The World Economic Forum (WEF), that gave us the “Great Reset” concept, is at it again, “glimpsing” into the future, this time trying to predict the consequences of the response to the pandemic.
The WEF went to the trouble of creating a video to illustrate a write up on its site that talks about what the organization calls long-term effects of the COVID pandemic, divides these into five categories, and stresses the central role of “digital transformation” affecting economies, people, and governments.
A new, innovative form of invasive mass surveillance features in passing in one of the categories of these long-term effects.
The predictions touch on the way office workers forced to work remotely will live and work going forward, suggests that people will be increasingly boxed in and physically constrained in their everyday activities to what’s referred to as “15 minute (away from home) spaces” like restaurants and gyms we’ll be likely to go to in the future.
Other points concern the rise of food delivery and what the WEF, which teamed up with US consulting firm Cognizant to produce this, calls “ghost kitchens,” then the future of education, which is said to likely be a hybrid of homeschooling and students attending classes in schools.
But what’s particularly interesting is how the WEF envisages the future of security: putting to use a little-thought-of unique biometric marker: the human heartbeat.
The World Economic Forum, an international group that works to “shape global, regional and industry agendas,” has formed a new “Global Coalition for Digital Safety” that’s made up of Big Tech executives and government officials and intends to come up with new “innovations” to police “harmful content and conduct online.”
The scope of so-called “harmful” content that will be targeted by this Global Coalition for Digital Safety is far-reaching and encompasses both legal content (such as “health misinformation” and “anti-vaccine content”) and illegal content (such as child exploitation and abuse and violent extremism).
Big Tech companies already censor millions of posts under their far-reaching rules that prohibit harmful content and misinformation. They also publish detailed quarterly reports about this censorship.
The World Economic Forum indicated Monday that it supports employees being forced to choose between taking one of the four controversial Covid vaccines, or unemployment if they choose to not take the vaccine.
After intense backlash, they deleted the initial tweet and uploaded another post with the same graphic and a tweaked caption.
“Get your COVID-19 jab – or you could face consequences from your employer #COVID19 #JobsReset21,” the original tweet posted on Monday read. The tweet was accompanied by a colorful graphic showcasing the purported poll numbers of companies that would fire employees for not taking the vaccine.
An article on the WEF website that was linked in the posts made various claims based on polling data such as, “Forty percent of companies surveyed in a new report require all employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19,” “Employees will be encouraged but not required to get a jab by 32% of companies,” and, “Mental health concerns and burn-out have risen up the agenda since the onset of the pandemic.”
The World Economic Forum (WEF) has taken down its tweet that claimed lockdowns have been “quietly improving cities,” and admitted that is not the case. But the backdown didn’t spare the globalist titan from a new wave of mockery.
The WEF’s controversial message turned out to be quite short-lived, surviving less than a day on its feed under a barrage of outraged comments. The tweet was accompanied by a video, showing deserted streets and silent factories, that noted a record drop in carbon emissions. It also linked to an article claiming that silent cities contributed to better detection of minor earthquakes.
On Saturday, the organization deleted the tweet, accepting that coronavirus-induced lockdowns were not actually “quietly improving cities.” Still, it insisted that the restrictions have been “an important part of the public health response to Covid-19.”
The quiet (from people being locked in, unable to work or carry on their lives) reduced the ambient noise, the WEF says. “As fewer people used transport and factories closed, the quiet enable scientists to record small earthquakes they would usually miss” and there were also “record falls in air pollution” and carbon emissions dropped seven percent. But it wouldn’t slow climate change, the WEF says, “unless we lock in emissions cuts.”
Think about what they just said there. The cuts came from people being completely disrupted and cut off from their lives. They want to lock those in. Sure sounds like they want the lockdowns to become permanent.
Talk about enemy of the people. Lockdowns are destroying cities around the world. Millions of people injured, shattered lives, education, and economies with a huge increase in suicides but to the WEF it’s “quietly improving cities around the world.” That’s sociopathic. They relish the ability to study earthquakes. But you study earthquakes primarily to save the people from them. You don’t celebrate doing in the people to study the earthquakes. Unless you’re demented and perverse. But hey, the “climate” will improve.
The WEF isn’t just some random fly-by-night radical organization, but one that really has influence over global leaders throughout the world. The forum has a famous yearly conference in Davos, Switzerland, with other meetings throughout the year where it “engages the foremost political, business, cultural and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas.” They’re pushing the “Great Reset” to change the world’s economies because of the “opportunity” of the pandemic.