At the Netherland House of Representatives (Tweede Kamer), conservative MP Gideon van Meijeren unmasks Deputy Prime Minister Mark Rutte as a Globalist. In what is being called an epic confrontation, the Forum for Democracy Member of Parliament left Rutte humiliated after exposing his lies about the ‘Great Reset.’
Van Meijeren asked the Deputy Prime Minister what he thinks of the book ‘COVID-19: The Great Reset’. Rutte immediately retorts with, “I don’t know that book” and accuses the politician of pushing conspiracy theories. Van Meijeren is surprised at his response since he has a letter in his hands in which Rutte thanks the author of the book and founder of the World Economic Forum, Klaus Schwab, for sending it. The Deputy Prime Minister even praises Schwab’s Globalist manifesto, which he pretends he never read.
In Rutte’s letter dated November 26, 2020, he called the theories in the book, which call for, among other things, the abolition of private property and democracy, a hopeful analysis for a better future. As previously reported at RAIR Foundation USA, The ‘Great Reset’ is a globalist plot to remake the world’s economy. The vehicle for the Great Reset is, of course, the coronavirus.
Van Meijeren questions why the Deputy PM would write a letter of praise if he never read the book. Rutte replies that it was just ‘a nice letter’ and that you ‘cannot read every book cover to cover.’ Van Meijeren pushes back and ponders whether the Prime Minister is lying to him or Klaus Schwab,
Well, then, the Prime Minister is saying he didn’t lie to me, but to Mr. Klaus Schwab. But then let me ask the question directly here, Mr. Klaus Schwab, who argues in his book for resetting our world, to replace our national parliamentary democracy with a global technocracy, and he argues for an end to private property. So Mr. Rutte is apparently not even aware that he has called this a hopeful message for a better future. How is it possible for Mr. Rutte to attach a value judgment to a book with a neo-Communist message, when he has not even read that book?
Although Rutte pretends he did not read Klaus Schwab’s “Great Reset” book, he admits to Van Meijeren he read a different book by the author, The Fourth Industrial Revolution. Rutte praises the book stating, “I like that one very much.”
This equally dangerous book declares that a main element of the “reset” will be the so-called “Fourth Industrial Revolution.” In statements about his book, Schwab explained this means: merging man with machines. “What the Fourth Industrial Revolution will lead to is a fusion of our physical, digital, and biological identity”:
Watch the following stunning video of Mr. van Meijeren confronting the mendacious Prime Minister Mark Rutte:
Please go ahead. MP Gideon van Meijeren —Thank you, Chairwoman. Chairwoman, more and more people are seeing that it is a big lie that the current Corona measures are meant to protect public health. This begs the question: why are all these awful measures being implemented that change our entire way of living, destroy our entire society? Now, there are a couple of influential globalists, who according to their own words, view the Corona crisis as a huge opportunity to “reset” our world. It means they have a perverse incentive to make this last longer. One of those globalists is Klaus Schwab, founder and chairman of the World Economic Forum (WEF). He has also written a book with the catchy title: COVID-19 — The Great Reset. So my question to the demissioned Prime Minister is: How does he judge the content of this book? The Prime Minister —I don’t know the book, Madame Chairwoman. However, I’d like to advise Mr. van Meijeren not to go too much into all those conspiracy theories. I watch them on YouTube as well and I think it’s fascinating how they explain that 9/11 didn’t happen or that it’s all different. All put together very nicely, but usually it is what it is, a conspiracy theory. Mr. van Meijeren. It’s surprising to me that the first question I ask Mr. Rutte since I’ve been instated… For which I congratulate you. —Thank you, but it surprises me that the first question is answered with a lie, because I’m holding a letter here, dated November 26, 2020. This is a letter from Mr. Rutte to Mr. Klaus Schwab in which he thanks him for sending the book and calls it a hopeful analysis for a better future. Would Mr. Rutte like to rummage through his memories? It’s not more than six months ago. I don’t know how long your memories stay active, but it is probably still possible to dig this up, in order to answer my first question once again, but this time honestly, please. Well, the honest answer is that that is a “nice” letter. One in which you, although you can’t read every book cover to cover, but still make a kind reply to the sender. Well, then, the Prime Minister is saying he didn’t lie to me, but to Mr. Klaus Schwab. But then let me ask the question directly here, Mr. Klaus Schwab, who argues in his book for resetting our world, to replace our national parliamentary democracy with a global technocracy, and he argues for an end to private property. So Mr. Rutte is apparently not even aware that he has called this a hopeful message for a better future. How is it possible for Mr. Rutte to attach a value judgment to a book with a neo-Communist message, when he has not even read that book? Thank you. The Prime Minister. Yes, Klaus Schwab is founder of the World Economic Forum. The man has spent his entire life in service to bringing together the private sector, politics, NGOs in order to create a dialogue on how to move this world forward. I have the utmost respect for him. I don’t agree with him on everything. I did read another book of his, about the fourth industrial revolution. I liked that one very much, but not this book. So yes, personally I have great respect for Professor Klaus Schwab And his life’s work with the World Economic Forum, which I think is of great importance as a platform to meet each other and where also many young people get a chance to confront the big issues concerning climate and environmental transitions and energy transitions, including how we can set up our future industry well. Discussions take place in full transparency for everyone to see. So there’s no reason to doubt the intentions of Klaus Schwab. — Mr. van Meijeren. Well, to conclude, because I would also like to make an interjection to outgoing Minister de Jonge next. I think it would be nice if Mr. Rutte would just send a correction to Klaus Schwab stating that he does not think that his book offers a hopeful message for a better future, that he has not read it and that he doesn’t think it is a good book, as he has stated in his last comment. Surely that seems the least we can expect from an honest Prime Minister. I thought I would leave that for a moment before speaking in the Tweede Kamer debate following the football match. So that it’ll be fine.