In a matter of weeks, the coronavirus took over healthcare systems, economies and societies, continuing to impact Australia and the greater world.
The World Economic Forum, instrumental in Event 201, is now calling for a “balanced and inclusive response that makes economies and societies future-proof”, titled ‘The Great Reset’.
The justification for a radical transformation of the world has been made possible with COVID-19, and on closer examination, the upcoming forum mirrors plans detailed in the Agenda 2030 document. Ethan Nash explores.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) is set to adopt a new twin-summit format for the 51st World WEF Annual Meeting in January 2021, with a centraltheme focused on ‘The Great Reset’.
The gathering of the world’s rich and powerful, held every year in the Swiss resort town, will also achieve this new goal through a network of more than 400 hubs across the world.
The group will incorporate a virtual summit to engage younger generations, alongside its annual summit in Davos, bringing together world leaders from government, business and civil society.
The WEF, which describes itself as an “international organisation for public-private partnership”, said ‘The Great Reset’ is a commitment to “jointly and urgently build the foundations of economic and social systems for a more fair, sustainable and resilient future”.
The ‘Great Reset’ will look at how the world can address the COVID-19 ‘crisis’ and the political, economic, and social disruptions it has caused:
The announcement of a ‘great reset’ summit was made by the Prince Charles of Wales and WEF Founder and Executive Chairman, Klaus Schwab, during a virtual meeting.
Prince Charles commented: “In order to secure our future and to prosper, we need to evolve our economic model and put people and planet at the heart of global value creation.”
The WEF will also host a virtual series — The Great Reset Dialogues — leading up to the annual meeting in January, which is also a joint initiative of the WEF and Prince of Wales.
The organisation will utilize the power of young people across the world to make the plan a reality.
‘GLOBAL SHAPERS COMMUNITY’
Underpinning the strategy of this new forum, the WEF will draw on thousands of young people in more than 400 cities around the world. Known as the‘Global Shapers Community’, this group serves as an interconnected and powerful virtual hub network that interacts directly with leaders in Davos.
Born out of the World Economic Forum, the Global Shapers Community is “a network of inspiring young people under the age of 30 working together to address local, regional and global challenges”.
The group has more than 7,000 members and spans 369 city-based hubs in 171 countries.
Each of those hubs will have an ‘open house policy’ to integrate all interested citizens into this dialogue, making this meeting available to everyone. In addition, social media networks will help the WEF mobilize millions of people, enabling them to share their input and gain access to discussions.
COVID-19 has created the perfect ‘crisis’ for justification of ‘The Great Reset’, and we are already seeing the world plandemic be used as the driving force behind a plethora of new societal changes.
THE SHIFT IN MOTION
The current ‘pandemic crisis’ has shown just how quickly radical changes can be made to the lifestyles of millions at the drop of a hat.
Almost instantly, the event manipulated businesses and individuals to abandon practices long claimed to be essential, from air travel to working in an office.
For those wondering what will come after the COVID-19 has successfully all but shut down the entire world economy, spreading the worst depression since the 1930s, the leaders of the WEF have just unveiled the outlines of what we can expect next. This crisis will be used as an opportunity.
PROBLEM, REACTION, SOLUTION
According to the WEF, a ‘great reset’ will require ‘improved’ multilateral cooperation between governments and the alignment of the recovery of economies and priorities of societies.
That’s right, the COVID-19 event is being used as the perfect scapegoat to institute radical change:
The founder of the World Economic Forum recently warned that a failure to tackle the deep-rooted ills of our society during the pandemic could exacerbate the risk of “violent shocks”, such as conflicts and revolutions.
UN Secretary-General, António Guterres, echoed sentiments of the need for urgent societal change:
“The Great Reset is a welcome recognition that this human tragedy must be a wake-up call. We must build more equal, inclusive and sustainable economies and societies that are more resilient in the face of pandemics, climate change and the many other global changes we face.”
Not only has the world been brought to its knees financially and spiritually, but the shut down and re-design of human activities across the planet has also ensured a faster transition to the digital age.
This is the second half of the puzzle, and once again, COVID-19 has provided the perfect groundwork.
An approaching era of cyber dystopia will provide the launching pad for unprecedented changes.
FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
In the wake of COVID-19, business leaders have been maneuvered (or forced) to adopt digital models and a new trajectory for digital transformation that aligns with the changing role of their business.
Among the many trends that COVID-19 has accelerated, two stand out: Calls are rising for companies to lead in addressing societal challenges and a marketplace is indicates companies must adopt digital business models at their core to survive. We have witnessed this for months now.
Digital transformation is at the heart of the World Economic Forum’s ‘great reset’ plan, and the group has addressed these questions in a new report, Digital Transformation: Powering The Great Reset:
According to the document: “COVID-19 has accelerated our transition into the age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. We have to make sure that the new technologies in the digital, biological and physical world remain human-centred and serve society as a whole.”
Many of the systems detailed to drive a ‘sustainable world’, including smart city initiatives, will be driven by a new world of digital acceptance. 5G, AR, cashless society— all set to become a reality.
In 2020 and beyond, the ‘Accelerating Digital Transformation’ programme, facilitated by the World Economic Forum, will support conversations and collaborations among the members of a growing community of leaders who are redefining digital business transformation in society.
Create the problem, garner the reaction and offer the solution. It’s as if it was planned all along.
Discussions to redesign various systems of the planet have certainly gained increasing traction since the turn of the century, and although COVID-19 provides the perfect cover, it is nothing new.
Furthermore, The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has previously warned that the world is heading towards the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, while the UN’s International Labour Organization has said nearly half of the global workforce could see their livelihoods destroyed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Now let’s take a step back for a moment. ‘The Great Reset’, fundamentally, entails taking advantage of the staggering impact of the coronavirus to advance a very specific agenda. The three main pillars of this push will address inequality, climate change and changes in capitalism.
Notably enough, the agenda seems to perfectly with another specific agenda spoken about for years now, namely the 2015 UN Agenda 2030 document. What are the odds of this?
The COVID-19 event now requires new methods of governance that are predicated on increasing centralization of political power and control. The ‘great reset’ website claims that “inconsistencies” and “contradictions” across “multiple systems” are to be solved through consolidation.
This is the same propaganda and NWO talking points that have dominated the Agenda 2030 push.
Justin Haskins, Editorial Director and research fellow at the Heartland Institute, said The Great Reset is ‘sort of like Agenda 2030 on steroids’ when speaking to Fox News:
“Essentially, it’s this global movement among some of the most powerful leaders in government, business, in activism all over the world to … push the reset button on the entire global economy and replace it with something that they call ‘stakeholder capitalism,’ which is essentially socialism.”
Current US presidential candidate, Joe Biden, has significant links to the Great Reset movement.
Now, if we compare the details of the UN Agenda 2030 document with the WEF’s ‘great reset’ initiative, we find both dovetail very neatly. The theme of Agenda 2030 is a ‘sustainable world’, which is defined as one with income equality, gender equality and health equality, among other things.
The 17 ‘Sustainable Development Goals’ include ending poverty and hunger, by dragging the first world down, protecting the planet from degradation, including through sustainable consumption and production, management of natural resources and urgent action on climate change.
The word sustainable is the key word. As previously explored, this is code-word for a reorganization of world wealth via means such that will dramatically reduce air and vehicle travel.
Could these ‘means’ have been the threat of a fake virus all along? Either way, one thing is clear: The WEF’s agenda matches goals set out by the United Nations to achieve Agenda 2030.
In the future, the less-developed world will not rise to the developed, rather the other way, as advanced civilizations must go down to their living standards to become ‘sustainable’….
We must all be enslaved by those who are destroying the earth in order to save the earth.