Jeff Bezos has lost his marbles, or he’s just THAT evil.
In a rare moment, Bezos allowed his friendly, wonky mask to slip and allowed the world a glimpse at what lies beneath.
What we’re seeing is yet another example of how the elite billionaires, technocrats and oligarchs plan to exterminate those they deem peasants — which is pretty much everyone.
During a speech at the Ignatius Forum in Washington, D.C., Bezos said that only a select few people will be allowed to remain on Earth, as millions of people will be thrown up into cylindrical space stations, where they will work and take over industrial production.
Bezos has been recently joining his other fellow rich guys, Richard Branson and Elon Musk, in space exploration and has been launching rockets up into space, with his last launch taking Captain Kirk (William Shatner) out into a “galaxy far far away.” (That’s ‘Stars Wars’ though, isn’t it? Nevermind.)
Bezos dreams of Amazon workers being in space, and says that the Earth will end up a protected place, like a national park of sorts.
Of course he didn’t elaborate as to who would or wouldn’t get to stay on the ground, but according to his own comments, it’s easy to assume it won’t be the poorest — they’ll be his new factory workers stuck on space stations.
Bezos optimistically laid out his vision for Earth, and it’s populace, while of course plugging his own company:
“Millions of people will move from Earth to space over time. And that’s the vision of Blue Origin — millions of people working in space,” he said, referring to his own firm.
“Over centuries, most or many of the people will be born in space. It will be their first home. They will be born on these colonies, they will live on these colonies. They may visit Earth the way you would visit Yellowstone National Park,” Bezos “predicted.” (Or does he already know?)
A question that should have been asked was: If there are only millions of people going to be slung out into orbit to their lives of servitude, what happens to the other billions of people if Earth is expected to be relatively empty?
It’s a no-brainer at this point that the billionaires of the world hate us all.
Normal hard-working schlubs aren’t welcome in the Globalist elites’ shiny new utopia they have all envisioned for themselves. Unless, of course, it’s to clean their homes or serve them in some way, but then they’ll have robots for that. (If they don’t already have them now.)
It’s a sad reality that the people who are in the best positions to truly do something meaningful for the human race and the planet are the most selfish, and definitely the most hypocritical.
They fly around the world in private jets as much as they like, have homes as big as they like, use as many resources as they like, all while warning of the dangers of overconsumption of said resources while simultaneously encouraging vast amounts of consumerism — something their businesses and fortunes are built on.
It is beyond frustrating that adults are expected to accept dictatorship from, let’s face it, a bunch of people who look like they could have at one stage been the cast of ‘Revenge of the Nerds.’
But that’s the thing: We’re living in a REAL LIFE ‘Revenge of the Nerds.’
And they’re coming to either enslave us, or just outright kill us.
These are the crazy times that we’re in.