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"The Great Reset" - it has a name.

"The Great Reset" seems to be a meme but has competing visions behind it. Some want a kinder, more inclusive stakeholder capitalism, and some, to me, are aware that change is apparently coming and wish to preserve their position and privileges.

To my mind the most likely Reset will be announced on the Friday evening of a bank Holiday weekend and herald in the introduction of the New Pound/Dollar etc - all backed by physical Gold.

On Tuesday morning your bank accounts will have been converted but don't worry since this will not affect the value of the Pound in your pocket.

Bitcoin - grand as long as it's fungible and the lights stay on.
The reset is already happening and it isn't from that lot. It isn't from the underclass or disenfranchised either. It's a combination of China and one lot of elites getting it right up the other lot, whilst proclaiming that they're doing for the masses. Nothing new there then.
 
BTW, what happened to the bitcoin thread? It seems to have gone very quiet. Have all the posters made vast fortunes beyond the wildest dreams of King Croesus's fund manager and retired surrounded by their riches?
Probably all down the Bitcoin mines in a subterranean re-run of the Klondike.
 

Joe_Private

On ROPS
On ROPs
Always good to have context and original source don't you think?


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Only had a quick scan but worth reading in full I think.

Their website is also quite informative. It says this, amongst other things:-

"In our public debates, it seems that we no longer just disagree. We reject each other’s premises and doubt each other’s motives. We question each other’s character. We block our ears to diverse perspectives."

That is a chillingly accurate account of how debates on this site have become, and it's both sides of the argument doing it, though for some Arrsers, it's the default position.

What I would note about their arguments however, is this. They say there aren't two groups, them and us, but seven. Have a quick look at the précis of those groups here, Britain’s Choice, More in Common’s new report on the UK
and decide where you think you belong. So what occurs to me is that, I could be in more than one of those 7 groups, and I think most people would think the same way, though obviously not put themselves in the same groups as me, but the way they have split them, if you group the first four together and the last three together, not only do you have a 50/50 split, you have probably split the groups into the ones you think you might belong to, and the ones you think you don't belong to. So what they are actually doing is playing divide and rule, only they've split it so that the Left wing bleeding heart liberal fucktards have four groups, and the XRW Nazis only have three.
 
Their website is also quite informative. It says this, amongst other things:-

"In our public debates, it seems that we no longer just disagree. We reject each other’s premises and doubt each other’s motives. We question each other’s character. We block our ears to diverse perspectives."

That is a chillingly accurate account of how debates on this site have become, and it's both sides of the argument doing it, though for some Arrsers, it's the default position.

What I would note about their arguments however, is this. They say there aren't two groups, them and us, but seven. Have a quick look at the précis of those groups here, Britain’s Choice, More in Common’s new report on the UK
and decide where you think you belong. So what occurs to me is that, I could be in more than one of those 7 groups, and I think most people would think the same way, though obviously not put themselves in the same groups as me, but the way they have split them, if you group the first four together and the last four together, not only do you have a 50/50 split, you have probably split the groups into the ones you think you might belong to, and the ones you think you don't belong to. So what they are actually doing is playing divide and rule, only they've split it so that the Left wing bleeding heart liberal fucktards have four groups, and the XRW Nazis only have three.
Before reading that tripe I would have placed myself in the 17% of "Loyal Nationals" until I read I'm also " frustrated about the gap between the haves and the have-nots."

I'm happy(ish) with my lot as I've worked damned hard for it. The only ones I dislike are those at the extreme top end of the scale that think they're better than everyone below them (not all in that bracket are like that) and those at the other end of the scale that can't be arrsed to work and believe they are owed a living off the blood, sweat and tears of those who have worked to get where they are.

That probably then puts me into the 18% as a Disengaged Traditionalist although I have some things in common with the Backbone Conservatives despite most of my life being a hard line Labour supporter.

What this tells me is whoever dreamed up these categories is either pushing an agenda or has no real idea of what people believe in.
 
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I've been watching quite a bit of this chap.

 
Their website is also quite informative. It says this, amongst other things:-

"In our public debates, it seems that we no longer just disagree. We reject each other’s premises and doubt each other’s motives. We question each other’s character. We block our ears to diverse perspectives."

That is a chillingly accurate account of how debates on this site have become, and it's both sides of the argument doing it, though for some Arrsers, it's the default position.

What I would note about their arguments however, is this. They say there aren't two groups, them and us, but seven. Have a quick look at the précis of those groups here, Britain’s Choice, More in Common’s new report on the UK
and decide where you think you belong. So what occurs to me is that, I could be in more than one of those 7 groups, and I think most people would think the same way, though obviously not put themselves in the same groups as me, but the way they have split them, if you group the first four together and the last three together, not only do you have a 50/50 split, you have probably split the groups into the ones you think you might belong to, and the ones you think you don't belong to. So what they are actually doing is playing divide and rule, only they've split it so that the Left wing bleeding heart liberal fucktards have four groups, and the XRW Nazis only have three.
Yeah, agree with lots of that....nothing is set in stone regarding groups mind, I'm a left leaning ex Conservative voter who wouldn't touch Corbyn with a shitty stick and the jury is still our on Starmer. They go into more detail on each group here: Britain’s Choice, More in Common’s new report on the UK
 
There will be changes. No doubt if it - but.....

I listen with an initially open mind to these diatribes , which start with a sensible, cautionary premise and then extrude it beyond reason, formulaically building up to, then tripping, the "Lizard Overlords already among us" switches as neatly as a tick-box checklist.

All I take from it is that these brave internet souls want their 'told you so' moment of credibility before taking their up their role as described in the many thousand turgid pages of Ron Hubbard's literary endeavours.

This paranoia happens at pretty much this stage in every plague and epidemic throughout history.


(Also Ray Mears for the win)
 
Probably all down the Bitcoin mines in a subterranean re-run of the Klondike.

Miners!
Don't give the labour Party any ideas, please.
 

aardvark64

War Hero
I thought
Miners!
Don't give the labour Party any ideas, please.
Thought you had to be over 18 to go down the pits these days?
 
If it's based on Social Media, don't worry - that's just global remainer types whining...

(Funny enough the same types contributing towards WEF, World Bank, etc)

And don't forget that progressive activists won the general election for Magic Grandpa twice
 
Commoners beware, papers pleez



Imagine being told to get what amounts to an experimental vaccine...or be held captive.
What next, seizing of property and assets, burning of human rights, concentration camps?
I suppose the body count could be spun as "Deaths from COVID-19"

<<<Wah shields up>>>
How do you sell this to an electorate?
<<<Wah shields down>>>

Who the hell gave these unelected people the right to force draconian shit like this on the people of the world, I suspect Civil unrest on a global scale is inbound, with or without a lockdown and with plenty of identity hiding masks.

Where are the liberal voices on this, they always harp on about nasty ID schemes, They appear to be silent in the lamestream, how strange.
 

ericthellama

War Hero
While I recognise that this thread is stuffed with tin-foil hattery, which has accellerated its slippery path to the Hole, there is a great deal of reliable information on the interweb from the UN and World Economic Forum that is very open about this process. Like many things in life, these changes often happen at a glacial pace, so we don't notice them, but this at least is in the open, has been adopted by many influenctial organisations, and proceeds quietly in the background with the key influencers engaged.

The Covid situation, being a global event, provides the perfect backdrop to accelerate what is an openly published agenda. You don't change the world with revolutions, which are far too messy and inconvenient for the proles, but you do it over generations, educating each generation to accept each stage as their starting point. You re-write and re-interpret history carefully and incrementally (so easy in the digital age) so nobody notices. The older generation is scoffed at for its perceived sins and ignorance, and new generations progress with sparkling eyes toward the promised utopian future.

We are so used to the trivia in the printed and mainstream media that these background agendas, which are far too complex to analyse in sound-bites, roll on quietly in the background. Joe Public is so far removed from these seats of influence that they seem almost incomprehensible. Yet they form the much broader backdrop to so many national political decisions in the West that they just slide on unnoticed.

During the Obama years, the American tin-foil hatters were frothing at the mouth about the way in which huge warehouses were apparently being converted into detention centres, all ready for the gun owners to be rounded up. It was funny to watch. But of course they were being created, just not for the purpose that the conspiracy theorists imagined. That's where the photos of the illegal migrants were taken. So it's not a conspiracy, it's not secret, and it is founded on a broad range of reasonably credible climate and social projections. It's just not the choice that many of us would make for our futures.

 

endure

GCM
Commoners beware, papers pleez



Imagine being told to get what amounts to an experimental vaccine...or be held captive.
You do realise that countries have always had regulations regarding entrance and vaccinations? It didn't start last week. It used to look like this...

ivcp-example-v2.png



There's even a downloadable chart giving vaccination requirements for different countries...


 
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While I recognise that this thread is stuffed with tin-foil hattery, which has accellerated its slippery path to the Hole, there is a great deal of reliable information on the interweb from the UN and World Economic Forum that is very open about this process. Like many things in life, these changes often happen at a glacial pace, so we don't notice them, but this at least is in the open, has been adopted by many influenctial organisations, and proceeds quietly in the background with the key influencers engaged.

The Covid situation, being a global event, provides the perfect backdrop to accelerate what is an openly published agenda. You don't change the world with revolutions, which are far too messy and inconvenient for the proles, but you do it over generations, educating each generation to accept each stage as their starting point. You re-write and re-interpret history carefully and incrementally (so easy in the digital age) so nobody notices. The older generation is scoffed at for its perceived sins and ignorance, and new generations progress with sparkling eyes toward the promised utopian future.

We are so used to the trivia in the printed and mainstream media that these background agendas, which are far too complex to analyse in sound-bites, roll on quietly in the background. Joe Public is so far removed from these seats of influence that they seem almost incomprehensible. Yet they form the much broader backdrop to so many national political decisions in the West that they just slide on unnoticed.

During the Obama years, the American tin-foil hatters were frothing at the mouth about the way in which huge warehouses were apparently being converted into detention centres, all ready for the gun owners to be rounded up. It was funny to watch. But of course they were being created, just not for the purpose that the conspiracy theorists imagined. That's where the photos of the illegal migrants were taken. So it's not a conspiracy, it's not secret, and it is founded on a broad range of reasonably credible climate and social projections. It's just not the choice that many of us would make for our futures.


Mars, I've seen that film Arnie...Recall, say no more

Sod virtual trips to Mars, I want to virtually shag famous fit birds
 

Blogg

LE
One of the "big" ideas is that as populations become more prosperous birth rate falls. Which is an observable truth in the West and China.

Thus if West becomes less of a wealth magnet and all the shitholes of the world become richer, the population growth will level out! Huzzah! Saved!

Say economic and environmental theorists who have never been to Africa, india or LatAm other than inside limos, 5 star hotels and dealing with ruling elites who smile broadly and tell them what a wonderful idea that would be....
 

AlienFTM

MIA
Book Reviewer
You do realise that countries have always had regulations regarding entrance and vaccinations? It didn't start last week. It used to look like this...

View attachment 518185


There's even a downloadable chart giving vaccination requirements for different countries...


I have in my possession a number of such certificates required for my family to enter Colombia. Without being arrsed to dig them out, it made me laugh that my brother, aged 18 months, needed to be certified free from syphilis or mental disorders.
 
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