Written by: Dale Hurd
Article source: www.charismanews.com

This will be your future if some powerful people at the World Economic Forum get their way: You’ll own nothing and “be happy about it.”

Energy will be green, rationed and expensive, and travel will be restricted.

Your diet will be controlled, and currency will be digital.

This left-wing dystopian dream is called the Great Reset, and you’re supposed to be excited about it.

The Great Reset has been labeled a conspiracy theory, and parts of it sound like a conspiracy theory, but everything we know about it comes from the global elites themselves, who have been quite open about it.

“This is not a conspiracy theory. This is a well-documented movement among many of the world’s most powerful people,” said Justin Haskins, the editorial director at The Heartland Institute and a leading authority on the Great Reset. “Fundamentally, this is a radical and complete transformation of everything that we do in our society. It will change the way businesses are evaluated; it will coerce businesses to pursue left-wing causes.”

The Great Reset was unveiled at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, where many of the world’s most powerful people go to offer solutions to the world’s problems. They have said that the coronavirus pandemic as a historic opportunity to change the way the world operates.

A World Economic Forum video warns, “Right now we’re facing a crisis of international proportions. It’s going to have a long-term impact on us.”

And their solution is essentially global socialism. Think of the Green New Deal combined with the COVID-19 lockdown restrictions and throw in something called the Fourth Industrial Revolution, in which technology is supposed to radically change the way we live and work.

Klaus Schwab, founder of the World Economic Forum, said the Fourth Industrial Revolution will lead to “… a fusion of our physical, our digital and our biological identities.”

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Date published: 29/12/2020
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