Why the Great Reset is Anything But Great, Part 2

The Great Reset means more government, more regulation, and more sustainability and socially acceptable investment by governments. But that’s not whats best for the people.

Yesterday, we wrote about the World Economic Forum (WEF) using COVID-19 to push through their agenda for a Great Reset, which when you dig below the surface is double-talk for a plan to implement socialism.  If you have not yet read it, we discuss why they want things to be “fair.” The WEF’s idea of “fair” is similar to that of communism, meaning everyone is equal, even if they are equally poor, equally hungry, and equally powerless.

Today, we’ll look at the second pillar of the great reset which the WEF says will “Ensure that investments advance shared goals, such as equality and sustainability.…to create a new (system) that is more resilient, equitable, and sustainable in the long run. This means, for example, building “green” urban infrastructure and creating incentives for industries to improve their track record on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) metrics.”

This is simply a fancy way of saying that governments should make investments not in roads and bridges, military and defense spending, or courts and justice, but in environmentally-friendly, politically correct, socially acceptable causes.  (Acceptable to whom, you may ask?  Acceptable to the socialists and the elite.)  They want to build a “better society.”  Better for whom? 

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Why the Great Reset is Anything But Great, Part 1

The World Economic Forum wants to take advantage of COVID-19 to change the world — and not for the better

Today we are going to take a break for COVID-19 coverage and talk about something that is only tangentially related: the World Economic Forum’s Great Reset plan.

According to their website, “The World Economic Forum (WEF)is the International Organization for Public-Private Cooperation.   The Forum engages the foremost political, business, cultural and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas.

In other words, every year a bunch of rich and powerful people get together in Davos, Switzerland, to try to influence a bunch of politicians who themselves want to be rich and powerful one day and try to achieve that goal by sucking up to those who already are.

This year, the WEF proposed taking advantage of the disruption caused by COVID-19 to implement the “Great Reset.”  Or as their Executive Chairman said, “The pandemic represents a rare by narrow window of opportunity to reflect, reimagine, and reset our world.”

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