4th Industrial Revolution: Utopia or Dystopia?

The Great RESET JOBS.   According to the World Economic Forum, 50% of all jobs will become obsolete by 2025 requiring reskilling by those employees.   The jobs at highest risk of instability include;   Financial Services, infrastructure, mobility, and IT.   The jobs that will most likely completely disappear include; data entry, secretarial, assembly and factory workers, accounting/bookkeeping, and customer service.  

Whoever ultimately wins the US 2020 election, these RESETS will occur.  

The First Industrial Revolution is considered to have begun around 1760 fueled by textile manufacturing and coal production. Once fully implemented by 1830, an economic recession followed.   A rapid population growth fueled food shortages and unclean water which resulted in an average life span in Europe of 35 years and in the US 45 years. Cholera, typhoid and TB were rampant and endemic.

By 1870 the Second Industrial Revolution sprang up which was built on large scale advanced machinery and manufacturing.   But unskilled labor was an issue. While education beyond the elementary level was rare, with the advent of printing presses, illiteracy began to decline. And once again population increased fourfold.

The advancement in the automobile industry triggered the oil and gas industry and the electrical companies.   This Second Revolution also created the giant industrial complex of monopolistic corporations that remain today;   US Steel, GE, Bayer, etc… giving rise to a monarchial class without the crown.

While Europe and the US thrived and benefited from these Revolutions, other nations did not. China, India, and South America were tied by their cultural views which did NOT embrace free thinking and entrepreneurial creativity.   Britain led Europe and surged ahead dramatically outpacing its neighbors.

The Third Industrial Revolution came about after WWII with the initial rise of the computer industry – labeled the Digital Revolution.   It also spurred the outsourcing of manufacturing to economies like Japan, Mexico, Korea and China.   In a perfect world that outsourcing would not have been an issue except for the rise of extreme wealth, the decimation of the middle class, and the greed for global power.

Which is why globalization does NOT work.

Today the World Economic Forum hedges the 4th Industrial Revolution as the Great RESET.   But while it comes within a guise of innovation, equality and utopia, the ‘guise’ is not reality.   EVERY previous revolution made the same proclamation but there is very unique difference this time.   The 4th Revolution is predicated on depopulating the globe.   And the influencers have come to the technological point where a massive depopulation could still sustain the privilege and luxury enjoyed by the uber wealthy through the Revolutions innovations!

Previous Revolutions grew the population and from the perspective of the Club there are just too many humans who have no productive value. And they need to be eliminated so as to conform to the intellectually superior who feel it is their design to rule the future.

Contrary to the myth presented by the Club that raising equality is their goal, in 2015 the World Economic Forum discussed the relevance of poor countries, their social and economic contributions and the strain they put on our globes sustainability.  Bill Gates lamented over the waste of space and resources the impoverished consume with absolutely no benefit to society.

China’s attempt to reduce its burgeoning population only resulted in a disproportionate negative balance whereby they now face a growing aging population that is nonproductive.   China’s aged typically roost with their children given nursing homes have the capacity to provide a bed for just 2% of the aged.  With only one child to sustain two parents, the burden from a socio and economic core began to drive China downward.

There are ten means for controlling overpopulation:   1.   Transhumanism – creating super-humans wherein their bodies and minds can be controlled to conform to servants and war machines, 2.   Control the Food Supply – roughly 9 million people die annually from starvation,   3.   Same Sex Relationships – which produce no offspring,   4.   GMO’s which contribute to diseases,   5.   Abortions,   6.   Environmental Manipulation – which increases disease risks and death,   7.   STD’s – that are laboratory created such as AIDS,   8.   No Cures for Disease – as physicians continue to parlay pharmaceuticals instead of cures, larger and immune compromised people are more likely to die,   9.   Wars,   and 10.   Targeted Sterilization – as in tainted vaccines.

Today we are witnessing every one of these methods in play.

While the Economic Forum and its members have deliberated that moving citizens en masse into cities where their special footprint is massively reduced and control is much easier, today we watch as cities are abandoned in favor of urban and rural America.   This seems diametrically opposed to the Agenda until we understand that even this is a part of the Plan.

Making cities uninhabitable cause people to leave.   The poor and homeless who are left will ultimately disappear.   The cities will be rebuilt according to the standards and technology imposed by elite architects.   Smart Cities.   Cities that cater to the elite.   This is what has already been accomplished throughout most of Africa.   The elite occupy the lush cities and employ the peasant class to provide their necessities.  The peasants live in shanties on the outskirts of the cities.

Raising property taxes on homeowners in the urban areas while denying them jobs will crater classes into an even greater despair of poverty and ultimately force them to abandon their homes.

The urban areas will be razed and only farmers will actively participate in rural living.

Electric cars are the future – but their usability will be more in alignment with scooters in terms of travel and distance.   As such the peasant class will not have access to information outside their interned limits. And thus easier to control.

Utopia? Yes. But only for those whose wealth and intellect creates a space or seat on the pyramid. For everyone else this is dystopian.

In the meantime – The Club will parlay Utopia for all in order to garner the necessary order and obedience.   Think your guns will protect you? Think again – they are likely quite close to having the war machine that will change everything.   A digital chip in a smart technology apparatus that can activate death remotely.   Cleanly.

So. Mind Your P’s and Q’s. Whether Trump wins or not – it is already upon us.

4 thoughts on “4th Industrial Revolution: Utopia or Dystopia?

  1. Grim. You would be surprised how many people have absolutely NO knowledge of any of this.
    Helena’s reporting is accurate.

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