Last year, the founder of the World Economic Forum, Klaus Schwab (also known as an afore unmentioned villain in the Batman universe) claimed that 2022 will be the year of the Great Reset. But what then?
Given you’re a big fan of the Great Reset so far, I have exciting news for you: From the makers of “The Great Reset” comes an even bigger, more monumental, and ever more life-changing masterpiece: The Great Narrative. And boy, are you going to love that defining “Great Narrative” you will likely have to live with for the rest of your lives.
It’s like in chess: First, you strategically position your pieces and when the timing is right, you strike. To make sure that you will not be caught unexpected, I’m going to show you three things that are on the horizon for the coming year or are already being implemented or felt as you are reading this — depends on where in the world you’re currently at.
The Great Reset is an agenda which has been created by the World Economic Forum based on the UN’s “Agenda 21” in order to “reset” our entire global economy and politics to be controlled by a centralized government with the tag line “You will own nothing, and you will be happy”.
But the Great Reset is merely the vehicle that is utilized to turn the world into following the afore mentioned “Great Narrative”. However, what is this Great Narrative? The World Economic Forum describes it on their website as follows:
The Great Narrative meeting is a linchpin of the Great Narrative initiative, a collaborative effort of the world’s leading thinkers to fashion longer-term perspectives and co-create a narrative that can help guide the creation of a more resilient, inclusive and sustainable vision for our collective future.
It continues on to promote the “reflections” of these unelected and self-proclaimed “world’s leading thinkers” being shared in a book that was released in January 2022 that you can find here.
According to the WEF, the Great Narrative is a how-to guide in terms of how the Great Reset will be implemented — from their perspective at least. My perspective is a little different.