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What Billionaires are Doing

What’s the plan?  More control.

They want to control what you eat (more bugs, less meat), which appliances you can buy (all electric, no more gas for you!), and what goes into your body (untested mRNA shots, etc.).

I have a theory.

It’s based on the last question I posed to RFK a couple of years back when I asked him if the Covid and vaccine mandates were about money and he scoffed and said they didn’t really care about money.  They cared about control and power.

The theory is that none of this has to do with anything more complex than overly entitled rich people running amok and trying to get a satisfying dopamine rush from something, anything, so they can brag at parties about their purpose and importance in life.

After all, the Silicon Valley, billionaire pecking order is as brutal as it is shallow.  Everybody must know, on some level, they are an imposter, no better than anyone else, but they have to live into their status as gods and goddesses.

So they come up with insane, gigantic plans for the rest of us.  Eating bugs, blocking out the sun, elective and destructive sex-change surgery on kids, and so forth. Hey, look what I got people to do!

Now it’s this thing called “Worldcoin” which simply wants your most intimate and identifying biometric data because…well, they haven’t really said.  Something about separating yourself from the AI bots on the net, but it’s not entirely clear how that would eventually come about because they haven’t said.  But as a first step, they want your retinal scan.

Hey, I’ll bet that will be fun to talk about at the next Davos conclave; “I got 20 million people to put their retinal scans into our database…and I didn’t even have to tell them why or how I would safeguard their data.”

That’s cool (to them).

Or perhaps it will be forcing everyone onto an electrification scheme, no matter if the grid can handle that or not.  That’s not your concern as a Silicon Valley billionaire.  Excitedly taking out the article from Bloomberg showing how New York State and Victoria Australia have banned gas hookups is the point.

If people end up getting harmed, that is entirely outside of your field of concern.  Ditto for if their lives are improved.  Neither are relevant to your true aim which is to feel, ever so briefly, like you count, that you matter (to people who barely think about you in the first place, if at all).