On the eve of the election, burning pots of snake powder and chanting spells, hoping for a Biden victory, Time magazine published a monster feature, called The Great Reset.
The fabrication features bloviations from “leading thinkers,” all pointing to the need for a complete revamping of our world, because…pandemic.
Well, actually, because: the economic devastation and consequent ruination of untold numbers of lives.
In other words, “We crashed the world economy and stilled the engine of the planet’s production, using the pretext of a fake pandemic; so now we must remake all economies and governments.”
That’s Time’s unspoken version of logic.
Their number-one go-to reset thinker is Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum. His chunk of hot air is titled, “A Better Economy Is Possible. But We Need to Reimagine Capitalism to Do It”:
Sustainable future; more inclusive corporate hiring practices; reduce greenhouse gases. It could have been written in 1999.
But that doesn’t matter. What matters is, the whole world must be changed. This is the mantra.
The world must be changed by Globalists.
My edition of The Great Reset takes a slightly different position:
Globalism must be changed by the world.
By separate nations, all of whom reject Globalism.
All of whom reject Medical Dictatorship.
All of whom rebuild individual freedom.
As opposed to free-everything for everybody.
As opposed to cosmic cheese glob collectivism, in which the independent thoughts and desires of the individual are measured against the ruling force of every other empty and dependent thought of every individual who has surrendered to the Glob.
The Time magazine version of reality is, we need a plan, we need a plan, we need a plan. This means organizing the planet down to the last dotted i and crossed t. It’s the wet dream of technocrats.
A defined slot for every person, a person for every defined slot.
Humanity as a machine.
So you get cosmic cheese glob plus machine. That’s the future we’re supposed to enlist in.
After months of research, consultations, and preliminary reports, I believe the appropriate, measured, and technical response is: SCREW YOU
This response can be printed in various fonts, in caps, italics, or bold. It can be voiced. It can be announced through a bullhorn. It can be printed on masks, shirts, shower curtains, bedsheets, blouses, dresses, windbreakers, trench coats. It can be stamped in day-glo on the backs of pet cats and dogs…
Persons in technical fields, who believe language more agile than instructions on building computer chips must be considered “a rant,” can have their tailor stitch the response in tiny letters just below their shirt pockets.
More ambitious folk could secure the use of an eighteen-wheeler. A poster would cover one side of the truck. Two lines of text: THE GREAT RESET, and below it, the response. SCREW YOU.Time magazine features The Great Reset slimeball edition for your edification