The Truth About The Great Reset

We live in a world where there should be abundance, yet the globalists are selling us the idea that everything is scarce

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Globalists are forging the ‘Great Reset’ through artificial scarcity so they can create a neo-feudalist society in which people are impoverished both economically and spiritually.

For starters, there’s a shortage of workers due to Covid-19 unemployment benefits motivating people to NOT work, which has led to a slowdown in basic goods and services.

This has also led to severe supply chain disruptions and even scarcity in basic ‘prepper’ goods such as toilet paper and ammunition.

Energy prices are also skyrocketing due to artificial scarcity, as seen by the demonization of coal and oil in favor of less efficient, heavily subsidized “energy” sources such as wind turbines.

The Electric Reliability Council of Texas, which made headlines in February over its controversial handling of the state’s ice storms, has now made the unprecedented warning that Texas may experience California-style blackouts during the summer.

There’s also an artificial scarcity in birth rates due to society being increasingly hostile to courtship, marriage and nuclear families.

Instead, society promotes hedonistic lifestyles and forced scarcity in male/female relationships, which can be seen in the phenomena of above-average looking “eGirls” making thousands of dollars off of PG-rated, non-sexual content sold to lonely beta males.

There’s also artificial scarcity in the housing market, as was reported recently in Austin, Texas, for example, in which houses are being bought by investors for far more than the asking price, thus shutting families out of home ownership.

Not to mention that many blue cities like Austin frown upon construction of single-family homes in favor of following the Agenda 2020 model of duplexes and fourplexes.

There’s also a shortage in wealth due to ever-increasing inflation from excessive money printing that, when combined with stagnant wages, keeps current-generation families from moving upwards financially unlike their parents and grandparents before them.

All of this combined has led to a scarcity mindset for a lot of Americans, leading to them feeling stressed, anxious and hopeless about their situations, which in turn leads to them feeling impoverished spiritually – and this is part of the ethos of the Great Reset.

These artificial scarcities are dytopic because when people are poorer, they’re easier to control.

According to a recent blog post by the World Economic Forum:

Welcome to the year 2030. Welcome to my city – or should I say, “our city.” I don’t own anything. I don’t own a car. I don’t own a house. I don’t own any appliances or any clothes.

But things are only hopeless if you believe they are subconsciously, if you allow your mind to become dominated by negative thoughts.

Remember, your subconscious mind is responsible for everything you’ve accomplished consciously in your current and future life because that’s where your beliefs, hopes and dreams reside.

In short, your conscious mind won’t behave inconsistently with your subconscious.

By having faith subconsciously that things will improve in your life, you will directly influence the course of your life for the better, regardless of how the system might try to muzzle you.