The Great Reset Will Render All Products As Services, To Implement ‘You Will Own Nothing’ By 2030

from Humans Are Free:

The circular economy is a top-down agenda coming from unelected globalists looking to reshape the world in their image.

The great reset needs the circular economy to render all products as services in order to advance the “you’ll own nothing and you’ll be happy” agenda.

According to the Davos Agenda blog post “8 Predictions for the World in 2030,” the very first prediction states, “All products will have become services” thanks to the circular economy.

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The blog post is based on an essay written by World Economic Forum (WEF) Young Global Leader and Danish MP Ida Auken that was published in Forbes in 2016 titled, “Welcome To 2030: I Own Nothing, Have No Privacy And Life Has Never Been Better.”

“All products will have become services.” — 8 Predictions for the World in 2030, WEF, 2016

Welcome To 2030: I Own Nothing, Have No Privacy And Life Has Never Been Better” — WEF Young Global Leader & Danish MP Ida Auken, 2016.

“Welcome to the year 2030. Welcome to my city – or should I say, ‘our city.’ I don’t own anything. I don’t own a car. I don’t own a house. I don’t own any appliances or any clothes,” writes Auken.

Everything you considered a product, has now become a service,” she adds, while giving thanks to “the breakthrough of the circular economy.”

The circular economy promises to bolster sustainability by abandoning the linear value model of “take, make, waste” and adopting a circular model of “take, make; take make,” according to Accenture.

The Circular Economy

“In circular economy business models, I would like products to come back to me as the original designer and manufacturer, and once you get your head around that notion, why would I actually sell you the product if you are primarily interested in the benefit of the product?” — Frans Van Houten, WEF, 2016

“Maybe I can stay the owner of the product and just sell you the benefit as a service” — Frans Van Houten, WEF, 2016

With the circular economy, there is a heavy emphasis on recycling and reusing materials instead of using them once and throwing them away.

Sounds great, right?

But beneath the surface, the circular economy’s Product as a Service business model ensures that you and I will truly own nothing while corporations retain ownership of all products they rent out to us as services.

“Why would I actually sell you the product if you are primarily interested in the benefit of the product?” — Frans Van Houten, WEF, 2016.

As Royal Philips Electronics CEO Frans Van Houten explained to the WEF in 2016:

“In circular economy business models, I would like products to come back to me as the original designer and manufacturer, and once you get your head around that notion, why would I actually sell you the product if you are primarily interested in the benefit of the product?

“Maybe I can stay the owner of the product and just sell you the benefit as a service,” he added with a grin.

the 5 circular business models

“The circular economy is one approach that can enable us to keep pace with technological innovation, support integrated and sustainable ecosystems, and move us towards a brighter future” — Klaus Schwab, World Economic Forum

Powering the move towards a circular economy is the so-called fourth industrial revolution, which will lead to the fusion of our physical, biological, and digital identities— a new era of transhumanism.

According to WEF founder Klaus Schwab, “The Fourth Industrial Revolution will impact every aspect of our lives. In order to thrive within this new global dynamic, we need to adopt new business models and norms.

“The circular economy is one approach that can enable us to keep pace with technological innovation, support integrated and sustainable ecosystems, and move us towards a brighter future.”

“The Circulars Accelerator is advancing the global transition to a more circular economy” — TheCirculars.org

The World Economic Forum has teamed up with Accenture on a startup accelerator for the circular economy called the Circulars Accelerator, which directly supports the “you’ll own nothing and you’ll be happy” agenda that seeks the destruction of individual ownership in favor of a rent-based, circular economy where you will own nothing and all products have become services.

The Circulars Accelerator is a collaboration between the World Economic Forum, Accenture, Anglo American, Ecolab, and UpLink — the WEF’s innovation platform for the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).

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