This story is about happytalism. Due to the huge quantity of information, that is half considered one of the collection. “Happytalism” is a really tough phrase that hasn’t gotten a lot consideration but — however we could begin listening to about it shortly.
It’s a branding time period that sweetly refers to the identical transhumanist framework of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the Great Reset (the place real estate ownership is concentrated, the place residing beings are diminished to “digital twins” managed by means of the blockchain, and the place we “own nothing” and eat bugs).
“Happytalism” is a bit of selling language that lives along with “green and sustainable development,” “racial equity,” “inclusivity,” “climate justice,” “building back better,” and so on. Speaking of bugs, I can’t resist.
For context, please remember that in 2019, the United Nations signed a broad and unpublicized agreement with the World Economic Forum on strategic cooperation on quite a lot of points, and 4IR is listed as considered one of the areas of mentioned cooperation. On a tangent, I might additionally wish to level out a element that’s simple to overlook.
Where the settlement talks about well being, it mentions cooperation on antimicrobial resistance. It so occurs that in response to the World Economic Forum, they count on antimicrobial resistance to turn out to be a serious menace that can enormously exceed the risks of the coronavirus.
It can be notable that the complete western well being response to the coronavirus has strongly pushed for measures that reduce natural immunity, discourage the use of nutritional vitamins, and promote overuse of sanitizers, which is assumed to result in antimicrobial resistance (you may examine the thread beneath).
Before we get to happytalism correct, please check out this mind-boggling United Nation article and video. For starters, right here’s this bit the place indigenous kids sing about, I’m sorry, the “new world order.” This track can be part of the official United Nations video beneath. (The feedback on the video are disabled.)
[While you are at it, please check out the sweet, sincere message by the well-known altruist and environmentalist, Prince Charles, who does not at all own any framework for a new economic system (at around 2:24). And if you have the heart for it, check out the WTF skit on potty training for the unwashed heathen (at 39:41).]
Notably, the story and the video had been initially posted on the subdomain of the United Nations web site that has to do with the SDGs (“sustainable development goals”), a program that’s ears-deep in the World Economic Forum’s agenda towards the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the Great Reset).
Okay, so the kids sang an odd track about the coronavirus and the “new world order,” the latter recognized in fact to be a humorous phrase, whispered by loopy folks as they go about “the elites” and regulate the tinfoil hats on their heads. I personally don’t use this phrase as a result of you may’t get very far with it, regardless that … oh by no means thoughts.
But my good manners don’t change the indisputable fact that the phrase was coined and popularized not by loopy tinfoil hat wearers however by a few of the most influential folks of the western world (the proverbial “elites”), resembling, for instance, Henry Kissinger, and that’s simply in the latest period.
A little bit of a philosophical thought course of: Are there elites? Are all of us on the identical degree in terms of with the ability to management nationwide and world cashflows, wars, the media and the politicians? How insane is it to presume that these in energy may need egocentric concepts about the world, and what it must be, and the place it ought to go?
Is it insane to posit that of their heads, they may not relate to the remainder of us as a lot as we want, and may possess much less respect for our opinions and pursuits than we could hope? Is it insane to take a position that highly effective folks is perhaps speaking to one another privately to advertise their shared pursuits (whereas additionally competing with one another on their degree)?
Has it by no means occurred? Never-ever? Not even an oil battle? Not even a campaign or a secret treaty? Not even an American company making the most of the Nazi focus camps? Not even an alphabet company defending Nazi researchers and secretly delivery them to the U.S. to proceed unethical experiments? Not even a drug manufacturer doing experiments on disadvantaged children in New York?
Is it insane to assume that the particular pursuits of right this moment’s, um, elites, seemingly embody converging organic life and digital artifacts (and I don’t care if that is their very own insane thought or an insane thought recommended by their extremely paid advisors — however the notion of it’s formally official and featured on authorities web sites in Canada and in the UK — whereas nonetheless undeniably insane.)
And is it loopy to assume that somebody on the market appears very fascinated with establishing a, hopefully, all-planetary system of control and management of every living thing and every mineral on Earth, a system managed by a number of hundred or thousand significantly formidable and rich people, and managed by AI?
Aren’t they themselves selling this concept by means of the media and NGOs? Here can be very lavishly funded — and allegedly very depressing in actual life — Ray Kurzweil — and his loopy singularity.
And what constructions are there in place to make sure that fashionable western residents are immune from being ultimately — or quickly — handled by the tremendous rich the manner the indigenous had been handled by numerous European missionaries and their royal masters?
What if digital colonialism can be a factor in the heads of the “elites,” identical to conventional colonialism was a factor that drove the rulers of the previous? On a aspect word, please google the 1974 Kissinger report that, amongst different issues, brags about incentivizing Indian males to get a vasectomy).
That’s that about tinfoil hats. Life is advanced and multi-faceted however folks do conspire, and they do all of it the time, so the notion that they could possibly be conspiring right this moment is just not that loopy. Also, please see the SoftBank founder speaking about his 300-year plan.
Speaking of “long-range plans made in secret,” right here is an excellent article by Steven Newcomb, titled, “On Conspiracy.” (I owe the “long-range plans made in secret” phrase to him as effectively.)
Steven seems at it from an indigenous perspective. It seems that again in the day, Thomas Jefferson wrote, “Our settlements will gradually circumscribe and approach the Indians, and they will in time either incorporate with us as citizens of the United States, or remove beyond the Mississippi. The former is certainly the termination of their history most happy for themselves.”
And now, please meet precise “happytalism,” Jayme Illien, and “Happiness for All,” an initiative that claims the participation of the United Nations and goals to put in actually a “New World Order” based mostly on “happiness.”
Before I say the rest, I wish to first say that Jayme Illien looks as if a really opportunistic man with deep ties to the alphabets and a attainable a damaged childhood, and that his direct affiliation with the UN in the context of that particular venture is formally disputed.
The United Nations has formally denied their relationship to his venture, whereas at the identical time selling related initiatives. That mentioned, opportunistic people play a big position in human historical past, and he appears to be hustling actually arduous whereas having highly effective connections. Here is an archived version of the now deleted Wikipedia article about him.
Here is an archived version of a Business Insider story about Illien that has since been deleted. It provides quite a lot of perception into his line of labor. It talks about him being a United Nations consultant for Economists for Peace and Security, and additionally about this:
“In 2011, Illien Global Public Benefit Corporation launched a multi-year marketing campaign to maneuver happiness to the prime of the worldwide coverage agenda endlessly. In 2012, Illien Global approached the United Nations about creating the new world day, the International Day of Happiness, now celebrated worldwide each March 20.
With the help and management of ambassadors from throughout the world – together with the Kingdom of Bhutan, which measures Gross National Happiness as an alternative of GDP – Illien Global was in a position to achieve the endorsement of the President of the General Assembly and United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon to convey a brand new UN decision to the General Assembly that might create the new world day, the International Day of Happiness.” (source)
When it involves Jayme Illien, he has A LOT of internet sites, some are well-developed and presentable, some are fully uncooked and filled with placeholder photos and textual content, and some hold curiously altering over time. In reality, in considered one of his interviews, Jayme Illien has modified his title as effectively. His Facebook has not been up to date since 2018.
If you take a look at illienglobal.com, it’s all digital ecosystems, good cities, and blockchain, all the favourite issues of the 4IR dreamers, wrapped in “green and sustainable” language for the busy and the gullible.
In his personal phrases, “For 35 years, Illien Global™ has been dedicated to working with governments, intergovernmental organizations, global financial institutions, the technology sector, global leaders, academia, civil society, and the broader private sector to advance the human condition, invest in the future, and promote Happiness for All™.” (source).
Also in personal phrases, “In 2011, Illien Global launched the Happiness for All™ Initiative at the United Nations, leading Secretary-General Ban-Ki Moon to call for a new economic paradigm based on ‘Gross Global Happiness.’”
(Gross Global Happiness is its personal factor. It seems like partly, the folks selling it actually consider that they’re doing one thing good; nonetheless, it was additionally true of varied missionaries of the previous who created struggling in the title of their ideology.)
Illien’s “United Nations New World Order” web site has been scrubbed. But the archived version says, “The United Nations New World Order Project is a global, high-level initiative founded in 2008 to advance a new economic paradigm, a new political order, and more broadly, a new world order for humankind, which achieves the UN’s Global Goals for Sustainable Development by 2030, and the happiness, well-being, and freedom of all life on Earth by 2050.”
The United Nations has denied their affiliation with this web site. The webpage the place they mentioned it appears to be gone, however right here is the archived version.
“And just to note that over the weekend, I’ve been receiving a lot of questions from different journalists about a website for a something called the United Nations New World Order project. I just want to state and say this very clearly that this project and website is in no way sanctioned by the United Nations.” (from the May 27, 2020 day by day briefing by Stéphane Dujarric, Spokesman for the Secretary-General).
And then, there’s Luis Gallardo who additionally claims to be a founding father of Happytalism. Gallardo’s net presence is much extra polished than Illien’s. In his personal phrases, he’s the Founder & President of the World Happiness Foundation and World Happiness Fest (the authentic hyperlink is just not obtainable), the writer of “Happytalism and The Exponentials of Happiness,” and the Director of the Gross Global Happiness program at the United Nations University for Peace.
He can be related to the World Happiness Academy. All the tasks are very fuzzy and appear like there’s good cash behind them. Here is a video of each of them speaking about Happytalism. To make it extra attention-grabbing, on this online assembly, Jayme Illien goes by “Jayme Lilienthal.”
And lastly, bear in mind the infamous World Economic Forum’s proposition that went, “You’ll own nothing, and you’ll be happy”?
Well, effectively, effectively … right here is one other man who wrote a book called, “Happytalism,” and guess what, buried amongst numerous candy phrases, there’s de-prioritizing revenue as a price, which appears to me like a really good and elusive technique to say that in spite of everything, “you’ll own nothing and you’ll be happy.”
Add to that the pattern towards very profitable influence funding packages for “mental health,” and additionally cash arbitrarily generated by the authorities (as a result of they will) and then given to personal entities to “solve problems,” and we now have a strong feudal financial system the place the majority personal nothing and play the position of sad our bodies have to be made blissful by means of government-funded influence funding packages, carried out by non-public corporations.
Nice, proper? (By the manner, right here’s from Happytalism.world in 2018, “Taking on Mental Illness Is Fiscally Sound and Morally Necessary”).
And sure, the writer of the e book could possibly be a mere opportunist who selected to write down a classy e book, very similar to the opportunists in the Soviet Union pontificated advert nauseam about non-existent communist beliefs. But … I don’t know … am I fooling around not trusting these folks with my happiness?
There’s heaps extra to say about the act of hijacking “good” language to promote no matter one needs to promote, however the article is getting too lengthy. So I wish to finish this story with the interview with Mary Otto-Chang, in case you missed it earlier. She is fantastic.
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