Do not be deceived by the smooth rhetoric and slippery words of the World Economic Forum (WEF). The Great Reset is not an exciting opportunity, it’s not a chance to change our world for the better, and it’s not a desirable upgrade from our current economic system.
Instead, the Great Reset is The Abolition of Man.
On the surface, this agenda might seem harmless and innocent. The WEF’s website highlights three main components of the Great Reset:*
Fairness—“…governments should improve coordination…upgrade trade arrangements, and create the conditions for a “stakeholder economy” in order to steer the market towards fairer outcomes.
Equity and Equality—“… governments should implement long-overdue reforms that promote more equitable outcomes…these may include changes to wealth taxes, the withdrawal of fossil-fuel subsidies, and new rules governing intellectual property, trade, and competition.”
Public Good—“…a Great Reset agenda [must] harness the innovations of the Fourth Industrial Revolution to support the public good, especially by addressing health and social challenges.”
However, tyranny is always innocent at first. It comes to us in Pandora’s box, but is filled with cruelty and suffering. Look at the WEF’s proposed “stakeholder economy.”** It’s an economy where all of us have control over what, for example, a power plant does, because the power plant produces emissions we breathe in.
“Well, that sounds equitable and fair!” one might reply.
But it’s not equitable and fair. Instead, such a system is communist and contemptible.
Enabling non-shareholders to decide what a private company does, “stakeholder economies” operate with the presumption that “everyone owns everything.” But an economy where “everyone owns everything” is an economy where no one owns anything. And an economy where no one owns anything is a communist economy—starving, monotonous, desolate.
“Then why are leaders like Klaus Schwab and Ursula von der Leyen promoting such a horrible system?”
Part of the human adventure is conquering nature. We couldn’t fly, so we built airplanes to conquer the skies. We were plagued with illness, so we created antibiotics to conquer bacteria. We needed more food, so we invented nitrogen fertilizer to conquer hunger.
But Klaus Schwab and his gang of Great Resetters think one more aspect of nature needs to be conquered: human nature. Indeed, the longer one studies the Great Reset, the more he realizes it's meant to completely reshape, not only human society, but humanity itself.
To accomplish this mammoth task, Schwab and his followers emancipated themselves from the rule of law. They did so because, in order to reshape mankind, they must become the law itself.
However, we need the law to instruct us how to act human. It’s human to help a poor man cross the street because the law tells us to be selfless and kind. It’s inhuman, viciously cruel, and despicable, to violently assault our neighbour because the law explicitly condemns such action.
But if men and women like Klaus Schwab and Ursula von der Leyen excuse themselves from law, what tells them what to do? They cannot justify their mission on the grounds of kindness, because only the law (the same law they disregard) tells them (and us) to be kind.*`
Thus, the only thing these rulers of the Great Reset have guiding their actions is their emotion, instinct, mood, and random chance. In a twist of paradox, their lust to conquer human nature means their own (now-unbridled) human nature, with all its rage, unpredictability, coldness, and lack of empathy or mercy, has conquered them. Thus, the deadly danger with the Great Reset is not so much that it forces us to be ruled by evil men and women (though indeed they are evil), but rather, it forces us to be ruled by beings who are no longer human at all.
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*` The final two paragraphs are influenced by CH.3 of The Abolition of Man, by C.S. Lewis.