Relocation factors and living free in a brewing globalist dystopia.
As Good Citizens look around objectively at the state of the world post-plandemic and begin to assess the next stages of globalist social engineering, one of many inevitable questions emerges, but perhaps none more important than: Where is the best place to live to counter or avoid the harsher aspects of their continued reset agenda?
The Limitations of Non-Compliance
The first impulse to this question is usually of a stubborn nature. A refusal to accept anything in the world will change or that individuals can only win by refusing to adapt to whatever might be coming down their tyranny pipelines. The assumption is that by reacting to their agenda, we are playing their game and modifying our behavior or actions in anticipation of what might simply be unfounded fears. Noncompliance or “do not comply” is often the mantra of those who believe this to be the best course of action.
While that may have served well against a phony pandemic, with unscientific measures, and deadly shots dressed up as “vaccines”, how well does that work against food shortages, digital passports, or digital currencies that are controlled and programmed by the government and physically enforced with the full power of the state? The greater the tyrannies, the less likely non-compliance will be effective without an absolute majority of the population participating. Since there are no absolute majorities in the population that can come together to affect meaningful change on any subject of tremendous importance, becoming ungovernable is simply a fine slogan for meme-ing false hope and misguided expectations to followers thirsting for optimism during these dark times.
Are people powerless? No. But where things like voting and collective action were useful in the past, today individuals will be left to exercise non-compliance in one of two ways: