Sorry Aspiring Masters: You Don’t Own Us

How are things? How is that Great Reset going? Sadly, it is going. It is going and going. And yes, shockingly, they are starting to timidly criticize the COVID injections in the mainstream media now — OMG — but it’s only because they want to distract us with a conversation as they are rolling out the CBDC, the social credit scores, and other joys of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

Yay, Universal Digital Payments Network

Red Date Technology, a company headquartered in Hong Kong, that had closed a “landmark ‘series A’ funding” in June 2021, is now seemingly at the forefront of the 4IR.

In case you are wondering, that particular funding round was “led by Prosperity7 Ventures (the diversified growth fund of Aramco Ventures), and Hong Kong-based blockchain investment firm Kenetic. Other participants include Bank Pictet (Switzerland), investing on behalf of its clients, and Bangkok Bank.”

A few curious highlights: Aramco Ventures is “the corporate venturing arm of Aramco, a world leading integrated energy and chemicals company.” Banque Pictet is considered to be a “secretive” bank for the richest people.

So, given that Red Date Technology is seemingly out to dominate the buddying CBDC market, the inquiring minds want to know: Are we, the lowly peasants of this world, changing owners in this “multipolar new world order,” or are we not really changing owners, and it’s just a change in decorations?

According to Financial Express, “on January 19, 2023, Red Date Technology unveiled the Universal Digital Payment Network (UDPN) at the World Economic Forum (WEF), 2023, meeting in Davos, Switzerland. It is believed that UDPN is a distributed ledger technology (DLT) platform, that would fulfil the same purpose in contrast to SWIFT network for banks, but for stablecoins and CBDCs. [emphasis mine].” As reported by Finextra:

“A Universal Digital Payments Network (UDPN) for stablecoins and Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs) was launched at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos. The network aims to provide interoperability between these digital currencies.

UDPN has been in development for the last two years with contributions from GFT, Red Date Technology, TOKO, and DLA Piper. A sandbox was launched in July of 2022, where multiple banks were actively testing stablecoin transfer and FX transactions.

The network was launched at Davos with a panel discussing the rapidly evolving digital currency, interoperability, and infrastructure. The panel included representatives from Deutsche Bank, HSBC, Standard Chartered, The Bank of East Asia, and Akbank.”

For historic record, today, on January 23, 2023, this new budding world leader has 78 followers on their brand new Twitter. Only time will tell what will happen with this project down the road but what is clear is that the great resetters are stubbornly pushing. They swap figure heads, they democratically turn off comments everywhere — but they keep pushing.


The Golden Goose of the Annual COVID Injection

Meanwhile, even though the MSM is now timidly criticizing the COVID shots, “the FDA is considering a major shift in the nation’s COVID-19 vaccine strategy,” adopting an approach similar to what is used for the flu vaccine, “with annual updates to match whatever strain of the virus is circulating. the condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly.”

On January 23, 2023, “the FDA outlined it publicly in a set of documents released in advance of a meeting Thursday of the agency’s Vaccine and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee (VRBPAC).”

“Under the new approach, most people would be advised to simply get whatever the latest version of the vaccine is annually each fall like the flu vaccine. They wouldn’t have to worry about how many shots they’ve already gotten and which one they got when. Those who still need to receive two doses initially, such as young children and older people, would use the same formulation for all three shots.”

And why not. Here is Bourla saying that there has been “not a single” safety signal. I suppose, the bigger the lie, the more confident the tone of the liar, right?

More Hubris From DAVOS

“We don’t have very good brain data sets right now … would you share your brain data?” These were the words pronounced at the DAVOS session titled, “Transforming Medicine, Redefining Life” (speakers: Pranjal Sharma, Megan Palmer, Nita A. Farahany, Kuldeep Singh Rajput).

And here, for more of the same nonsense, is a blast from the past: a DAVOS 2015 session on “rewriting human genes.”

And you know what’s fascinating? It’s the fact that what’s standing between us and the Fourth Industrial Revolution is something as basic as the clarity of our thinking. Without that clarity, without that grounding in reality, people fall prey to nonsense like this.

Once it’s repeated often enough, a lot of people could potentially start believing that sharing their brain data is responsible behavior, and that rewriting human genes is a good idea. It’s because resisting the propaganda — going against the grain — is work, and sometimes, people choose to convince themselves that their abusive leader is a good leader.

And while a whole lot of people cannot stand the guts of the characters at Davos, there are many still who are afraid to face the music and admit to themselves that we are ruled by conmen. Which we are. We are ruled by conmen.

A Beloved Leader Does Not Equal a Benevolent Leader

We all know that the popularity of a given leader doesn’t equal his authenticity or good intention. In fact, proven tyrants and stealth political thieves alike have a way of throwing fog into people’s eyes and confusing the “masses,” often to the effect of being temporarily adored silly by humongous crowds of people.

For example, Fauci, for a while, was a hero of the American “educated.” Hitler was popular in Germany. Stalin was popular in the Soviet Union. In my old homeland, people who loved Stalin — which was a lot of common people — always made excuses for him, saying that if he did something wrong, then someone had surely advised him wrong or misled him. When Stalin died, people were grieving like he was their family member.

In fact, people traveled from far away villages to Moscow to mourn at Stalin’s funeral, and some were trampled to death by the mourning crowd.

Why the love for the tyrants? That is because without a strong spiritual spine and without a clear situational awareness, people tend to cling to symbols and resent any attempt to “unaddict” them. Symbols are fakeable with relative ease. Confusing the soul is harder but the tyrants are masters of confusion — and besides, they are working with the clay of multigeneration confusion and trauma.

An Example of Successful Propaganda: Soviet Lenin “Folklore”

When I was a kid growing up in the USSR, Lenin “folklore” was a whole special genre of children’s books. There were probably dozens of popular children’s books depicting the adventures of young Lenin, the little boy Lenin (who as a boy was not Lenin but Ulyanov), a very special, very exceptional little boy with a full head of curly hair.

In fact, there was a wildly popular at the time children’s poem that went like this: “When Lenin was just a little boy with curly hair …” Then it went something about the icy hills and the traditional Russian winter boots and other symbols of the sweet childhood of the future hero.

To make it even more symbolic, the canonical image of young Lenin — the portrait that all younger children knew in their sleep and wore on their red star-shaped little buttons attached to their school uniforms — was cherubic. Of course, at the time, all religion was prohibited, and so the cherubic image of young Lenin was the closest we could get to angels.

I personally wrote one of my very first poems about Lenin, how he was the dearest thing ever. My robo-poems about Lenin were written sincerely, from the child’s heart’s desire to please the holders of love, the adults — and to earn the love of the adults by saying all the right words.

As a preschooler, I talked to Lenin in my head when I felt misunderstood or wronged or lonely for any reason. Indeed, the propaganda was quite intense when I was a kid in the Soviet Union. Which is all to say, the propaganda was working.

Of course, in reality, Lenin was a power-hungry political maniac and a terrorist proper whose strategy was, for example, to pretend to tolerate some skilled bourgeoisie while their skills were useful to the new Soviet state, and then get rid of them later. But the mythological character of Lenin was a replacement for religion, and a placeholder for the innate religious feeling.

Yakovenko E.B. 1969

And so, people loved him. At least, those who didn’t know better, loved him. A paradox? Maybe but also the norm. People need ideals, and when authentic role models are amiss, people love liars. Speaking of liars:

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What Can We Do? Where Do We Go From Now?

The most important thing we can do is not feel helpless. They are bullies, and they are doing what bullies always do, bullying. I would say that the most important thing we can do — besides praying and being brave — is building relationships and networks, in a most foundational, authentic sense of it (not soulless networks to use others but networks where we can protect each other and rely on each other).

In the thick of the USSR, when the newspapers printed nonsense (much like today), and the shelves at the stores were empty, what kept many people afloat in their everyday lives was relationships, human warmth, free-form barter, and relying on each other. And us today, no matter what they do, we still have each other.

The past three years have brought out a lot of spiritual beauty, a lot of truth, a lot of courage. Sorry, aspiring masters. You don’t own us.

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