The World Economic Forum has long been a suspicious global organization that includes over 1,000 companies who meet annually in Switzerland to discuss their plans for a "global redesign." At the G20 Summit this month, WEF founder and chairman Klaus Schwab talked about a future that includes "a deep systemic and structural restructuring of our world."
The World Economic Forum was founded in the 1970s by Klaus Schwab, German engineer and economist who has been recorded saying some pretty wacky things on camera in the past. During the height of the coronavirus pandemic, Schwab promoted the Great Reset, which is a coordinated effort to completely restructure the world and "remodel the global economy." Schwab insisted that the Great Reset will "solve a fundamental lack of social cohesion." At the 2022 G20 Summit currently taking place in Bali, Schwab gave a speech that only added to his desire for a complete reset of the world.
World Economic Forum Chairman Klaus Schwab Announces His Plans for a "Deep Systemic and Structural Restructuring of Our World" at the G20 Summit
The G20 (Group of Twenty) Summit is an annual conference that claims to bring together the world's major economies. The members of the G20 group account for more than 80% of the world GDP and 75% of global trade. Countries in attendance include Germany, Australia, Brazil, Mexico, Italy, Japan, the United States, Canada, China, and more. The 2022 event takes place November 15-16.
Schwab gave a speech at the event in which he called for a structural reset of the entire world, using language that sounds very similar to what he has said previously about the Great Reset. He spoke of "an economic, political, social and ecological and institutional crisis," which only opens the door for him to address something even more important.
"But actually what we have to confront is a deep systemic and structural restructuring of our world," he says. "And this will take some time. And the world will look differently after we have gone through this transition process."
"Politically, the driving forces for this political transformation, of course, is the transition into a multi poly-world which has the tendency to make our world much more fragmented. For these reasons, events like this one, the G20, and so on, are the very important connectors."
It's difficult to say what "multi poly-world" means, but it sounds very WEF. The organization has been raising concerns for quite some time about its goals, especially with its phrase, "You'll own nothing, and you'll be happy." This saying was tweeted by the WEF back in 2016, reminding everyone of the Communist Manifesto that forces everyone to surrender everything to the state in order to allow the government to control everything. Of course, this is nothing new. We've seen this scenario play out in Mao's "The Great Leap Forward," which killed millions and ushered in a brand new Chinese culture, as well as the Bolshevik Revolution, Russia's Great Reset that also killed millions.
Earlier this year at the WEF's annual meeting in Switzerland, J. Michael Evans, president of the Alibaba Group, a Chinese multinational technology company specializing in e-commerce, retail, and technology, spoke about a tracker that will document people's every move. How communist indeed.
"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."
Of course it's wrapped up in a bow of fighting climate change, but it's really nothing more than another reason to spy on our each and every move and collect all our data. We aren't privy to the rest of Schwab's speech at the G20 Summit, but that clip is enough to know that the WEF doesn't plan to slow down anytime soon with their plans to reset the entire global economy, make us eat bugs, and take away all our private property.