You’ll own nothing. First it was phones, now new cars will be able to be remotely shut off or monitored.

Tyler S. Farley

I’m sure you’ve heard the phrase “you’ll own nothing, and you’ll be happy”. It sounds like a line spoken by an evil villain in a Marvel superhero movie, but it’s actually an advertising slogan for the Great Reset.

The World Economic Forum which is trying to condition the public to accept the idea of being slaves who own no property or assets. Of course, anyone with common sense knows that when you own nothing, you have no power or leverage, and that’s exactly what they want.

But sadly, many people are already accepting this reality and don’t realize it.

A perfect example is the smartphone everyone has on them at all times. Smartphones are probably one of the most used items for many people, not only that, a rather costly one at over $1000 for the latest models.

However, most people don’t actually own their phone, even if they bought it outright instead of financing it.

Your phone carrier and the maker of the phone’s software, either Apple or Android, maintains full control over that phone you “own” at all times. They monitor all the data on that phone. Apple even wants to search your data for criminal activity.

They can also update your phone at any time, you have no choice which parts you accept or deny. They can shut it off at any time, and they can sell all your location, movement, and use history to anyone they want.

So the question is, do you really own that phone or do Apple and Google own it, and they tricked you into paying for the privilege of using it?

But now that same lack of true ownership is coming to the automobile. Once the symbol of American freedom, it appears that like so many other things it’s about to become a fading image in the rear-view mirror.

The new infrastructure bill signed into law by Joe Biden has a provision for all cars to have a “kill switch” installed by 2026.

This started off as a rumor and relegated to being just more “conspiracy theories”, but now it has been confirmed as indeed a real provision that will become a reality if nothing is done.

But it’s actually worse than just a kill switch. The bill also calls for monitoring to be installed that keeps tabs on the driver at all times. The reason given is to check for “impairment”, but we all know that’s not the reason at all. It’s to spy and track all vehicles and their drivers at all times.

If there’s one thing we’ve all witnessed over the last decade it’s that the surveillance state is real. Governments and private businesses are all racing to see how much data they can grab from all of us. It’s so bad we can’t even have a talk with our friends without our words being recorded and analyzed so that ads or videos can then be shown to us the next time we look at our phones.

But spying isn’t enough anymore if this new infrastructure bill is any indication. The government wants the ability to shut down anyone they want at any time. No matter where they happen to be.


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