If You Have Nothing to Hide???

This is Klaus Schwab, founder of the World Economic Forum, the Forum of the Young Global Leaders, and the Global Shapers Community — the guy that wants you to eat ze bugs. If you didn’t know, he’s, like, a really big deal in the globalist community.

Well, here he is with yet another illustration of what our utopian world of the future will look like. I’ll leave it up to you to decide whether this constitutes utopia or dystopia.

Watch (or read the full quote below):

In this new world, we must accept transparency, and I’ll even say total transparency. Everything is going to be transparent, and you have to get used to it, you have to behave accordingly. It becomes, how should I put it, integrated into your personality, but if you have nothing to hide you shouldn’t be afraid.

Yeah, I’m gonna go ahead and say this is one of the most dystopian quotes I’ve read in my life. And it’s coming from one of the most influential and powerful humans on the planet. Historians will undoubtedly look back at this and wonder how we didn’t see dystopia coming.

Well, for the record, some of us did and some of us didn’t.

I’m glad to be in the “did” camp on this one, and I’m glad you’re here too.

Yup, rules for thee but not for me.

Privacy is soon to be a thing of the past, folks. That is, if we allow it to become that way. (from NottheBee.com)

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