Consumers Rebel Against The Great Reset,

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Consumers are starting to wake up and rebel against The Great Reset and the scumbags like Klaus Schwab, Bill Gates, Larry Fink, and others involved in subverting order and progress and replacing it with chaos and control.

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In a world where grand visions clash with consumer realities, the rejection of the so-called Great Reset is becoming increasingly evident. From the pitfalls of electric vehicles to the decline of fake meat and the woes of COVID-19 vaccines, the market is signaling a paradigm shift.

Introduction
As we enter a new year, it’s apparent that the touted solutions of the Great Reset are facing considerable resistance. The following examination sheds light on various facets, from the impracticality of electric vehicles to the fading allure of fake meat.

Electric Vehicles (EVs) Fall Short
A friend’s experience with a Tesla rental over the holidays raises questions about the practicality of electric cars. Despite being an industry standard, the Tesla proved impractical, especially in cold weather. The EV craze, once soaring, seems to have peaked as consumers realize the limitations – from charging hassles to the inconvenience of long trips. Is the dream of transitioning to clean energy through EVs just that—a dream?

Fake Meat Fails to Sizzle
Once hailed as the savior of our diets and the planet, fake meat is experiencing a sharp decline. Beyond Meat’s stock, which reached $196 in 2019, now sits at a mere $8.72. The promise of replacing real meat seems to have fallen flat, leaving consumers unimpressed and disinterested.

Vaccines: A Dubious Triumph
The push for COVID-19 vaccines, funded by taxpayers, is also facing a downturn. The stocks of Moderna and Pfizer have tumbled, reflecting public skepticism and diminishing demand for boosters. The once-unquestionable narrative now faces legal challenges, with allegations of exaggerated benefits. The remnants of capitalism reveal that coercion is no substitute for genuine consumer choice.

Threads: A Social Media Misstep
Mark Zuckerberg’s alternative to Twitter, Threads, promised censorship as a selling point. However, it has failed to gain traction, dropping from 4 million users to a mere 1 million, with dwindling activity. The attempt to control discourse appears futile as users reject the notion of curated communication.

Conclusion
The common thread among these failures is a rejection of the Great Reset. Whether it’s the reluctance to embrace EVs, the decline of fake meat, or the skepticism towards vaccines, consumers are making their voices heard. In 2024, the market may render its final judgment, potentially leading to the bankruptcy of companies deeply entrenched in the Great Reset agenda.

As we navigate these trends, let’s appreciate the resilience of capitalism, where consumer choice remains paramount. The rejection of grand plans for our lives, endorsed by influential figures, signifies the power of informed consumers. In the face of challenges, let’s cherish the remaining fragments of capitalism, for they represent the essence of true market dynamics.

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