This was an October post, but I thought it more appropriate now as people are becoming more aware of the imminence of the introduction of the Great Reset.
The naïve idealists who bought into the man-made-warming scam, which itself had the dual purpose of promoting a climate of fear whilst enriching its proponents, will again seek to push the Great Reset narrative. In their naivety and enthusiasm, they will see only good in the promised nirvana; an opportunity to pursue their utopian goals of a Garden of Eden populated by 7.8 billion happy people, working together in blissful harmony.
There will be few employed in wealth producing activities and they will likely be shunned as a necessary evil. Unfortunately, the blissful world they promise, where nobody owns anything, and the state leases everything to them, is like Stalin’s collectivization of agriculture. Here millions of small farmers were eliminated in favour of the “300%” more productive state farms. The disastrous consequence of the socialist policies was some 40 million deaths, mainly from starvation. The Great Reset has the advantage of modern technology. Farmers will be redundant, as the age of the machine takes over. All crops will be GMO, Monsanto sprayed, and heavily dosed with fertiliser to increase yields. The soil will lose its biodiversity and become barren. Growth will come from fertilisers and probably reprocessed water.
The soil will quickly lose all its nutrients, hence the food you eat will lack most of the minerals you need to be heathy. Being healthy will certainly not be an objective of the Great Reset. They won’t want older people cluttering up the world and they will want the younger ones to be sick enough to feed the insatiable Big Pharma and medical establishment money machines.
Will any good come of it? Certainly, the rich elite will become richer, the power-obsessed politicians will get absolute power, there will be no more war, but millions more will die from many causes.