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WEF Then: 'You don't need money to be happy!' — WEF Now: 'Actually, you don't need to be happy at all.' (miamistandard.news)

The World Economic Forum, a controversial international organization headed by billionaire Klaus Schwab, is now saying that “life doesn’t have to be happy, or even meaningful” to be good. Rather than having a happy and meaningful life, the WEF believes that individuals could have a good life through “psychological enrichment” instead.

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Allonzykoi
Allonzykoi
5 months ago

You will eat them whether you like them or not

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confederacy_of_dunces
confederacy_of_dunces
5 months ago

One doesn’t need money to be happy though. Happiness should come from within

anon
anon
5 months ago

you probably have money though (not poor and homeless)

confederacy_of_dunces
confederacy_of_dunces
5 months ago
Reply to  anon

I have enough money to pay bills and food etc, in financial terms I’m on the poorer end of the spectrum.

Allonzykoi
Allonzykoi
5 months ago

From your posts here you don’t seem that happy though.

Paul
Paul
5 months ago

Happy citizens are difficult to control because they are satisfied, and that which detracts from their happiness is opposed. If citizens are unhappy (depressed, anxious, afraid, for instance), they will go along to get along. Happiness comes from being content, and contentedness from earning your provision. Anxiety and fear come from not knowing where your provision will come from. So the manipulative will make you rely on them for provision to put aside the anxiety and fear, but they must keep the specter of being outside of their provision to keep you there. This is simply pre-programming to make the masses more pliable. When their happiness is gone, it will be expected and accepted.

Vievie
Vievie
5 months ago
Reply to  Paul

Amen. In college, I minored in marketing, which is basically business school meets psychology. The first semester, nearly first thing we learned, was that insecure, sad, and frightened people buy things ~ happy, secure people, not so much. That’s why beauty magazines make women feel inadequate. And the #1 most powerful emotion for a consumption-based economy to really thrive? I had guessed it must be sex, based on how pervasively sleazy our media and entertainment are, but nope, that’s second ~ to fear. Nothing makes people more vulnerable to government and corporate control like being afraid. That’s why the Patriot Act passed so easily right after 9/11, and why intelligent, educated people lined up to get an untested “vaccine” for a misunderstood “pandemic”.

Last edited 5 months ago by vievie