Written by Steve Cannon for USSA News.
Best-selling author Carol Roth warns that people who own nothing are actually owned by those in authority, stating that “If you own nothing, then the powers that be own you. It completely changes everything,” during her recent appearance on “The Glenn Beck Program.” Roth, who is known for her books “The Entrepreneur Equation” and “The War On Small Business”, argues that this notion crushes the American Dream and makes individuals indentured servants to both the government and Big Tech.
The ultimate goal of this endeavor, according to Roth, is to strip individuals of freedom and agency and to control every aspect of their lives. She explains that “This is a war, and this is one that you’re going to have to fight on multiple fronts. At the end of the day, we need people to own everything. We need you to have that ownership so that you can fight back, not be at their whim and not be an indentured servant to Big Tech, big business and to the global elites.”
The End of Private Property Predicted by the Globalist World Economic Forum
The globalist World Economic Forum (World Economic Forum) has predicted the end of private property, a concept that Roth says is connected to the destruction of property rights and freedoms. In 2016, the World Economic Forum proposed this idea in a video, and Roth notes that this is not just a “right-wing” conspiracy theory. The purchase of land by private individuals or groups is a concerning prospect, as the elites are trying to reshape the outcome by putting themselves in power by having people own nothing.
As a prime example, Roth cites the decline of Venezuela. Once the fourth wealthiest nation in the world in the mid-twentieth century, Venezuela plummeted to the bottom after nationalizing everything. Given the level of compliance with pandemic rules and regulations in the U.S., Roth warns that a similar fate could soon befall the country.
The U.S. Could Follow in Venezuela’s Footsteps
Glenn Beck agrees with Roth, warning that unless the American people stop the regulatory state and unelected officials from introducing new rules, they won’t own anything in the future. He concurred with Roth that the U.S. could follow the same path as Venezuela, explaining that “every day we continue down this road, it becomes more likely.” Beck notes that it took 20 years for Venezuela to be destroyed and the same fate for the U.S. is not unlikely.