Mark Zuckerberg envisions a dystopian view of the future in which his firm, Meta, formerly known as Facebook, makes enormous profits by selling you virtual goods in his digital realm.
Wednesday on CNBC, Zuckerberg raved about his scary fantasy, describing what he expects will be a “huge business opportunity for us.”
His goal is to create this virtual universe by 2030.
“Our north star is that by the end of the decade, we hope to basically get to around a billion people in the metaverse, doing hundreds of dollars of commerce each — buying digital goods, digital content, different things to express themselves,” he noted.
Zuckerberg continued, “So whether that’s clothing for their avatar or different digital goods for their virtual home or things to decorate their virtual conference room, utilities to be able to be more productive in virtual and augmented reality and across the metaverse overall.”
“I think there’s going to be a massive economy around this.”
This bleak image of the future entails individuals living their entire lives in an online realm created and governed by a liberal Big Tech dictator.
In Zuckerberg’s metaverse, you can purchase a virtual home instead of a real one. Instead than physically purchasing clothing or jewels, you can simply possess them virtually.
In the metaverse, you go poorer as Democratic mega-donor Zuckerberg gets richer.
Indicatively, his metaverse resembles the terrifying future predicted by the communist World Economic Forum, which promises that by 2030 you would “own nothing, have no privacy, and accept mindlessly that “life has never been better.”
More on this story via The Western Journal:
As a reminder, the WEF openly calls for a “Great Reset.”
This left-wing agenda involves income redistribution, an “equity”-driven reshuffling of society, the elevation of socialist policies and the erosion of meritocracy.
In addition to developing his metaverse, Zuckerberg is investing heavily in artificial intelligence as part of a wide-ranging plan to boost advertising revenues. Read more…