The Subscription Model Meets Self-Ownership

“You’ll own nothing, and you’ll be happy.” ~The Great Reset

Imagine if you will, a scenario where you do not own any possessions, but at least you own yourself, right? Well, self-ownership, and owning one’s own thoughts and body, is the ultimate possession, so if we do not own property, we must first not own ourselves. The mindset of not owning any property has already been conditioned into us for a while now, without us even knowing it, and it is based upon the subscription models of Netflix, Spotify, Google, and Amazon, and is slowly replacing owning movies and songs via DVD’s and CD’s, and more recently owning movies, songs, and even hard drive space to be replaced by music and movie streaming services, as well as cloud storage subscription services. It could be said that this started a while ago, as property, auto, and income taxes were a subscription to so-called government services, aka neo-serfdom, which are really just privileges wrapped up in a cute package meant to appear as individual rights; try opting out of your government subscription—I promise that you’ll be in for a bumpy ride!

Over the past two years, the subscription model has shifted from external property rights to internal property rights, namely sovereignty over our own bodies and speech (speech via self and tech censorship), and with speech, by extension our own thoughts, as Jordan Peterson so eloquently stated, “if I can’t say what I think, I can’t think.” In particular with bodily autonomy, the so-called gene therapy shot masquerading as a vaccine is the latest innovation in the subscription model, where we are now asked to forfeit bodily autonomy and earn back our ability to make a living, provide for ourselves and our families, and maintain a semblance of normalcy through submitting ourselves to a series of never ending mandates and shots (via Skinner’s Box, aka “operant conditioning”). In essence, it is a social credit system of earning rewards and avoiding punishments so that we can continue living—we’ve been gradually given the “subscribe or die” ultimatum through the slow lock step progression of lockdowns, mask mandates, vaccine mandates, and now the closing in of booster shot mandates.

Those who forfeit their rights to bodily autonomy and speech are forfeiting their right to self-ownership, what’s left of their natural rights, their right participate in voluntary interactions, and their right to their own thinking; they’re buying a subscription to life, and unfortunately, once subscribed, if any dare attempt to cancel their subscription, they very well may forfeit their existence. Now is the time to stand firm, to abstain from the lie of subscribing to their social credit system of tyranny, and to live life on our own terms—to stay true to ourselves, regardless of the possible inconveniences we might face in the short term, as the long term end game of living a complete lie is fate far worse than death. Live life while you still can, and live it well my friends.

Affirmations to focus on:

  • I can own myself
  • I can claim my natural rights
  • I can speak freely
  • I can own my body
  • I can make medical decisions for myself
  • I can take responsibility for my thoughts, feelings, and behaviors
  • I can govern my thoughts, feelings, and behaviors
  • I can own property
  • I can live freely

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  1. Valuable, yet sobering insight for the times we are living through, Nathan. The entrainment you write about is so subtle and devious it can pass by our conscious mind right into the subconscious program as you wrote about operant conditioning. We are like trainable animals to PTWannaB. It’s time to claim our bodies, our minds, and step our of their death cult into real Life. I always enjoy your essays, thank for sharing your Being with the world.

    Best,
    Peggy