The World Economic Forum Suggests Handing Out An "Individual Carbon Footprint Tracker" To Monitor Your Every Move, From Where You Travel To What You Eat

The World Economic Forum's annual meeting is taking place in Davos, Switzerland. The theme this year is "History at a Turning Point: Government Policies and Business Strategies."

By Gina Florio2 min read

The WEF has long been a shady globalist organization that recently made a push for The Great Reset, an initiative that arose out of the coronavirus pandemic and seeks to reset the whole global economy by replacing the free market with socialistic policies, wealth taxes, and global regulations that involve many more government programs. It's not surprising that there this year's WEF meeting includes discussions of some truly disturbing developments.

An "Individual Carbon Footprint Tracker" Is Being Discussed

There are various global leaders and politicians that speak at the annual WEF meeting. One of those people is J. Michael Evans, the president of the Alibaba Group, a Chinese multinational technology company specializing in e-commerce, retail, and technology. He discussed the possibility of handing out a tracker that will keep tabs on your each and every move—all in the name of environmentalism, of course.

"We're developing, through technology, an ability for consumers to measure their own carbon footprint," Evans said. "What does that mean? That's where are they traveling, how are they traveling, what are they eating, what are they consuming... so individual carbon footprint tracker."

"Stay tuned, we don't have it operational yet but this is something that we're working on," he added.

Evans makes it sound like this development is for our own good, as if it's something that will make our life better. But anyone with a fully functioning brain should be skeptical of the type of technology that will allow the government and world organizations to keep track of our each and every move. In fact, the prospect of this should disturb us.

This isn't even the first time that we've heard this kind of talk from the WEF. In 2016, Klaus Schwab, executive chairman of the WEF, was thrilled about the idea of implanting a microchip in everybody by the time 2026 rolls around.

"At first we will implant them in our clothes, and then we could imagine that we will implant them in our brains, or in our skin," he said. "There will be a direct communication between our brain and the digital world." He adds that the goal is "a kind of fusion of the physical, digital, and biological world." How about no?

It's doubtful that this kinds of totalitarian talk will slow down anytime soon with the WEF. This organization is hell bent on exercising control and power over citizens around the world through technology, all the while gaslighting us to make us think that it's for our own good.

While the development of technology has saved millions of lives breakthroughs, inventions, and treatments, there comes a time when we must draw the line and acknowledge that some technology is better left alone. There is hardly ever a scenario where surrendering over all of your life's details to global superpowers is a good thing, no matter how much they try to spin it in terms of environmentalism. In fact, when you look at the most destructive communist regimes, such as North Korea, one of the first things they develop is a system in which the dictator's regime can keep track of everything you do, say, and wear. We must avoid this tyrannical fate at all costs.