We should forego freedom and prosperity so that the party can continue upstairs
The global elites want to secure their power and save their wealth through all possible crises. To do this, we citizens have to lose independence and freedom. This is what the “Great Reset” is basically about.
In 2020 the head of the World Economic Forum, Klaus Schwab, spoke and wrote about it, and in 2021 it will be the general topic for the (this time virtual) meeting of the elites from business, society and politics in Davos, Switzerland: the so-called Great Reset.
This is about a global system change. The corona crisis is being used as an opportunity and as a window to bring about global change.
Klaus Schwab stated in summer 2020:
“It is obvious that we are in the midst of the greatest economic crisis humanity has experienced since World War II. […] Now the time has come, the time, not only to fight the virus, but also to the system to reshape the post-Corona era.”
The core issues at first sound a little dramatic, and not new :
They want to:
1. reshape the economic recovery,
2. create the fourth industrial revolution,
3. strengthen regional development,
4. revive global cooperation,
5. develop sustainable business models,
6. restore the health of the environment,
7. social contracts; redesign skills and jobs.
Big goals are hidden behind it. With no input from the citizens, the elites set the social direction for the future. Behind the facade of beautiful-sounding terms and ideas for the future, it is above all about a new edition of globalization in order to forestall a global financial crash of casino capitalism.
What is really being targeted are the following points in particular:
1. more digital surveillance and more globalization,
2. less state sovereignty,
3. more influence from NGOs (non-governmental organizations),
4. more transhumanism, which means more mixing of people and the digital world and technology,
5. Turning away from fossil fuels and from cars with combustion engines,
6. Changing our lifestyle, renouncing consumption,
7. Less property for citizens, more leasing, borrowing, renting,
8. More power for international organizations and cartels.
The words and deeds of the ruling politicians already show that they are following this agenda. This can be seen, for example, in the vehemence with which they are pushing the issue of climate change with all their might, declaring war on the traditional vehicle with its internal combustion engine, forcing governments to impose more international treaties and obligations, combating movements of state sovereignty as politically incorrect, allowing more surveillance and censorship, collecting more data from people and misusing it to control how citizens should live and eat.
The global elites want to secure their power, to save them through all possible crises. To do this, we citizens have to lose independence and freedom. That is what is required of us.
But there is one force that the elites fear. This is the people’s urge for freedom and sovereignty. This is what the elites are afraid of, just as they are afraid of elections that do not turn out the way they want them to. This was evident from the way they stirred up panic when Donald Trump was elected US President or the British voted for Brexit.
In principle, the question arises for all citizens: Do we want to let small cliques determine our future? In a democracy the answer should be clear: the future of the citizens is determined by the citizens.