Predictive Programming from 30 Years Ago

When they tell us things such as, “You will own nothing,” we scoff and dismiss them. They are always placing the truth in plain sight. Did they have this technology all along?

 

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A reader sent me the image above of an advertisement published in a magazine over 30 years ago. A basic EV does cost around $65,000. You’d be lucky to find a burger and fries for $16 in the big US cities. “No problem. You’ll eat in. You won’t drive. And you won’t go anywhere.”

Our readers have a tendency to dig deeper, and the woman who was kind enough to submit this image noted that the advertisement was funded by the Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association (TIAA).

The TIAA “is a Fortune 500 company and one of the world’s largest providers of financial services, with assets under management of $1.2 trillion. It seeks to help its participants in education, research and healthcare communities achieve their financial goals. It offers products and services to more than 4.7 million individuals to save for retirement and goals and meet the evolving needs of its 12,000 client institutions.”

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The TIAA is a World Economic Forum partner. 

Agenda 2030, the Great Reset, the plan to burn it all down to BUILD BACK BETTER is real. The computer believes their initiatives will fail but these plans are concrete ideas that were implemented long ago. Wake up.

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