Self-anointed elitists are seeking to impose their dictatorial will on the planet through what is referred to as the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) “Great Reset“, a literal globalist plot to remake the world’s economy. As with all leftist experiments, the actual details of their ultimate socialist vision are vague. The vehicle for the Great Reset is, of course, the coronavirus.
The World Economic Forum was founded by globalist Klaus Schwab and his wife Hilde in 1971 as the “European Management Forum.” If the creepiness component of the WEF is unclear, consider that they keep trying to get people used to the idea of eating bugs in order to save the planet, or something. The WEF is well known for their annual meeting of the “global hyper-elite” at Davos, an alpine resort town in Switzerland.
It was at one of these meetings that a must-see, jaw-dropping panel discussion titled “Delivering Social Justice in the Recovery” took place. Moderated by Washington Post Foreign Affairs Columnist Ishaan Tharoor, the discussion encompassed several terrifying key concepts globalist fascists are promoting within their self-important circles. The key themes for reshaping the global economy, i.e., the “Great Reset” in a post-pandemic world, include harping on so-called “stakeholder capitalism” (i.e. socialism), “inequality,” (i.e. class war) and “white supremacy.”
The video starts with a disturbing montage featuring such figures as radical leftist economist Joseph Stiglitz, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Anthony Fauci, preaching to the world’s citizens about “systemic social inequities”.
As an aside, Joseph Stiglitz trashed President Donald Trump earlier this year, and questioned the limits of “freedom of expression” stating in part: “We must reconcile freedom of expression with accountability for the enormous harm that ‘social media’ can and has caused, from inciting violence and promoting racial and religious hatred to political manipulation.”
Panelists included Mayor of London Sadiq Khan, Anisa Kamadoli Costa, Chairman and President of the Tiffany & Co Foundation, Darren Walker, President of the Ford Foundation and Gabriela Bucher, Executive Director of Oxfam International.
Ishaan Tharoor referred to Oxfam International as a “town crier among the global elites” for their annual class war report, (this year’s mind-numbing “report” is called The Inequality Virus). Note that the phrase “white supremacy” can be found seven times in the report, as one of the drivers of “inequality”. This is a common theme thoughout the discussion.
Oxfam Executive Director Gabriela Bucher stated in part:
“Many of us think of inequality as something just for idealists or an inconvenience to the serious business of capitalism. Oxfam’s message is that equality is a fresh, moral and serious framework that can reshape the way we run our economies for the 21st century.” [emphasis added]
Sadiq Khan agreed, stating that the coronavirus should be used as “an opportunity to reset and reboot our economies across the globe”.
Khan also referenced installed president Joe Biden while referencing the “Build Back Better” campaign:
“And Ishaan, you’ll hear phrases like ‘Build Back Better’ being used not just by the new president of the USA – I can actually smile when I say ‘President of the USA’ now, rather than frown or, or be intimidated into cowering – but actually means a ‘new normal’ – a ‘new normal’ where we’ll have a just recovery. And I hate using the word ‘opportunity’ when it comes to a global pandemic, but Gabriela [Bucher] is spot on – we’ve got to use this pandemic as an opportunity to reset, and in your word, ‘reboot,’ our economies across the globe, and that means not just for government but also civic society, the business community, the faith community and others, to work together to address the inequalities we have talked about for too many years”
Darren Walker of The Ford Foundation
Many thoughtful citizens around the world are familiar with the destructive “philanthropy” of George Soros’ Open Society Foundations. However, many are not aware that Soros is just one of many elitists making it their mission to globally “redistribute the wealth” in a post-pandemic world.
The Ford Foundation, headed by Darren Walker, is one of the wealthiest social justice funding platforms, boasting an endowment of $14 billion. The Ford Foundation and Open Societies Foundations are both members of the “Forge Collective,” which, according to their website:
“…will support community-led and civil society organizations, workers’ rights groups and social movements that work with those most impacted by the economic fallout of Covid-19, while advancing systemic change to shift the economy in a more just and sustainable direction.” [emphasis added]
Open Societies Foundations and the Ford Foundation are two drops in a large pond of leftist grant-making organizations, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), and local and federal governments who squander their citizens’ taxes by diverting money to leftist cronies.
Darren Walker, a millionaire himself, declares that “we must intentionally put a nail in the coffin of the ideology of the last fifty years propagated first and foremost by Milton Friedman…” Milton Friedman believed in economic freedom versus the welfare state, or economic dependency promoted by leftists. Further, Walker targeted “white supremacy,” claiming:
“We must recognize that the challenge of white supremacy…is real. Patriarchy is real in our capitalist systems. And if we want a more just recovery, we have to acknowledge that there was a…’B.C.’ world: Before Coronavirus…”
The “B.C.” world, Walker declares, “is over.” Walker contends that “…many of the norms and structures and understandings” of the world before the coronavirus “must be reorganized, reimagined, and dismantled.” Walker declares that “the issue of white supremacy, of patriarchy, must be acknowledged in the boardroom as part of a diagnosis of recovery…”
As usual, those who preach the most about “democracy” are most likely to attempt to seize control by force. They are not elected to remake the world into their vague, grand utopian vision, yet that is precisely what they are attempting to do.
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