Cryptocurrency: The Great Rejection
By now, most have heard about The Great Reset. This is an idea put forth by the World Economic Forum, an organization headed by Klaus Schwab. One of the main monikers that is associated with this idea pertains to ownership.
The vision is that, due to Industrial Revolution 4.0, we are able to provide people with access to things yet not own them. This, of course, brings up the question of who will own the different assets around the world if we do not?
This question is not totally answered.
If we do look beyond the propaganda, we can see how this could be construed as another attempt by the elites to grab more power. The present system is already tilted heavily in their favor. Throughout the world, over the past few decades, we see how wealth inequality has grown. This is no great secret and something many discussed.
The idea of the Great Reset, contrary to what many tout, will not lead to more happiness. In fact, if history is any guide, it will lead to suffering, misery, and death.
Never think for a second the elitists who truly have the power of the world in their hands care about humanity. It is not at the top of their list.
Therefore, humanity needs another solution. That was presented with the creation of Bitcoin.
The Great Rejection
We are seeing a massive shift taking place and it is not the Great Reset. Instead, we are seeing not only a rejection of that, but also the entire financial system as it is presently constructed.
Cryptocurrency drew in people for many different reasons. There are probably as many motives for being in crypto as there are people. Each has individual factors for engaging in this bizarre and relatively new industry.
That said, we are quickly seeing how those who are involved are embracing the rejection of all that is being pushed forth by the elites. We see the threat that is posed to governments, bankers, and big business. If cryptocurrency keeps growing, we are going to see a obliterating of many institutions that were taken for granted as a part of life. This is something that the elites are fully aware of.
The problem is that when people "opt out", they are more difficult to control. Instead of buying into the idea of owning nothing, crypto turns that idea 180 degrees. It is the perfect solution to what is being promoted "for our own good".
Everyone Will Own Everything
The Great Rejection is obviously against us owning nothing, thus presuming everything is owned by a few. It strikes at the core of that.
Through the tokenization process, we see a radically new idea. Here we have the potential where everyone will own everything".
Fractional ownership sets everything on its ear. Due to the ability to break things up into many digital pieces, we can see how the involvement can spread well beyond just a few. By coupling assets with a digital wallet, individuals all over the world can own a piece of assets, no matter where they exist. It is the digitization of the physical.
New governance models can be constructed which correct the shortcomings of what we presently deal with. Corruption can be rooted out by designing systems that remove a lot of the vulnerabilities that enable corruption in the first place - the human element.
We also can see how the digitization process will result in abundance. This also drives a stake through the elitist driven game of scarcity. When there is abundance, once again, control is more difficult.
Atlas Shrugged Turned Upside Down
In the highly popular book, Atlas Shrugged, Ayn Rand wrote about a time when the industrialists would get fed up with society. She envisioned a day when the Marxist elements would drive them to abandon their companies, removing their skills (and wealth) from society. In her fictional narrative, society would collapse as the parasites took over.
While this made for a great story, it did not turn out to be near the truth. What she missed is that the "industrialists" became a part of the problem. They operate in manners that embraced the tenets which she rejected. This forged monopolies, allowed for price fixing, and ensured massive government contracts. At the same time, their power grew to the point of making the politicians and bureaucrats less relevant. Through the power of money, and lobbying, they were the ones actually setting the rules.
Hence, it is not the rich and powerful who are opting out and embracing the Great Rejection. Instead, it is the rest of society. The elite designed and took advantage of a system that simply does not work for most people. We see so few with so much that we know, inherently, something is very wrong.
Cryptocurrency is the solution to that wrong. As more people embrace it, there will be far greater wealth generated than ever before. At the same time, we will see it distributed a lot wider, toppling the hierarchical system that we see in place.
The Great Rejection is not about working within the present system. On the contrary, it is about obliterating what is there. While many are awaiting to see if the governments of the world will give permission, others realize this is not part of the agenda. There is no waiting around. We simply are going forward with something that is completely different that exists and whatever gets in the way will be undone.
Most are not apt to take things to such a philosophical level but that is exactly what is happening. As more money is pulled from the present system, especially by individuals, and pushed into crypto based projects, that is going to enhance the entire industry. In short, each dollar makes this one stronger while the other is weakened slightly.
At the end of the day, the Great Rejection is underway. With each passing moment, it is only getting more powerful as more solutions appear.
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