What is change? Change according to the Merriam Webster Dictionary is “to give a completely different form or appearance; to transform”. From 2016 to 2021 I would argue that not only has change happened in the political realm, but in our own lives as well. I want to pose a question, is change necessary? Maybe in our own lives we need to make changes. Cut down on the junk food, drink more water, cut off a bad relationship, etc. Americans seem addicted to change. That new iPhone you bought last year, well it’s time to change it because a new one just came out. Maybe get that new Samsung fridge that connects to wifi even though your Hotpoint from 1994 runs like a champ.
How about we fundamentally change the way we live our lives as a people? It’s the narrative that our global ambassadors, politicians at home, the pope, and multinational corporations have taken on. They exclaim wildly that we only have so much time until the inevitable happens. Flying in a private jet on government payroll, John Kerry says and I quote, “We only have 9 years left until we face the greatest climate catastrophe of our lifetime”. I’m not a scientist nor am I one of those famed experts the government keeps telling me about, but where is the change in our lives really going to make a difference on a global scale? Most working Americans are driving a Hyundai, Toyota, Nissan, or any other foreign sedan that runs almost 30 miles to the gallon. Most Americans are cooking on an electric stove and use electricity to heat their homes. Even our American trucks are fitted with EcoBoost or some other green technology, and in some cases, are almost comparable to the carbon output of your average sedan.
In my opinion, it was never about the climate. I mean, really - do the loudest and most ambitious people who stand up to climate change in the media do things differently than anyone else in their day to day lives? They have giant homes that consume god knows how much energy on a daily basis. They most likely burn more carbon than us travelling either for business or leisure. They definitely own more vehicles than you. It’s like the South Park episode when they go to San Francisco and the activists are smelling their own farts. Speaking of farts and smog, have you seen LA, San Diego, or San Francisco from a distance? It’s caked in a cloud of smog from activists making everyone’s lives better.
Let’s take a good hard look at American’s lives now. We’re ordering everything on UberEats, cutting down carbon just from not driving to your favorite fast food place. Working from home has been the norm for the last two years for many people so we’re conserving energy on a large scale and ditching commercial real estate. Schooling and other large places of participation have been moved to zoom so there is more energy being saved. For some time we haven’t even been able to fully function as people being relegated to corporate retailers for all of our needs. On top of that, lots of Americans have resorted to Amazon for everything they need from shampoo to dog food. But Tony, what does this have to do with climate change? Great question. It doesn’t.
None of what’s going on right now in the grand scheme of things makes any sense in terms of the environment. All of this is a corporate technocratic lie. While we’ve been home averting an apparent crisis on the streets, thugs have been making a killing. With reckless abandonment, the Federal Reserve has printed billions to funnel into the stock market and have bailed out corporate America tenfold on your dime. Maybe you don’t see it in your taxes this year, but you’re a credit card with no interest rate to the financial establishments of the world. Remember a month ago when hedge funds shorted GameStop to the tune of over 100 percent? They shorted more stocks than GameStop even had to offer. They were literally going to kill a company and in turn make an even bigger killing off of your lost job. Yes, it’s a sleazy tactic used by Wallstreet and it’s happened more times than they let us know about. It’s also calculated to a certain degree. You see, the World Economic Forum and the IMF are playing their hand in turning the world economy into one. They already made this happen in several different countries, and some of those countries we call “shitholes”. Not because the people let it be that way, but they simply don’t have a choice.
One of those shitholes is the Ivory Coast. A country that had an election where 40 of the 44 candidates were disqualified from running. According to a 2016 referendum of their constitution, Prime Minister Amadou Gon Coulilbaly (deceased) asserted that he can serve a third term. While that was happening the election was being boycotted by several different parties, but the oligarchs let it happen anyways. Being an African country, it’s not too harsh of an assertion that the Ivory Coast is a banana republic, so of course they will make fundamental changes at will without the signature of the people. Outside of that, Amadou Gon Coulilbaly was a close friend of the IMF and was inserted to run the economy for what is called the Structural Adjustment Program. The program is aimed at countries that require all sorts of aid. Sounds nice on the outside, but it’s just political slang for “we’re going to run your economy from the outside and you can’t do anything about it”.
I’m going to go out on a whim and say that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are the American versions of Amadou Gon Coulibaly. Let’s face it - Biden already killed thousands of jobs. That’s a damn fact. People closest to us who made a living in the oilfields or on a government contract doing work on the border wall were pushed to the side. Small businesses have gone to crap with no aid, living on short term loans and putting payroll on a credit card. The American economy is being fractured to an extent of no return. Our elections, mail in of course, are being run by the very people who turned the Ivory Coast into what it unfortunately is. We as Americans are truly living in our own Banana Republic, except we have the convenience of TikTok and Twitter to keep us occupied while it all happens behind our backs.
It’s not, “How do we avoid the Great Reset?” It’s “How do we stop it?” The complacency of the American people, the media, and our politicians have run a psychological operation so extreme that it’s turned people stupid. Wake up and smell the roses. This is not America. On every fundamental level that country was founded they’re now gone. We can’t blame anyone but ourselves.
The World Economic Forum says, “You will own nothing and you will be happy”. There is no happiness in the abolishment of a private citizenry. The funny thing is that you already don’t necessarily own anything that’s pertinent to your life. You as a person can’t be trusted to drive so you’re forced to pay for insurance. No insurance, no ride. Not only that, but then you pay for registration! What happens if the car isn’t registered? You can’t drive. What about property taxes? You’re living the American dream. You are part of the bedrock of the American economy, and that is the 30-year fixed. You are what makes America great. That is, until you fall behind on the property taxes and the government takes your house.
Subtly, but surely, we’ve already been conditioned and scammed to a certain extent of what private property and ownership is. But maybe you don’t own anything. Maybe you’re being conned into the idea of signing a lease and paying an inflated price for a 700 sqft apartment that doesn’t even have a washer or dryer. Now what about your ride? You got a 2012 Hyundai off the lot paying annual interest and a full coverage insurance payment that’s leaving you hungry at night. You already own nothing. But tell me - are you really happy with your current financial situation? It’s not ideal, but surely it will be made better because not only will you own nothing, but the economy will be reset to the extent that debt will be eliminated. Now, before you think that your financial problems are solved, you won’t own that car. Literally, they want to abolish private transportation. Under the guise of so-called climate activism, the WEF says that transportation will be provided. Hope you enjoy taking the bus because there’s your government provided transportation. Thaty rent payment? Gone. My vision of government-provided housing is a prison style cement structure in the outskirts of Moscow, abandoned by a government that no longer exists called the Soviet Union. To be quite frank, I think the Soviet Union would be the better option instead of whatever global oligarchs think is “agriculturally sustainable living”.
I’m not going to go after anyone personally for caring about the environment. It really is an admirable vision for the future of the world that the oceans are clean and we can safely create and sustain clean energy. What I am worried about is people who care so much that they allow and vote for people who will do it for them. This is a philosophical issue as much as it is a governmental issue. Do you want to be free? Do you cherish the western world where Christian values exist and your privacy is the fundamental building block of everything you do in your life? Is all of this worth giving up for a utopia that may or may not exist?
Your gripes with either capitalism or individuality may be true to a certain extent, but they shouldn’t be the sole motivation of your vision for a better tomorrow. As a populist I will always side with the worker, the worker also being the owner. I will always fight for a competitive, free, and open market that allows us to do commerce privately. I believe in equality of opportunity that grants the individual success in said market. And most of all, I believe in the individual himself who has the freedom to do as he pleases along the lines that he does not hurt someone else in the process. I’m not advocating for a society fueled by wealth, individuality, and capitalism, but using those avenues to preserve the society and collective that inhabits it. It’s those ideas that have allowed societies to grow and prosper the way they do today. There is no government program out there that can replicate what the market has made and provided simply because the government has no competition.
As much as our oligarchs both corporate and governmental want us to believe we’re all the same and need to be treated as such, we’re not. We’re all unique in the way we think, look at the world, and how we live our life, so we shouldn’t be taken care of or coddled like we are. The pursuit of happiness lies in the individual and the freedom to express himself and hone his skills in the marketplace. Again, this was never about the environment. It was never about creating a sustainable future of beyond burgers and city buses that run on human excrement. It’s about cutting down the individual to nothing and erasing his identity. It’s people who think they can do it better than you, and because of that, they should take the wealth and whatever power they choose.
Since the plandemic started, corporate America has already consolidated swaths of American wealth that has come from the bottom 50 percent, forcing us to become dependent on those big retailers and aid checks that were promised. But like all the things the government promises, they never delivered. The largest transfer of wealth happened right before our eyes and it was from bottom to top. In true Alex Jones fashion, all I have left to say is this… break the conditioning. Value your personal freedom before you value a be-all and all to the world's problems. I promise that when that be-all end-all solution arrives, more problems will arise and it will be too late to do anything about them.