The Privatisation Of Humanity.
Once upon a time, in far more sensible times, it was possible to visit a motor-car scrapyard, where you could find, without too much trouble, certain parts, to repair your old banger, from a variety cars of all makes, which used the same electrical components such as the Starting motor, Dynamo, track-rod ends, headlights, tail lights and various other parts.
I still have in my possession, a bus and on that bus the headlights are exactly the same as were the headlights on many small cars, whatever manufacturer had produced those cars. A motor for a VW Kombi, was identical to the motor for a VW Beetle, which, as a result of a design fault, a spare cylinder head and piston, was a frequent need, to carry out a do-it-yourself engine repair.
Nowadays, my local garageist is stumped by certain problems on the modern ‘smart-car’ because he lacks the necessary skills to interrogate the onboard computer, which may have shut down the braking system or something else, for some unfathomable reason.
I now have a perfectly good car, which is not too old and yet the manufacturer no longer makes spare parts, for my model, which means that should it be impossible to recuperate a part from a scrapyard, the vehicle must be dumped. I am now in that position. This is called progress.
It is perfectly possible to design cars and other vehicles, with standard parts, which allows free interchange between vehicles, without interfering with overall design and other fittings such as interior layout and dashboard instrumentation, which would minimise the wastage of expensive metals, copper, zinc and others, which were part of the manufacture of items, which are now simply dumped, when they were once-upon-a-time, part-exchanged, for a second-hand, renewed model.
The throw-away society is a limited model of reality, which can no longer be sustained. Electric tools are a prime example of waste. A few years ago, in a tool sale, in my local Hyper-Market, I bought a band sanding machine for roughly ten euros, dollars, or pounds. In the box, I found three sanding bands, which would have cost me more than the price of the machine.
The machine had quite obviously been designed for occasional use, by a home handyman. More serious use exposed the fact that there were no steel ball-bearings for the rotating parts, a simple copper tube served as the ball-bearing. Within an hour of use the copper tube was worn out and the gadget was useless.
I kept the three sanding bands and exchanged the ‘faulty’ machine for another, which was no better, once again I kept the three sanding bands and returned the machine and I was duly given another, with the same result, I now had nine abrasive bands for free, and when I returned the final machine, there were none left with which to replace it, so they refunded my ten euros. This is a ridiculous waste of money and materials. There should be an obligation that such machines are manufactured, as they once were, in a manner allowing simple repairs.
We are now being tricked into relinquishing our petrol or diesel fueled cars for either electric vehicles, which we can re-charge at home, or in the worst possible way, with driverless vehicles, which will be available for use, only after a telephone call to order one.
This will inevitably entail living in town, which is of course the final solution to the problem of ‘people’ all of whom must be denied access to the open countryside, leaving it as a wilderness for all creatures apart from human beings.
The idea of doing the weekend shopping at the local ‘Mall’ has been rendered unnecessary, by the introduction of ‘online’ mass marketing, which is designed to fool unwary folk into believing it to be a simpler, less stressful method of spending their salaries. However, the grim near future, will deny any access to your salary, as it will soon be impossible to hold any of your cash in your hand, as physical money will soon be declared obsolete, allowing any and every transaction to be automatically taken care of by the Central Bank, without any input by you. Even simple transactions between neighbours will be reduced to ‘swapping’ one item for another.
In my local ‘Super-Market, the aisles are jam-packed, with staff members, holding a shopping list in their hand, pushing a trolley, doing the shopping for ‘Drive’ customers, whom can either collect their ‘prepared’ shopping, or have it delivered by one of the fleet of white vans, which have suddenly become ubiquitous at all of the ‘Malls’ in the region.
Town Centres have become graveyards, with dozens of empty premises available for renting, while all of the local trade has been monopolised by huge traders, which offer cheaper prices, until all competition has been destroyed.
A while back I wrote an article about the ‘Family Mulliez’ which has taken control of an enormous amount of trade all across France. Since I wrote that post, they have managed to seize even more of the business of various small traders. A few years ago, I had a choice of several small merchants of artistic materials, whatever you could not find in one, you could find quite easily at another. Those days have gone, since the apparition of a Mulliez owned ‘hyper-market’ called Cultura, which has destroyed the business of the ‘specialists’ replacing them with merchants of nothing other than a choice of the ‘most sale-able items’, for example, it has now become almost impossible to find silk-screen emulsion, off the shelf, while to order it involves buying more than you need.
These are all symptoms of the advance of Agenda 21/2030, which demands the surrender of private transport and the re-wilding of the countryside. After the fast approaching, war or a plague of some sort, which will wipe out an enormous number of ‘useless eaters’ all survivors will all be obliged to live in ‘zones’ in and around ‘super-cities’ wherein the ownership of private property will be illegal and permission will be obligatory, should you want to raise a family. We will all have no purpose other than to serve the needs of our ‘Masters’ whom will be living in mansions, in the open countryside.
In the opening clip above, we are presented with the threat posed by the uncontrolled birthrate in the Third World. In Europe where we have managed to reduce our birthrate, we are being forced to allow entry to the teeming masses of humanity, which arrive with warnings that they intend to inflict the very same problem of uncontrolled family size in our lands, having been too stupid to understand the resulting breakdown which will follow such action.
Europe is already overcrowded, in terms of a sustainable population, however instead of consolidating what we now have, we are being told by ‘industry’ that we must allow the Third World overflow into our lands to provide cheap labour. We should be very afraid of this attitude to our well-being and future life possibilities.