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The World Economic Forum’s 'Great Reset' Agenda Explained

By KEEAN BEXTE March 7, 2022

“You’ll own nothing. And you’ll be happy.” This message from the WEF has spread so far that even apolitical people have heard it uttered or seen the WEF’s advertisement — which was subsequently taken down but survived on archives and Twitter.

While many are concerned with the Great Reset — which will be examined shortly — in actuality, the Great Reset primarily serves as an opportunistic means of utilizing an ongoing series of crises (whether manufactured or organic) to transition humanity into the Fourth Industrial Revolution. As such, we’ll start with ends then examine the means.

The Fourth Industrial Revolution

“Of the many diverse and fascinating challenges we face today, the most intense and important is how to understand and shape the new technology revolution, which entails nothing less than a transformation of humankind.”

Professor and WEF founder Klaus Schwab, The Fourth Industrial Revolution:

According to the WEF website, the Fourth Industrial Revolution “is characterized by a fusion of technologies that is blurring the lines between the physical, digital, and biological spheres.”

More specifically, it involves creating the infrastructure and technology for the Internet of Things (IoT) and Internet of Bodies (IoB). Proponents of this Revolution seek to create a system in which everyday appliances and even human bodies become manipulatable, data-generating nodes in a complex cybernetic nexus overseen by and integrated into overarching Artificial Intelligence networks through “data intermediaries” that are controlled by 'technocrats', central banks, increasingly centralized governments, mega-corporations, international organizations such as the WEF, UN, WHO, and various non-government organizations (NGOs).

Central to the Fourth Industrial Revolution is the creation of a global Digital ID, microchip implants, gene editing, designer babies, evermore intrusive smart devices, mRNA gene therapy for a rapidly expanding list of diseases, bionanotechnology, Artificial Intelligence and machine learning, and Elon Musk’s Neuralink.

The latter is described as “ultra-high bandwidth brain-machine interfaces to connect humans and computers,” while other implanted microchips will be used to interact with the Internet of Things.

Do you want to board a plane, enter a restaurant, or even open your fridge? ‘Scan your chip, please. And don’t mind the data you just unknowingly provided us on your real-life behavior.’

“The fourth industrial revolution is not only changing what we do but also who we are. The impact it will have on us as individuals is manifold, affecting our identity and its many related facets – our sense of privacy, our notions of ownership, our consumption patterns… It will influence how we meet people and nurture relationships, the hierarchies upon which we depend, our health, and maybe sooner than we think, it could lead to forms of human augmentation that cause us to question the very nature of human existence…”

“For all the reasons already mentioned, we are at the threshold of a radical systemic change that requires human beings to adapt continuously. As a result, we may witness an increasing degree of polarization in the world, marked by those who embrace change versus those who resist it” (Schwab 92).

Many will have heard the maxim ‘the Internet isn’t written in pencil; it’s written in Ink.’ With the development of Neuralink, this will also be true of all your thoughts and impulses. They will not be wholly private: