Kim Dotcom’s Twitter Thread About the Great Reset

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Kim Dotcom is a German-Finnish tech entrepreneur, best known for repeatedly getting prosecuted for allowing people to upload files, including copyrighted files.

He’s always been a very funny guy, but more recently he’s started giving serious political commentary, which is somewht in line with the stuff that we are seeing from others in the tech industry lately.

This week, he took to Twitter to give a pretty dire warning about what the future holds for the people of earth if we do not push back on the psychopathic elite that is running the West.

This isn’t really new information to the readers of this website, but it is very encouraging to see it coming from my second favorite Kim. Also to be fair, the way he lays out the numbers is very convincing. It is completely insane that people are still somehow claiming that US economy somehow “won’t collapse.” Everyone knows that hyperinflation is inevitable.

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This may be the most important threat that I ever make. Big picture stuff.

I’ll try to help you understand why the future is not what we’re hoping for. A major global collapse is coming. It may be worse than we can imagine.

Our leaders know.
But what are they planning?

— Kim Dotcom (@KimDotcom) May 14, 2022

US spending and debt have spiraled out of control and the Govt can only raise the money it needs by printing it.

That causes inflation. It’s like taxing you extra because you pay more for the things you need and all your assets decline in value.

See the money printing frenzy: pic.twitter.com/DU3JV6S8Z4

— Kim Dotcom (@KimDotcom) May 14, 2022

Total US debt is at $90 trillion. US unfunded liabilities are at $169 trillion. Combined that’s $778,000 per US citizen or $2,067,000 per US tax payer.

Remember, the only way the Government can operate now is by printing more money. Which means hyperinflation is inevitable.

— Kim Dotcom (@KimDotcom) May 14, 2022

The value of all US assets combined, every piece of land, real estate, all savings, all companies, everything that all citizens, businesses, entities and the state own is worth $193 trillion.

That number is also full of air just like the US stock market.

— Kim Dotcom (@KimDotcom) May 14, 2022

So even if the US could sell all its assets at the current value, which is impossible, it would still be broke.

The US is beyond bankrupt.
This patient is already dead.
This patient is now a zombie.

You probably wonder why are things still going? Why didn’t it all collapse yet.

— Kim Dotcom (@KimDotcom) May 14, 2022

The only reason why the US zombie keeps going is because the end of the US is the end of western prosperity and an admission that capitalism failed as a model for the world.

But it doesn’t change the reality. The collapse is inevitable and coming.

What’s the plan to fix this?

— Kim Dotcom (@KimDotcom) May 14, 2022

Without a controlled demolition the world will collapse for all, including the elites.

The world has changed so much, nothing seems to make sense anymore, the blatant corruption is out in the open, the obvious propaganda media, the erosion of our rights.

What’s the end game?

— Kim Dotcom (@KimDotcom) May 14, 2022

“What is the end game?” is a kind of rhetorical question.

We all see where this is leading: the ruling elite of the Western world are attempting to establish a post-democracy system, where a tiny elite minority rule over a mass of landless peasants.

Finally, however, we are seeing some very encouraging signs of resistance.

We’ve of course all be following closely the Elon Musk saga. Musk is in the process of purchasing Twitter, and reinstating freedom of speech. Peter Theil is working to get populist candidates into Congress, with mixed results. Most recently and certainly most shockingly, Jeff Bezos came out and attacked Joe Biden over inflation, his “Disinformation Board,” and claims that allegedly greedy corporations should be paying extra taxes.

Kim is not a billionaire – at least that’s not public, although there’s a pretty high likelihood he’s a crypto billionaire.

He’s been doing a lot of noticing.



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The only reason why the US zombie keeps going is because the end of the US is the end of western prosperity and an admission that capitalism failed as a model for the world.

But it doesn’t change the reality. The collapse is inevitable and coming.

What’s the plan to fix this?
I am no expert or economist but is capitalism a failed model?

It seems like capitalism would be pretty great all-around if it were not for the Federal Reserve and the Jews.

In America of the late 1800s to the 1970s or so we had more human freedom and more prosperity than every before in recorded human history. Capitalism in America gave people the freedom to become business owners and farmers and producers. It gave the world Henry Ford, the Wright Brothers, Thomas Edison, and countless others who contributed to the benefit of all humanity.

I would think America would still be doing pretty swell were it not for the Federal Reserve bank and the forces of evil intentionally destroying it from within.

Sure, things were not perfect. But we had a modicum of prosperity and human freedom. Evil wanted to end that.
 

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I knew the usd was falling so I checked forex the other day because I wanted to see where other nations' currencies were at. All other currencies are down too, and the USD is still on top of the shit pile. My conclusion: The great reset is coming and the nwo will come with a Global FedCoin. One global currency was Keynes's solution to the Triffin Paradox.
 

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I knew the usd was falling so I checked forex the other day because I wanted to see where other nations' currencies were at. All other currencies are down too, and the USD is still on top of the shit pile. My conclusion: The great reset is coming and the nwo will come with a Global FedCoin. One global currency was Keynes's solution to the Triffin Paradox.
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I would think America would still be doing pretty swell were it not for the Federal Reserve bank and the forces of evil intentionally destroying it from within.
I would argue that the ideology failed, certainly. Isn't Capital C Capitalism used to justify the system just as often as socialist propaganda is? Last I checked Fox News boomer types love sucking Jews off under the pretext of Capitalism. They're the winners, "fair and square" and if you don't like it you should just build your own corrupt raceless empire.
 

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I knew the usd was falling so I checked forex the other day because I wanted to see where other nations' currencies were at. All other currencies are down too, and the USD is still on top of the shit pile. My conclusion: The great reset is coming and the nwo will come with a Global FedCoin. One global currency was Keynes's solution to the Triffin Paradox.
You are a no-coiner shill and I hate your face.

But yeah - every other currency will collapse first, as some other guy was saying in a different thread, so for a time the dollar is actually going to be bolstered somewhat as the market cap of other currencies gets dumped into the dollar. Third world countries can't stop people from using the dollar, so that's what they will do when their own currencies collapse. An influx of new users will aid the dollar temporarily. It's like when there was online streaming, but Hollywood Video collapsed before Blockbuster. I'm sure Blockbuster got a bump when Hollywood video went down.
 

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Capitalism is just another word for Order, Hierarchy, Patriarchy, etc. There's nothing inherently wrong with this structure, it's a tool. Systems are corrupted by flawed man. And, out of the different economic systems, I think Capitalism is harder to corrupt.
 

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I am no expert or economist but is capitalism a failed model?

It seems like capitalism would be pretty great all-around if it were not for the Federal Reserve and the Jews.

In America of the late 1800s to the 1970s or so we had more human freedom and more prosperity than every before in recorded human history. Capitalism in America gave people the freedom to become business owners and farmers and producers. It gave the world Henry Ford, the Wright Brothers, Thomas Edison, and countless others who contributed to the benefit of all humanity.

I would think America would still be doing pretty swell were it not for the Federal Reserve bank and the forces of evil intentionally destroying it from within.

Sure, things were not perfect. But we had a modicum of prosperity and human freedom. Evil wanted to end that.
All societies end up failing because, in the lead up to their decadence, most people become more devoted to the fruits of fleshy pursuits, in some capacity or another (which is primarily money but it can be any worldly thing they covet after as a "god" or end in itself), than to God and the virtues derived from a life oriented towards God. In the late stages of decline, most people behave and think very much like a merchant and, whether the people invent the things they trade or not or whether or not what they sell is their own labor/body, the problem with this greedy & hoardy (both with money and pleasures) merchant mentality is that the metric of people's lives and of success ceases to be attaining and maintaining the honor derived from the virtues of living a good, humble and honest life (basically what you get when most men are content with having honor derived from doing good by their fellows, having food and shelter and a wife and kids) and becomes the storing up and acquisition of physical goods for its own sake and to please the flesh (as in, people will forgo having a family to save the meager amount of money they make to "enjoy life more", to "have more fun" or to "retire earlier", they will spend their 20s "finding themselves", they will destroy family ties so they can make the payments on their yacht, etc., everything will be calculated to maximize their individual pleasure, security and comfort and avoid doing anything that requires sacrificing any of these, even momentarily, and instead shunning everything that could give their lives meaning in relation to God, because the core tenet of their lives is that the meaning of life is to "have a blast" within the 80-90 years one manages to live before rotting with the flesh (if they at anytime break this norm, this is merely incidental. Doesn't change their overall path) - and after doing enough of this we reach this situation where you can't even have a family anymore or at least one in which the risk is too high and the effects of failure overwhelming, similar to the state of affairs in Sodom and Gommorrah).

Even in the fall of the Roman empire, an especially important fact was that middle class people were having way less children because they were able to store up more money to "enjoy their lives and secure their old ages", with women having abortions or finding ways to not conceive in order to save the money (so much so that at one point even tax incentives and handing out money for people to have kids did not work anymore). Naturally, the idleness this caused for those who would forgo parenting increased the practice of sodomy and other forms of what the masses call "fun", including becoming crossdressing transvestites. Much of the people refused to fight for the decadent empire and the empire had to increase the size of its separate multiracial slave army to make up for the lack of native Roman births that would fill in the main one. And so we see that every time a decline and fall is to happen at any time in history, love of money/covetousness necessarily comes before it (which is why in Timothy 6:10 it says - "For the love of money is the root of all evil"). From the Sodomites to the Romans and to the boomers, every society-wide disrupting evil can be traced back to love of money/covetousness (Even Eve was coveting the fruit of the tree).

Even if technology seems to make things fundamentally different (and crazier), morally that has not been so. Even the women going extremely buckwild has happened before and, even though many here would argue that nothing compares to right now, we see in the Bible that there was a time that women ruled Israel with a very similar type of feminism (favor in society over men and positions of power), as a result of men giving in to worshipping the demons that their heathen wives worshipped (as we also have seen in the examples of matriarchies in parts of Africa). In any case, this current state of affairs, in general, has cyclically repeated itself since the beginning. As was the case 2000 years ago, it is so now, which is why the Bible says in Ecclesiastes 7:10 - "Say not: What thinkest thou is the cause that former times were better than they are now? for this manner of question is foolish."
People should understand that we should neither put our hopes in a "political solution" or "ideology" nor in men of any kind and instead put all our trust in God, Who alone is good and able to save us, as we can see is what we should do from Psalm 145/146:2-3 - "Put not your trust in princes: In the children of men, in whom there is no salvation."
 
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I am no expert or economist but is capitalism a failed model?
Most normie people understand capitalism as the fair exchange of value from one to another. There is nothing inherently wrong with this fundamentally and it dose build prosperity to everyone involved. However, this crony capitalism with complex usury and speculation that we actually have that works against the common people and their value/labor is the actual thing that absolutely fails and is unstable in the long term. Still, they know that this crony capitalism system failing was a feature, not a bug and so they have their new world order plans waiting in the sidelines for the inevitable collapse of their looting.

Remember, the word 'capitalism' was a communist redefinition of 'the fair exchange of value' that most people know of at that time and some still believe so to this day. By using the word "capitalism" to define such a natural transaction of value, you are loading the perception of this system up with a whole lot of jewish comminist nonsense that makes it seem like a bad system. The power of changing language, ladies and gentlemen.

George Lincoln Rockwell wrote a very good breakdown of this in his book 'White Power' when he talks about the 'ship wreckers of the ship of state'.

The word "capitalism" has always been a deliberate rhetorical misdirection.
 

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I think that when people think of capitalism that thing of mercantilism, in other words money exchanged for goods and services. America used to operate under a merchanilist system in the early years up until probably the 1970's when we started exporting our industrial base to asia.

What has been expertly laid out in the first post is that we don't have enough goods if every bit of dirt and every person was somehow converted to a numeric value to pay off our financial debt. But saying capitalism failed because America got mismanaged to taking a higher debt than it could repay seems like changing the terms for the topic. America isn't an idealized financial concept like capitalism or mercantilism. It is its people. If anything America is taking on more debt than it can repay because it is importing more shit people than it is exporting.

A mercantilist system would allow us to export the shit people, but so would a capitalist system. Private ownership would allow the people to engage in expulsions of the trouble makers and reduce the capital of the criminal class to social irrelevance. But there are ideals. The real world lacks much ability to appropriate ideals to actions. There can be lots of discussion but the impulse to action lies in the individual even in a communist system.

I think in order to have the great reset we would have to move through a process of deglobalisation in order to arrive at the neofeudal system that I believe the Great Reset is a code word for. But looking around I believe the west is in a neofeudal system and in many places never left a feudal system. Didn't we do the Great Reset when the USSR collapsed and China moved to a global system? Or was in during the Covid-19 plandemic?

Anyway it is hard to research the topics which are just idealized systems that have little real world application since they are so open to interpretation you could allow any manner of word play to change the perceived outcomes of any point in history. Its exhausting to belabor the point. Some people have to go to work. Go to work. Earn your pay. Raise your children. Praise the Lord.
 

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I don't think Kim is a leftist, but whatever. He's referring to oligarchy.
Indeed. And plutocracy and kakistocracy also, maybe. All three seem tied together into whatever is going on today as far as designating what the beast system actually is.

I like him. Interviews I watched with him many years ago, he seems right on about everything.

I am reminded me of that old megaupload music video. Good times.

Just watched it for the first time in like 10 years.
Everybody in the video is black, LOL!
Except at the dude at 1:50

 

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Its hard to distinguish his political believes but he seems to support leftist causes when he created the Internet Party (quoted below from wikipedia). I don't see anything traditionalist or libertarian about his party, unless the only thing he really wanted was ending copyrights / trademarks and modern libertarians are otherwise indistinguishable from hard-line socialists with green energy and social policies requiring government subsidies for everything from jobs to social issues. Maybe the other policies were added to just grain traction.

I suppose that is a topic for another day, but it goes back to controlling the government and removing or restricting their opposition kind of like a Cold Civil War. The government has removed so many civil rights people can't socially advance without direct government subsidies. As someone who is far from rich or even a stable middle class income living paycheck to paycheck, I can't afford the higher taxes of socialism and can't afford the home security systems required for a 'libertarian paradise'.

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The party used a consultative process to form policies with its membership using online platforms with policy writers following the forum in the background.[35]

During its launch in 2014, the party set an agenda which included the following broad aims:[8][36]

  • Provide unlimited high-speed internet to all New Zealanders, 50% cheaper than current prices;
  • Build another submarine communications cable connecting New Zealand to the world;
  • Create new high-tech jobs;
  • Restrict government surveillance;
  • Review the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement;
  • Copyright reform;
  • Encourage clean energy and green technology;
  • Reduce social inequality.
 

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Its hard to distinguish his political believes but he seems to support leftist causes when he created the Internet Party (quoted below from wikipedia). I don't see anything traditionalist or libertarian about his party, unless the only thing he really wanted was ending copyrights / trademarks and modern libertarians are otherwise indistinguishable from hard-line socialists with green energy and social policies requiring government subsidies for everything from jobs to social issues. Maybe the other policies were added to just grain traction.

I suppose that is a topic for another day, but it goes back to controlling the government and removing or restricting their opposition kind of like a Cold Civil War. The government has removed so many civil rights people can't socially advance without direct government subsidies. As someone who is far from rich or even a stable middle class income living paycheck to paycheck, I can't afford the higher taxes of socialism and can't afford the home security systems required for a 'libertarian paradise'.



Yeah I think he's mostly just obsessed with the internet. I mean, green energy is whatever. It doesn't work but if it did I don't think there would be anything wrong with it. The solution to energy issues though is mostly just anti-immigration policies. Third world people use a lot less energy in their home countries.

I'm not super familiar with his non-internet related policies, so I kind of assumed he was a standard libertarian. But various "pirate parties" usually tack on nominally enviro policies when all they really care about is free speech and abolishing copyright.
 

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Yeah I think he's mostly just obsessed with the internet. I mean, green energy is whatever. It doesn't work but if it did I don't think there would be anything wrong with it. The solution to energy issues though is mostly just anti-immigration policies. Third world people use a lot less energy in their home countries.

I'm not super familiar with his non-internet related policies, so I kind of assumed he was a standard libertarian. But various "pirate parties" usually tack on nominally enviro policies when all they really care about is free speech and abolishing copyright.
I always summed it up as alot of these old internet people were usually liberals, leftist or something to that effect, but back then it was so different than it is today its hard to figure out.
People today are so left they make the old left into the right by comparison.
 

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Kim Dotcom is a German-Finnish tech entrepreneur, best known for repeatedly getting prosecuted for allowing people to upload files, including copyrighted files.

He’s always been a very funny guy, but more recently he’s started giving serious political commentary, which is somewht in line with the stuff that we are seeing from others in the tech industry lately.

This week, he took to Twitter to give a pretty dire warning about what the future holds for the people of earth if we do not push back on the psychopathic elite that is running the West.

This isn’t really new information to the readers of this website, but it is very encouraging to see it coming from my second favorite Kim. Also to be fair, the way he lays out the numbers is very convincing. It is completely insane that people are still somehow claiming that US economy somehow “won’t collapse.” Everyone knows that hyperinflation is inevitable.






















“What is the end game?” is a kind of rhetorical question.

We all see where this is leading: the ruling elite of the Western world are attempting to establish a post-democracy system, where a tiny elite minority rule over a mass of landless peasants.

Finally, however, we are seeing some very encouraging signs of resistance.

We’ve of course all be following closely the Elon Musk saga. Musk is in the process of purchasing Twitter, and reinstating freedom of speech. Peter Theil is working to get populist candidates into Congress, with mixed results. Most recently and certainly most shockingly, Jeff Bezos came out and attacked Joe Biden over inflation, his “Disinformation Board,” and claims that allegedly greedy corporations should be paying extra taxes.

Kim is not a billionaire – at least that’s not public, although there’s a pretty high likelihood he’s a crypto billionaire.

He’s been doing a lot of noticing.



I am fully on board with whatever these tech people want to do. I think they should be put in charge.

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Now that Bezos is on board with Elon, I’m on board with tech oligarchy.

At least the government will actually work, turn a profit, be efficient, and provide excellent customer service.

This shitty Walmart/DMV/rogue-FBI-criminal government manages to be boring, incompetent, uninteresting, and demonic all at the same time.
 
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