Now is the time for a ‘great reset’
03 Jun 2020 | Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman, World Economic Forum
Same song sheet everyone else is singing from and embedded in the wonderful rhetoric.
What must “we” do in response to COVID-19? (as if it wasn’t already planned in the 2010 Rockefeller/GBN report).
To achieve a better outcome, the world must act jointly and swiftly to revamp all aspects of our societies and economies, from education to social contracts and working conditions. Every country, from the United States to China, must participate, and every industry, from oil and gas to tech, must be transformed. In short, we need a “Great Reset” of capitalism.
It reads like he is in charge.
It refers to “hundreds of thousands of deaths” in the world from COVID-19 —398,321 as per June 6, 2020–but that’s still within a typical range for annual influenza deaths –or what would be more accurately classified as deaths due to “respiratory” illnesses, because my understanding is they don’t really verify that influenza is the cause of death–they just guess. In the 2008 Canadian statistics for top ten leading causes of death, they didn’t mention influenza–just respiratory diseases. For example, Dr. Wodarg mentions that a certain percentage of deaths classified as “flu” every year are actually from various types of coronaviruses.
We also know the death certificates have been manipulated for COVID-19.
His assessment of its seriousness is false so far, unless he is talking about the consequences of being isolated for so long that we have a spike in the fall because people failed to develop immunity in the normal way–due to the lockdown keeping them indoors.
Then he talks about the severe economic problems–as if these weren’t caused by the insane lockdown response to the virus.
. . .We must build entirely new foundations for our economic and social systems.
It sounds very authoritarian–like the 2010 Rockefeller/GBN scenario–or like the Event 201 pandemic exercise.
Someone creates the problem and someone provides the ready-made solution.
. . . one silver lining of the pandemic is that it has shown how quickly we can make radical changes to our lifestyles. Almost instantly, the crisis forced businesses and individuals to abandon practices long claimed to be essential, from frequent air travel to working in an office.
It FORCED us to abandon things we didn’t want to abandon.
Look at all this “cooperation”! Did people know they were giving up “frequent air travel” and “working in an office”? Did you know you have given that up?
Look at how “quickly” our radical lifestyle changes happen when, after years of conditioning, we are terrorized with an orchestrated campaign into obedience to government “emergency orders” all saying the same thing–in “lock step.”
Likewise, populations have overwhelmingly shown a willingness to make sacrifices for the sake of health-care and other essential workers and vulnerable populations, such as the elderly.
You mean they sacrificed their jobs and businesses? Their future, the economy–for the sake of their belief in what the media and governments said? That was helping the elderly and sick? Really?
How can we help the elderly and sick if we are stuck in our homes not paying the bills???!!!
You mean they were made to put up signs to pay “lip service” to health care workers–who actually didn’t have much work to do at all because people were terrified to go to hospitals–so the hospitals were half empty and thousands of surgeries were delayed every week–in Canada alone.
Clearly, the will to build a better society does exist. We must use it to secure the Great Reset that we so badly need. That will require stronger and more effective governments . . . . And it will demand private-sector engagement every step of the way.
Did anyone vote for a “Great Reset”? He’s talking about stronger–more authoritarian governments–and more public-private partnership–also called fascism. I believe that is what “stakeholder economy” means. “Stakeholder” is part of the terminology used in Agenda 21 (sustainable development) and refers to unelected private entities such as corporations and NGOs making decisions for society–as opposed to each individual human person having a vote.
They expect to get their globalist “reforms”:
. . . changes to wealth taxes [really not sure what they intend], the withdrawal of fossil-fuel subsidies, and new rules governing intellectual property, trade, and competition.
Some of those sound like what came with the failed Trans Pacific Partnership!
With eliminating fossil fuel subsidies–never mind that Canada is a colder country than some–what they mean is that they don’t want countries making things easier for their people. They want to level all nations to the same condition. This is what is going on. That’s what “sustainable development” means. It means scrambling for basic needs so that you do what you are told.
Of course it mentions “sustainability” and “equality”–and I interpret “equality” as abolition of the family. That’s what it means. Families–and other sources of identity and focuses of loyalty–get in the way. But at their level they’ll still fly frequently and have children. All this is just marketing for tyranny and having a family will be a reserved privilege like air travel. Institutions and beliefs that exist outside of their system are trashed as “inequality.” The United Nations was built by the same types of people (Julian Huxley, Brock Chisholm) –and now the UN is allied with the World Economic Forum (see link at the bottom).
He doesn’t want the old kinds of subsidies. He wants surveillance and control over behavior and resource use–as in technocracy–as the following illustrates:
. . . building “green” urban infrastructure and creating incentives for industries to improve their track record on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) metrics.
How does that help produce anything?
After the economy has been undermined by the people currently in charge, he talks about using computers for the “public good”–forcing them into a new way of life:
The third and final priority of a Great Reset agenda is to harness the innovations of the Fourth Industrial Revolution to support the public good, especially by addressing health and social challenges. During the COVID-19 crisis, companies, universities, and others have joined forces to develop diagnostics, therapeutics, and possible vaccines; establish testing centers; create mechanisms for tracing infections; and deliver telemedicine. Imagine what could be possible if similar concerted efforts were made in every sector.
A world full of humans suddenly becomes a world full of tracked-and-traceable bio-weapons.
It doesn’t say anything specific about cancer, which is the number one cause of death, or circulatory system diseases, or other serious conditions.
The statement is outrageous. Talk about nerve, referring to “telemedicine.” That’s what people got to experience during the shutdown. An awful lot of telephone medicine–mostly to do with questions about whether we had various cold/flu symptoms–and making us afraid to admit we did.
That’s what the new world is all about–fear of answering the questions wrong–or just fear of being asked questions–which will happen constantly if we allow it.
The promise of “vaccines.” Don’t give your life over to people you don’t know–when they’re telling you that there are too many people and want to control and dominate you as they are doing NOW. Just read the adverse reactions listed in their official documents. Read about the horrific track record of Gates Foundation experimental vaccines. That’s a “promise”? Ask what is in it first–at least–and go beyond that. The principle of the Nuremberg Code is informed consent so don’t give your consent if you are not sure what a “vaccine” does, what is in it and whether it “works.”
“Tracing infections” is SPYING AND SURVEILLANCE.
Constant monitoring of our health is what Jacques Attali wrote about in A Brief History of the Future. Instead of physical products, the focus would be on constant data gathering–also called spying and privacy invasion.
The agenda is to monitor and count everything and call that an “economy.” That’s what Agenda 21 is all about.
The COVID-19 crisis is affecting every facet of people’s lives in every corner of the world.. . . the pandemic represents a rare but narrow window of opportunity to reflect, reimagine, and reset our world to create a healthier, more equitable, and more prosperous future.
Is the World Economic Forum in charge? Apparently