Klaus Schwab, engineer, economist, and executive chairman for the World Economic Forum has announced to the world that under the globalist plan entitled “Build Back Better,” you will “own nothing and be happy.”
The idea, as it is presented to us, is simple. Rather than owning your home, your automobile, your clothing, even your pocket knife and wallet – you will rent it. As any naturally conservative-minded person will know, this comes with many unsavory implications.
In a perfect world, Build Back Better would be fine, idyllic even. It would be fantastic, actually. Perhaps you rent your home, for example. Based on your income and expenses, renting a home is far cheaper than owning one. If you own a home, you must pay property taxes, (a form of theft we need not discuss here). When a pipe breaks, or mold blooms, you call the property manager and ask them to schedule repairs. Repairing one’s own home is more expensive and much more time-consuming.
Now, when rental property owners do not attend to their duties to their renters, when they are intrusive, when they raise rents without warning — it’s a nightmare. In the world of Build Back Better, the government becomes your landlord — not just for your house, but for everything you would normally call yours.
In a system where this is accepted as normal, anything that you possess can be taken away from you at any moment. Repo men can show up at any time with contract cancellation documents and take anything they want. Imagine how hard it would be to keep and bear arms under such a system. Let that sink in for a moment.
It only takes a few moments of careful thought to see that all manner of violations of your natural rights would become imminently legal under the hellscape scenario they call Build Back Better. If you were to try to go off-grid, taking your possessions with you, you could be hunted down and arrested for theft. It would be just the same as if you took your car, which you are leasing, across the country, stopped making payments, and tried to start up a new life. That car is not yours, and under BBB, nothing else would be either.
In the common progressive mindset, there’s nothing wrong with the idea of renting everything. The untutored mind of a so-called “liberal,” raised by government schools, taught to trust the government and government-funded science is eager to hand over all personal responsibility to their false god, whose mission and charter is total mentis-gubernare, govern-ment, or mind control.
This is not a world we want to live in. It is a world in which the government will be directly involved in the management of everything you own. If you wanted to repair a digital camera, darn a sock, or replace a light bulb, a vast bureaucracy would stand in the way. You would be required to submit to inspections of all your possessions. The word “property” would become synonymous with “theft,” a notion that has been working its way into the culture for at least 50 years.