As the world is further transformed into Technocracy, calls for Universal Basic Income increase. Technocrat billionaire Richard Branson does not volunteer to give his own money away as ‘free cash’ but encourages governments to do so.
Universal Basic Income
In 1972, it was the Bilderberg gathering that gave the nod to David Rockefeller and Zbigniew Brzezinski to create the Trilateral Commission in 1973. The TC’s self-proclaimed New International Economic Order envisioned Technocracy. Since then over half of the world has been transformed, including Europe, and the United States is currently in the crucible.
Stockton, California has been in and out of bankruptcy but now sees the light on solving its large homeless problem: simply give taxpayer money away to all of them ala Technocracy’s “Universal Basic Income”. This is a localized version of wealth re-distribution and is all but guaranteed to throw the city back into bankruptcy.
Technocrats around the world have been pushing for Universal Basic Income in order to offset the jobs to be lost to the robot revolution. Finland experimented with UBI and has now abandoned the project. The pros and cons are finally being revealed.
Technocrat propaganda is a sweeping success in America as citizens stampede toward ‘free cash’, or Universal Basic Income (UBI). This concept has been spread by Technocrats such as billionaire Richard Branson, Y Combinator, Elon Musk, Google, and other Silicon Valley moguls.
Billionaire Richard Branson is now lobbying for Universal Basic Income because of the Technocrat onslaught of AI coupled with the lie that AI is the default future of humanity. In short, it is not. UBI will enslave humans and lock them into a permanent class of impoverished unemployables.
With alleged record low unemployment throughout the nation, the reality in Stockton is radically different. The Technocrat idea of Universal Basic Income (UBI) is being explored as the only solution: simply giving money to citizens.
The only people who think that Finland’s UBI experiment has any value, are the ideologues who dreamed it up in the first place. Technocrats from Big Tech companies are pushing UBI around the world as a say to mollify displaced workers who have been pushed out of the workforce by robots.
The concept of UBI is as fantastical as the notion that it’s OK to create a new class of unemployables by displacing them with robotic counterparts. It isn’t OK, and it will create a horrific Scientific Dictatorship. However, this is the mind of a Technocrat and the goal of Technocracy. Calls for UBI will not go away until people begin to confront these issues head-on.
The very same Technocrats inventing invasive technology to obsolete humans are calling for Universal Basic Income to keep the ‘Unemployables’ docile. In fact, however, UBI amounts to low-income slavery from which there is no escape.