Blackrock1 is buying every single-family house they can find, paying 20-50% above asking price and outbidding normal home buyers. Why are corporations, pension funds and property investment groups buying entire neighborhoods out from under the middle class? Let’s take a look. Homes are popping up on MLS and going under contract within a few hours. Blackrock, among others, are buying up thousands of new homes and entire neighborhoods.
So, who is Blackrock?2 Only the world’s largest asset manager and the leading proponent of The Great Reset. They’re looking to redistribute -Get this- $120Trillion dollars.3 The entire wealth of the worlds middle class and poor combined several times over.
As an example, a 124 new home neighborhood was bought in its entirety in Texas4. Average Americans were outbid to a tune of $32million. Homes sold at an average of 20% above listing. Now the entire neighborhood is made up of SFR's. What are SFR's??
Single Family Rentals.5 Now, your potential lower to middle class homeowner is positioned to be a permanent renter. This matters because for the lower and middle class owning a home is the most major part of any financial success, and future upward mobility.
This is wealth redistribution, and it ain’t rich people’s wealth that’s getting redistributed. It’s normal American middle class, salt of the earth wealth heading into the hands of the world’s most powerful entities and individuals. The traditional financial vehicle gone forever.6
Home equity is the main financial element that middle class families use to build wealth, and black rock, a federal reserve funded financial institution is buying up all the houses to make sure that young families can’t build wealth.7
FEDERAL RESERVE FUNDED FINANCIAL INSTITUTE.
Let that sink in for a minute. Got it? They’re using your tax dollars to fuck over the lower and middle class, and its permanent. This isn’t some bullshit put on by a single Pres. Administration. This isn’t some short-term policy. This is a fundamental reorganization of society.
So where does this position the average American in 30 years when it’s a given that every new neighborhood is to be bought up whole so they can be utilized as SFR's? It positions them as peasants. Being poor can be temporary condition bettered by upward mobility.
In the US and other nations home ownership is often the 1st and most vital step. This can provide for generational wealth and success. But as permanent, guaranteed renters you’re pissing away a lifetime of equity and the chance for mobility. You just become a peasant.
The Great Reset is real. It is happening. This will be the greatest transfer of wealth, and greatest consolidation of power in the history of mankind. If they get away with it revolution will be the only cure. It will be awful. Wake up. Get active. Stop this now!!
This is warfare. Make no doubt about it. Lloyds8 bank in London is doing it, as is every great financial institute across the world. This must be stopped. It’s a greater threat than the slow creep of Communism, BLM or anything else you can think of COMBINED. It is a death stroke.
Black Rock, Vanguard, and State Street control 20 trillion dollars’ worth of assets. Blackrock alone has a 10 billion a year surplus. That means with 5-20% down they can get mortgages on 130-170k homes every year. Or they can outright buy 30k homes per year. Just Blackrock.
Now imagine every major institute doing this because they are.9 It can be such a fast-sweeping action that 30yrs may be overshooting it. They may accomplish feudalism in 15 years.
People will say "They can't just piss away money on buying tens of thousands of houses that are all at a loss."
WRONG. YOU AND I CAN’T DO THAT.
They are fronting the federal reserve, and are financed by an endless stream of freshly created fiat money.10
And what’s the global reserve currency???? Oh ya... green funny money.
You may ask "Suppose the banks won’t finance new housing?"
"But Companies are buying them for way above asking price, can it last?"
Well, the banks are controlled by and in bed with the same cabal buying everything up.11 12You think this will be corrected by market forces when it is a financial and political pincher movement pushed by the same cabal that stole the 2020 election and hid COVID
You are fucked.
But let’s keep going. What does the mayor of a college town in the U.S. have in common with the President of France? The daughter of an American political family and Norwegian Royalty? Crenshaw and a Chinese Science Minister? Supposed Grassroots Tulsi and a young Kennedy?
How are they being used to participate in a global reset? And why are they all participating in a 5 year development program designed to place individuals into positions of power all across the world to drive the 4th industrial revolution?
Well lets peel some layers back and see just what is behind some of the “4th industrial revolution” and where it takes us as a world. "The pandemic represents a rare but narrow window of opportunity to reflect, reimagine, and reset our world"13
If a group can shift global net worth into their own sphere of influence, reap the rewards, and establish for themselves a fiefdom they are only repeating the course of human history as played out a thousand times over.
If the WEF can influence several dozen industry leaders such as Blackrock to create a society in which a high percentage of people to rent a home for 50+yrs, what else can they also get them to subscribe to? Housing won’t account for all of the $120Trillion shift.
How about transportation?14 Global transportation costs are about a 5-6Trillion dollar industry worldwide. If you don’t NEED to own a home, you don’t NEED to own a car. It doesn’t build wealth like equity in a home would, anyway. So, its an easier battle to convince you of.
If they can get rid of Home ownership, which is replacing something of value with nothing of value15, they can get you to utilize ride shares or subscription transportation services. And if they know they can get you to do this, they’ll certainly position themselves to be at the forefront of that industry. And of course, they already have.16
If I can get you to rely on outside services for everything from housing to transport, what else do you not need to own. Your own business? Stocks? Clothing? This global shift of wealth is going to happen across every major industry to realign $120Trillion in capital.
Like they’ve told us. This isn’t just about the housing market. This is about a fundamental reorganization of how societies across the globe function17. At the corner stone of this are property rights. And property rights are big deal, so lets examine that a bit further.
If Blackrock can get those who understand the value of home ownership as a wealth building tool to rent18, then in 1-2 generations they can get everyone to rent especially those who've never known home ownership as a tool for upward mobility. Instead of growing up in a post 9/11 world, it'll be a post ownership world. If they can get you to knowingly replace something of value with nothing of value, then you'll rent or subscribe to anything: transportation, clothing, pets, phones... you name it.
It's not about taking anything from you in a way you'll recognize and push back against. It's about a fundamental reshaping, and shift of societal and world views. Your grandkids won’t dislike not owning a home because they wont know any better. They’ll be happy to work remotely, rent in whatever city they fancy, rent a new puppy every few months, and rideshare with friends and neighbors. They wont know cash but their CBDC will be superior in their minds anyway. They'll be tied to the system and they wont know it.
Inheritance and wealth will be concepts as old and foreign to them as Jeffersonian America is to us, having grown up under Lincolnian principles. The Great Reset isn’t about buying your house. It's about wealth transfer that solidifies power and shifts societal norms and understandings.
Societies that promote and protect property rights are typically societies that respect human rights to a similar degree: free speech, petition, suffrage, privacy, life. Those that remove/restrict property rights, typically remove/restrict these other rights as well.
But in the same way they’re doing it with property now, they’ll do it with these other rights in a slow, seemingly benevolent manner. Once the generation that had the rights and gave them up is in line or old and gone, the young ones who never knew them wont care or know any different.
We see it already with speech both online and in how younger people and those who acquiesce to the plan think of hate speech, misgendering, politically incorrect speech and how this is backed up in the power structure. Its one thing to not be a dick and be nice to the people you encounter. Its another to be compelled in speech. And once they limit speech or you willingly self censor, certain ideas become taboo.
Once you limit thought, you don’t have to tell anyone not to say something or restrict free speech in any way. You’ve raised a generation or two who don’t recognize that they don’t have free speech because they are limited in their capacity to think. This is how all of it will go. They aren’t going to round people up in death camps. They're just going to open 100 different fronts to assault every liberty and norm you know until eventually by 2030 or 2040 most people wont remember what they were initially resisting anyway. People will willingly participate. It's all going to come either wrapped in shiny marketing, as fear porn, health initiatives, well researched psychology, and/or just a barrage of "yes, this is normal" until people don’t remember what came before.
The whole thing is power consolidation to reshape how we live, interact, think and what we value. That changes society. Society is the genesis of government. Change society and you change government.
And if society changes and government changes, the fundamental relationship we have with the industries, businesses and markets with which we interact has changed. But what are they changing in to?
ESG’s and CBDC’s. Let’s start with ESG’s. What are ESG’s?19 Environmental, Social, and Governance investing and financing. Some 3,100 major industry investors with $110 Trillion in assets under management have signed intent to support ESG investing.
What’s wrong with that you ask? It’s all about climate change, social consciousness and they place banners like this20 on their homepage so you feel good when you encounter them. But what are they REALLY doing?
They’re picking winners and losers utilizing algorithms that replicate in a new way the system of social credit scores utilized by the Chinese Communist government. They aren’t just talking about environmental sustainability. That’s only 1 of the 3 letters in ESG. They’re talking about social compliance and governmental authority to regulate everything
The Social Credit Score system is a set of databases and initiatives that monitor and assess the trustworthiness of individuals, companies and government entities. Follow the prescribed narrative, social credit score goes up: reward! Go against the prescribed narrative, social credit score goes down: punishment!21 They can block you from getting a job, utilizing public transport, or getting a bank loan.22 This is what we’re going to see with ESG usage as it takes a firmer grasp in industries across the world. Help the climate, great! Reward. Say something socially unacceptable to the power players? Punishment. But what if the power players are a bunch of relentless dickheads?
This is how the ESG system is designed to work.23 It creates winners and losers among industry not based upon the products they produce or allowing the forces of the marketplace to work themselves out but based upon their compliance to a narrative created by the WEF and a Cabal.
Blackrock owns $128 billion of Apple, $122 billion of Microsoft, $82 billion of Alphabet, $86 billion of Amazon, $46 billion of Facebook, $33 billion of Tesla, 31 billion of Johnson & Johnson, and the list just goes on, and on, and on.24 BlackRock is the largest investor in weapon manufacturers through its iShares U.S. Aerospace and Defense ETF. Due to its power, and the sheer size and scope of its financial assets and activities, as well as its Federal Reserve backing, BlackRock has been called the world's largest shadow bank.25 They’re also the biggest benefactor of Fed purchases of Corporate Bonded ETF’s.26
The AELP27 issued a report highlighting the fact that currently "the 'Big Three' asset management firms—BlackRock, Vanguard and State Street—manage over $15 trillion in combined global assets under management, an amount equivalent to more than three-quarters of U.S. GDP.
And don’t be mistaken, they aren’t some robust, healthy example of Capitalism. They’re anything but. They’re utilizing Fed money at ZERO RISK – 0 – and drastically overbidding on houses, and soon anything, by a huge margin with an infinite supply of worthless fiat. They also take on ZERO risk as the world’s largest asset manager. They are guaranteed, by design, to get any bailout necessary to sustain themselves. So, when what they own crumbles, you’ll foot the bill… again28. But in the interim, while this all grows, what happens?
They'll continue to transform and when that network shifts from supporting what you may support now and transitions into supporting what you don’t support? What then? They’ve already got the power at that point. Complaining in the aftermath is just that…. The aftermath. Don’t be fooled when these major corporations put forth social narratives that feel good. They don’t believe it. They’re using you to drive profit into the hands of a few as a part of this $120Trillion shift.
And some are doing it, like Blackrock, while being backed by your own tax dollars via the Federal Reserve. You’re paying to become a peasant.
When you own nothing, no house, no car, no business and have a future devoid of upward mobility you’re a peasant. And when you watch the television they’ve rented to you that tells you how great Conglomerate X is because they support whatever social initiative is popular at the time just know that it’s sleight of hand designed to fool you while they’re busy resetting everything.
So, what about those pesky CBDC’s that we mentioned earlier and that the luminary mind of Alexandria Ocasio Cortez29 brought up this past week? Well, to understand CBDC’s (Central Bank Digital Currencies: Government Crypto), we need to take a look at current U.S Financial Policy. US macro policy and, indeed, the very role of government in the economy, is undergoing its biggest shift in direction in 40 years. Contributor to THE HILL, Chris Talgo30 outlined the U.S. policy future and its similarities to the past with the following series of quotes:
—“If the U.S. economy descends into an inflation spiral like that experienced after World War II, we could be on the brink of excruciating economic pain.”
—“The Fed’s balance sheet has almost doubled during the pandemic to nearly $8tn. That compares with the 2008 crisis when it only increased by a little more than $1tn, and then increased another $2tn in the subsequent six years.”
—“This happen many times over the past century. From Weimar Germany to present-day Venezuela, massive money printing never works and always spurs out-of-control inflation.”
— “The most basic laws of economics, the ones that have stood the test of time over a millennium, have not been suspended. The effects could be devastating, particularly for the most vulnerable in society.”
—“Hyperinflation, like that experienced in post-World War I Germany, can also lead to social disorder and political chaos.”
—“In fact, one of the reasons Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party came to power in Weimar Germany was the public's resentment concerning the hyperinflation they suffered as a result of endless money printing.”
Deutsche Bank seems really excited about our fiscal policy here in the US. So excited in fact, they’ve written a whole series31 about the erroneous policies of the Fed and our bone-headed government. Currently it seems as though no central bank would be insane enough to raise interest rates and collapse the markets and that any hints of such are merely deception. Everything in the last 10 years has been tilted towards a few aims:
> Censorship of peaceful dissent and oppositional ideas
> Violent suppression of organized dissent
> Dividing the populace at any and every fracture point imaginable
The current strategy may not be to save the globe, but to keep "essential" operations online throughout a collapse of the American Hegemony within the next 20yrs. It doesn't matter to them if your local business, city or even nation survives their plans, only that your resources are still at their disposal.
In truth, the leaders of the 4th Industrial Revolution and Great Reset think too many common people have more wealth than they should or require. Everything they have done has been in the interest of buying time to reorganize society into their hands.
> They're buying houses
> They're buying farmland
> They're buying out entire companies
It does not matter to them if you've "made it" or not. What matters is that you don't have a community that is outside their control. Here's the collapse twist if they cant successfully reorganize and stay afloat and why CBDC’s are already being talked about: CBDCs are rolled out with a very favorable ratio. Layoffs are massive but this is only the start. Every major organization starts selling off their assets. Everyone is told about inflation and banks are blamed for the downfall. CBDCs are the new, wonderous solution that will save us all. They’ll sell this pretty hard when the time comes. Debts in the old system won't take CBDCs, so there will be more defaults, foreclosures and fire-sales. Eventually, most everything will be bought out in some way, at some time.
Eventually "you'll own nothing" becomes real. Nothing built today is built to last, everything you've paid for will break in a short amount of time. Nothing that works to replace what has been broken will be for sale, it will all be available to rent in CBDC only and the ratio gets worse and worse. Its self perpetuating.
For those wondering a CBDC is a central bank digital currency that uses an electronic record or digital token to represent the virtual form of a fiat currency of a particular nation (or region). What's fun in the world of tomorrow - so long as you’re a board member at the World Economic Forum - is how a central bank can limit access to a CBDC, unlike with DeFi and other Crypto currencies. With CBDC's you could effectively create a token that is designed for the S.E United States, one for the Mid Atlantic, one for the North East, etc. If you’re managing a collapsed society you may need to keep groups separated, dedicated to rebuilding and limit movement. It has built in compliance whether you like it or not so long as it is the only legal tender. This is where CBDC'S can thrive. Banks and govts could issue exchange licenses which allow certain individuals and businesses to trade a SE US token for a NE US token. They could also effectively ban anyone from currency exchange via not issuing that license, thus forcing that individual to trade, buy, sell within a defined region. Its helps keep the serfs within the Lords realm.
BTC, ETH, and other digital assets can work as underground currency to an extent here. But not totally. If its illegal to rent a home from a bank or corporate landlord with anything other than your CBDC then the BTC, ETH, or whatever crypto you hold becomes a bit more problematic. It’s even more problematic if they aren’t tradable back to the local CBDC in any way. And while there are always work arounds it could effectively stifle enough grey market activity to maintain certain levels of increased compliance and control that otherwise those in charge may have had to give up had they been dealing in physical currency.
And seeing that CBDC’s may be the only legal tender to buy anything of significance in the coming future of the Great Reset, who is going to be holding all the cards in the mean time? Who is going to own all the land that produces food you’ll be needing to spend your CBDC on? What about all the Stocks and Wall Street? Well, let’s look at Land first.
Foreign ownership of America Farmland32 equals 25million acres, the size of Virginia, 3% of our national total of farmland acreage.
-China owns >400 Farms
-Italy and NZ own significant acreage
-Saudis and UAE own equivalent of Rhode Island
30 percent of American farmland is owned by non-operators who lease it out to farmers. In 1970 the average going price was $419 per acre. By 2016, the price per acre was $7,183. This is a titanic increase of 1,600 percent. Not bad! In the same period, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose less than half as fast, from $2,633 to $21,476. Farmland outperformed most asset classes for the previous 20 years.
Bill Gates is the largest private owner of arable land.33 He owns 268,984 acres of land combined across 19 states. Of that number, 242,000 acres are of farmland, 25,750 acres are of transitional land and 1,234 acres are of recreational land.
With a median age for the American farmer of about 55, it is anticipated that in the next five years, some 92,000,000 acres will change hands, with much of it passing to investors rather than traditional farmers. Investment entities that own the land can control what’s grown on it and how. What does this mean for food security? What happens when a small few control a monumental majority of farmland? Who benefits? Who suffers? When do social politics come in to play? Can food be shifted away from regions with less popular political opinions? What about those areas rife with 'domestic terrorists'? Can industry partner with govt to starve them out or perhaps strain their resolve?
Owner-operated farms are America s best hope to avoid the pitfalls of a consolidated food supply ripe for exploitation.
In 2013 America’s largest producer of pork, the Smithfield Company, was purchased by a Chinese company called Shuanghui—which subsequently changed its name to the WH Group. The company receives substantial funding from the Chinese government. China now controls more than 400 American farms consisting of a hundred thousand acres of farmland, with at least 50,000 in Missouri alone. The Chinese entity also owns and controls CAFOs (concentrated animal feeding operations), 33 processing plants, the distribution system—resulting in one out of every four American hogs being processed by a Chinese Communist Party supported company on American soil.
Is this what you want to spend your weekly CBDC allotment on? No? Well, what about Wall Street. Maybe you want to spend it on stocks and save for the future that way you have a chance of escaping feudalism. Well, who is going to own and control Wall Street when all of this happens? What about the Fed? Let’s look.
Wall Street is a bit of a purposeful enigma whose own purpose is two-fold:
—The service and growth of Capital
—The control of Society.
First we’ll look at the service and growth of Capital.
With the CARES Act, Congress asked the Federal Reserve to step in and directly support markets through expanding its balance sheet and buying bonds, ETFs, and mortgage backed securities.34
This essentially means the Congress, US Treasury and the Fed are acting as one and the same to accomplish:
1) Congress passes spending
2) Treasury funds the spending by issuing bonds
3) The Fed buys the bonds--giving Congress what amounts to an infinite money cheat code.
And they are using it to buy, well, everything. I know, I keep saying that they’re buying everything, but they are.
And the Fed has chosen Blackrock to purchase and manage assets on their behalf.35 Shocking, I know! The Fed purchases $40B per month in mortgage backed securities and $120B per month in bonds. They have also purchased at least $14B in ETFs.36 Remember this when the talking bobble heads on TV mention inflation, because it is your own government that is causing this inflation.
Interestingly enough, in 2019 Robbie Mitchnick who had been working for Ripple went to work for Blackrock as head of their digital assets team.37 In an interview, when discussing tokenization of assets on blockchain, he says:
—"Well real estate, you’re right, is one that people spend a lot of time on from a tokenization standpoint. And the promise is really, if you can migrate the entirety of that asset onto a blockchain and enable certain of the administrative components of it to be done automatically, then that is actually a really powerful proposition in terms of liquidity, terms of enabling access to more investors, in terms of being globally interoperable and in terms of just the ease of doing things like dividing, like being able to own a tiny sliver of a commercial property or residential housing unit.”38
It appears that Congress, through the Treasury, is having the Fed buy up assets and park them with Blackrock where former Ripple employees are talking about tokenizing the exact same assets on blockchain. In the coming Great Reset, the state will nationalize the banking sector and land/property. Mortgages will exist as assets on the blockchain and can be fractionalized. The government will use those assets to back their digital currency.
The state, through nationalized financial institutions, will sell fractional shares of property mortgages, but never give over majority ownership--meaning the most you can hope to own of your home is a 49% share. You would pay rent on the mortgage and shareholders will receive their share of the rent payment in dividends.
You could always try to work around this by owning shares in other properties to make it so you live rent free through dividends from owned mortgage shares, but you will never outright own any property. In all likelihood they will limit the number of investments any one person can make at some point in the future (at least for everyday people).
Now, this leads us in to Control of Society.
The Federal government is entirely reliant on the Federal Reserve. The Federal government does not control the Federal Reserve. The practices of the Federal Reserve tend to control government, as the Federal Reserve controls all the money the Federal Government requires for its operation. And in truth, they’ve actually never been completely audited. No group is seems capable of such an audit and even if there was a group who could, the Federal Reserve says no.39
If the Federal Government doesn’t control the Federal Reserve, who does? Well, there are 7 members of the board of governors and the 12 regional Federal Reserve Bank presidents.40 We know that the Board of Governors are appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate.
But what of the 12 Member Banks? Who owns and controls those?
A little-known company called “Cede and Co.”
Many think that Cede and Co is just a fictitious legal name used to refer to Depository Trust Company. But its not. Cede and Co. is a Legal Person, at least in the non-human person sense, known as a juridical person.41 And as a non-human person they can do all the things a human person is usually able to do in law – such as enter into contracts, sue and be sued, own property, and so on. Cede and Co is the sole Registered Shareholder, through its parent company the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation of the 12 member banks that control the Federal Reserve.
And Cede and Co technically owns substantially all of the publicly issued stock in the United States. Thus, investors do not themselves hold direct property rights in stock, but rather have contractual rights42 that are part of a chain of contractual rights involving Cede. Cede and Co. therefore controls or owns $46,994,123,000,00043 – The worth of the entire US Stock Market. 44
Hang with me as we go through this because this is where it can get sticky. There is a difference between the DTC (the Depository Trust Company) and the DTCC(the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation).
What this means is that the Depository Trust Company has nominated Cede and Co. to be the sole Registered shareholder of all companies that trade across Wall Street. And the Depository Trust Company is a Member of the Federal Reserve.
The Parent holding company of the Depository Trust Company is The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation, making it the singularly most powerful entity, perhaps, in the world.
Not only do they control Cede ($46 Trillion), but they control the DTC who in 2007, settled transactions worth $513 trillion, and processed 325 million book-entry deliveries. In addition to settlement services, DTC retains custody of 3.5 million securities issues, worth about $40 trillion, including securities issued in the United States and more than 110 other countries.45 And these numbers aren’t exactly the most recent. And to top that off in 2011, DTCC settled the vast majority of securities transactions in the United States and close to $1.7 quadrillion46 in value worldwide, making it by far the highest financial value processor in the world.47
DTCC operates facilities in the New York metropolitan area, and at multiple locations in and outside the United States. Many will say, well they don’t hold that much Capital and they just service it, process it, and transfer it. They don’t OWN it. Well they also retain the right to freeze it at any time, for any length of time, at their own discretion and there is nothing you can do about that. Every financial organization that wants to operate in the US, bankers and brokerage houses, is obliged to secure membership with DTCC owned, DTC. The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation effectively owns -OWNS- all 12 member banks of the Federal Reserve, Cede and Co, and the DTC.
They own, well, everything.
This means your mortgages that are held by the bank, your stocks, your 401k, your investment portfolio, your business, everything. They own it all. And whoever controls the money, makes the rules. Through a network of subsidiaries, holdings and the Wall Street & Banking enigma, DTCC owns all private, public, civil, commercial, and real asset in the US. This means they even own Wall Street.
And when the Federal government needs a dollar, they go the Federal Reserve who is controlled by the DTCC. These funds are loaned by the Fed who is Private. And your taxes pay the interest on these loans. Not the principle. That isn’t serviced at all. The amount that is collected in taxes isn’t enough to service the principle. We toss a few dollars to the interest. Our Free and Fair Capitalistic society is little more than a centrally controlled and managed market capable of being frozen, held, and confiscated at any moment.
Which leads us back to The Great Reset. They already have everything set up for asset seizure, the reasons behind CBDC rollout, the fall guys in the banks and the failed lending practices of the 20th Century, the coming inflation spiral. It’s all set.
We are now living in a continuous state of emergency world wide that requires, so say the WEF and the Cabal that runs this whole world, a Great Reset. Pandemic, Economy, Society, Individual Rights, Thought, Natural Human Interactions, everything — they all require a new view, reassessment, and realignment to place ourselves into the framework they have laid out. This is happening so long as people practice even just a modicum of compliance within this new framework. They don’t need everyone to wear a mask. They don’t need everyone to vaccinate. They don’t need everyone to subscribe to thought policing and the new mental frameworks being rolled out. They just need enough people to go along to get along that in 10-20 years the window will have shifted enough in their favor that the plan is still intact, and still moving full speed ahead, and what is abnormal today is fully normalized and not even a consideration then.
The less you do to stop all of this today, the less they have to do tomorrow to see it all implemented. It’s easier to be comfortable and put off that which is tough and laborious. Should you wish Liberty to survive, you may want to push back while they’re still working to implement this at a fevered pace. Because again, in 20 years these won’t be the issues. These things will be the new normal.
Be kind to your neighbors.