The Great Reset

the great reset

The term ‘The Great Reset’ is being used incessantly – but what is it other than a catchy phrase?

The Great Reset

Klaus Schwab, founder and CEO of The World Economic Forum (amongst many others), uses ‘The Great Reset’ during (what they perceive as) a window of opportunity to take the Human race in a new direction.

On May 15, 2020, in a WEF article, it said that COVID-19 offers an opportunity to “reset and reshape” the world in a way that is more aligned with the United Nations 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), as climate change, inequality and poverty gained even greater urgency during the pandemic.

The issue is where this new direction is leading. And is there a way of ‘opting out’? Because if not, we need to question our freedoms and whether our liberties have been hoodwinked. There are almost 8 billion people on the planet, and this room full of people seem to know what is best for them all.

In reality – ‘The Great Reset’ is a nice-sounding name for their utopia idea, without any democratic process and input from the public. Some vast organisations fund the World Economic Forum with a wide opportunity for corruption – such as The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for example.


You’ll Own Nothing, And You’ll Be Happy.

As you can imagine, when a wealthy elite market a proposition by telling you that – ‘you’ll own nothing, and you’ll be happy’, the pauper class tend to have a problem with that. These people, who quite obviously think quite a lot of themselves, are using this turn of phrase as a perceived benefit of a future with no private ownership. You can read more here. 

Once again, it seems like these self-absorbed elite think they know what is best for you without having any say in the matter.

This is a basic explanation and example of ‘The Great Reset’. Take a look at the WEF’s site and see for yourself with their ‘strategic intelligence’. As ever, the benefits are in plain sight – question the purpose behind these so-called ‘positive actions’.