CEO OF LARGE DOOMSDAY BUNKER BUILDER SAYS THE GLOBAL ELITE “FEAR A REBELLION IS BREWING”

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  1. Destroyer of illusions

    Destroyer of illusions Well-Known Member

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    https://www.shtfplan.com/headline-n...-the-global-elite-fear-a-rebellion-is-brewing

    Bill Gates six months before the pandemic was announced, acquired many real estate properties and built several $ 5 million bunkers with tunnels. There is a bunker for 500 thousand people under the Denver airport. and stocks for 3 years.

    The collapse of capitalism is obvious and inevitable.
    Abraham Lincoln said - "You can deceive a part of the people all the time, and the whole people for a while, but you cannot deceive the whole people all the time."
    The people are beginning to see clearly. And people sees all over the world.
    The great thinker comrade Lenin said - "No one is to blame if he was born a slave, but a slave who not only shuns the pursuit of his freedom, but embellishes and justifies his slavery, is a lackey and boor who inspires a legitimate feeling of indignation, contempt and disgust."
    We all know that with the development of mankind, with the development of science and the introduction of scientific achievements into life, there is also a change in socio-political formations. Slavery is giving way to feudalism, capitalism triumphs over feudalism .... and now it is obvious - capitalism is dead.
    For example, at one time a steam engine was invented, this gave impetus to the creation of factories, which led to an inevitable change in political and economic relations - free movement of goods, labor and capital was required. And this inevitably led to the emergence of a new and progressive for that time socio-economic formation - capitalism.
    Today, with the development of science, capitalism is a brake on the development of society - and therefore capitalism will become a thing of the past.
    Long live the new world social and political system - communism. Of course, the construction of a new world social and political system cannot happen overnight. For example, scholars say that the transition from feudalism to capitalism in Europe took about 500 years. There have been ups and downs (which are called recession), but the new inevitably triumphs over the old.
    Likewise, the transition from capitalism to communism will also take some time. This transition began in 1871 in the city of Paris ....
    Therefore, there was not long to wait.
    In general, "Workers of all countries unite."
     
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    In Silicon valley they feared a revolution for years and have been hiding behind their walls and even buying homes in New Zealand. The revolution they fear will be one though that will restore the freedoms of the American people as specified in our Constitution by our brilliant and devout Founding Fathers.

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    hat it will not be, is a revolution that will further enslave the American people and empower a Federal government that is under the control of the banks and corporations.



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    we shouldn't give our guns to thee.
    And thus protect our house and home
    from all of those who like to roam,

    like animals so angrily,
    and tellest us so blatantly,
    that we should never dare to stray,
    for only they should have a say.

    And thus they push us on our knees
    to worship not as we so please.
    But their own gods of lust and greed

    and all the things we shouldn't heed.

    - Jeannette


     
  3. AARguy

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    Capitalism is the wave of the future. Smart, innovative people make new things that enrich our lives and makes the inventor rich. How can that fail to attract anyone with the brains and energy to support it? Socialism means that the lazy get a free ride so innovation and growth ends. All you have to do is coast and collect freebies. Capitalism lets the energetic and innovative excel... enrich themselves and everyone else. Ask the microsoft guy, the electric car guy, the guy tat started delivering pizzas, then made them, and now has a string of pizza parlors.
     
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    As a military man, you are used to following commands, so it is difficult for you to think for yourself. And so you are repeating propaganda nonsense about "good and just capitalism."
    You talk about the development of the economy, but at the same time, you have never worked in the production of goods in your life. In other words, you have lived your entire life at the expense of society. Society created products and thereby ensured the well-being of all members of society. Including you. You subsisted on taxes.
    And you talk about the priority of this or that model of economic development of society and accuse people of laziness. That's funny.
    Now let's talk about the reality of capitalism.
    Real capitalism is not the US or the EU. Real capitalism is Mexico, Haiti, Congo .... etc. All those countries, due to which there is some well-being of the inhabitants of the USA and the EU. In fact, the US, EU, and a few other countries "prosper" at the expense of economic robbery of the rest of the world.
    And in the United States it is relatively successful, only because in Haiti, Mexico, Paraguay ... etc., it is bad.
    But the fact is that our planet is finite in its possibilities of colonial oppression. The world today is divided among corporations. And consequently what happens is what Lenin very competently and well described in his work "Imperialism as the Highest Stage of Capitalism".
    The moment has come for an urgent need to redistribute the spheres of influence. And this will inevitably lead to a world war.
    And if we look at the historical experience of the collapse of empires, we will see that after the next world redistribution of the world, the old favorite and economic titanium turns into a dwarf.
    See . At one time, Holland was a powerful economic power. Suffice it to recall the Dutch East India Company, which controlled half of the world. And where is Holland in the world rankings now?
    Spain, Austria-Hungary, the Ottoman Empire, Britain had the same fate (at one time, the British proudly said that the sun never sets over the British Empire) ... - and where are they now?
    The same is in store for the United States under capitalism.
    But there is another historical example - Russia.
    Under the tsar, Russia was a poor and backward country. This is how it would have remained if the Great October Revolution had not taken place. And look at the result - from a backward country with an illiterate population, Russia (USSR) became the second economy in the world in the shortest possible time, despite the most terrible war in the history of mankind, became the first space power. And controlled half of the world. All this for the shortest period in historical terms. Because there has been a change in the economic formation - socialism has replaced capitalism.
    And then - in 1991 idiots in Russia abandoned socialism. And what do we see? Russia is degrading in many respects.
    Here are examples of the history of the development of social and economic relations.
    But fortunately, as I wrote above, the change of an economic formation to a more developed one is an objective process and does not depend on someone's desire.
     
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    Wow...cool and questionable video.....Canadian preppers....theres usually lotsa crap on YT thats dubious.

    Anyway...nothing new with this....theres bunkers here in SD where weekend warriors go and have their beer drinking parties,shoot paintball, bring their quads and RVs and terrorize wildlife. .....Yawn.
     
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    The Russian tsar also yawned. Just like the French aristocracy before the revolution 1793
     
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    we are walking a tight rope right now, the country is divided, all it would take is a little nuge and it could happen
     
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    greedy global corporatism is destroying caitalism

    this is looking like a more likely future, though it will be a painful transition

     
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    That is the sort of thing the CEO of a "large doomsday bunker builder" would say, of course.

    Just as guys who make their money selling gold are always claiming that the US economy is about to collapse.
     
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    As is already the case, we can and do have both capitalism and socialism. They coexist and complement one another nicely.
     
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    Like I said....questionable vid....wild imagination.
     
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    First of all, military folks are muche better thinking on their feet than civilians. Think about it. Civilians go to the same job, do the same things... every day. Military folks aren't stuck in the same jobs every day at all. In my career I was a Field Artillery Battery Commander in Germany and a Program Manager for high tech laser based training systems in Virginia and a teacher as a Basic Training Company Commander an more. Think about it... civilians do the same rote jobs every day. In the military you are trained to react to the unexpected, know what to do when faced with a totally unexpected situation... like bad guys jumping out the bushes when there's no indication of them coming. So your premise that the military doesn't think well is simply wrong.

    And oh, by the way, when I left the Army I went to work for Lockheed. Lockheed makes stuff like aircraft, space vehicles, multimillion dollar weapons and such. Its not selling shoes and pizzas like civilians do. So your premise that the military knows little about about producing things is equally invalid.

    We all subsist. Folks that sell shoes depend on taxpayers to buy their shoes. Same wallet. Firefighters get paid by the same folks that shop at the mall. Teachers too. And cops. And tool takers and garbage collectors. It all comes back to Joe Citizen. That's what the economy is all about.

    I can only assume that you are unemployed or you would understand that "society" pays mechanics as well as Soldiers, cab drivers as well as Sailors, and butchers as well as Airmen.

    Your premise that capitalism only thrives in Third World Countries is kind of weird. I would suggest that entrepreneurs from Edison to Alexander Graham Bell to Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and a guy named Musk would disagree with you. Building one of the first computers in your garage and making a fortune is the epitome of capitalism. Heck, here in my home town a guy started a cleaning company years ago and lives in a huge home now. And, again, I'll go back to my West Point roommate who was raised in a urine smelling tenement in Spanish Harlem with no dad and is an MD today. These things are possible in the USA. In Haiti and Paraguay? Not so much.

    I am confused by your Russia claims too. You great example of success recently fell apart. The Soviet UNION is anything but a UNION now. Ask Ukraine. Ask the "Stans". Ask the Eastern European countries they once controlled. Success? Its chaos.

    I understand that you are "true believer" in Communism That's ok. It takes all kinds. But Communism has never worked... it never will. Capitalism lets you succeed, limited only by your own ability and drive. And that is the best way. Ask those Musk, Jobs and Gates guys. Or ask any guy that started with nothing but owns a number of pizzerias, gas stations, dry cleaners and such today. Its easy. They're everywhere.
     
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    You marxist need to listen to the neo marxist. No violence. It is to occur through a cultural revolution.
     
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    Yes, the government can have the roads, bridges and security.
     
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    Yes hard times are indeed coming. I blame corporatism. We havn't been capitalist for some time.
     
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    Capitalism always survives. It consists of people using their own energy and ambition to get ahead. You can't stop THAT.
     
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    Theres a lot of disagreement over what capitalism actually means. I agree with you that its just people being free to own stuff and use their stuff for their own prosperity. Some people think capitalism necessarily equates to people subjugating other people economically, and while I dont think that is capitalism, I do agree thats bad. Its just worth noting that much of the debate over capitalism originates with differing definitions of the term...
     
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    That's a nice way of saying that a lot of people arguing about capitalism don't know what they're talking about. It gets even worse when we come to things like socialism and communism, of course :D
     
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    "Capitalism" is a term coined by the communist as a pejorative. Its nothing more than the right to own property and the right to freely exchange in a free market. Freedom. Socialism/Communism is the restriction of those freedoms.
     
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    Take a trip through Africa, or Cuba and Venezuela
    Observe the many Socialist styled economies.

    Take a trip through SE Asia - particularly Japan,
    South Korea, Singapore, Taiwan.
    Observe the vibrant Capitalist economies.

    Where would you rather live, Cuba or Taiwan?
    Veneuzela or Japan?
    North Korea or Sth Korea?

    Yes, I know you, like most humans on the earth,
    would not willingingly live in poor and oppressive
    societies.
     
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    Capitalism and socialism are both the same. The details might be different, but ultimately both are designed to make a small number of elites very wealthy an powerful. Sure, both LOOK totally different on paper. Capitalism is supposed to give everyone opportunity to rise to the top, and socialism is supposed to make life fair for everyone. That's what we get told, get programmed to believe. So much so that wars have been fought to spread capitalism and socialism. It's all a scam, a way to keep the masses under the thumb of the elites. The powers that be want us to think that capitalism and socialism are the only ways to structure a society. It's all lies and manipulation.
     
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    Asking folks that worked all their lives and been successful will choose capitalism. Losers that couldn't advance past a newspaper delivery route will choose socialism. Folks who stayed in school and earned degree(s) will choose capitalism. Dropouts will choose socialism. Those with good credit ratings will choose capitalism. Those with bad credit will choose socialism. Those who worry about minimum wage rates will choose socialism. Those who worry about getting pay raises will choose capitalism. Those who are responsible and pay their bills will choose capitalism. Those looking for public assistance to get by will choose socialism.

    This isn't rocket science.
     
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    Take ten people with a dollar each and pretty soon you have one guy
    with ten dollars and the rest with nothing. That's human nature - and
    it's worse in Sociaist and Communist countries. As was shown in Mao's
    Cultural Revolution, the powers needed to crush human nature are
    more ruthless than human nature itself.
     
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    Totally wrong. In a socialist country it may be true. But greed has no more to do with socialism or capitalism that steamed rice does. In a capitalistic country take ten people with a dollar each and and come back in a few years. One guy will have his own modest business. Another one will have a string of pizza parlors. Another will be a college professor. Another will be a plumber earning more than the others and the electrician will earn about the same. One will be stuck in a modest job and the two who believe in socialism will be on the dole, playing X-Box as they wait for their government checks.
     
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    What I noticed in the past 25 years are the mega corporations opening up one store after another in the same area so they could knock out the little guy. I saw CVS's in Westchester open up 1/2 mile from one another and In Manhattan Starbucks opening up on opposite corners and wondered whatever happened to our monopoly laws?

    I also noticed that when some small business owner was successful, they would suddenly be bought up by a large corporation. Obviously they had been given a monetary offer they could not refuse. Now with all these restaurant and retail bankruptcies because of Covid, the mega corporations are in their hey day. It's terrible to see 100 year old family businesses being sold because they couldn't afford to carry them.


    The Great Reset which is another term for the one world government, will differ from the Soviet Union in one respect. Everything will not be government owned. Everything will be bank and corporate owned - and those who own them will own you. The enslavement will be the same though.



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