Decentralized ecosystems are essential to maintaining a free-market economy & protecting individual liberties !
Over the past century we’ve seen significant changes in the way we live our lives. Much of those changes took place at the turn of the century with the advent of the internet and then about a decade later when the smartphone was introduced and accessible to the average person.
But if we take a closer look at history we can see that the most noteworthy change that took place in the last century was one that most people aren’t even aware of (and arguably just as important to recognize as previous technological advancements).
So what was this minacious event?
It was the New Deal enacted by President Franklin D. Roosevelt between 1933 and 1939 in the United States.
In short, the New Deal allowed for an increase in centralized government power and opened the door for continued federal overreach. We can clearly see the effects of it today as the federal government has crossed the line of constitutional boundaries far too many times.
Between the New Deal and World War II, it seems like the proverbial economic and social justice clock was moved forward faster than ever.
Today, we face the continuation of centralized government expansion and intrusion on individual liberties but in a way many of us didn’t see coming.
Covid-19 & Our Economically Sick Society
During the global pandemic of 2020 we learned two harsh realities about where we are as a society.
1. We are grossly unhealthy and it shows in how we responded to the coronavirus outbreak.
2. When the next financial “heart attack” hits, many of us won’t be able to recover and will leave a bigger gaping hole in our economy than last time.
With the ever growing fear of more nationwide lockdowns and individual mandates, the vast majority of people want to return to some level of normalcy— even if that means that we continue wearing a mask and practicing social distancing (which has no scientific data supporting its effectiveness).
But the mainstream media has made it clear that we won’t ever go back to the way things were and that we just need to embrace this “new normal.”
What is this “New Normal”?
Professor Klaus Schwab, Founder & Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum said,
“The pandemic represents a rare but narrow window of opportunity to reflect, reimagine, and reset our world.
” But what does it really mean to “reimagine and reset our world.” Recently, executives from some of the largest tech, media, and food enterprises came together (including Coca-Cola, Disney, SalesForce, & Facebook) to discuss the changes that need to be made in order to move to a new sustainable global economy.
Among the many promises made in the Digital Reset include the Environmental & Social Justice Governance Standards.
These standards would require businesses to meet a certain ESG criteria in order to take out loans or even be qualified to be on the NYSE.
But it doesn’t end there.
With this new partnership between the public and private sector, global centralization has gone from an idea to a very serious reality that we need to address if we want to maintain individual liberties and free-market capitalism.
What do we do now?
Decentralization in every industry will be the key to maintaining strong local communities in the face of growing global governance.
“We the People” have to lead that change.
It’s time that we take ownership of our lives and stop handing it over to people and organizations who don’t have our best interests at heart. ClearUnited is at the forefront of this movement.
Learn more about Clear’s vision and how united we can save our God-given liberties and restore abundance for all of humankind.