Truckers vs Teslas
The WEF Transhumanists may have created a monster they can't control. Honk.
Transhumanism1 is one of the modern iterations of eugenics, which is itself a direct descendant of evolutionary theory. Once you look for it, you will see transhumanist messaging throughout mass media. The basic tenet of transhumanism is that man will one day merge with machines/computers/robots to become something “better” than human. We can cover the philosophical and spiritual foundation and implications of transhumanism another day. For now, though, I want to talk about the truckers and their Freedom Convoy in Canada.
What do truckers have to do with transhumanism? While trucking is far from the only profession slated for imminent obsolescence, truck drivers are certainly in the cross-hairs of the globalists’ automation agenda. Their transhumanist/technocratic premise is that a computer programmer who is not sitting in a semi can create a software program that does a better job driving a truck than a trucker who has logged thousands of hours behind the wheel.
While each new stage of technocratic enslavement is advertised as more safe and convenient, the reality of self-driving vehicles has not exactly been free of controversy. As with most agendas of our technocratic age, the real goal is to increase the power and control of the kakistocracy over the commoners. Forcing car owners to buy electric self-driving vehicles is one such example of that control, in that it poses a dire threat to our freedom of movement. Imagine, then, how much more serious is the threat of autonomous trucks to the trucking industry.
I’m not sure if safety concerns alone have been responsible for pushing back the initial promise that autonomous trucks would begin rolling off the assembly line in 2019. First the start date was changed to 2020; now it’s been rescheduled for 2023. Whatever the reason for the delay, isn’t it convenient that the calculus has changed from autonomous trucks needing to be safer and cheaper before they could gain a foothold in the marketplace to autonomous trucks now being desperately needed because of a sudden shortage of truckers? Hungry people demanding that food be stocked on grocery stores shelves are sure to create a market for these self-driving trucks, the technocratic thinking goes. Empty bellies don’t complain about how the food arrives.
Who will gain from this transhumanist shift to autonomous trucks? Well, let’s not forget that as Elon Musk soaks up applause for his trucker-friendly tweets and donations, he is all the while hard at work developing a self-driving semi that is designed to replace those very trucks owned by the convoy truckers with . . . Teslas.
Beyond Musk’s self-interested and hypocritical involvement with the convoy’s cause, there are a number of other reasons to suspect that Peter Pan—a puppet of the World Economic Forum—and his WEF masters are deliberately antagonizing the truckers. The absurdity of mandating vaccines and masks for a job that has self-isolation hardwired into it is evident to everyone, including “master of disguise” Justin ̶C̶a̶s̶t̶r̶o̶ Trudeau.
While there is no medical or scientific justification for cracking down on and phasing out truckers, the political and economic reasons for it could include:
Accelerate the controlled demolition of the supply chain.
Scapegoat the truckers when the plebs start to get hungry.
Use the mass media to hype or ignore the truckers as necessary to properly size the resistance.
Justify medical martial law by pointing to those deadly anti-vaxxers.
Use the collapse of the real economy (that needs trucks to deliver goods) to justify the WEF’s “Great Reset” of the monetary and economic system into ̶f̶a̶s̶c̶i̶s̶m̶ stakeholder capitalism, where everything, from where you drive to what you buy to what vaccines and drugs are injected into you, is tracked, traced, and databased.
The unforeseen problems the Great Resetters now face are that, despite a near-total mass media blackout, too many truckers are involved, too many Canadians support them, and, most importantly, the truckers brought their trucks on the Freedom Convoy. Don’t they know they were supposed to leave their trucks at home—the trucks that are plastered front to back with massive “Mandate Freedom” and “Freedom Over Fear” and “Truck Off Trudeau” banners—and instead walk around carrying small placards like good little protesters?
The truckers’ demands are simple and concrete. They give the Canadian government a choice: Either resign en masse or end vaccine mandates for all Canadians. Obviously the corporate media is up to the usual tricks in its effort to paint the truckers as the bad guys. These shills have already rolled out accusations of racism—complete with staged photos.
It’s possible Trudeau really believes the anti-trucker “fringe minority” and "hate, abuse, and racism" claims he has made recently, but no one else does. The current approach the government has taken of trying to guilt the truckers into submission does not seem likely to succeed.
So what comes next? Early attempts to get tow trucks to remove trucks appear to indicate that many of the towing companies will side with the truckers. What about the police or the military? Will they obey their commanders?
How will the currently supportive Canadians respond, though, when their children start to complain of hunger? Will they still cheer on the truckers and invite them into their homes for a meal and a good night’s rest? Or will the legacy media’s drumbeat, “The empty store shelves are all the truckers’ fault,” cause them to forget their craving for freedom?
I am not confident in the success of the Canadian truckers’ mission, but I am hopeful. And I agree with the great Ron Paul’s recent statement, “Canada stood up and showed the rest of the world that freedom can triumph over tyranny if the people demand it. As I say, no army can stop an idea whose time has come.”
Honk indeed, eh?