Why I Wanted to Tell the World about The World Economic Forum
The last two years have been challenging for all of us. It started with the Covid-19 panic of March 2020; It continues with the Ukraine/Russian panic of today. Since early 2020, the narrative of the world has been one of pending doom and destruction. The levels of distrust in vested institutions are at an all time high. The division between those “in line” with the establishment narrative and those who “question” the establishment narrative is wider than ever. Institutions and histories, once revered and trusted, are being dismantled in the name of post-modern revisionism. The family unit, once the staple of society, is being destroyed by beta dads, activist moms, and rebellious children brainwashed by Marxist teachers. Who’s to blame? The World Economic Forum is to blame; moreover, those behind The World Economic Forum are to blame.
The World Economic Forum is an elitist organization that meets at Davos, Switzerland every year to discuss plans to usher in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Their mantra: “You will own nothing and be happy!” has become the motto of the resistance. To the plebs, owning nothing means renting everything from homes to clothes. Klaus Schwab, CEO of the WEF, calls this a circular economy. Let’s put this into the perspective of home ownership. Gone would be the days when a married couple would be able to buy a house to start a family. The equity in their house would no longer belong to them nor their children. Generational wealth would become a thing of the past. Who would own their house? Companies would take the place of families, as homeowners, in order to create a bigger profit margin for their stakeholders. The WEF would usher in a new era of neo-feudalism for the masses. The WEF calls this plan the “ The Great Reset.” The Great Reset, the plan to overhaul how the world economy works by 2030.
Over the next year, I will be investigating multiple aspects of The World Economic Forum from an academic point of view. I’m not going to make fun of Klaus Schwab. I’m not going to approach my research from a religious perspective. I want to dig deep and find how this will affect us all in the future. I want to connect where all of this has been building from, where is it now, and where it’s headed. I’m not doing this for myself. I’m doing this for my children and my grandchildren. I want them to be able to live in a world where they have privacy and freedom, free from technological tyranny and oppressive bureaucracy. I hope you will join me on this journey.