Our life and our society should change. The World Economic Forum wants to make this a topic at its meetings in 2021. The corona crisis marks the start of a great new beginning that elites are planning without letting the citizens participate in the decision-making process.
The World Economic Forum unveiled a preview of its agenda for Davos 2021.
The meeting of the world’s political and corporate elites will be a digital event due to the Corona situation.
In the mainstream media, many critics from the conservative camp were ridiculed for warning that the “Great Reset” was a major undertaking to change society, the economy and our lives in a sustainable and radical manner. It was said to be a conspiracy theory. But the topic has long been official.
The globalists openly admit that they are taking advantage of the corona crisis to initiate the “great reset”.
The announcement states:
“The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated that no institution or individual alone can address the economic, environmental, social and technological challenges of our complex, interdependent world. The pandemic itself will not transform the world, but it has accelerated systemic changes that were apparent before its inception. The fault lines that emerged in 2020 now appear as critical crossroads in 2021. The time to rebuild trust and to make crucial choices is fast approaching as the need to reset priorities and the urgency to reform systems grow stronger around the world. The Davos Agenda will also mark the launch of the World Economic Forum’s Great Reset Initiative and begin the preparation of the Special Annual Meeting in the spring.”
One of the goals of the “Great Reset” is a complete change in our way of life and society. It’s about the Industrial Revolution 4.0, about transhumanism, which connects people and the digital world, about the connection of large corporations and states in the control of global trends, about the detachment from fossil energy sources, about reforms of industrial standards, about new clarifications of property relations ( less ownership, more leasing, borrowing, renting), changing our eating habits (turning away from meat), more control and monitoring for global control and many other topics that should change our lives in the long term.
But nobody asked the citizens. It is alien to the people of the World Economic Forum that important decisions should pass through a democratic discourse. They think they can lead the way for humanity. So much for their understanding of democracy.