Humanity is hanging on the edge of a pretty steep cliff right now when it comes to real property and basic freedoms we were born with. The events of Canada Convoy have shown us the face of our leaders and their dirty tools (aka the police) and trust around the world is probably at its lowest levels in a long time.
There's an interesting short clip on Twitter from a Joe Rogan podcast, now deleted from Spotify, where his interviewer was showing him "proof" that almost all world leaders are selected by the World Economic Forum.
It was also the World Economic Forum where the mentally ill Klaus Schwab presented his own-nothing-and-be-happy-era agenda that should become a reality in just a few years. I hope my corrupt country stays away from this type of globalization.
So what would it really mean to own nothing and not be happy about it?
First and foremost, we will no longer own our money, and once again we have the Canadian asset freeze convoy as a test for such an era where our dictatorship has clearly demonstrated that no matter what assets we have, they can be frozen or even stolen by the government if it gets access to it.
Bitcoin and self-custody fix this , but the damn ETF won't… Our vision of mass Bitcoin adoption is often wrong, but we still have the technology at hand to change our lives for the better.
Once they have full control of our money, they will be able to control our right to earn, that's for sure, people who find themselves disrupting the system will not be allowed into certain businesses or job opportunities.
Social credits will make them happy because they will greatly affect our right to travel and access certain services. Social credits will basically steal privacy from us as you cannot create a person some kind of social profile without controlling the data around it and until digitization becomes more widespread it will become an easy task.
I don't remember where I heard this, but there was a lady, I think an Australian politician, who said that children generally do not belong to their parents, but to the state, so this raises an important question: how much will parents "own their children" in the future?
I also have my doubts about the internet as a form of ownership because we have the example of Kazakhstan where it was essentially turned off at the push of a button. If, for example, everything conducted in the world by an individual is realized through some kind of digital identity, wallet and social number (or something like that), what would stop the establishment from shutting down the individual's access to the Internet…
We certainly won't own cars anymore probably in less than two decades. This topic is quite interesting, which will appear in a separate post, but it is a good example of the drama of "owning nothing and being happy with it" and I had to mention it. However, how else do you think these mentally ill people could make us own nothing in the future?
Thank you for your attention,
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