I can think of no other word in the English language that describes how those in positions of power and influence seek to compel the rest of us to go along with their plan for us to "own nothing and be happy."
You'll own nothing and you'll be happy" (alternatively "you'll own nothing and be happy") is a phrase originating in a 2016 video by the World Economic Forum (WEF), summarising an essay written by Danish politician Ida Auken. The phrase has been used by critics who accuse the WEF of desiring restrictions on ownership of private property. (Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
For the above to occur, a paradigm shift of monumental proportion has to happen to compel people to willingly if not begrudgingly accept such a plan for their lives. It's unimaginable that people would consent to such a plan that exchanges freedom for serfdom, yet, that's the goal of their plan. Now that we know what the outcome of this jigsaw puzzle looks like, we need to examine the puzzle pieces of this plan to determine how it all fits together.
Confiscation Through Subterfuge
Confiscate 1: appropriated by the government : forfeited 2: deprived of property by confiscation (Merriam-Webster)
To put it bluntly, the plan is to steal what you think you own from right under your nose without any recourse or recompense. Over the last few decades, the pieces of this plan were set into motion through legal maneuvers that redefine your property rights and transfer your ownership of property to financial institutions and investment firms.
The Great Reset via The Great Taking
The Great Taking is a documentary by a former hedge fund manager, David Webb, that provides detailed information on how legal constructs have been created through changes in the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) initiated in all fifty United States and then gradually replicated worldwide. The result brought about by these changes is that just about everyone's assets are subject to the taking, especially in the event of a financial crisis. In such an event, all financial assets and bank deposits, all stocks and bonds; and privately owned personal and real property financed with debt will likewise be taken, as will the assets of privately owned businesses that have been financed with debt. Individual property rights will be extinct as the dinosaurs. Succinctly put, people could end up losing their businesses, jobs, homes, and savings. And even if you have no debt, apparently you're not in the clear either.
“They’ve engineered this so they can take things, all securities, as collateral from people and entities that have no borrowings against them. They own them clear and outright. Now let me give you an example as an analogy to explain the horror of this. So, you have bought a car and you paid cash for it, you think you’re being very conservative, you have no debt against the car.
But unbeknownst to you, the dealer continues to control your car as collateral, you’re not told this, the dealer uses your car and all the other cars sold by the dealer as collateral for his borrowing and his business. Now, the dealer goes bust, and only certain secured creditors are empowered to immediately take your car and all the cars ever sold by the dealer without any judicial review. Immediately.
When I describe this to people, they get worried about their cars. This is not about your car. This is an analogy for what has been done. It’s much worse than this being about your car, because it is literally about the entire securities complex globally. So it is not about your insolvency that causes the loss of your assets. It’s the insolvency of the people that secretly used your collateral as their property without telling you that or disclosing it.”
Viewing this documentary can be tedious at times and somewhat hard to comprehend but its information may be useful to you.
This interview fleshes out the details contained in Webb's documentary, lending greater clarity and understanding.
One can be cynical and simply dismiss Webb's findings as conspiracy theory. I wouldn't discount that as it's a viable viewpoint. However, one must also be willing to accept the potential financial consequences that accompany such a perspective. I happened to come across this article about one man's experience when he recently attempted to get the titles of his vehicles changed to his name/ownership after paying off his car loans. You be the judge of what transpired during his transaction as the State of New Jersey attempted to dissuade him from doing so. Pretty odd isn't it?
16 It also forced all people, great and small, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hands or on their foreheads, 17 so that they could not buy or sell unless they had the mark, which is the name of the beast or the number of its name. Revelation 13:16-17