The World Economic Forum is publishing a study which states that 5 million jobs will be lost to advances in artificial intelligence, robotics, genetics, and other advancements by the year 2020. This study correlates well with other policy papers by some banks and international institutions which suggest that 80% of human jobs will be replaced by 2030 or 2040.
There are some obvious questions which arise. What will replace these lost jobs? How will humans earn a living when there are no jobs to replace the ones which have been taken over by Robbie Robot? And how does this connect to the multilateral monetary transition?
It is estimated that there are very few jobs which cannot be replaced by the merging of AI and robotics. When we add in the advancements in genetics, a disturbing trifecta of transhumanism emerges. But I digress.
The human fields of labor and study which will be replaced include medicine – with doctors, especially general practitioners being hit the hardest, engineering, basic movement labor functions, office and clerical work, machine operation – such as autonomous machinery in mining and other operations, technicians – machines fixing machines, and numerous other fields.
The technological advancement which is taking place serves as a method of consolidation. There are other areas where a trend of consolidation can be defined and studied. The obvious one for most readers here is the consolidation of the international monetary system through re-balancing and implementing a multilateral monetary framework.
The globalization of central banks which will take place as a part of this transition will serve to consolidate the fiscal policies of all countries and regions under one supra-national authority. The end goal of this transition is the probable reason why there is so much confusion and obfuscation regarding the methodology of the process itself.
Another area of consolidation is the increasing spread of socialism. Here we have two opposing positions, one represented by democracy and capitalism, and the other fascism and communism. All blending and consolidating from different directions into the one emerging socialist governance framework.
So here we have three paths of consolidation which have been clearly defined and widely discussed everywhere from academia to alternative news and opinion sources. It can be argued that all three feed on one another and are connected through an underlying current of socialists’ machinations. Continue reading