The Great Reset is no longer a ‘conspiracy theory’.
Canada is visibly heading into the WEF transhumanist-digitalID-5G-IoT-surveillance agenda that has already been shown to override bodily autonomy, shut bank accounts, and curb freedom to communicate, travel and gather. By their complicity the last 2 years, politicians in Canada bar Bernier and Hillier appear to be with the globalist agenda. Read Klaus Schwab’s “The Great Reset” to have the plan they have laid out for you.
If the Great Reset isn’t your idea of a healthy future: an alternative stream of goods, services and payment/exchange will be needed if the agenda continues to shut people out of society. Click here for foundations for a new time, and here for a new concept of economy.
Creating an alternative stream:
1. Connect with likeminded others, particularly the thousands who have been fired for their conscious choices, those who have lost their small business due to lockdowns, and people who can see the writing on the wall. Inspire all actions around love, kindness and sharing.
2. Organize. First priority: organize for food, water, health care, shelter and warmth, and widen out from there as essentials get covered.
3. Take on roles – could be what you used to do, or new roles by learning new skills like organic farming, holistic health, rooftop aquaponics.
It could well be that everyone will need to help with some aspect of food. Young and fit people take more physically strenuous roles, older people take more sedentary roles.
4. Buy useful stuff while you can: tools, seeds, duct tape, screws, bicycles, wire, paper, sharpie pens, chicken wire, metal roofing, mosquito screen…
Set up a server, preferably centrally so people can walk to it and directly access it if systems go down, and with solar power backup.
3. Roles: Create a skills database for your area so you can source your needs in exchange for your abilities. ‘Area’ can be neighbourhood, town or bioregion. Skills include First aid, permaculture, water management, food distribution, broken bone setting, aquaponics, roof repair, greenhouse building … … along with a skill level 1(amateur), 2 (semi-trained) 3(trained) 4 (experienced) 5(master). Create the database so its searchable for skill and for location using postcodes so users can find the nearest person with that skill, or the most experienced person with that skill.
4. Useful stuff: A central server for each community or area
Download a trading software like Cyclos.com that works on Linux. Mutual credit trading only requires that each member offers as much as they receive. Cash is not needed to buy units in the system.
Invite community members to offer their skills on this platform that can then be traded. There can be as many offerings as people have. Knitting, upcycling, jam, puncture repair, seeds, house cleaning, building construction, child minding.
1. Connecting and networking through regular community events Potlucks, live music, dance, skits — bring people together to network, share, support each other and lift spirits. Create an interactive ‘Whats On’ web page so anyone can create an event, including youth and children.
In the event power and computer chips are down designate accessible areas for notice boards — village or church hall, central pub, an unused building. Regularly printing a hard copy of the skills database could save a day in the event of power/computer down situations.