The world seems be lost in a never ending state of chaos and confusion. Division is becoming the end goal. Usually that nonsense calms down after presidential elections but it hasn’t. It has been snowballing since Trump ran for office! I knew politicians weren’t going to agree with him necessarily but for Pete’s sake! ENOUGH is enough.
The ongoing demand for control has to stem from something much deeper or someone that is directing the show from behind the red velvet curtain. Things are so out of hand, that they have forgotten who they are. FREE PEOPLE! FREE AMERICANS! FREEDOM US WHAT THIS COUNTRY WAS FOUNDED ON! WE ARE NOT A SOCIALIST COUNTY? So what is going on?
The Great Reset
Let’s look at The Great Reset that we all keep hearing about. Here’s a little bit of information on this new agenda that is not actually very new at all come to find out.
The Great Reset is the name of the 50th annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF), held in June 2020. It brought together high-profile business and political leaders, convened by Charles, Prince of Wales and the WEF, with the theme of rebuilding society and the economy following the COVID-19 pandemic.
WEF chief executive officer Klaus Schwab described three core components of the Great Reset:
International Monetary Fund director Kristalina Georgieva listed three key aspects of the sustainable response: green growth, smarter growth, and fairer growth.
1. the first involves creating conditions for a “stakeholder economy”;
2. the second component includes building in a more “resilient, equitable, and sustainable” way—based on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) metrics which would incorporate more green public infrastructure projects;
3. the third component is to “harness the innovations of the Fourth Industrial Revolution” for public good. In her keynote speech opening the dialogues,
The launch of The Great Reset
At the launch event for the Great Reset, Prince Charles listed key areas for action, similar to those listed in his Sustainable Markets Initiative, introduced in January 2020.
- rebalancing investments to include more (though not all) green investments, and encouraging green public infrastructure projects.
In June 2020, the theme of the January 2021 50th World Economic Forum Annual Meeting was announced as “The Great Reset”, connecting both in-person and online global leaders in Davos, Switzerland with a multi-stakeholder network in 400 cities around the world. The Great Reset was also to be the main theme of the WEF’s summit in Lucerne in May 2021, which was postponed to 2022.
The World Economic Forum generally suggests that a globalised world is best managed by a self-selected coalition of multinational corporations, governments and civil society organizations (CSOs). It sees periods of global instability – such as the financial crisis and the COVID-19 pandemic – as windows of opportunity to intensify its programmatic efforts. Some critics hence see the Great Reset as a continuation of the World Economic Forum’s strategy of focusing on connotated activist topics such as environmental protection and to disguise the organization’s true plutocratic goalssocial entrepreneurship
By mid-April 2020, against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic, the COVID-19 recession, the 2020 Russia–Saudi Arabia oil price war and the resulting “collapse in oil prices”, the former Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, described possible fundamental changes in an article in The Economist. Carney said that in a post-COVID world “stakeholder capitalism” will be tested as “companies will be judged by ‘what they did during the war,’ how they treated their employees, suppliers and customers, by who shared and who hoarded.” The “gulf between what markets value and what people value” will close.
In a post-COVID world, it is reasonable to expect that more people will want improvements in risk management, in social and medical safety nets, and will want more attention paid to scientific experts. This new hierarchy of values will call for a reset on the way we deal with climate change, which, like the pandemic, is a global phenomenon. No one can “self-isolate” from climate change so we all need to “act in advance and in solidarity”. In his 2020 BBC Reith Lectures, Carney developed his theme of value hierarchies as related to three crises—credit, COVID and climate.
According to a May 15, 2020 WEF article, COVID-19 offers an opportunity to “reset and reshape” the world in a way that is more aligned with the United Nations 2030
In June 2020, Klaus Schwab, who founded the World Economic Forum (WEF) in 1971 and is currently its CEO, described the three core components of the Great Reset.
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), as climate change, inequality and poverty gained even greater urgency during the pandemic.
This includes resetting labour markets, as more people work remotely speeding up the process of the “future of work”. The reset will advance work already begun to prepare for the transition to the Fourth Industrial Revolution by upskilling and reskilling workers. Another post-COVID concern raised by the WEF is food security including the “risk of disruptions to food supply chains”, and the need for “global policy coordination” to prevent “food protectionism from becoming the post-pandemic new normal.”.
In her June 3, 2020 keynote address opening the Great Reset forum, a joint initiative of the WEC and the Prince of Wales, Kristalina Georgieva, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said that there has been a “massive injection of fiscal stimulus to help countries deal with this crisis” and that it was of “paramount importance that this growth should lead to a greener, smarter, fairer world in the future”.
Georgieva listed three aspects of the Great Reset; green growth, smarter growth and fairer growth. Government investments and government incentives for private investors could “support low-carbon and climate-resilient growth” such as “planting mangroves, land restoration, reforestation or insulating buildings.” With low oil prices, the timing was right to eliminate fossil fuel subsidies and introduce carbon pricing to incentivize future investments. READ THAT AGAIN… INCENTIVE FOR FUTURE INVESTMENTS.
Are you getting the picture yet?
The COVID-19 pandemic presents an opportunity to shape an economic recovery and the future direction of global relations, economies and priorities.
- The first includes creating conditions for a “stakeholder economy“; improving policies and agreements on taxes, regulations, fiscal policies and trade to result in “fairer outcomes”.
- The second component addresses how the large-scale pandemic spending programs with private investments and pension funds could improve on the old system by building one that is more “resilient, equitable and sustainable” over the long term by “building green urban infrastructure and creating incentives for industries to improve their track record on environmental, social and governance (ESG) metrics”.
- The third component of a Great Reset agenda is to “harness the innovations of the Fourth Industrial Revolution” for the public good. A July 2020 non-fiction by Schwab and economist Thierry Malleret develops the plan in more detail.
In one of the Great Reset Dialogues, John Kerry and other members of a WEF dialogue discussed how to rebuild the “social contract” in a post-COVID world.
According to Prince Charles, the economic recovery must put the world on a path to sustainability, which would include carbon pricing. Prince Charles emphasized that the private sector would be the main drivers of the plan. The market should adapt to the current reality by aiming for fairer results, ensuring that investments are aimed at mutual progress including accelerating ecologically friendly investments, and to start a fourth industrial revolution, creating digital economic and public infrastructure. According to Klaus Schwab, they would not change the economic system, but rather improve it to what he considers to be “responsible capitalism”. HA!
Klaus SchwabGerman economist, founder of World Economic Forum
The Short Scoop on Klaus Martin Schwab
Schwab was born on 30 March 1938 and is a German engineer and economist best known as the founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum.
During the earlier years of his career, he served on a number of company boards, such as The Swatch Group, The Daily Mail Group, and Vontobel Holding. He is a former member of the steering committee of the Bilderberg Group
The Swiss radio and television corporation SRF mentioned the salary level of Klaus in the context of ongoing public contributions to the WEF and the fact that the Forum does not pay any federal taxes. Moreover, the former Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung journalist Jürgen Dunsch made the criticism that the WEF’s financial reports were not very transparent since neither income nor expenditure were broken down. I’m certain there are very good reasons for concerns about how he maintained his wealth over the years but that’s another dig for another day.
The Bilderberg Group Meetings are secret and by invitation only
The Bilderberg meeting (also known as the Bilderberg Group) is an annual conference established in 1954 to foster dialogue between Europe and North America. The group’s agenda, originally to prevent another world war, is now defined as bolstering a consensus around free market Western capitalism and its interests around the globe.
The conference was initiated by several people, including Polish politician-in-exile Józef Retinger who, concerned about the growth of anti-Americanism in Western Europe, proposed an international conference at which leaders from European countries and the United States would be brought together with the aim of promoting Atlanticism—better understanding between the cultures of the United States and Western Europe to foster cooperation on political, economic, and defense issues.
Participants include political leaders, experts from industry, finance, academia, and the media, numbering between 120 and 150. Attendees are entitled to use information gained at meetings, but not attribute it to a named speaker. This is to encourage candid debate, while maintaining privacy – a provision that has fed conspiracy theories from both the left and right.
In 2002 in Them: Adventures with Extremists, author Jon Ronson wrote that the group has a small central office in Holland [sic] which each year decides what country will host the forthcoming meeting. The host country then has to book an entire hotel for four days, plus arrange catering, transport and security. To fund this, the host solicits donations from sympathetic corporations such as Barclays, Fiat Automobiles, GlaxoSmithKline, Heinz, Nokia and Xerox.
List of the Bilderberg Group Meetings Participants from the United States
- Roger Altman (2008, 2013, 2016), Deputy Treasury Secretary from 1993 to 1994, Founder and Chairman of Evercore Partners
- George W. Ball (1954, 1993), Under Secretary of State 1961–1968, Ambassador to U.N. 1968 (deceased)
- Sandy Berger (1999), National Security Advisor, 1997–2001 (deceased)
- William J. Burns (2016), President, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
- Hillary Clinton (1997), First Lady of the US when attending, later 67th United States Secretary of State
- Thomas E. Donilon (2012), Executive Vice President for Law and Policy at Fannie Mae (1999–2005), National Security Advisor (2010–2013)
- Timothy Geithner (2008, 2009), Treasury Secretary
- Dick Gephardt (2012), former Congressman and House Majority Leader
- Christian Herter, (1961, 1963, 1964, 1966), 53rd United States Secretary of State (deceased)
- Charles Douglas Jackson (1957, 1958, 1960), Special Assistant to the President (deceased)
- Joseph E. Johnson (1954), President Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (deceased)
- Henry Kissinger (1957, 1964, 1966, 1971, 1974, 1977, 1992, 2008,2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2019), 56th United States Secretary of State
- Jared Cohen (2018, 2019), CEO, Jigsaw
- Jared Kushner (2019), Senior Advisor to the President, The White HouseMark G. Mazzie (1986, 1987), Chief of Staff,
- The Honorable George C. Wortley, U.S. House of Representatives.H.R. McMaster (2017), U.S. National Security Advisor, 2017–2018, and lieutenant general.
- Richard Perle (2011), Chairman of the Defense Policy Board Advisory Committee 2001–2003, United States Assistant Secretary of Defense 1981–1987
- David H. Petraeus (2015, 2016, 2019), Chairman, KKR Global Institute; 4th Director of the Central Intelligence AgencyCondoleezza Rice (2008), 66th United States Secretary of State
- Wilbur Ross (2017), United States Secretary of Commerce,
- 2017–Robert E. Rubin (2016), Co-Chair, Council on Foreign Relations
- George P. Shultz (2008), 60th United States Secretary of State
- Lawrence Summers, Director of the National Economic Council
- Paul Volcker (2010), Chair of the President’s Economic Recovery Advisory Board and Chairman of the Federal Reserve from 1979 to 1987 (deceased)
- Bing West (2010), author and former Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs
- Robert Zoellick (2008–2015), former Trade Representative, former Deputy Secretary of State and former President of the World Bank Group
- Tom Daschle (2008), Senator from South Dakota 1987–2005
- John Edwards (2004), Senator from North Carolina 1999–2005
- Lindsey Graham (2016), Senator from South Carolina 2003–present
- Chuck Hagel (1999, 2000), Senator from Nebraska 1997–2009, Secretary of Defense 2013–2015.
- John Kerry (2012), 68th United States Secretary of State and Senator from Massachusetts (1985–2013)
- Bill Clinton, then Governor of Arkansas (1991), President of the United States 1993–2001
- Mitch Daniels (2012) Governor of Indiana 2004–2013
- Jon Huntsman Jr. (2012), Governor of Utah 2005–2009
- John Hickenlooper (2018), Governor of Colorado 2011–2019
- Rick Perry (2007), Governor of Texas 2000–2015
- Mark Sanford (2008), Governor of South Carolina 2003–2011
- Kathleen Sebelius (2008), Governor of Kansas 2003–2009, Secretary of Health and Human Services 2009–2014.
- Mark Warner (2005), Governor of Virginia 2002–2006, Senator from Virginia assumed office 3 January 2009
Concerns about lobbying have arisen.
Ian Richardson sees Bilderberg as the transnational power elite, “an integral, and to some extent critical, part of the existing system of global governance”, that is “not acting in the interests of the whole”. An article in The Guardian in June 2017 criticized the world view expressed in an agenda published by the Bilderberg group.
This should give you a general idea of what the Bilderberg Group is about but if you want to further your knowledge you can read more about the them, their meetings, goals and activities on their website at https://www.bilderbergmeetings.org
For a list of their FAQ’s go here
- Bohemian Club
- Chatham House (The Royal Institute of International Affairs)
- Council on Foreign Relations
- Le Cercle
- List of Bilderberg participants
- Transnational capitalist class
- Trilateral Commission
- Valdai Discussion Club
- World Economic Foru
WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM (WEF)
In the view of some critics, the WEF is exercising too much influence on global systems and institutions. The picture shows George Soros during a Davos session on redesigning the international monetary system.
This brings me to the Plandemic
Since these “Globalist” seemed to be so concerned about the all of us normal folks and managed to sling trillions and trillions of money around like it grew on tree’s… Just who were the winners from lockdown nation?
And now that we have actual evidence of collateral damage from the lockdowns around the world why is almost the entire world protesting and demanding freedom? Why are we all in a bad way still and having such a difficult time getting back to normal? One would think that the current gas prices, food shortages in certain areas and the overall economic crisis would persuade even those on the far left who generally support the heavy hand of government to take a look around and question the people in power that are controlling the pathetic narrative. It would be apparent to a first grader they are all about complete control.
Big businesses scored a “$1.4 trillion payday” during the pandemic. Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google and Microsoft increased their profits by 45% last year. “Wow, bring back more pandemics!” they must be shouting around the boardroom table.
Shutting down the economy hurt the poor the most and vastly widened the chasm between rich and poor. Lockdowns squashed small startup businesses, hurt low-income workers whose jobs were first in line to be destroyed, and devastated educational advances of children in the worst school districts.
For example, we have learned that high-achieving children did fine with remote learning. However, those who scored below average in school performance or from low-income families without computer skills tended to tune out and shut down online lessons completely. We know from teachers that as many as one-third of children rarely, if ever, even turned on a computer during the lockdowns. The long-term educational setbacks for these children as they grow to adult age could be devastating.
It’s not rocket science to figure out that the wealthy got wealthier! So, Just who were the BIG winners from lockdown nation? Let’s start with the corporate titans: Walmart, Google, Amazon, Walgreens, Apple, McDonald’s, Pfizer, Goldman Sachs, etc. THEY’ were rewarded with the designation of “essential” by the politicians. Their doors stayed open. They raked in dollars by the millions.
You can find all the information you need to confirm these facts. For instance there was is a headline from MarketWatch earlier this month: “Big Tech’s pandemic year produces mind-boggling financial results.” There was also was this nugget from the front page of The New York Times: “Wealth inequality is the highest since World War II.” George Soros, Bill Gates and Warren Buffett won the lottery.
I’m usually not a Big Tech or Big Pharma basher and actually like to see the stock market rise. It means people are making money. If these corporations make great products or can sell valuable services that people need, I am all for it! Yay for capitalism. Everyone’s happy.
But within the case of of our current situation, we see the hypocrisy of the left in the media shining big and bright. The left denounces inequality, but it embraces the policies that allow the uneven playing field. The entire situation baffles me to the core.
History lessons keep repeating Thema. They are like a skip on a vinyl record. Why on earth would anyone want to relive these deliberately concocted scenerios ridden with fear and oppression? What happened to faith in personal judgment. Big government creates economic unfairness. It never solves it.. When will people turn off the TV and stop believing the propaganda and LIVE LIFE?