Have you heard of “The Great Reset,” powered by a select group of Davos “global elite?” They convene at annual meetings in the Swiss alpine ski resort of Davos, to legitimize and normalize their influence on democratic nations. Their objective is simple: total control of humanity using the private sector, science, and technology while reshaping democracies to form a global government.
If it sounds conspiratorial and Orwellian, that’s because it is – and it’s happening right in front of your eyes in plain sight.
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Born out of a CIA-funded Harvard program headed by Henry Kissinger and driven to fruition by economist John Kenneth Galbraith and nuclear strategist Herman Kahn – in 1971 German engineer Klaus Schwab, with the help of well-connected American policymakers, would create what would become the most influential European public policy institute, the European Management Forum (EMF), continuing, from 1987 onwards, as the World Economic Forum (WEF).
In 1971, the first meeting of the European Management Forum – then called the European Management Symposium – convened in Davos, Switzerland. Around 450 participants from 31 countries would take part in Schwab’s first European Management Symposium, mostly made up of managers from various European companies, politicians, US academics and media representatives.
Several years later, Henry Kissinger, in an opening address at the 1980 World Economic Forum (WEF) conference told Davos “elites”: “For the first time in history, foreign policy is truly global.” Twenty years later, in 2000, Bill Clinton became the first sitting American president to attend Davos.
What is ‘The Great Reset’ and who’s pulling the strings?
The WEF is led by founder and Executive Chairman Klaus Schwab. The seemingly innocuous Davos crowd describes itself as an “international organization for public-private cooperation” that engages political, business, and industry leaders of society to shape global, regional, and industry agendas.
The international lobbying organization has caught the world’s attention – and ire – in recent years. Particularly, the WEF’s partnership with the United Nations, their lockstep Agenda 2030, and Klaus Schwab’s Great Reset – a globalist-driven initiative to establish Schwab’s vision of stakeholder capitalism, where corporations are positioned as “trustees of society” to address the world’s economic and social woes.
Stakeholder Capitalism: A failed idea repackaged by Klaus Schwab
Independent investigative journalist, and author, Ian Davis posits a more nuanced view of Schwab’s stakeholder capitalism (a failed concept that’s been around since 1932):
“A global network of stakeholder capitalist partners are collaborating to usher in what they claim to be a new model of enhanced democratic accountability that includes “civil society”. However, beneath their deceptive use of the term civil society lies an ideology which offers this network an unprecedented degree of political control that threatens to extinguish representative democracy entirely.”
What is further obfuscated is that civil society stakeholders are selected. “Representatives from NGOs, religious communities, unions, and philanthropic foundations are the selected stakeholders whose only role is to agree with the policies placed on the table by the public-private partnership,” Davis adds. Their consent is deemed your consent.
“The conflict of interest is obvious… Supposedly, a G3P-led system of global governance is somehow beneficial for us. Believing this requires a considerable degree of naïveté.”Iain Davis
If you look behind the curtain, mounting evidence suggests the notorious Wizard: de facto ruler of Davos who aims to “improve the state of the world,” is peddling do-gooder rhetoric to mask a more sinister brand of stakeholder capitalism. A model that will ultimately transfer power away from true democratic processes into a system of governance by a small elect group, trained to continue the agenda set for them by the previous generation, as predicted by Herman Kahn.
In 1967, Herman Kahn wrote one of the most significant futurist works of the 20th century, The Year 2000: A Framework for Speculation on the Next Thirty-Three Years. In his book, Kahn explores subverting democracy by training a certain group in society as potential leaders, with those pre-selected few groomed for power being able to define what our shared values as a society should be. Sound familiar? Today’s World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leader scheme is the exact manifestation of his original proposal.
In essence, they will hold all the cards, whilst the common people will be left with illusory pseudo-democratic processes, poverty, and constant absurd psychological operations (PSYOPs) to sow chaos and distract us all unceasingly.
Upon further inspection of the WEF founding member dogmas, such as Herman Kahn’s prospective aim to create a unified American and European superstate, to today’s WEF think pieces on 15-minute cities, reduced private car ownership by 75%, advancing cashless society driven by programmable Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC), and the infamous and hastily deleted “You will own nothing and be happy” propaganda piece (archived here) – their agendas and reforms suggest intentions that are not so benign.
Instead, what lurks beneath noble jargon is a complicated and disingenuous “Build Back Better” tagline for The Great Reset carried out with globalist lock-step synergy as a distinct flavor of centralized Orwellian control slowly takes hold.
Neo-Marxist Schwab has also drawn scrutiny for his comments lauding the WEF’s ability to “penetrate cabinets” of world governments and praise for the Chinese “social credit score” system (reinforced by mass surveillance, and predictive policing) declaring it as a model for the West. In 2016, Schwab griped to then U.S. Vice President Joseph Biden about how the American middle class is holding back his Fourth Industrial Revolution.
“The fourth industrial revolution is not only changing what we do but also who we are. The impact it will have on us as individuals is manifold, affecting our identity and its many related facets – our sense of privacy, our notions of ownership, our consumption patterns, the time we devote to work and leisure, how we develop our careers, cultivate our skills.” – The Fourth Industrial Revolution, by Klaus Schwab, Pg. 92
A frequent keynote speaker at Davos WEF annual summits, Harari readily discusses the “useless class” of humans who can be hacked and manipulated using digital surveillance under their skin, the rise of digital dictatorships where “humans are now hackable animals,” and the creation of a global surveillance state.
Harari also believes in culling the population. In a 2015 TEDGlobal Talk, he asks: “What do we need so many humans for?”
The Great Reset trojan horse
In June 2019, the WEF signed a Strategic Partnership Framework agreement with the United Nations. The WEF and the UN agreed to collaboratively “accelerate the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development: milestones to complete the UN’s plan for the 21st century, also known as Agenda 21 – the UN’s vision for a centrally managed global society. The policies required to achieve these sustainable development goals (SDGs) are developed by the multi-stakeholder partnership.
A closer look at UN Agenda 21 and Agenda 2030.
The original Agenda 21, a 351 page document, outlines the United Nations’ plan for a centrally managed global society. This contract binds governments around the world to the UN plan for controlling the way we live, eat, learn, move and communicate – all under the noble banner of saving the earth.
Unlike Agenda 21, which operates under the guise of saving the environment, Agenda 2030 is truly a template for global governance. In addition to addressing climate change, it also sets ambitious goals for areas such as economics, health, energy, education, agriculture, gender equality, and a whole host of other issues. Billed as a “new universal Agenda” for humanity it is literally a blueprint for transforming global society.
Solidly rooted in the Agenda 21 document, adopted by the United Nations in 1992, Agenda 2030’s “sustainable development” mission is a call for the micromanagement of the lives of every man, woman and child across the world. If fully implemented, Agenda 21 and Agenda 2030 would have the government involved in every aspect of life of every human on earth.
With this strategic partnership in place, the WEF and the corporations they represent are now engaged in “effective collaboration” with the 193 national governments represented at the UN, also known as The Global Public-Private Partnership (G3P). As a result, the WEF, an unelected globalist organization, is directly partnering with supposedly sovereign governments in the development of global policy agendas.
Globalists want to fundamentally transform virtually everything about today’s society. The Great Reset, as described in Schwab’s book, calls for a “reset of our economic and social foundations” to “instigate stakeholder capitalism.”
Credit: David Icke
On the surface, the agenda is presented in terms of fairer outcomes, equality, sustainability, and ushering in the Fourth Industrial Revolution to address health and social challenges. Those that oppose a system of global governance describe the Great Reset as a sweeping effort to remake civilization globally for the express benefit of the elite of the World Economic Forum and their allies.
The now-defunct Great Reset microsite briefly described the initiative:
“There is an urgent need for global stakeholders to cooperate in simultaneously managing the direct consequences of the COVID-19 crisis. To improve the state of the world, the World Economic Forum is starting The Great Reset initiative.”
On June 3, 2020, then Prince Charles, became the official patron of the WEF’s Great Reset and officially launched the project, tweeting out #TheGreatReset, after delivering a Great Reset address at Davos that same day.
Author Matthew Ehret explains how the Great Reset is a trojan horse designed to subvert democracies. “When one reviews the nature of those reforms on the World Economic Forum’s websites which are intended to replace the policies of the pre-COVID era, it becomes crystal clear that this Great Reset (which combines full spectrum remedies to the dual crises of COVID and Global Warming), is merely another attempt to steer humanity into a techno-feudal, depopulated cage under a system of global governance managed by social engineers and their oligarchical patrons.”
How to resist the ‘Great Reset’
As the specter of WEF initiatives and reforms are now snaking their way into mainstream discourse and government-backed policies, those opposed to the World Economic Forum, UN Agenda 2030, and Schwab’s Great Reset say it is essential for people to stay vigilant, as what some describe as Orwellian and dystopian “solutions” are gradually foisted upon the global population.
“What we have to confront is a deep systemic and structural restructuring of our world,” WEF Chairman Schwab told attendees at the 2022 G20 Bali Summit, which also features the “B20,” a gathering of global corporate business leaders. “This will take some time,” Schwab continued. “And the world will look differently after we have gone through this transition process.”
As World Economic Forum globalists push ahead with their “Great Reset,” there are measures you can take to repudiate and hinder their plans.
Dr. Simon Goddek, a biotechnologist, entrepreneur and the founder of Sunfluencer, a vocal critic of the World Economic Forum, recently outlined 25 steps you can take to resist Schwab’s Great Reset – an agenda that aims to forcibly transition the world into Klaus Schwab’s image. Here’s a look at 12 of the 25 recommended courses of action.
1. Turn off your TV.
Or even better – throw it out of your window. There is hardly anything decent on TV. Mainstream media worldwide reports the same propaganda resulting in mass anxiety. By the way, it has been known since the 80s that television can harm mental health. In the last three years, they were shamelessly trying to make us believe that watching TV is good for you when sitting home alone due to unscientific and arbitrary lockdowns.
2. Eat lots of pasture meat, and not bugs.
Klaus Schwab and the WEF want us to “eat ze bugs.” A fried locust is definitely not the future of our diet, even though the media is pushing for it. Instead, we should eat as our forefathers did: meat, fish, shellfish, roots, eggs, vegetables, and fruits. Skip the bugs – feed them to the chicken.
3. Consume alternative and objective media.
There are many great alternative media sources such as Telegram, Substack newsletters, thematic blogs, critical Twitter accounts, and general news such as the Off Guardian or TNT Radio. Also, try to learn how to read scientific studies, including their methodology (which is almost always biased). This will improve your decision-making processes.
4. Reject vaccination and CO2 passports, and digital IDs.
The German Green Party, currently part of the government, already proposed climate passports before the “pandemic.” The CO2 credit and the social credit score will come; it is only a matter of time. Fortunately, they won’t succeed if insufficient people comply. I know many people that took the vaccine only to be able to travel. This degree of gaslighting and blackmailing mustn’t happen again.
5. Be self-sufficient regarding water, food, and electricity.
Governments fear nothing more than self-sufficient and independent citizens. If you grow and produce everything yourself, the government cannot impose taxes on it. It also makes you less susceptible to blackmail. Even if you only own a balcony or roof terrace in a city, chances are you have enough space to grow pesticide-free vegetables and soak up some sun rays. Alternatively, join an allotment association.
6. Own your land and farm it.
Owning some land is crucial these days. Before growing anything there, I strongly advise improving the soil of your land. Rumble and Odysee provide many videos about composting and mulching. You also might want to look into the principles of agroforestry and permaculture. Typically, an area as small as 1,000 sqm is enough to provide your family (including grandparents, siblings and cousins) with meat, eggs, fruits, and vegetables.
7. Insist on your tech privacy.
Man is a creature of habits, so I know this step can be difficult. But for the sake of your privacy, this step is quite crucial. Big Tech is one of our main enemies, and you don’t want Google, Zuckerberg, and TikTok to know more about more about you than you do. I personally like Ubuntu or Mint Linux operating systems, as they are beautiful and user-friendly. CalyxOS is an Android operating system that puts privacy into your hands. A de-Googled phone is a safer phone.
8. Protect your online privacy and ditch Google.
SearX and Brave, but don’t Google. We all Google, and I must admit that Google offers excellent features. However, Google is a dangerous data miner that also manipulates search algorithms. SearX is a brilliant alternative. So is Brave, which uses its own search engine.
9. Pay with cash, and avoid bonus programs.
Cash is power and especially anonymous: It allows for transactions to be made without any digital footprint or trace, preserving your privacy. Pay with it whenever possible. I have been without a bank account for one year because of expressing my opinion online. Other dissidents have been debanked and their assets have also been frozen and blocked. Doing everything digitally makes you the perfect slave: resist! Also, do not participate in payback programs. They use your data to generate money; nobody gives money away for free.
10. Diversify your investments.
Allocate portions of your money into assets like gold, cryptocurrencies, land, and more. Don’t put all your trust in big banks or digital currencies, especially CBDCs controlled by governments. The increasing push towards state-controlled digital currencies can pose a threat to your financial independence due to potential issues like lack of privacy, manipulation, and even outright control of your financial resources. Personally, I consider tangible assets like metals and land to be safe investments. It’s always wise to hedge your bets, particularly considering the looming possibility of a global crisis, unlike anything we’ve seen before.
11. Prepare for the unexpected.
Learn basic survival skills such as starting a fire, purifying water, and basic first aid. This doesn’t only prepare you for possible future crises, but also enhances your self-reliance and confidence.
12. Avoid unnecessary debt.
Minimize your reliance on credit and strive to live within your means. High levels of debt essentially make you owned by banks or the government, as they possess financial leverage over your decisions and actions. This debt culture lays the foundation for a social credit system, where your credit history could potentially influence your access to various societal privileges. Avoid this by cutting unnecessary expenses, focusing on savings, and investing wisely.
Build parallel systems to resist global governance and the ‘Great Reset’
From admittedly penetrating governments, proposed regulation of mind control technologies by WEF-member corporations, recalibrating freedom of speech, implanting smartphones into your body, and compliance tracking pills that contain microchips; to praise for compulsory pandemic measures stating lockdowns are quietly improving cities around the world, and a Great Reset to restructure society marking the death of capitalism – their ambitions – dressed up in sustainable development garb – are decidedly Orwellian.
At the 2022 WEF Davos annual meeting, Alibaba Group president J. Michael Evans boasted about the development of an “individual carbon footprint tracker” to monitor what you buy, what you eat, and where/how you travel. Do you see where this is going?
Finally, as it pertains to policy, elect – at all levels of government – representatives that reject WEF agendas and reforms. If your elected officials treat the WEF as the rogue, unelected, illegitimate organization that it is, its influence would be greatly diminished.
Are your leaders members of the WEF? To find out, conduct a Brave site search using the politician’s name as the search phrase.
Identify local, state, and federal WEF state actors (Manchurian candidates including politicians, lobbyists, and activists) who craft ideas and solicit government authorities to garner significant influence on laws and regulations that subvert core democratic values and constitutional rights.
- Contact your U.S. House and Senate representatives.
- Leverage AI chatbots like Resistbot for civic engagement to contact your officials in two minutes or less.
- Browse bills in the U.S. Congress with GovTrak, relating to a specific subject and find legislation that impacts you.
- Search the Climate Change Laws of the World database to review climate laws and policies globally.
“The real core of the Great Reset strategy is to seize control … The objective is to take private-interest profit-making producers of goods and services and convert them into public institutions that will fulfill various other public purposes in the public interest. The labels for such activity are now familiar, including CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility), ESG (Environment, Social, and Governance), Impact investing, sustainability and the like.” – Financial Post
Build parallel systems to counter those imposed by multinational WEF-groomed corporations. If you stop giving them your money, they’ll stop using your money to poison the well of democracy.
Then, they’ll own nothing. And we’ll all be happy.
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