Canada Free Press
Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh
They must control everything we do in our daily lives to save us from ourselves because they know better, they are the gods of sustainability, the linchpin of United Nations Agenda 2030
Travel will soon become a thing of the past. Not only are the globalists getting ready to shut down commercial airports, destroying all the industries dependent on travel, but air transportation will no longer be available to the masses, it will only be allowed to those who have billions, who can afford their own jets, and have enough money for landing fees at the few remaining commercial and private airports.
ON THE CHOPPING BLOCK: air conditioning, gas stoves, gas heating systems, wood-fired ovens
Besides the interdiction of a large contingent of combustion engine cars in EU cities by 2050, air conditioning, gas stoves, gas heating systems, wood-fired ovens, and other amenities that make modern life more comfortable and livable will disappear in the U.S. By 2050 only electric vehicles will be allowed on EU roads. No Fossil Fuels-Powered Cars in Europe Cities by 2050 - autoevolution
In the new digital currency world being implemented rapidly around the globe, travel will be a privilege that only the mega rich will be able to afford. The masses are encouraged to join the virtual reality realm if they want to see the real world.
The New York Times is already mentally preparing/indoctrinating the masses with bizarre arguments against travel. The statement that many people make, “I love to travel,” is thus classified by the author, Agnes Callard, as “the most uninformative statement that people are inclined to make.” I wonder how she would feel if only allowed to move on foot or by bus within a very limited radius her entire life.
To support her view, the author uses examples from famous people like G. K. Chesterton who wrote that “travel narrows the mind,” Ralph Waldo Emerson who called travel “a fool’s paradise,” Socrates and Immanuel Kant who seldom left their homes, and the Portuguese writer Fernando Pessoa who penned in his “Book of Disquiet” the following, “I abhor new ways of life and unfamiliar places…. The idea of traveling nauseates me … Ah, let those who don’t exist travel!... Travel is for those who cannot feel…. Only extreme poverty of the imagination justified having to move around to feel.”
Who knew that exploration of new lands, horizons, landmarks, and other historical and archeological sites suddenly became passe because the globalists gave the orders to the mainstream media to indoctrinate the masses
In this new and twisted view, if you love to travel, you are a fool, you cannot feel, and you are lacking imagination. Who knew that exploration of new lands, horizons, landmarks, and other historical and archeological sites suddenly became passe because the globalists gave the orders to the mainstream media to indoctrinate the masses that travel is bad, and you are shallow and lacking if you do.
Callard wrote that “tourism is what we call traveling when other people are doing it. And, although people like to talk about their travels, few of us like to listen to them.” The Case Against Travel | The New Yorker
I’ve never treated my travels as shallow. I walked in the steps of history with much anticipation and pride and reached places I’ve only dreamed of. I’ve learned more things from my travels domestically and internationally than I had ever learned in all the years I spent in public schools and in college classrooms. And I was paying close attention to the professorial lectures since I was paying the tuition.
The New York Times is also suggesting that we should take pilgrimage-style vacations where we travel on foot. What a healthy idea if you can walk all day. But so many people are unable to do so. Health reasons, handicaps, and other issues prevent them from traveling on foot, but they would still love to have the experience of nature, learn from archeological digs, see paintings, sculptures, beautiful buildings, experience cuisines abroad for themselves. (Why 2023 Is the Year of the Long Walk)
Globalists are suggesting replacing travel with virtual reality
Globalists are suggesting replacing travel with virtual reality, a fake experience that does not begin to fill the thrill one experiences in front of a masterpiece or a statue at the Louvre or the awe of seeing the pyramids of Egypt and the Sphinx.
Billionaires, bureaucrats at the U.N., and mouthpieces writing for leftist magazines do not have the right to take away our freedom to experience history, archeology, nature, other countries, monuments, mountains, lakes, churches, famous statues in person. They are trying to control 8 billion people under the bogus premise that humanity is in peril. They must control everything we do in our daily lives to save us from ourselves because they know better, they are the gods of sustainability, the linchpin of United Nations Agenda 2030, saving the planet from imaginary carbon emission Armageddon while the billionaires and their sycophant bureaucrats are jetting around the world in their private planes, mega yachts, and other fossil fuel driven machines that emit tons of carbon.
Original Article: https://canadafreepress.com/article/145716