I’m sure you all remember the 1997 movie ‘Titanic,’ with Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio: here’s a couple of scenes from it.

Rose : Oh mother, shut up! Don’t you understand? The water is freezing and there aren’t enough boats. Not enough by half. Half the people on this ship are going to die.

Cal Hockley : Not the better half.


Cal Hockley : Any room for a gentleman, gentlemen?

Cal Hockley the very wealthy Cad, in spite of the fact that it was meant to be women and children first, tried to jump the queue for a place in a lifeboat. Eventually, the seamen were intimidated by his status and position; they turned a blind eye as he slipped onto a lifeboat.

Of course the steerage passengers (probably the majority) were locked below decks to keep them out of the way. These people were considered inconsequential and were left to go down with the ship without a second thought.

It’s funny how certain people in life always manage to get a place on a lifeboat and I don’t think much has changed since the days of the Titanic.

There are certain events coming about that seem to converge in or around the year 2030.

Firstly, there are many predictions that automation or Artificial Intelligence (AI) could lead to two billion jobs being lost worldwide by 2030.

In this report by PWC, it suggests that 30% of jobs could go in the UK and 38% in the US.

PWC are a little more conservative in their estimates than others, but even so, at a time of record immigration into the UK, anywhere near those amount of job losses will be catastrophic.

I’m sure you can imagine the impact on our health and social services, housing and many other things, not to mention the resulting violence and crime.

Agenda 21 has now been renamed Agenda 2030, it may have been tweaked a bit but it’s just a readjusted date for its implementation. By 2030, Agenda 2030 should (if we let it) be fully implemented.

The building blocks of Agenda 2030 look unrelated, but they’re forming a framework by stealth all around us. Some of the key points of this agenda include:

The creation of mega-cities and reduced access to the countryside. Globalisation has reduced wages in the UK and the West generally, so we can assume that due to fierce competition for the few remaining jobs, these will resemble the sweatshops in China and the Third World.

Sweatshops where they make things like Apple computers and they have to stop the workers from committing suicide, I’m sure you’ve all read about these places.

Also implied (they call it sustainability) is limiting health care (they’re crafty with the wording); it seems that when you’re no longer productive you’re for the chop, just like cattle.

As I wrote in a recent article ‘The Quantum Singularity,’ Ray Kurzwell from Google predicts that such a singularity will be in place by 2029. Quantum or not or even AI or not, we’ll have very efficient automation and Information Systems in place by that time.

Governments will know exactly what we’re doing, saying and maybe thinking, there will be very little privacy and we’ll be the constant recipients of government propaganda.

Let’s consider Political Correctness, the most pernicious form of propaganda ever propagated, it is literally a Psychic Prison

“Introducing Plato’s ‘Cave’ allegory, where confined prisoners cannot conceptualize the outside world, the author contends that people can become “imprisoned in” organizations through conscious and unconscious processes which have been created during formative phases and varied human experiences in their lives.” Organisations as psychic prisons.

Prison is the operative word, around us we have a government regulatory framework in Agenda 2030 a technological framework and a psychological framework, but no walls will be needed for our prison. After all, this is globalisation, there will be nowhere to run.

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) in the report I mention above state:

There is, therefore, a case for some form of government intervention to ensure that the potential gains from automation are shared more widely across society.”

This sounds like Socialism to me, but it seems that what we will get is something worse than George Orwell’s worst nightmare.

Bill Gates and many other successful businessmen have been calling for Socialism, but I think now we can see why. Talk about pulling the ladder up behind you!

Communism is the end game of Socialism and what we see forming around us has the potential to be the worst scourge our planet has ever seen.

If you work in s globalist sweatshop as a slave for little money, like the people on the deck of the Titanic, you’ll at least have a chance to make it to a lifeboat. Others that are locked below decks will sink beneath the waves with the ship. Certain people will have already been assured of their place on a lifeboat.

If you’re lucky enough to make it to a lifeboat? You may see some very familiar faces, perhaps: Theresa May, David Cameron or Tony Blair and I’m sure you could add to the list. I’ve written about people like this in one of my previous articles: ‘A Polished Veneer’.

The year 2030 isn’t very far away, if you want to a place in the lifeboat, you’d better start looking and you should certainly be careful who you vote for.

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