Brazil: Minister of Foreign Affairs Ernesto Araujo rebuked the Word Economic Forum’s plan for a “great reset” of society and the global economy in a speech before the United Nations special session on COVID-19 on December 3. Mr. Arujo said, “Those who dislike freedom always try to benefit from moments of crisis to preach the curtailing of freedom. Let’s not fall for that trap. Totalitarian social control is not the remedy for any crisis. Let’s not make democracy and freedom one more victim of COVID-19.” In April, Arujo, a fierce opponent of globalist ideologies, wrote, “globalism replaces socialism as a preparatory stage for communism.” Araujo’s views that climate-change science and globalism are tools for spreading Marxist ideologies, along with his pro-nationalistic beliefs, have made him unpopular with internationalists.The great reset agenda calls for complete restructuring of society where the people own nothing and we all live in a “citizen-centered welfare state” while governments and “stakeholders” own and control the means of production. Privacy will be non-existent because invasive technologies will lead us toward “a fusion of our physical, our digital, and our biological identities,” according to Klaus Schwab, the founder of the World Economic Forum. China is leading the way with social-credit scores that uses public shaming, limited access to services and travel, and control over information. -GEG
Brazil’s minister of foreign affairs says “no” to the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) proposed “great reset” agenda, telling the United Nations (UN) special session on COVID-19 that “totalitarian social control is not the remedy for any crisis.”
“Those who dislike freedom always try to benefit from moments of crisis to preach the curtailing of freedom. Let’s not fall for that trap” — Ernesto Araujo
On December 3, Brazil’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Ernesto Araujo rebuked the WEF’s technocratic “great reset” of society and the global economy in a recorded speech before the special session of the UN.
Although Araujo did not say the words “great reset” or “World Economic Forum” during his speech to the UN, he made it abundantly clear in a tweet the following day that he was referring to the “great reset” agenda in his speech.