John Corson's Blog

WRITING & RANTING
for February 20, 2021

CELEBRATING A LATE VALENTINE'S DAY AND
LOOKING FORWARD TO THE GLOBALIST'S UTOPIA

The Corson Blog Weather Report today ... It's Sunny!!  The marks only the third day in the month of February in which I awoke to sunny skies! Only 3 out of twenty! Tomorrow will make four. Or so says my favorite and most accurate meteorologist in the area - Jeff Lawson.

Janice and I went to be last night before 9:00. That is nothing for her to so, especially since she is now in the habit of getting up at 3:15 am and will have to do so for the first two or three days next week as well. But for me, going to bed early means that I am either sick or bored. I was going to finish Andy Ngo's book last night, but I couldn't hold my eyes open. Since there was no new Blue Bloods, it was easy for me to lose interest in watching anything on the Idiot Box. My eyes were just plain tired and I had a difficult time holding them open while Janice and I watched a couple of Golden Girl episodes on Hulu.

Speaking of Blue Bloods, has anyone noticed that there seems to be one new episode every three weeks? I mean they did three in a row in December, then only two in January and only one this month and that one was last week. What's up with that? I know that there are several shows produced for network TV that schedule only 10 shows for the year; some schedule 13, some 18, but the norm used to be 22 for hour long series and 24 for half-hour programs. For the first nine years of Blue Bloods there were 22 shows (23 in the third year due to a two-parter on the last episode), last year with the Covid-19 situation the season was cut to 18. This year, and on the current trajectory, they must have only planned for 13. That would be terrible as rumors are flying that the show won't be renewed for a twelfth season.

So I went to bed early last night, but not without turning on another episode of Golden Girls on our TV in the bedroom. Janice went out like a light within ten minutes of the show and I watched it through, but my eyes definitely needed to close.

I slept like a log with the exception of the middle-of-the-night pee. Fortunately, even at 66 years of age, I don't have to get up three and four times a night like many men my age and older. The old prostate has a away of enlarging in men my age and forcing a back wash of urine the hold up in the bladder and putting pressure on the nerves. My once a night or less blessing goes out the door if I have two or more glasses of iced tea after 5 pm. I had two but it was before 5:00. Without those two glasses I probably would have made it through the night without having to get up, but it was good I did because that would have been inhuman of me to not have gotten up to take Reggie out to pee. He would have gone more than ten hours were it not for me getting up. He is nearly 15 years old - 105 in human years! Now think about it men. Would you be able to go ten hours with a bladder as small as a dog's bladder?

Let me go back to yesterday afternoon. After getting only two chapters of Andy Ngo's book read, Janice got home from work and I all-of-a sudden remembered that I promised her on Sunday to take her to Olive Garden for Valentine's Day. We both decided not to celebrate the day on Sunday, what with Church and the fact that Olive Garden was already booked up with reservations for the entire day and evening. So, she got home at 3:30 and we took off for the restaurant. There were only three tables occupied! No waiting! We got seated, ordered our drinks, settled on what we were going to order for dinner when the server got back and then talked about stuff. She and I both went to Olive Garden for the Chicken Fettuccini Alfredo and we both ordered broccoli on top. That, along with the bread sticks and salad went a long way. Of course, I ordered the iced tea. We were done and gone within a hour. Then we came back home and did some house work. She vacuumed the upstairs, I did the downstairs and the stairway and then we settled down to watch a couple episodes of Last Man Standing, then the Golden Girls. We were cooked.

This morning, Janice was up at 6:30 and she went downstairs to fix herself about three cups of coffee and to watch Law and Order (the original episodes). It seems that you can't find those except early Saturday Morning. You can't even find them on Hulu, Amazon Prime or Netflix without having to pay per episode. Yet, Law and Order SVU is offered for free everywhere and that program is shown and syndicated on at least fifteen cable channels. What's up with that? Oh, I know -- This generation is more preoccupied with sexual exploitation than murder. The last generation was drawn to sex and blood and before that just blood. Today it is about sex, sex and more sex showing that we are approaching more of a Brave New World dystopia rather than a 1984 dystopia. But we are fast approaching a dystopia and being told by the globalists like Bill Gates that it would be a Utopia.

Utopia! That is the Greek word translated "No Place." Seriously! We are approaching No Place. Want a look at what "No Place" will look like? Consider Agenda 2030 and the Great Reset. I have spoken about these Communist goals before and I really don't want to go into too much detail again here. I want to be able to eat my lunch soon without regurgitating it. Here is what Gates, and more especially the World Economic forum and the United Nations have in store for us in the next ten years:

  1. Shaping the Economic Recovery
  2. Harnessing the Fourth Industrial Revolution
  3. Strengthening Regional Development
  4. Revitalizing Global Cooperation
  5. Developing Sustainable Business Models
  6. Restoring the Health of the Environment
  7. Redesigning Social Contracts, Skills and Jobs

Sounds benign and promising doesn't it? But let's consider what comes next as this Reset is being put into place. It is a mix of global issues and industries woven into ‘The Great Reset‘ agenda. At last count there were over fifty areas that make up the reset. These include:

Blockchain; Digital Identity; Internet Governance; Development Finance; Sustainable Development; Future of Health and Healthcare; Global Governance; Financial and Monetary Systems; Public Finance and Social Protection; Climate Change; Drones; 5G; 

The Ocean; Banking and Capital Markets; Aviation, Travel and Tourism; International Trade and Investment; Covid-19; Biodiversity; Cities and Urbanization; Leadership in the 4IR; Geo-economics; Global Health; International Security; Geopolitics; Future of Food; Air Pollution; 3D Printing; Batteries; 

Circular Economy; Future of Mobility; Human Rights; Gender Parity; Taxation; Future of Media, Entertainment and Culture; Digital Economy and New Value Creation; Fourth Industrial Revolution; Future of Economic Progress; Workforce and Employment; Agile Governance; Global Risks; Advanced Manufacturing and Production; 

Environment and Natural Resource Security; Plastics and the Environment; Corporate Governance; Forests; Justice and Law; Civic Participation; LGBTI Inclusion; Inclusive Design; Future of Computing; Artificial Intelligence and Robotics; Systemic Racism.

To put all of these things into place, what would be the ultimate result to our lives and freedoms? It would look like and become what the World Economic Forum published on its own website as the 8 predictions for the world in 2030. Here are the first five and they are frightening:

1. All products will have become services. “I don't own anything. I don't own a car. I don't own a house. I don't own any appliances or any clothes,” writes Danish MP Ida Auken. Shopping is a distant memory in the city of 2030, whose inhabitants have cracked clean energy and borrow what they need on demand. It sounds utopian, until she mentions that her every move is tracked and outside the city live swathes of discontents, the ultimate depiction of a society split in two.

2. There is a global price on carbon. China took the lead in 2017 with a market for trading the right to emit a tonne of CO2, setting the world on a path towards a single carbon price and a powerful incentive to ditch fossil fuels, predicts Jane Burston, Head of Climate and Environment at the UK’s National Physical Laboratory. Europe, meanwhile, found itself at the center of the trade in cheap, efficient solar panels, as prices for renewables fell sharply.

3. US dominance is over. We have a handful of global powers. Nation states will have staged a comeback, writes Robert Muggah, Research Director at the Igarapé Institute. Instead of a single force, a handful of countries – the U.S., Russia, China, Germany, India and Japan chief among them – show semi-imperial tendencies. However, at the same time, the role of the state is threatened by trends including the rise of cities and the spread of online identities,

4. Farewell hospital, hello home-spital. Technology will have further disrupted disease, writes Melanie Walker, a medical doctor and World Bank advisor. The hospital as we know it will be on its way out, with fewer accidents thanks to self-driving cars and great strides in preventive and personalized medicine. Scalpels and organ donors are out, tiny robotic tubes and bio-printed organs are in.

5. We are eating much less meat. Rather like our grandparents, we will treat meat as a treat rather than a staple, writes Tim Benton, Professor of Population Ecology at the University of Leeds, UK. It won’t be big agriculture or little artisan producers that win, but rather a combination of the two, with convenience food redesigned to be healthier and less harmful to the environment.

Think about it. There will be no currency, just digital credits granted or taken by the world government, you won't own any provate property, thereby giving the world government to power to tell you where you are going to live. There will be fewer and fewer jobs outside of the government and those would be in  public-private partnerships with the government hiring and firing at will. You will work where you are told to, live where you are told to, eat what you are told to, wear what you are told to, speak when you are told to and be transported to and from your destinations as you are directed. No cars, no planes, no fossil fuels, no freedom to move about, etc. etc.

Sounds divine doesn't it? And just think, it is all endorsed and pushed by the Democrat Party in the United States and in partnership with globalists worldwide! Yeah!!

All I have to say is BUCKLE UP! It's going to be a very bumpy ride.

And now, it's back to reading Andy Ngo's book!

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My life is boring. I read, I watch Glenn Beck and Mark Levin. I listen to Andrew Wilkow. I engage in some conversation with those who are willing to listen (they being masochistic and enjoy killing themselves with my banter).

I plan on just laying out the things that bother me and the things I love. Nothing in-between. I hope you find whatever I put here amusing.