Our guest Professor Salim Mansur predicts “a very bleak future” thanks to a breakdown of trust in our institutions and to the erosion of trust between individuals.
On the doorstep of a dystopian future that has struck fear into the minds and hearts of millions, the general prognosis is that things will get worse – before they get worse! That is, unless more people become aware of how they are being influenced and controlled by those behind Agenda 21 and the Great Reset.
Perhaps the most successful strategy employed by the powers behind Agenda 21 and the Great Reset is the ‘smart tyranny’ so smartly introduced through the use of smartphones. This technology, instead of bringing people closer together has contributed to the “atomization” of individuals who can then be manipulated by a technocracy determined to control every aspect of human life, suggests Salim.
Thanks to continuous lockdowns, mandated injections and masking, the destruction of our economies and of the currencies that make commerce possible, the fake-news media, and demands that everyone must carry ‘vaccine passports,’ the necessary trust upon which free societies are based has all but disappeared. This is no accident, but intentional.
One of the key objectives of the Great Reset is to replace an economy based on ‘production’ with one based on ‘behavior’ – behavior that will be accordingly rewarded or punished by the technocracy controlling the ‘social credit’ points that will replace cash and credit. It would be, quite literally, a dystopia.
The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines dystopia as “an imaginary place where people are unhappy and usually afraid because they are not treated fairly” while “the meaning of dystopian is of, relating to, or being an imagined world or society in which people lead dehumanized fearful lives.”
Sound familiar? Right now, this “imaginary” dystopia describes the ideal society ‘imagined’ by the ‘Great Resetters’ – one that they intend to make very real by first destroying the glue binding a free society together: the mutual trust of its members. So it should not be surprising that those promoting tyranny should also wish to destroy the very concept of money as a means of storing wealth or exchanging values.
“So long as men live together on earth and need means to deal with one another – their only substitute, if they abandon money, is the muzzle of a gun,” wrote Ayn Rand in her essay titled “The Meaning of Money.” And “the muzzle of a gun” is precisely the principle upon which all ‘social credit’ schemes do indeed operate.
This demonstrates why money is not ‘the root of all evil’ as so many insist, but the root of all good; it also explains why the evil forces of tyranny are so obsessed with eliminating money and with destroying wealth.
Just as trust is the real currency that makes money possible, so too, trust is the real currency that makes freedom possible.
Until more people get this Just Right by learning to trust again, we’ll increasingly experience the dystopian horrors that are inevitable under tyrannical technocracies.
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