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The Great Reset Agenda Is Bad News
I know this sounds like tin foil hat stuff but I can promise you that it is not. Everything you read here comes straight from the World Economic Forum's website.
In this article, I'll explain:
- Why, from an economic standpoint, the Great Reset Agenda CANNOT work.
- What the end game could look like for all of us average folks.
Overview Of The “Great Reset”
To start, it's very important that you watch the video clip below.
As a warning, this is extremely bizarre. I dare you…no…I challenge you to watch the clip below. This is straight out of a James Bond movie.
What is the “Great Reset”?
To better understand the great reset agenda, we'll analyze an article where Klaus Schwab, the Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum outlines his three steps to saving the world.
If you want to read the article, you can find it here: Now is the time for a “great reset.”
the three main components of the Great Reset Agenda
In the above linked-to article, Schwab explains his three main components of the great reset agenda.
1. Steer markets toward fairer outcomes
Pay close attention to the words he's using:
- Steer: He believes in a top-down approach. Communism. Klaus Schwab believes that we are incapable of governing ourselves and that we need the World Economic Forum to tell us what to do.
- Outcome: Make no doubt about it. He chose the word outcome instead of opportunity on purpose.
To this end, the government should improve coordination. (For example, in tax, regulatory and fiscal policy), upgrade trade arrangements, and create the conditions for a “stakeholder economy.” At a time of diminishing tax bases and soaring public debt, governments have a powerful incentive to pursue such action.
I‘d like to remind you that governments DO NOT have any resources. They DO NOT produce anything.
They have control over what they can extract from the private sector. And what they can't extract from the private sector they'll make up for through deficit spending.
Moreover, the government should implement long-overdue reforms that promote more equitable outcomes.
Again, he's not using the word opportunities. He's using the word outcomes.
Depending on the country, these may include changes to wealth taxes, the withdrawal of fossil fuel subsidies and new rules governing intellectual property, trade, and competition.
2. Ensure all investments advance shared goals, like equality, and sustainability.
He got right back to implying equal outcomes and not equal opportunities.
The third and final priority of the 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.
Lastly, I want to point out Klaus's own quote. Remember this isn't an editor. Klaus is writing this himself.
So, out of all of the sentences in the article, he chooses this one in particular:
The pandemic represents a rare but narrow window of opportunity to reflect, reimagine, and reset our world.
He's saying that the pandemic is an opportunity to reflect, re-imagine, and reset our world.
Let that sink in for a moment.
If that didn't make the hair on the back of your neck stand up, look into the pictograph that he had at the end of this post.
It's a round circle that revolves around the great reset agenda. All of the things on the exterior of the circle feed into the seven main points.
3. Strengthening regional development (advancing technology)
I have no idea what that is or how someone achieves that objective.
And you'll notice the same thing with all of them. The main points are these broad-stroke over-generalized platitudes that don't mean anything whatsoever.
They have no substance to them.
Other main great reset agenda points:
- Revitalizing global cooperation
- Developing sustainable business models – Which I always thought meant the business just had to make a profit, but I guess those days are long gone.
- Restoring health in the environment – I kind of get that one.
- Redesign social contract skills and jobs – I have no idea what a social contract is, but it doesn't sound very enticing at all, especially if it's coming from Klaus and his friends.
- Shaping an economic recovery – I'm all for an economic recovery right now, but I'm not in favor of these global elites shaping it in the form that they see fit.
- Fourth Industrial Revolution – What is this exactly? I'll show you a couple of charts to explain it further.
If you look at it, it's really just about advancing technology…
- Real-time optimization
- Cloud computing
- Cyber-physical systems
- Additive manufacturing
- Augmented reality, and…
- This is where it starts to get really bizarre in my opinion…Machine learning!
- Internet of things
- Big data.
I wouldn't exactly put the great reset agenda up there with the industrial revolution, electricity, the telephone, things of this nature, but this is what they're calling the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
I also want to point out another one of their diagrams that add a couple more things to the mix of augmented reality, and big data.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution
One of the ways we're going to supposedly harness this Fourth Industrial Revolution is by the future of media entertainment and culture.
For the strengthening of regional development, they think we're going to somehow achieve this through biodiversity.
It's not that I'm opposed to biodiversity. It's that I don't think it will help us strengthen regional development in any way, shape, or form.
Global Security Will Be A Personal Liberty Nightmare
The Great Reset Agenda wants to revitalize global cooperation with things like international security.
Basically, this means they will require more of your personal information than they already have, which is a lot, all in the name of safety. Tax records and banking records to name a few.
sustainable business models
And sustainable business models are somehow going to be a result of agile governance, supposedly.
Restoring the health of the environment is somehow going to come from something they're calling a circular economy.
justice and the law
Redesigning social contracts, skills, and jobs, will be achieved through justice and the law.
Who defines exactly what justice is? Will it be Klaus, or will it be you and I?
Finally, my favorite is shaping the economic recovery. According to the World Economic Forum, we're going to get out of this global recession and depression by of course including more LGBTI people.
I have no idea what I stands for. Last time I checked it was only LGBT, but of course, these things change daily.
Achieve economic recovery through inclusive taxation
We're also going to achieve an economic recovery by gender parity, and through things like taxation and inclusive design.
It's amazing that such an intricate diagram with so many words can actually say so little.
So this is their great reset agenda.
If you're saying to yourself “Well, George, I don't really get it. It just seems like this overly vague word salad of just this drivel that doesn't mean anything.”
Go ahead and join the club. I am right there with you, but I don't think it's really about their agenda.
what their true intentions actually are
I think it's about what's playing out behind the scenes and what their true intentions actually are.
For more on this, I quote a little piece of a fantastic interview that I found from Joe Rogan interviewing one of my favorites, Bret Weinstein.
Joe Rogan: Equality of outcome, it's impossible. If you pursue it, you end up with a dystopia and even if it were possible, it would not be desirable for the reasons you point to, about the benefits of what you're calling competition.
Bret Weinstein: But there are people in this world that do want to push towards equality of outcome…
Joe Rogan: Yes.
Bret Weinstein: … and they make it sound as if this is not just logical, but ethical and possible in the future.
And that you are on the wrong side of history if you think that capitalism and competition and all these things that you just talked about are good.
And that really the best thing is to force people to become some sort of utopian creature that works together in unison and everybody is egalitarian, and there's no need for feminism and men's rights activists because everybody looks at everyone as an equal.
Joe Rogan: Well, there are two kinds of people who will advocate for equality of outcome.
One kind of person who will is confused. They don't understand what happens if you go down this road.
The other one is cynical, and they're using this as an excuse to justify something that just so happens to reward them.
(End of interview)
I couldn't agree with Bret more… So are Klaus and his cronies just confused, or are they using this as an excuse to further their own hidden agenda? I'll let you be the judge.