The world must know the primary system to survive the aftershock of the COVID-19 pandemic. Klaus Schwab is the founder and executive chairman at WEF.
The coronavirus pandemic is the crisis that told us the systems are old and can’t function anymore. We are living historical moments, not only with the virus and the solution for its defeat but with the investigation to create a system for the post-corona era.
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“The COVID-19 crisis has shown us that our old systems are not fit anymore for the 21st Century. It has laid bare a fundamental lack of social cohesion, fairness, inclusion, and equality. Now is a historical moment, the time, not only to fight a virus but to shape a system for the post-corona era,” Schwab stated.
In the meeting with activists and globalists, Schwab stated that the fundamental lack entails the revamping of all aspects of modernism, and it includes our thinking and behavior and the creation of the new social contract focused on social justice.
According to Schwab, the social contract will have policies similar to wealth taxes and additional regulations of corporations.
Another info that Schwab shared is the Great Reset!
It would happen soon. Schwab described it as a “commitment” to jointly and urgently build the foundations of economic and social systems to pave the way for “a more fair, sustainable and resilient future.”
Global leaders will have a new functioning system, and for the Reset to work, every country must participate, from oil and gas to tech, have to be similarly transformed.
“We only have one planet, and we know that climate change could be the next global disaster with even more dramatic consequences for humankind. We have to decarbonize the economy in the short window still remaining and bring our thinking and behavior once more into harmony with nature,” Schwab said.
Sharan Burrow, the general secretary of the International Trade Union Confederation, supported the measure, and we have to create policies that align with the principle of investing in people and the environment.
Secretary-General of the UN, Antonio Manuel de Oliveira Guterres, shared something about the Great Reset.
“We must build more equal, inclusive, and sustainable economies and societies that are more resilient in the face of pandemics, climate change, and the many other global changes we face,” Guterres said.
However, not everyone supports the Reset.
Jack Houghton, the digital editor for the SkyNews, stated that the Reset would revamp capitalism and cause “a return of the deadliest social experiments of the 20th century,”
“Capitalism indeed creates inequality, but it is also the only system known to man that creates equality. This is because wealth creation is not a zero-sum game. There is not a finite amount of money or wealth. Money can be created, jobs can be created, and people can be pulled out of tragedy and despair by capitalism itself,” Houghton said
Justin Haskins, the editorial director of the conservative think tank the Heartland Institute, states that the WEF will exacerbate the problems experienced by the people today.
“The ‘Great Reset’ is a proposal to completely alter the entire global economy, moving it more toward collectivism and away from capitalism,” Haskins said, calling it “the most significant threat to capitalism and individual liberty in more than a half-century.”
Alex Newman, in Behind the Deep State, announced that Reset would crush capitalism. “Businesses have to jump through the environmental hoops the government wants them to go through, the social hoops — you have to give lots of money to Black Lives Matter and other assorted social justice Marxist organizations — and of course, good governance,” Newman said.