Sorry Aspiring Masters: You Don’t Personal Us


How are issues? How is that Nice Reset going? Sadly, it’s going. It’s going and going. And sure, shockingly, they’re beginning to timidly criticize the COVID injections within the mainstream media now — OMG — however it’s solely as a result of they need to distract us with a dialog as they’re rolling out the CBDC, the social credit score scores, and different joys of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

Yay, Common Digital Funds Community

Pink Date Know-how, an organization headquartered in Hong Kong, that had closed a “landmark ‘collection A’ funding” in June 2021, is now seemingly on the forefront of the 4IR.

In case you might be questioning, that specific funding spherical was “led by Prosperity7 Ventures (the diversified development fund of Aramco Ventures), and Hong Kong-based blockchain funding agency Kenetic. Different contributors embody Financial institution Pictet (Switzerland), investing on behalf of its shoppers, and Bangkok Financial institution.”

A couple of curious highlights: Aramco Ventures is “the company venturing arm of Aramco, a world main built-in vitality and chemical compounds firm.” Banque Pictet is taken into account to be a “secretive” financial institution for the richest individuals.

So, provided that Pink Date Know-how is seemingly out to dominate the buddying CBDC market, the inquiring minds need to know: Are we, the lowly peasants of this world, altering house owners on this “multipolar new world order,” or are we probably not altering house owners, and it’s only a change in decorations?

In line with Monetary Specific, “on January 19, 2023, Pink Date Know-how unveiled the Common Digital Fee Community (UDPN) on the World Financial Discussion board (WEF), 2023, assembly in Davos, Switzerland. It’s believed that UDPN is a distributed ledger know-how (DLT) platform, that might fulfil the identical goal in distinction to SWIFT community for banks, however for stablecoins and CBDCs. [emphasis mine].” As reported by Finextra:

“A Common Digital Funds Community (UDPN) for stablecoins and Central Financial institution Digital Currencies (CBDCs) was launched on the World Financial Discussion board (WEF) in Davos. The community goals to offer interoperability between these digital currencies.

UDPN has been in growth for the final two years with contributions from GFT, Pink Date Know-how, TOKO, and DLA Piper. A sandbox was launched in July of 2022, the place a number of banks have been actively testing stablecoin switch and FX transactions.

The community was launched at Davos with a panel discussing the quickly evolving digital forex, interoperability, and infrastructure. The panel included representatives from Deutsche Financial institution, HSBC, Commonplace Chartered, The Financial institution of East Asia, and Akbank.”

For historic document, right now, on January 23, 2023, this new budding world chief has 78 followers on their model new Twitter. Solely time will inform what is going to occur with this venture down the street however what is obvious is that the nice resetters are stubbornly pushing. They swap determine heads, they democratically flip off feedback all over the place — however they preserve pushing.

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The Golden Goose of the Annual COVID Injection

In the meantime, regardless that the MSM is now timidly criticizing the COVID photographs, “the FDA is contemplating a serious shift within the nation’s COVID-19 vaccine technique,” adopting an strategy comparable to what’s used for the flu vaccine, “with annual updates to match no matter pressure of the virus is circulating. the situation of anonymity as a result of they weren’t approved to talk publicly.”

On January 23, 2023, “the FDA outlined it publicly in a set of paperwork launched upfront of a gathering Thursday of the company’s Vaccine and Associated Organic Merchandise Advisory Committee (VRBPAC).”

“Below the brand new strategy, most individuals could be suggested to easily get regardless of the newest model of the vaccine is yearly every fall just like the flu vaccine. They would not have to fret about what number of photographs they’ve already gotten and which one they acquired when. Those that nonetheless have to obtain two doses initially, resembling younger youngsters and older individuals, would use the identical formulation for all three photographs.”

And why not. Right here is Bourla saying that there was “not a single” security sign. I suppose, the larger the lie, the extra assured the tone of the liar, proper?

Extra Hubris From DAVOS

“We don’t have superb mind knowledge units proper now … would you share your mind knowledge?” These have been the phrases pronounced on the DAVOS session titled, “Reworking Drugs, Redefining Life” (audio system: Pranjal Sharma, Megan Palmer, Nita A. Farahany, Kuldeep Singh Rajput).

And right here, for extra of the identical nonsense, is a blast from the previous: a DAVOS 2015 session on “rewriting human genes.”

And you understand what’s fascinating? It’s the truth that what’s standing between us and the Fourth Industrial Revolution is one thing as fundamental because the readability of our pondering. With out that readability, with out that grounding in actuality, individuals fall prey to nonsense like this.

As soon as it’s repeated typically sufficient, lots of people might probably begin believing that sharing their mind knowledge is accountable habits, and that rewriting human genes is a good suggestion. It’s as a result of resisting the propaganda — going in opposition to the grain — is figure, and typically, individuals select to persuade themselves that their abusive chief is an effective chief.

And whereas an entire lot of individuals can not stand the center of the characters at Davos, there are a lot of nonetheless who’re afraid to face the music and admit to themselves that we’re dominated by conmen. Which we’re. We’re dominated by conmen.

A Beloved Chief Does Not Equal a Benevolent Chief

Everyone knows that the recognition of a given chief doesn’t equal his authenticity or good intention. In actual fact, confirmed tyrants and stealth political thieves alike have a method of throwing fog into individuals’s eyes and complicated the “plenty,” typically to the impact of being quickly adored foolish by humongous crowds of individuals.

For instance, Fauci, for some time, was a hero of the American “educated.” Hitler was well-liked in Germany. Stalin was well-liked within the Soviet Union. In my outdated homeland, individuals who liked Stalin — which was plenty of widespread individuals — all the time made excuses for him, saying that if he did one thing incorrect, then somebody had absolutely suggested him incorrect or misled him. When Stalin died, individuals have been grieving like he was their member of the family.

In actual fact, individuals traveled from distant villages to Moscow to mourn at Stalin’s funeral, and a few have been trampled to dying by the mourning crowd.

Why the love for the tyrants? That’s as a result of with no robust religious backbone and with no clear situational consciousness, individuals are inclined to cling to symbols and resent any try to “unaddict” them. Symbols are fakeable with relative ease. Complicated the soul is more durable however the tyrants are masters of confusion — and in addition to, they’re working with the clay of multigeneration confusion and trauma.

An Instance of Profitable Propaganda: Soviet Lenin “Folklore”

After I was a child rising up within the USSR, Lenin “folklore” was an entire particular style of kids’s books. There have been most likely dozens of well-liked youngsters’s books depicting the adventures of younger Lenin, the little boy Lenin (who as a boy was not Lenin however Ulyanov), a really particular, very distinctive little boy with a full head of curly hair.

In actual fact, there was a wildly well-liked on the time youngsters’s poem that went like this: “When Lenin was just a bit boy with curly hair …” Then it went one thing concerning the icy hills and the normal Russian winter boots and different symbols of the candy childhood of the long run hero.

To make it much more symbolic, the canonical picture of younger Lenin — the portrait that every one youthful youngsters knew of their sleep and wore on their purple star-shaped little buttons hooked up to their college uniforms — was cherubic. After all, on the time, all faith was prohibited, and so the cherubic picture of younger Lenin was the closest we might get to angels.

I personally wrote one among my very first poems about Lenin, how he was the dearest factor ever. My robo-poems about Lenin have been written sincerely, from the kid’s coronary heart’s want to please the holders of affection, the adults — and to earn the love of the adults by saying all the fitting phrases.

As a preschooler, I talked to Lenin in my head after I felt misunderstood or wronged or lonely for any motive. Certainly, the propaganda was fairly intense after I was a child within the Soviet Union. Which is all to say, the propaganda was working.

After all, in actuality, Lenin was a power-hungry political maniac and a terrorist correct whose technique was, for instance, to faux to tolerate some expert bourgeoisie whereas their abilities have been helpful to the brand new Soviet state, after which do away with them later. However the mythological character of Lenin was a substitute for faith, and a placeholder for the innate non secular feeling.

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Yakovenko E.B. 1969

And so, individuals liked him. At the very least, those that didn’t know higher, liked him. A paradox? Perhaps but additionally the norm. Folks want beliefs, and when genuine position fashions are amiss, individuals love liars. Talking of liars:

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What Can We Do? The place Do We Go From Now?

A very powerful factor we will do shouldn’t be really feel helpless. They’re bullies, and they’re doing what bullies all the time do, bullying. I’d say that crucial factor we will do — in addition to praying and being courageous — is constructing relationships and networks, in a most foundational, genuine sense of it (not soulless networks to make use of others however networks the place we will shield one another and depend on one another).

Within the thick of the USSR, when the newspapers printed nonsense (very like right now), and the cabinets on the shops have been empty, what stored many individuals afloat of their on a regular basis lives was relationships, human heat, free-form barter, and counting on one another. And us right now, it doesn’t matter what they do, we nonetheless have one another.

The previous three years have introduced out plenty of religious magnificence, plenty of fact, plenty of braveness. Sorry, aspiring masters. You don’t personal us.

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