Forbes magazine reveals the covid affair already back in 2016

As is always the case, globalists always warn us about their plans, tell us about them, and it is only the folly of people not to see it that gives them every opportunity to make it happen if there is no resistance to it.

But there is no resistance because it all happens over a long period of time. And there is always a large enough part of the society that is willing to obey all these plans and shows dissatisfaction if someone wants to be free from it or warns others about it in time. Where even better can it be seen now.

However, as has been mentioned many times, this cowhide show is only an introduction and a tool for achieving much more ambitious goals. And they are all clearly written. One such example is a Forbes 2016 article - then the big Reset advertising campaign started and then it was announced that we would not own anything, but we would be happy. How so? Read this article for a direct translation of the Swabian vision of the future and consider whether you want to live in it.

Welcome to 2030. Welcome to my city, or rather, our city. I don't own anything. I don't have a car, I don't have a house, I don't own household items and even clothes.

This may sound strange to you, but in our city it fits perfectly. Everything you consider to be products has now become services. We have access to transport, living space, food and everything you need for everyday life. One by one, these things became free and so we no longer clung to them.

First, communication became digital and free. When free energy became available, things began to move even faster. Transport costs fell dramatically. We no longer made sense of private cars because we could use drones or even flying cars for longer distances. We started to move in a more organized and manner by public transport and it turned out to be more convenient than a private car. I can now hardly believe that we once accepted congestion as the norm, not to mention air pollution from internal combustion engines. What did we think about?

Sometimes I use my bike when I meet friends. I like such physical activities. Some things never miss a dose of fun, walking, cycling, cooking, plant care. In our city, we do not pay rent because our premises are used by others when we do not need them. My living room is used for business meetings when I'm not there.

From time to time I cook for myself. This is easy because all the necessary equipment is delivered to the door within minutes. Because transportation is free, we no longer keep these things at home. Why should we keep some food processors and mixers when they can all be delivered when needed.

It also caused a breakthrough in the economy. When products are turned into services, no one is interested in things with a short shelf life. Everything becomes durable, repairable and recyclable. Materials flow through the economy much faster and transform into other products much faster. The problems of natural pollution are far in the past, because we only use clean energy and production methods. The air is clean, the water is clean and no one touches the protected areas. Cities have a lot of green areas and plants. I still do not understand why in the past we filled all the free areas with concrete.

Shopping? I don't even remember what it is. For us, it is a choice of things to use. Sometimes I do it myself, but sometimes I let the algorithm do it. It knows my habits better than myself.

When robots do everything for us, we suddenly have so much time. There is no such thing as a rush hour, because the work we do can be done at any time and I do not know if it can be called work. It is more about thinking and creating. For a while, everything was transformed into entertainment and people did not want to occupy themselves with serious things. Only recently have we realized that all of these technologies can be used better than just spending time with them.

My biggest concern is about those who do not live in our city. For those we lost. For those who thought it was too much, all this technology. For those who felt redundant when their work was taken over by robots. For those who opposed the political system. Some of them formed small self-sufficient communes. Others simply stayed in abandoned homes in 19th century villages.

From time to time I am annoyed that I do not have privacy. I can't go anywhere without registration, because everywhere, every movement, even thoughts and dreams are recorded. I just hope no one will use them against me.

But overall, it's a good life. Much better than the previous one, where it was clear that we cannot continue with such a growth model. We had all those terrible problems, lifestyle diseases, climate change, refugee crises, water and air pollution, mass unrest and unemployment. We lost too many people until we realized we could do things differently.