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NYTimes Says "Great Reset" Is A "Conspiracy Theory"
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RE: NYTimes Says "Great Reset" Is A "Conspiracy Theory"
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Whatsamatta_U  Wrote: (11-21-2020 10:42 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-21-2020 02:56 PM)
They are playing to a specific brought and paid for audience who want an echo chamber of their own thoughts, the extreme clash with the real world is akin to the final days of the Soviet Union which is where those media outlets now sit..


nah, that's not it ... i'd be happy to explain if you like ...

Yer it is, no different to the games Murdoch is playing spinning his media, or Reach is playing with theirs..

within the last few days we have seen the likes of the Daily Fail do a 180 degree spin as it can not longer keep up the BS in the face of their own readers outrage...

they are not carrying the majority.... the narrative is breaking up, the question is which major state spins 180 degrees first.

We are reaching that tipping point..
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Post: #32
RE: NYTimes Says "Great Reset" Is A "Conspiracy Theory"
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-21-2020 02:52 PM)
They just legitimized CT'ers. Proving them to be correct. Why would they do that? Why would MSM validate CT'ers? That's the better question to be asked.


I know a lot of folks here dislike the LvR dichotomy so much that they even oppose
using the terms Left and Right or Liberal and Conservative or Globalist and Nationalist,
but I need to use some of those terms just to explain ...


The worldviews held by the Left and Right, or if you prefer CT'ers and non-CT'ers,
have become so divergent that the two groups now define the exact same words
with entirely different meanings.

Because CT'ers read so much "in between the lines", those readings yield different
meanings from the lines themselves.

For instance, globalism. To a liberal, globalism means something positive: cooperation.
To a conservative, globalism means something negative: tyranny.

It's pretty much as simple as that.

And the same is true of the term The Great Reset. As well as other terms like
Population Control, Gun Control, New World Order, etc.

All those terms, and many others, have become *extremely loaded* for CT'ers,
to mean something entirely different, and often exactly the opposite,
from their original denotations
.


So, um, yeah ... it's all in your head chuckle
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RE: NYTimes Says "Great Reset" Is A "Conspiracy Theory"
Now Comes the Davos ‘Great Reset’

https://journal-neo.org/2020/06/09/now-c...eat-reset/

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RE: NYTimes Says "Great Reset" Is A "Conspiracy Theory"
Woo  Wrote: (11-22-2020 12:37 AM)
Now Comes the Davos ‘Great Reset’

https://journal-neo.org/2020/06/09/now-c...eat-reset/


just read it -- thanks


the crux of the anti-green sentiment seems to be contained in two passages:


1. The less-developed world will not rise to the developed, rather the other way,
the advanced civilizations must go down in their living standards to become “sustainable.”

which is an opinion based on ...

2. 1992 Maurice Strong stated, “Isn’t the only hope for the planet that the
industrialized civilizations collapse? Isn’t it our responsibility to bring that about?”



Does anyone have a link to a published transcript or article that contains that quote?
I've Googled it but you know how it is ... all the links are to CT'ers that include that
quotation but do not source it. Thanks ...
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Post: #35
RE: NYTimes Says "Great Reset" Is A "Conspiracy Theory"
Whatsamatta_U  Wrote: (11-21-2020 11:47 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-21-2020 02:52 PM)
They just legitimized CT'ers. Proving them to be correct. Why would they do that? Why would MSM validate CT'ers? That's the better question to be asked.


I know a lot of folks here dislike the LvR dichotomy so much that they even oppose
using the terms Left and Right or Liberal and Conservative or Globalist and Nationalist,
but I need to use some of those terms just to explain ...


The worldviews held by the Left and Right, or if you prefer CT'ers and non-CT'ers,
have become so divergent that the two groups now define the exact same words
with entirely different meanings.

Because CT'ers read so much "in between the lines", those readings yield different
meanings from the lines themselves.

For instance, globalism. To a liberal, globalism means something positive: cooperation.
To a conservative, globalism means something negative: tyranny.

It's pretty much as simple as that.

And the same is true of the term The Great Reset. As well as other terms like
Population Control, Gun Control, New World Order, etc.

All those terms, and many others, have become *extremely loaded* for CT'ers,
to mean something entirely different, and often exactly the opposite,
from their original denotations
.


So, um, yeah ... it's all in your head chuckle

Well conspiracy theorist or not, when the wealthy throw around terms like the great reset, what ever they "really" mean by it, it isn't going to be for the benefit of the little guy, but the wealthy. And that is just plain truth.
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RE: NYTimes Says "Great Reset" Is A "Conspiracy Theory"
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-22-2020 01:03 AM)
Well conspiracy theorist or not, when the wealthy throw around terms like the great reset, what ever they "really" mean by it, it isn't going to be for the benefit of the little guy, but the wealthy. And that is just plain truth.


I agree. Which is to say that the rich get richer and the poor get poorer. Same as
it ever was.

But that is a very far cry from jumping to the dire conclusion that international
cooperation to solve international problems, whether via something called a
New World Order or Agenda 21 or a Great Reset, is code for the conspiratorial
dystopian future that CT'ers always assume it to mean.

Especially since that is exactly the opposite outcome which those programs envision:
sustainability, income equality, fair market outcomes, gender equality, etc,
via international cooperation to achieve shared goals.

To be perfectly frank, it sounds to me like Big Oil & Gas, and other powerful
corporatist entities, have demonized such ideals in the very same way that
Big Tobacco propagandized their paid-for science to deny the dangers of smoking.

Methinks those who oppose utopian ideals -- because they stand to lose a
lot of money -- spread disinfo about dystopian agendas instead.


i.e., from Now Comes the Davos ‘Great Reset’

Schwab reveals more of the coming agenda: “…one silver lining of the pandemic is
that it has shown how quickly we can make radical changes to our lifestyles. Almost
instantly, the crisis forced businesses and individuals to abandon practices long
claimed to be essential, from frequent air travel to working in an office.” These are
supposed to be silver linings?



Now let's see ... who would oppose less pollution and greener world economies
begat by the silver linings of no office workers, and reduced air and car travel? ... Hmm ...
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