The “Great Reset” is a long-drawn-out agenda that is now to be implemented under the pretext of COVID-19. In part 1 we gave an overview of the “Great Reset” and we now continue our look.
Klaus Schwab – the founder of the World Economic Forum – brought the Great Reset in connection with the “Fourth Industrial Revolution”. But what is this revolution about?
In a video from the Corbett Report, James Corbett, who gathered the facts together, explains that the Great Reset or “Great New Start” is a revolution. What is the essence of this revolution?
A video introduction from July 18, 2016 by the World Economic Forum provides information:
“The first industrial revolution was driven by the discovery that steam engines can be used in a variety of ways. This revolution was followed by electricity, computers, and communications and communications technologies. Today we are in the early stages of the fourth industrial revolution, which brings together digital, physical and biological systems.”
Schwab comments in this video – while Joe Biden and Leonardo diCaprio are among the audience – that one of the characteristics of the fourth industrial revolution is:
“That it doesn’t change something we do, but that it changes what we are.”
Nita Farahany from Duke University explains what Schwab means by this: “By measuring and displaying the brain waves of consumers using a simple EEG apparatus, we are given an insight into our self that one would never have thought possible before. This is how the brain’s black box is deciphered. This is how we recognize an identity that is really aspiring.”
A full understanding of brain waves, the human genome and its function would herald a “new renaissance” that would define a new “relationship with life, our relationship with the planet, and our relationship with work,” adds Jon Kabat-Zinn of the university of Massachusetts.
Part of this “fourth industrial revolution” is a new economic system, like Stewart Wallis of the New Economics Foundation explained. “I don’t mean capitalism or communism, but a complete shift in the system, similar to the two big changes that happened in the 20th century. [By that I mean] Keynesianism, with a much greater emphasis on health and education and government collaboration with business, and [second] the reaction against this trend in liberalism, with a return to the free market and a move away from regulation of the company. We are now facing another shift in the direction of meeting the fundamental needs of every human being on the planet so that human wellbeing is maximized. “
“This shift is triggered by a new answer to the question of how we want to live.”
This new economic framework – adorned with the glossy propaganda of health, technology, and life improvement – has a simple basic belief, Corbett said, and that belief is “technocracy.”
The idea behind this is simple: centralized power is placed in the hands of a few people, a technocratic elite who can program the computers that control the “systems” to distribute resources evenly among people.
“The Great Reset is simply a renaming of the new world order that Klaus Schwab and people like him would be put in positions of power.”
The idea behind the Great Reset is the same as that behind the first technocratic movement in the 1930s, only applied to the modern technological possibilities of the 21st century.
It is not just about a shift in power, but – through transhumanism – through the redefinition of what it means to be human.
“The truth is, this highly influential figure at the center of the new global order that is being established is a thoroughly transhumanist person who dreams of an end to natural healthy human life and community.”