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The Not So Great Reset

If you have been following the World Economic Forum, you would have noticed there Davos Agenda or the Great Reset. It delivers a lot of great promises to help the economy prosper financially and develop the future generations in a more tech based world but there are some very concerning cons to this Great Reset initiative as of the following:


- "You'll own nothing and you'll be happy" is one of their goals for a tech filled society by 2030. Everything will be digital and no one will need physical objects. However this seemingly environmentally friendly and tech guru step in society may not be as attractive as it sounds. No one will truly own anything except for the governments and people of high standing. This type of society may in fact exclude people who are financially hurt, homeless, or restricted by religious belief.


- A globally shared enterprise is another goal of the Great Reset to address the equal distribution of wealth to all nations and not just the top dogs. While it seems to promise a future of no poverty it might end up the exact opposite- global poverty. With the wrong people in the World Economic Forum the whole world could be turned upside down with globalists pushing their own agenda.


- Transhumanism and the rise of AI: Recently, Elon Musk announced he would begin testing of microchips in people’s foreheads later this year. Already, places like Finland and China have administered hundreds of thousands of RFID chips into people’s hands. This has caused a major stir among religious people and scientists concerned about the ethics and safety of such a practice. Biotechnology continues to remain and will get even more controversial as advances in technology are made especially with things related to human-animal hybrids, superhuman technology, and the download of consciousness. The Great Reset pushes this tech centered world agenda making the world susceptible to a group of hackers who could control mass populations by terrorizing the human grid.


- “Prepare for an angrier world” were the words that Klaus Schwab gave when he was on CNBC last year addressing the Great Reset. Is it fair that the rich people of the World Economic Forum control the way governments are run and people live their lives? Many WEF members have stressed the need to rethink capitalism, get rid of the status quo, and revamp the curriculum that is taught in school in order to fit a tech world. But in the ambitious endeavor by the WEF to fight climate change and embrace tech will they accidently push away mental health and family? There will be clear rejection of the Great Reset but by 2030 things are looking near dystopian.


- Do the people who lead the World Economic Forum count as part of the globalist elite? Klaus Schwab’s net worth is at a whopping 61 billion dollars. As well as other big elite names like Bill Gates, Angela Merkel, and Xi JInping, companies like Bank of America, Citi, Goldman Sachs, and other mass banks participate yearly in every WEF meeting. The 7.7 billion non elite people who populate the earth do not choose these people to be in the WEF. While the WEF may have good intentions for people and the planet their weaknesses are showing through- they don’t speak for everyone, do they realize what they are sometimes doing, do they really care for third world countries. You can argue either way “yes or no” but that doesn’t change the fact that the WEF is owned by mass companies and rich elites.


- Cryptocurrency: As of February 12, 2021, Apple Pay has started expecting Bitcoin and Tesla is also accepting Bitcon for the buying of cars. One of the indirect goals of the WEF Davos Agenda in its economy reset is to throw cash out the window and bring in electronic currency. They envision an open economy with only a few currencies, no tariffs, and fair distribution. This seems to be a good idea at first- cryptocurrency, few currencies, fair distribution. However, this raises a few concerns and questions that haven’t really been clearly answered. How safe is cryptocurrency when everything in a tech world is connected? The truth is probably not any safer than credit cards which can easily be taken. Despite supposedly more advanced encryption, it seems easier for cyber criminals to hack into a multi country grid of the same cryptocurrency then it is for them to steal cash or even credit card numbers.


- Biotechnology: How ethical is it to harvest organs from a pig human hybrid for human organ transplant and how safe is it to put into the body a 3D printed organ? How dangerous is it to make devices that make it so you can see the internet in a thought or how morally right is it to make the VR world so realistic that you can’t tell the difference between it and the real world? This is the question that no one seems to ponder when thinking of a tech reset. They are trying to make a utopia but will make a dystopia if they do not regulate big tech in this tech reset.


Do you count the New World Order as a nonsensical conspiracy theory or a real threat from the globalist elites? What counts as regulation of misinformation and a ban on free speech? Should we the people work toward more extensive transparency before labeling something as safe? Controversial questions but with multiple right answers.