The World Economic Forum (WEF) is a globalist organization run by German economist Klaus Schwab and other members of the technocratic elite.
Schwab serves as the organization’s founder and chairman.
The WEF’s mission is to strip away the rights of individuals and the democratic process of their sovereign nations and surrender all ownership and control to unelected power elites.
While many in the corporate media may insist that this sounds far-fetched or argue that it’s nothing more than a wild “conspiracy theory,” the WEF doesn’t hide its agenda.
On the contrary.
The WEF openly shares it and promotes its plan for a “Great Reset” to be ushered in around the world.
The dystopian society that the group envisions strips individuals of their autonomy in favor of global, tyrannical control.
The Vigilant Citizen recently compiled 10 of the most incredulous — and scary — notions that WEF has championed.
In no particular order:
1. Infiltrating governments — It is WEF’s intention to penetrate and capture governments around the world in order to do away with democracy and establish a globalized world run by a “self-selected coalition of multinational corporations, governments (including through the UN system), and select civil society organizations.”
Going even further, Schwab told Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government in 2017, “What we are very proud of, is that we penetrate the global cabinets of countries with our WEF Young Global Leaders.”
In fact, the WEF maintains a “Young Global Leaders” program, a five-year indoctrination into their principles.
Its goal is to create world leaders who don’t answer to their people but to their bosses at the WEF.
Graduates of the program include world leaders who are “suspiciously in lockstep” with the WEF’s Great Reset, such as:
- Justin Trudeau, prime minister of Canada
- Emmanuel Macron, president of France
- Mark Zuckerberg, co-founder and CEO of Facebook’s parent company Meta
Other Young Global Leader graduates include Germany’s Angela Merkel and Russia’s Vladimir Putin, along with at least half of Canada’s cabinet.
Sponsors of the WEF’s Young Global Leaders Program include the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Google.
2. Sound wave mind control — “Non-invasive neuromodulation” is touted as a “new era of healthcare” by the WEF in a 2018 article that’s since been scrubbed from the internet, but is preserved by the Internet Archive.
Initially discussed as a tool for managing Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases, the article — titled “Mind control using sound waves?” — quickly takes a turn:
“But what happens if this technique for altering our brain waves escapes regulation and falls into the wrong hands? Imagine a dictatorial regime with access to the tricks and tools to change the way its citizens think or behave.”
In an interview with Antoine Jerusalem, a professor of engineering science at Oxford University, the WEF article describes controlling neuronal activity in the brain by directing mechanical vibrations to a certain region.
While it’s stated that this process hasn’t yet been fine-tuned, Jerusalem said, “I can see the day coming where a scientist will be able to control what a person sees in their mind’s eye, by sending the right waves to the right place in their brain.”
The article then makes the case that, since somebody is going to harness this form of mind control, it might as well be the WEF — “If we want to lead that dance 10 years from now, we need to start researching today … Politicians should remember that if we don’t do it, then somebody somewhere will do it anyway … potentially unregulated.”
3. Pills with microchips in them — At the WEF’s 2018 meeting, Pfizer’s CEO Albert Bourla described the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s approval of the first “electronic pill.”
The tablet contains a biological chip that enters your stomach and is capable of sending signals that the pill was, in fact, taken — to ensure compliance.
Bourla said, “So imagine the applications of that, the compliance.
“The insurance companies would know that the medicines that patients should take, they do take them.”
4. Praise for lockdowns
Public health policies that restrict movement, ban international travel, and close schools and businesses, commonly known as lockdowns, were implemented in virtually every country around the globe during the pandemic, beginning in China, then Italy and spreading like wildfire from there.
Lockdowns caused immense human suffering in the form of job losses, social isolation, and suicides, with little to no effect on COVID-19 mortality.
The WEF, however, “would love to see ‘covidian’ life become permanent,” as Slay News reported.
The WEF published a video to promote the idea of lockdowns but quickly deleted it after backlash.
The video praises lockdowns’ role in reducing human activity and leading to the “Earth’s quietest period in decades.”
5. Dystopian plans for the future
The WEF has also released videos showing a “peek at our future,” which include people in masks, plenty of hand sanitizer, and QR codes, plus further adjustments away from society as we know it and toward an increasingly isolated, virtual world.
In one of the WEF’s examples of “how our lives could soon look,” it’s suggested that you could be identified by your heartbeat.
This is necessary because facial recognition technology is often thrown off by face masks, but “your heartbeat is just as unique as your face.”
NASA has invented a system using a laser that can identify people by heartbeat alone.
The WEF also promotes increasingly teaching children using digital technology and asks, while showing a photo of a person wearing a mask alone, outdoors, “What pandemic-era changes would you like to become permanent?”
In terms of education, the WEF also envisions a “reimagining” of current classrooms with a heavy focus on virtual reality and artificial intelligence technologies, along with investments in “reskilling and upskilling.”
According to the WEF, textbooks, notebooks, and pencils should no longer be viewed as critical learning tools, due to “environmental pressures.”
Instead, education should be digitalized and “coupled with the metaverse” so that students can learn in a virtual environment.
6. The Great Reset
The WEF’s Great Reset involves changing everything from future global relations and the direction of national economies to “the priorities of societies, the nature of business models and the management of a global commons.”
Part of the plan involves the Fourth Industrial Revolution, which Schwab has been discussing since at least 2016 and “is characterized by a fusion of technologies that is blurring the lines between the physical, digital, and biological spheres.”
In terms of government, the Revolution will bring new technological powers that allow for increased population control via “pervasive surveillance systems and the ability to control digital infrastructure.”
It also intends to do away with capitalism.
While capitalism is based on a self-regulating system of offer and demand, the Great Reset looks to redefine the way businesses are evaluated through new parameters.
The main one: Compliance with the elite’s social and political agendas.
A propaganda video released by the WEF talks about its plan to usher in stakeholder capitalism, in which private corporations — not elected leaders — become trustees of society, putting your privacy and data, your food, and your freedom at risk.
To get to this point, the video’s narrator states, it is “all about getting the right people in the right place at the right time.”
In other words, the system would be rigged and compliance with a wider agenda would be mandatory in a new economy.
7. Recalibration of free speech
The censorship and regulation of the Internet are high on the WEF’s agenda, as it would serve as a starting point to recalibrate free speech.
This notion was introduced by Julie Inman GrantAustralian eSafety commissioner, at WEF’s 2022 Davos meeting, during which she called for a “recalibration of free speech” and a “recalibration of a whole range of human rights …”
Free speech is, in fact, binary.
Either it exists or it doesn’t.
Clearly, the WEF doesn’t want it to exist.
8. Digital passports in your clothing
While technology doesn’t appear to have advanced to the point that implantable microchips are being used as brain-machine interfaces to control your thoughts, what does exist today are vaccine passports, which can progress to digital IDs, which then lead to central bank digital currencies (CBDC) — the endgame.
CBDCs appear to be inevitable; it’s not a question of if they’re going to have them, but when.
Once CBDCs become widespread, they’ll be able to control everything, as it will be difficult to survive without them.
They don’t have to put a microchip into your arm to gain this immeasurable control — they’ll be able to track and control your every move via CBDCs.
To ensure that you can be traced and tracked at all times, the WEF announced that the clothing of the future will contain built-in digital passports — and they’re slated to reach the market in 2025.
9. Smartphones in your body
By 2030, you won’t need to worry about carrying a cellphone or wearing clothing with a built-in digital passport, because the WEF is planning to launch smartphones that will be implanted directly into your body.
This information was released by Nokia CEO Pekka Lundmark at the 2022 Davos meeting and coincides with the rollout of 6G technology.
While 6G networks are still in their infancy, Lundmark stated that they will make smartphones as we know them today obsolete while “physical and digital worlds will grow together.”
Lundmark added, “Many of these things will be built directly into our bodies,” echoing the transhumanism movement, which has the ultimate goal of controlling the human population.
Many people regard transhumanism as turning human beings into robots, but it actually describes a social and philosophical movement that involves the development of human-enhancement technologies.
Elon Musk’s company Neuralink involves a surgically implanted microchip that’s connected to your brain and synced with AI, with the goal of one day allowing humans to control artificial limbs or even engage in telepathy.
Musk described it as “a Fitbit in your skull with tiny wires.”
According to India Today, the company “released a video where a macaque was seen playing Ming Pong.”
While transhumanism may one day use technologies that are physically embedded in the human body or brain to offer superhuman cognition or forms of mind control, keep in mind that at this time transhumanism is already occurring, not from an implantable device but through mass formation psychosis and the manipulation of information.
10. You will own nothing and be happy
One of the Great Reset’s “new normal” dictums is that you’ll own nothing and be happy.
This is part of WEF’s 2030 agenda, and a plan is already in place to make it happen.
In their “8 predictions for the world in 2030,” WEF stated:
“I don’t own anything. I don’t own a car. I don’t own a house. I don’t own any appliances or any clothes,” writes Danish MP Ida Auken. Shopping is a distant memory in the city of 2030, whose inhabitants have cracked clean energy and borrow what they need on demand. It sounds utopian, until she mentions that her every move is tracked and outside the city live swathes of discontents, the ultimate depiction of a society split in two.
Part of the plan to do away with autonomy is that all products become services.
In this dystopian future, there are no products you can own.
Only “services” that are rented and delivered using drones.
This system would make all humans completely dependent on WEF-controlled corporations for every single basic need.
There would be absolutely no autonomy, no freedom, and no privacy. And “you’ll be happy.”
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