, sometimes memes are taken from screenshots.
Mispeelings might fuck with algorithms but they also get in the way of conveying the message effectively.
>Angela MERKEL at TAVISTOCK Institute, with Theresa MAY and Dalia Grybauskaite- IT'S ALL PLANNED from decades ago
B-but it is a conspiracy theory. /s
He who controls the past controls the future.
I don't see a major problem with this, tbh. Water filtration could take care of the waste, and it could conserve a lot of drinking water.
Also we need graywater treatment in this country. It's so wasteful how we flush our drinking water.
No, retard. They intend you to drink untreated shit. Have always did.
It's a shill. No human with an IQ above 50 will drink sanitized sewer.
>>351603>They intend you to drink untreated shit.
Where does it say that? Why would they do that?
It doesn't say "untreated" sewage anywhere. Drinking untreated sewage would kill you in a manner of ours.
These kikes don't want to kill you instantly: they want to slowly whittle you down over the years with phony "medicine" and processed foods so that you die once you reach middle age. They want you alive in your most productive years so you can keep paying taxes.>>351546>Part of the solution will be to reprocess the water that results from sewage treatment and turn it back into drinking water
See, it even says they intend to treat the waste water.
Of course, they could be lying like they always do, but what reason would they have to reroute sewage into drinking water when they already poison the water by adding chemicals to it.
It's more likely that they want to use the initiative to stary massive rebuilding projects that enable them to seize control of water infrastructure, so that they control the water and anyone who opposes them dies of thirst.
I remember seeing a YouTube video a couple of years ago that demonstrated a machine built by Microsoft. Basically you ran human waste through it (urine, feces, in other words raw sewage) and it extracted the moisture somehow, ran it through a purifier, and produced drinkable water. I imagine this is some variant on the same idea.
That's what I was thinking.
And if not for drinking water, it could be used for crop irrigation. Water is really expensive in some places, and some of the ways it's currently used are incredibly wasteful (such as in California; where they waste water to almost indulgent degrees thanks to the enormous share of the Colorado river they took for themselves in the Compact).
I'm not particularly afraid of methods like this expanding the amount of potable water that people have access to, but I think attention should be paid to their implementation. Their standard model is to promise people innovation and improvements to quality of life, and then quietly sell/steal people's access to their own infrastructure/resources. Look for who owns (or intends to own) the systems, rather than how the systems work.
>>351818>132 years ago where there were the same solar and lunar magnetic states
What the actual fuck is he talking about? I can't find what he's referring to anywhere.
I'm usually open to climate skeptics of all kinds, but this guy sounds like he's full of shit. Not the guy I would pick to represent conflicting opinions to the mainstream climate narrative.
Ikr. It's beyond retarded.
Furthermore, he doesn't substantiate his claims in any way. He doesn't bring up any studies that back what he says, doesn't refer to any other experts that corroborate his theory, and doesn't even mention a single statistic. He didn't say anything that would suggest that his theory is scientific in nature.
Heck, he didn't even put it in words how the "lunar magnetic state" affects the weather, or give any point of reference to what happened 132 years ago.
This kind of guy is a living caricature of a controlled-opposition retard installed to poison the well and make opposing narratives look bad by association.
I don't think the moon even has a magnetic field.
The sun certainly does, and solar flares could hypothetically effect our weather, but I've heard no evidence to suggest that it has recently.
This is my first time hearing an astrophysicist weigh in on weather patterns.
It would be more based of he presented it in a way that at least tried to look credible...
>>351852>at least tried to look credible
It is an "expert" after all. Why to believe the establishment's "experts" and not an independent one?
I didn't say I believe the establishment. I said this guy looks like he's full of shit, and didn't back up his argument with anything substantial.
At least establishment scientists typically cite statistics and refer to studies when they make claims. This guy's got nothing; he's a waste of time.
>>351855>I said this guy looks like he's full of shit, and didn't back up his argument with anything substantial.
Exactly the same with the establishment experts, but with a key difference, the propagandist experts have been caught over and over lying and their credibility is ruined.
Then what's the point of showing this guy? He's clearly an idiot.
Just because you agree with someone doesn't make them credible.
>>351859>He's clearly an idiot.
Just because you don't agree with someone doesn't make them not credible.
He did not say anything to make him agree credible.
And I do agree, for independent reasons. I just don't think he did any good job of supporting his claims of "lunar magnetic states" and their supposed effects on our weather. I say he's an idiot because the way he speaks indicates that he may not know what he's talking about.
Standard controlled opposition. A useful idiot to make the rest of us look bad by association.
He's not credible because he's saying the fucking phases of the moon change the temperature of the Earth.
Well, the guy is an astrophysicist which gives him more credentials than most of the TV "experts".
And moreso, he didn't even bother to say how or why.
Even his websites don't say anything coherent about his theories. What a hack.
I swear this retard has to be some glow-op plant.>>351869
So he's instantly credible just because he's a scientist?
Neil Degrass Tyson is an astrophysicist too. He makes stupid takes on Twitter all of the time. Just because he's an astrophysicist doesn't make him credible on the topic, especially when he doesn't back his arguments with any actual studies.
You are either doing a good job fucking with me, or completely insane. In either case, I guess I can't really be mad.
I'm just using Black Science Man as an example of how simply being an astrophysicist doesn't make him credible or correct.
Moar from Piers Corbyn - physicist, meteorologist, and elder brother of former UK Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn.>"Nothing To Do With Man" - Astrophysicist Says Climate-Cultists "Are On A Gravy Train" To Make Moneyhttps://www.zerohedge.com/weather/nothing-do-man-astrophysicist-says-climate-cultists-are-gravy-train-make-moneyhttps://twitter.com/ArtValley818_/status/1568338056943665154
Also he is repeating the same he already said in 2018, WITH SOURCES:>Piers Corbyn; There is No Such Thing as Man-Made Climate Change>Astrophysicist / Weather Forecaster Piers Corbyn explains the differences between his ideas and those of the CO2 crowd.>Corbyn says; "There is No Such Thing as Man-Made Climate Change".>He also mentions auto-compression and the work of Nikolov & Zeller.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4bLbM3lndAo
>Electric Cars - There is no such thing as zero emission cars, explained in 60 seconds
>Eagle found at the feet of a wind turbine, one of hundreds, every year
>A Norwegian endangered eagle is sacrificed, like so many others, on the alter of virtuous "clean energy". Imagine the (((media))) headlines if it died in an oil spill.
>Here is the Updated List of US-Based Food Manufacturing Plants Destroyed Under Biden Regime — You Can Now Participate and Add More Incidents on the Interactive Map>A Gateway Pundit reader sent us an updated list of US-based food manufacturing plants that were damaged from 2021 to 2022 under the Biden administration. These data were first published at Think Americana.https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2022/09/updated-list-us-based-food-manufacturing-plants-destroyed-biden-regime-can-now-participate-add-incidents-interactive-map/https://thinkamericana.com/heres-96-examples-that-the-food-shortages-are-being-created-not-predicted/
PDF (you need a Scribd, Jewgle or Jewbook account to download):https://www.scribd.com/document/593941898/List-of-FOOD-MEAT-GROCERY-ANIMALS-FARMS-AUTO-RX-MEDS-BUILDING-CHEMICALS-FUEL-WATER-ENERGY-DESTROYED-DAMAGED-2021-2022
>Naming More World Economic Forum Connections & The Guiding Force Behind The WEF Explained. https://www.bitchute.com/video/l0kAYF8scBHQ/
Naming the conspirators and some puppet masters.
Posters Appearing in Amsterdam, Holland.
It says a lot how the VIP attendance is not enthusiastic for freedom. Even I spotted a priest who was mild clapping, just to save face.
Soylent Green IS real meat though.
UN Secretary for Global Comms Melissa Fleming says they "own the science" on "climate change," and opposing viewpoints have now been pushed down in search results through their partnership with Google.
Google algorithms have never been reliable, even when they're not intentionally skewing them.
Chickens are amazing. They just keep laying eggs so long as you feed them. It's like an irl unlimited protein hack.
Goats are pretty cool, too. They turn grass into milk and shit out plant food.
>USDA Now Asking People to Register Their Vegetable Gardens for National Database>Why does the USDA want you to add your local vegetable garden to a national database?>In a move that has many folks scratching their heads, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has renewed its push for the People’s Garden Initiative which now includes registering vegetable gardens nationwide. According to the USDA, the move is to foster a "more diverse and resilient local food system to empower communities to address issues like nutrition access and climate change." But those who have been following the USDA closely for years know that they couldn't care less about your health and nutrition.>To register your garden with the USDA, one must meet several easily obtainable standards.https://thefreethoughtproject.com/the-state/usda-now-asking-people-to-register-their-vegetable-gardens-for-national-databasehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AeWzB6qFiiA
They are coming for the food.
This isn't mandatory though. I looks more like a voluntary surveys to catalog the agricultural products that Americans grow and consume, which is basically the USDA's job.
That is how begins. (((They))) are mapping density and prevalence to fine tune the suppression of land patches able to produce food independently from (((their))) oversight. Exactly as plotted by Agenda 21.
I wonder their social justice buzzword salad will be enough to get naive boomers to partake in their registry.
Next they'll want me to register my cum jars as biological weapons.
>>353477>Next they'll want me to register my cum jars as biological weapons.
If you watch >>353412 →
that is exactly what the jews have in storage. They will create fictitious new pandemics from the thin air in order to tight the screws on all known freedoms.
Idk about that, tbh. It looks pretty normal to me.
No doubt, if you are not redpilled.
It doesn't surprise me. They're already trying create some sort of dystopian social credit systems where one's social media behavior and politics influence the finances.
Whatever. My easily weaponized cum jars will only appreciate in value.
Ah the amusemen to label all indoctrination buildings as 'vegetable gardens' or various deez nuts punchlines.
I think 4 years of Trump destroyed their plans. Now I think they got him under control so he can be controlled opposition. I don't trust anyone in that style of power not to get influenced by (((them)))
I don't think Trump really changed that much since before his presidency, tbh. A lot of /pol/ acts disappointed, but he didn't really do that much that he wasn't open about in his campaign.
Nigger, he's ridiculously kiked and always has been. He was always controlled opposition.
So Agenda 21 was the clot shot/plandemic. What will agenda 2030 be like?
Probably another half-assed poorly executed plan made by megalomaniacs with liberal arts degrees.
I bet they wanted to orchestrate a financial crash and blame it on cryptocurrency, but they can't because the economy's too fucked. Anything that fucks billionaires over would get the masses cheering at this point.
Whats happening right now is there are so many different 'great reset' plans... governments and the agencies controlling governments are vying and literally warring over who's reset plans actually get to happen.
Shit that's depressing.
Yeah, and there's just nothing you can do, except waiting and hoping they make a big, fatal mistake.
Like, if you just wait they will continue with their plan and if you fight them, they will have an excuse to limit even more freedom, (and the people will just accept it).
It's really like being an old man, who waits till he finally dies.
You can still prepare for the apocalypse and redpill people. That's still fun.
>>356083>Still thinks he can grasp what these kikes are doing after being bamboozled for the millionth time.
You are a dumb nigger.
You are the blackest retard gorilla nigger I have ever seen.
>>356084>except waiting and hoping they make a big, fatal mistake.
Unless the mistake wipes out humanity, that would just mean one of the competing plans would absorb the power vacuum.
>>356128>Unless the mistake wipes out humanity,
Sounds like one of the best possible outcomes.
Don't be cucked, white men were meant to rule the universe. Without us there is only kikery and decay. We created dogs, damn it. Every animal could be as perfect as dogs if not for the Jews.
Don't be so narrow-minded. It would also be a possible new beginning. A rejuvenation of our world.
I just wanna live in the Iron Age, do hunting and live free in the woods with my big-ass family. All that is not possible in this world right now and won't be in the future. So I say blow it up and start another round.>>356144
Sounds cool. I love irony and this would be pretty ironic.
What kind of rejuvenation would come from humanity bring wiped out?
Everything man had build will fall. Forest will regrow and a new man shall rise; hardened and fulfilled trough the primitive life.
A world full of life (full of animals and plants) and not a life behind lifeless concrete.
This shall be the "great rejunevation".
My big plan to stop the mole people from kidnapping my firstborn. Or at least stop them from surveilling my bedroom.
There's an argument to be made that Man was not ready for civilization. Ever since the dawn of agriculture the evolutionary pressures that brought forth the white race, have been greatly diminished. IQ's have increased in developed countries. This is of course, the Flynn effect, A.K.A:>living in comparatively better conditions after three-thousand years of unhealthy civilization.
Before this increase tho. Our brains have shrinked relative to those of the Cro-Magnon. Even Norseman have yet to reach the cranial capacity of their ancestors.
Hence the "unhealthiness" of most civilizations. Human self-domestication is a reality.
ever do any driving other than just going to and from work? There are forests, plains, mountains, and many other lush tracts of land that are just 20-40 minutes away from your house. If you're tired of looking at the concrete forest, just spend a day on the weekend going to the closest literal
forest that exists. It's not that hard.
Why do retards act like they are "required" to spend their entire lives living in the cities without spending, at least, one or two days a month getting OUT
of the city or wherever you live?
You missed the point of that picture.
We used to live in nature, not everyone especially in a forest, but in it's local equivalent. We worked there, slept there, died there. - We lived there.
Now going to a forest is degraded to a past-time activity, most of the time, people dwell in cities and it's psychological and physiological consequences are a problem. It makes man weak.
To simply take a walk in the forest after work, or at the weekend, isn't the real-deal.
>>356224>We used to live in nature
No, "we" haven't. For the past 6000+ years of recorded history, people have lived in cities. The only difference between today and centuries ago is that our buildings are made of concrete and have utilities like electricity, as opposed to our ancestors living in buildings made of clay and being illuminated by candle/sun light.
>>356225>No, "we" haven't. For the past 6000+ years of recorded history, people have lived in cities.
And it has been fairly detrimental. See >>356151
Yes, having running water, instant medical care, and access to all of the world's knowledge has been "detrimental" to humanity.
What is a city for?
Evolution is shaped by a crude tool: Failure.
How can a well designed society define success and ensure they outbreed the failures?
Lose sight of that and civilizations sabotage their potential by keeping too many useless eaters alive.
And for the past 6000+ years of blablabla, cities have been a breeding ground of degeneration and decay.
Cities will minimize the struggle of survival and therefore cut away the need to develop smart and big-brained children.
Look at the arctic-people - No cities there, hard struggle for survival = Biggest brains.>>356228
>>356228>What is a city for?
A port for trade, the headquarter for regional development, a centralized location for knowledge and learning, the location with a specific resource is found to be plentiful, and/or sometimes just a place that someone thinks looks pretty.>How can a well designed society define success and ensure they outbreed the failures?
Free market>>356231>cities have been a breeding ground of degeneration and decay
You could say the same about the forests in Europe with the pagans, and the deserts in Africa with the niggers, and the plains in America with the Indians. Degeneracy and decay happen everywhere.>Cities will minimize the struggle of survival
Which is why cities can go hungry in less than a week if all of their imports are cut off.>Look at the arctic-people - No cities there, hard struggle for survival = Biggest brains.
What civilization and knowledge did they develop beyond just igloos and fur trade? Being "smart" doesn't do jack unless you actually use it for something.
I never thought I could resonate with Anarcho-primitivists. But I guess it was just a matter of time.
Techno-utopias are as retarded as commie utopias.
No matter what happens. It is always harder to create than it is to destroy. Technology will destroy itself. And it is the desirable outcome. It is technology's regulation system.>>356232>What civilization and knowledge did they develop beyond just igloos and fur trade?
Except the last Ice Age was the single greatest evolutive pressure that forged the white man into existence.