The Great Reset

Septextura

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This Occidental Eastern Orthodox priest is talking about Jesuit trained globalist Klaus Schwab's new book, while reading Calvinist Charles Spurgeon in his spare time (those little gold trimmed green books on his shelf). Josiah is complaining about online culture as he's recording himself on YouTube, addressing thousands of strangers worldwide. He complains about online learning but the video ends with advertisement of his online teaching courses.


So this paradigmatic mess got me curious. What is "The Great Reset?"
 
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Thistle

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My understanding is it's a socialism for thee, but not for me. They want to rejigger the world economy to exclude 99% of all the people. Think of it as feudalism making it's long awaited comeback.
 

Septextura

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My understanding is it's a socialism for thee, but not for me. They want to rejigger the world economy to exclude 99% of all the people. Think of it as feudalism making it's long awaited comeback.

I thought it was about digital money, internet of things, industrial revolution 4.0, low sovereignty of nations vs global organizations, transhumanism, ecology something something. Why is a global pandemic needed to 'reset' the economy? To me it seems the lowly masses will comply with just about anything without much pushback.
 

Thistle

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I thought it was about digital money, internet of things, industrial revolution 4.0, low sovereignty of nations vs global organizations, transhumanism, ecology something something. Why is a global pandemic needed to 'reset' the economy? To me it seems the lowly masses will comply with just about anything without much pushback.
Somehow Americans have been scared into letting our government violate all our constitutional rights. Without a bill of rights, you're really not in a position to stop the government from doing anything. So if they want you to have no personal property, which is part of this program, what are you going to do? It's just like feudalism you live on the lord's land. And it restores they great old world relic the class system cementing the Mark Zuckerbergs and the Nancy Palosi's of the world in place, and we can petition them for the bon bon's the fall from their freezer.
 

Septextura

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Somehow Americans have been scared into letting our government violate all our constitutional rights. Without a bill of rights, you're really not in a position to stop the government from doing anything. So if they want you to have no personal property, which is part of this program, what are you going to do? It's just like feudalism you live on the lord's land. And it restores they great old world relic the class system cementing the Mark Zuckerbergs and the Nancy Palosi's of the world in place, and we can petition them for the bon bon's the fall from their freezer.

You can't have any form of economy without private property. Even socialism, feudalism and slavery have it.
 

Thistle

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You can't have any form of economy without private property. Even socialism, feudalism and slavery have it.
No, like the tenant peasants of feudalism you will rent everything from your master. You will rent your cloths, your transportation, your tooth brush, you name it.
 

Septextura

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No, like the tenant peasants of feudalism you will rent everything from your master. You will rent your cloths, your transportation, your tooth brush, you name it.

Digital money and super efficient hyper mass scale production, yet we'll rent jeans and toothbrushes from feudal lords? I'm not seeing it.
 

Harry Leggs

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This Occidental Eastern Orthodox priest is talking about Jesuit trained globalist Klaus Schwab's new book, while reading Calvinist Charles Spurgeon in his spare time (those little gold trimmed green books on his shelf). Josiah is complaining about online culture as he's recording himself on YouTube, addressing thousands of strangers worldwide. He complains about online learning but the video ends with advertisement of his online teaching courses.

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So this paradigmatic mess got me curious. What is "The Great Reset?"
One would have to read the book to find out what the authors mean by great reset. All i can offer by way of of recent history is Hillary Clinton and her reset button with the Ruskies. As i undersand, they have it on display somewhere, probably considered a running joke. I am certainly not going to read the book since there is plenty on my list. These guys are secular flakes, lost men, utopians. Promising freedom while slaves to corruption. Their mouths are open graves.
 

Septextura

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One would have to read the book to find out what the authors mean by great reset. All i can offer by way of of recent history is Hillary Clinton and her reset button with the Ruskies. As i undersand, they have it on display somewhere, probably considered a running joke. I am certainly not going to read the book since there is plenty on my list. These guys are secular flakes, lost men, utopians. Promising freedom while slaves to corruption. Their mouths are open graves.

Utopia might be the right word. Jesuits selling Tommaso Campanella's City of the sun and Joachim of Fiore's Third Age in the shape of religion and morals free transhumanist smart cities run by technocratic presbuteroi.

I'm still waiting for the flying cars.
 

Thistle

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They just want their carbon taxes and digital fiat currencies implemented to get even more wealthy. The rest is progressivist fantasy.
Well, they had us shipping all our wealth to China for about thirty years. So they are not entirely harmless.
 

Septextura

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Well, they had us shipping all our wealth to China for about thirty years. So they are not entirely harmless.

They moved production where labor was cheaper. That's how liberal capitalism works when unrestricted globally.

If a government restrains them you get fascism. If a government owns them you get communism.

In most cases, fascists discouraged or banned foreign trade, supporting protectionism. Fascists believed that too much international trade would make the national economy dependent on international capital and therefore vulnerable to international economic sanctions.
 

Septextura

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Interesting.

Liberalization and Opus Dei
In 1954, Franco abandoned the corporative system in favour of free market reforms implemented by economic technocrats. Many of these technocrats were members of Opus Dei, a Roman Catholic lay group to which Franco had given powerful positions within the Ministry of Finance and Economics.[140] The reforms of the 1950s were a huge success and Spain experienced a period of rapid economic growth known as the "Spanish Miracle", continuing until Franco's death in 1975. During this period, tourism became an important part of the Spanish economy. Although the corporatist organs and rhetoric from the earlier years of the Franco regime were maintained, they now played a secondary role. Spain's economy was further liberalized by the Spanish transition to democracy following Franco's death.
 

Thistle

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They moved production where labor was cheaper. That's how liberal capitalism works when unrestricted globally.

If a government restrains them you get fascism. If a government owns them you get communism.
We had a law in the Clinton Administration that prevented us from selling technology to China that was potentially a threat to US defense. The Randy family made a big contribution to Bill Clinton, and he got rid of that law, whereupon we sent them the technology that they now use in their ICBM's that are aimed at us. Did Bill Clinton save us from fascism?
 
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