“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.
It might seem odd to you, but it makes perfect sense for us in this city. Everything you considered a product, has now become a service. We have access to transportation, accommodation, food and all the things we need in our daily lives. One by one all these things became free, so it ended up not making sense for us to own much.”
These are the opening lines of a “scenario showing where we could be heading” according to Ida Auken, the author of Here’s How Life Could Change In My City By The Year 2030. Ida Auken, is a Member of the Parliament of Denmark. She is also a member of the World Economic Forum (WEF)— the great thinktank where top-tier business leaders and the leaders of the nations collude on the best policies that should shape the systems of governments around the globe.
Now, some of you may be asking, “Rebel, what in the hell does this have to do with anything?”
Well, friends, allow me to get to the point. As a prominent member of the World Economic Forum, Mrs. Ida’s prophecies are relevant due to the WEF’s global plan of action known as the BBB POA or Building Back Better: An Action Plan for the Media, Entertainment and Culture Industry.
Building Back Better, does that sound familiar to you? Well, it should because it was the slogan for Joe Biden’s campaign to steal the presidency from our fair-haired fearless leader.
Those of you who are keen in political theory will instantly notice that Ida is describing the perspective of an individual living in a completely socialist/communistic society. The socialism of Denmark is often referenced by “democratic socialists” such as Independent Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont. So, needless to say, some have accused Auken of wishing for socialist utopia and even advocating for it at the World Economic Forum.
In all fairness, since its original publication on the WEF’s website in 2016, the author has added a note due to umm.. the amount of controversary it cause. The statement is below”
“Some people have read this blog as my utopia or dream of the future. It is not. It is a scenario showing where we could be heading – for better and for worse. I wrote this piece to start a discussion about some of the pros and cons of the current technological development. When we are dealing with the future, it is not enough to work with reports. We should start discussions in many new ways. This is the intention with this piece.”
What we find unnerving is just how soon she is suggesting these types of events can happen. Auken continues her scenario:
“First communication became digitized and free to everyone.”
Sound familiar? Aside from the cohorts of major social media companies offering their platforms for free, Google has already began to offer free wireless internet to the state of California and plan to expand Google Fiber for free throughout the U.S. and the world. It’s already began testing in limited cities.
Then, again Auken imagines that “Transportation dropped dramatically in price.” In September, a Dollar Flight Club report stated that prices for international flights were down 35% in 2020 from the previous year and are expected to continue to decline.
Auken continues that “It made no sense for us to own cars anymore, because we could call a driverless vehicle or a flying car for longer journeys within minutes.”
Urbanites and city dwellers have already begun to accept this as reality as they have been adjusting to using taxi app services like Uber and Lyft for over a decade.
The scientists of the WEF conduct research on almost every area of government policy and business one could think of including taxation, climate change, health care, economic strategy and impoverishment, transportation, public services, education, work and work conditions, and all the corresponding branches of human existence. In their own words, “The World Economic Forum is the International Organization for Public-Private Cooperation. The Forum engages the foremost political, business, cultural and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas.”
To give an example of just how influential the Forum is, you may recognize the slogan “Build Back Better” which was adopted by the Biden Campaign in 2020. Evidence of that can be found by clicking here. What you may not know is that the slogan you are familiar with is only three words of the original statement and was borrowed from the collaborative works of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development’s President Peter Bakker and the Executive Chairman and Co-Founder of Volans, John Elkington. Both are the authors of the article To Build Back Better, We Must Reinvent Capitalism. Here’s How published on the WEForum’s website.
In the article, the authors argue that the COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the weaknesses of contemporary capitalism and state that,
“A true recovery from COVID-19 will not be about putting things back together the way they were: we need to ‘build back better’, to ‘reset’, if we are to address the deep systemic vulnerabilities the pandemic has exposed. For businesses, building back better is about much more than corporate social responsibility: it is about truly aligning markets with the natural, social and economic systems on which they depend. It is about building real resilience, driving equitable and sustainable growth, and reinventing capitalism itself.”
Sounds pretty good, doesn’t it? Well the authors later state that governments and regulators must intervene more substantially to protect society from the collateral that business owners create while conducting business. They later go on to encourage a heavy government influence and presence in the free-market system.
Overall, it seems as if there is an increasing sense of collective acceptance of socialistic idealism around the world. Not just among a fringe leftist groups, but among elite intellectuals of our day that aid policy makers and those who govern the nations. Even the “elected” Commander & Thief stole and recreated a slogan with clear ties to threats against capitalism.
What does this mean for the futures of average working class Americans? As always, we’ll allow you to draw your your own conclusions.
Stay vigilant, Redneck Nation.
In God’s love,