I recently received the following article request:
Aaron, I’d like to request an article (please take your time). Would you be willing to talk about your thoughts on the so called ‘Fourth Stage of Humanity’ as I’ve heard it put. Essentially, mankind has gone from hunter/gatherer, agricultural, industrialization to the point to where humanity is now transitioning into a new phase. The idea behind this new movement is that human beings will collectivize under a massive surveillance state with virtually no privacy, moving in unison to tune of the State with complete censorship allowing any dissent to be near impossible. All sorts of tech would be introduced at this stage and though we could become a spacefaring species at this point, most people will live as mindless subhumans constantly consuming various forms of entertainment and never questioning their existence. Without a massive setback and with our current elite, I like to dub this period of history the ‘Thousand Years of Darkness’. I personally would prefer living a more simple existence in small tight knit community, but those would eventually be phased out and banned. This phase is in parallel with the ‘Great Reset’, of course. I have to imagine that this type of society would eventually become a reality anyway, though with our current leadership it will be much less empathetic than it would have otherwise been and might resemble more of high tech yet dumbed down and suppressed ant colony than an interconnected society of freethinking and well-informed individuals.
While I have not come across the term, “Fourth Stage of Humanity”, I am familiar with the Great Reset and other globalist schemes. First, the previous stages seem to have been organic. You needed labor division between hunting (men) and gathering (women) to effectively run a tribe. Yet, just living off the land in this rather haphazard way had its limitations. In contrast, the development of agriculture and animal husbandry made it possible to produce a lot more food, which, in turn, allowed us to sustain much larger populations. There were no global elites pushing for this. On the other hand, industrialization required capital, and it was clearly financed by the men behind the curtain. There was also massive pushback from society as people were forced to leave their farms and work in factories under inhumane conditions. A very good book on this issue is Friedrich Engels’ “The Condition of the Working Class”. (Engels was the guy the Giga-Jew Karl Marx mooched off, by the way.) The face of capitalism has changed over time, presumably because the powers that be figured out that they benefit more from a well-fed and rested labor force. This led to an explosion in economic growth and also to the creation of the middle class, so by and large this was probably a positive development for society.
There are many issues with the “fourth stage” in human development. One is that it is based on top-down decision-making by a largely clueless elite. In contrast, industrialist of yore had a good understanding of what was going on in their factories. There is also no clear benefit for the unwashed masses unlike when capitalism still worked reasonably well. On that note, if you work for a living, you get a salary so that you can buy what you need to get by and, hopefully, save some money for a rainy day as well. It may be a distant memory for today’s doomers, but as recently as twenty years ago, people were able to afford a house if they wanted to, even on relatively average incomes. This is now out of reach for a large part of society. Thus, the original contract of exchanging your labor for money has been modified, with a large chunk of people living paycheck to paycheck.
Now, back to the fourth stage: there is no incentive for you to play along, similar to if the capitalist system had always been antagonistic. The surveillance system that is currently being rolled out is based on nothing but force. Some may be relatively subtle, like bot armies on Twitter telling you that it’s great that everybody is getting vaxxed. Yet, you also have mobile vaxx teams going from door to door in some US states who are accompanied by soldiers. Then you have states that are setting up an apartheid system that aims at “othering” the unvaxxed, with the goal of shutting them out of society. NYC, for example, is going to block the unvaxxed from events, restaurants, and gyms. Meanwhile, you have the CDC admitting that the vaxx does not work, yet if you are unvaxxed, you are pure evil for spreading the virus, regardless of the fact that the vaxxed do the same. We are now stuck in an ever-tightening oppressive spiral. (Article continues below.)
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No system is able to sustain itself without popular support, however. Sure, the elites can round up all the unvaxxed and put them in gulags, but don’t you think this will affect the morale of the vaxxed? It’s not as if coercive socialist countries are a figment of our imagination. They exist, and all of them have failed or are on the brink of failing. In the end, reality will prevail, and the delusions of the elites will collapse. A key belief of them is that they can easily replace their host nation by a horde of blacks and browns and everything will just keep working the same. I think I mentioned that Swedish politicians, at the height of the self-made refugee crisis in 2016, were talking about all the “workers” they are now getting, and how great this would be for the economy. A few years later, nary a goat herder has made it into a non-subsidized non-b.s. job, which means that there are now probably more than two million immigrants in Sweden who are bleeding the country dry, economically speaking.
IT infrastructure is another point. Sure, the elites can import another million H1-Bs from India, but the average qualification of those people is subpar. The software systems that run the world are already incredibly fragile, and this is hardly ever acknowledged. Only when people die, without being able to cover it up, is a spotlight shone on this issue. The recent crashes of the latest Boeing airplane, the software of which was written by a bunch of Pajeets, are an excellent case in point. Well, it’s quite tough to cover up when planes are falling from the sky. The hope of the elites may indeed be to have a fully automated control grid. Yet, who is going to maintain it?
Probably everybody who had worked at a larger tech company and spent some time doing real engineering work, instead of some bullshit job, knows what a steaming pile of shit most software is. Granted, there are exceptions, but the rule is apparently that you have software that is effectively unmaintainable. It happens very frequently that existing systems are rebuilt from scratch because this is seen as faster and cheaper than trying to understand the existing system, and improving it. Also, productivity in tech is dropping like a rock due to increased “diversity”. I am appalled when I look at the output of a typical team. Quite often, it seems that entire teams are carried by some old white dude in his 50s and if he left, people would sweat bullets. This is not an exaggeration.
I think what we will see is not a thousand years of darkness. Instead, the elites will try rolling out their globo-homo surveillance grid and vaxx you every few months. Due to lack of popular support, it is quite possible that the economy will collapse. Even if it does not, it will likely shrink because nobody will go the extra mile if he feels he’s imprisoned. The most successful communist country the world has ever seen, former communist East Germany, is probably a very good example. The country was decaying for a few decades because nobody gave a damn anymore. In today’s world, due to the over-reliance on technology, collapse will probably come a lot sooner. If the elites are able to set up a global surveillance system, I’ll give it maybe ten to fifteen years, which is a long enough time. If you don’t live in a big city, you’ll probably be fine because it is not economical to police people that do not live in densely populated areas.
I’d say, prepare for the worst. Obviously, the current system is not sustainable, and the cracks are getting bigger by the day, and the bigger the cracks, the bigger the cudgel the elites swing. I would not be surprised if we are mere months away from a breaking point. We may see fireworks, with guillotines getting set up in Paris, London, Berlin, and Washington. If it comes to this, we will have widespread civil unrest if not a drawn-out civil war until a new power structure is established. Thus, a better outcome would be a slow implosion of the system. I would not underestimate the probability of mass unrests, imagine BLM riots, but with armed whites, rooftop Koreans, and militant beaners on the other side. Tyrants live dangerous lives. Because they lack popular support, everyone could be an enemy. I think all it takes to set off the collapse would be a live-streamed attack on a police unit, with a bunch of pissed off dudes popping off one cop after another, and getting away with it. Imagine a guy like Brenton Tarrant or Anders Breivik shooting up a bunch of fat cops who don’t manage to pull their gun because they have a donut in one hand, and a cup of coffee in the other. Yet, instead of the system hunting him down, he’s an instant celebrity, and others follow in their foot steps. You see, the police can only be effective if most people abide by the laws. They are heavily understaffed, and that is ignoring the problems of diversity quotas. Yet, once there is an image that the government is unable to remain in control, all hell will break lose.
Of course the government has the military as well. There are even Democrat senators who have threatened the public with deploying nukes against them. I would be very surprised if the tweets Eric Swalwell (D-CA) made to that effect have disappeared (spoiler alert: they are still online). This may sound like an utterly bizarre, yet entirely possible scenario. Again, the solution is to leave the city as it would not be economical to nuke every square inch of every state. I think at that point, we’d have external actors chiming in, with the goal of securing a piece of the United States for themselves.
I think that the next few decades are going to suck pretty hard. For many of us, this probably means that the rest of our lives will suck pretty hard. It is what it is, so look out for yourself. Hopefully, knowing that a repressive technological system is not maintainable will give you some comfort. Once the current elites have been replaced, we will hopefully be able to build back better, but then for real.
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