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What the Great Reset Means for You. Part I

What the Great Reset Means for You. Part I
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In certain respects, this post and my next one may be the most important articles I've written for reasons I hope will become apparent to you as you read on.

Never Let a Crisis Go to Waste

The Covid-19 crisis merely served as the lynchpin for the Great Reset. In true Hegelian fashion, this manufactured crisis precipitated the dialectic need for a resolution to the pandemic, resulting in a synthesis calling for instituting a new world order to solve not only the Covid-19 problem but also the host of perceived problems that plague society, thus creating the opportunity for massive reform on a global scale. So a host of issues such as climate change (false narrative) come into play, resulting in a call for even more change such as too much fossil fuel usage resulting in the production of electric vehicles instead of the more reliable and efficient traditional gas-powered vehicles. Likewise, the concern over greenhouse gas emissions as hurting the climate/environment has led to calls for reducing the use of nitrogen fertilizers and the reduction of farming and ranching operations that produce naturally grown and raised foods in favor of the production of laboratory artificially created foods. Thus, Covid-19 was the impetus to create worldwide change not only in the policy and delivery of medical care but also in the operation of virtually all other sectors of society as well.

A Utopian Society?

Klaus Schwab is the Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum, a body of unelected leaders who seek to influence governments and corporations to establish a unified policy to achieve "a fairer, cleaner, smarter world." Their post-pandemic plan to "build back better" is not secretive but out in the open for those who would pay attention. This audio recording from the WEF website outlines their plan for the future (whether we like it or not). They are not beholden to anyone because they are not elected by the citizenry but their power lies in their ability to influence politicians and corporate leaders. These governmental and corporate policy decisions then trickle down to normal people like you and me who have very limited if any input in the decision-making process.

A Dystopian Society

Australian senator, Malcolm Roberts, in addressing the Australian parliament warns about the agenda of Klaus Schwab's World Economic Forum to transform the world where you and I "will own nothing and be happy." Happy slaves? How in the world will that happen? Stick around to find out in Part II.