Klaus Schwab recently delivered a keynote address, at the 2022 G20 and B20 shindig in Indonesia, on the transition to a multi-polar world.
This is not to be confused with the world we’ve been living in, by the way – a unipolar one, as it’s known, where the United States has been the pre-eminent superpower.
Nor is this to be confused with the way the world was during the Cold War. When both the US and USSR were superpowers, dividing the world between themselves, that was what is known as a bipolar world.
But starting right around the 2:00 mark, in his recent speech in Indonesia, Schwab talks about the fundamental restructuring of the world, which he says we all need to embrace to the end of engineering a bright new future for humanity and the planet.
Yet Schwab admits that all is not so rosy. He talks about the restructuring of the global economy leading to a reduction of income. Naturally, the standard of living must also be reduced, if income is relative the cost of things, or if the cost of things is raised dramatically relative income.
At the G20 and B20 and WEF, they know that the current restructuring of the world’s economies is increasing social tension domestically in all these countries.
None of this is betrayed in Schwab’s way of presenting, only in his words. He looks rather at-ease and unperturbed, like what he is saying does not touch him. But then that’s usually the way it goes with ascendant Marxists.
However much the people under them may suffer for the greater good, the party bosses always retain their dachas, and lavish lifestyles – you know, on behalf of the people.
And by the way, you could hardly find a more opposite vision to Make America Great Again, than in Schwab’s speech, and the WEF programme, and this whole scheme of Great Reset, or replacing capitalism and private property, and bringing about a socialistic global government. So pay attention to who is on board with this. Particularly as an American myself, we here in the U.S. must take note of how many prominent politicians and corporations here think this plan Schwab is articulating is grand. Not coincidentally, they are on board with it for all the same reasons they hate Trump, and the folks like me who’ve voted for and supported him.
But for those inclined to dismiss all such diatribes as conspiracy theory, do note that Schwab being allowed to speak at all at the G20 and B20 summit does say something of his clout. The widespread acceptance of his ideas is actual, not potential, among the world’s elites, including here in America.
Schwab says explicitly that their goal requires both government and business being on board. This is where ESG scores come in, by the way. And this is why corporations have gone woke, even when it costs them dearly in their sales revenue and share prices. They are being harnessed, as John Kerry says they must be, like so many brute beasts and pack animals. And thus they carry the wealth of the world to the top of Mount Olympus, to be sacrificed to the ambitions and hubris of self-indulgent hypocrites and megalomaniacs, like the ones who make regular and meaningful appearances in places like Davos.
But what is the G20? And what is the B20? If you are unacquainted, they are only this: the largest economies and companies in the world, governing and employing, one way or another, most of the people and wealth on planet Earth.
And Klaus Schwab, for his part, is a German engineer, economist, author, and founder of the World Economic Forum, which he has been the chairman of since its inception in 1971. But you can’t make up his German accent. As many have pointed out, he sounds just like a supervillain from a James Bond film – not just because of the accent, but also because it’s pairing with the kind of euphemistically articulated aspirations to godhood we’ve come to expect of the baddies featured in the works of Ian Fleming.
He might as well be a supervillain from a James Bond film. In point of fact, I’m not so sure he isn’t one. But maybe this is the real reason why the release of ‘No Time To Die’ was delayed, that its premise matched too closely what these master manipulators were just about to attempt, and what they were in the process of trying to implement.
When Schwab talks about using the Metaverse to facilitate global dialogue, and that toward the stated goal of bringing about “a more inclusive world,” we should understand by now that this is code. What it really means is you and I will be further pressured to affirm and tolerate as equally valid and legitimate assertions and positions we can’t believe are true or right. Indeed, the power of global governance and economic constraint will be brought to bear for more than a little convincing if we’re reluctant.
Sustainability is also code. It’s a stand-in for the promise we will endure still more comprehensive and arbitrary redistributions of all our wealth and power – after men like Schwab take their very sizeable cuts, of course.
In Schwab’s case, by the way, that cut is a salary of over $1 million per year. But that too must be for the greater good, clearly. Not like yours and my wages, which are non-essential.
Yet, by all means, welcome them claiming saviorship of the planet, if you want to. Just know that’s also a front for one world government. And just like the bust of Lenin on the shelf behind Schwab in this film from 2019, the character of this intended global governance is distinctly Marxist and communistic in its assumptions. Thus it perceives “problems” in need of “solutions” which always require more fleecing of sheep like us. And yet this is no new thing under the sun, as Solomon writes in Ecclesiastes.
There is hope for the holdouts, and only in one place, when we remember that there’s something stronger than supervillains, bent on reshaping the world in their image.
The strongest thing is this: the power of love, which God first extended to us in Christ Jesus, and which those who belong to God reflect back in turn – not only in word, but also in deeds. This, then, must inform and fuel our efforts, which are both concentrated and sustained, in building and conserving what is true, beautiful, and good, according to God.
Whether the globalists will ultimately succeed in our lifetime, along the lines Schwab and others are laying out for all the world to see and hear, I cannot say. They do seem rather confident, holding the clear upper hand in having captured key institutions, their hands on the levers of power, humanly speaking. And they are so terribly clever.
Yet 1 John 4:1-6 comes to mind, nevertheless, and I will leave you with it:
"Beloved, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God, for many false prophets have gone out into the world. By this you know the Spirit of God: every spirit that confesses that Jesus Christ has come in the flesh is from God, and every spirit that does not confess Jesus is not from God. This is the spirit of the antichrist, which you heard was coming and now is in the world already. Little children, you are from God and have overcome them, for he who is in you is greater than he who is in the world. They are from the world; therefore they speak from the world, and the world listens to them. We are from God. Whoever knows God listens to us; whoever is not from God does not listen to us. By this we know the Spirit of truth and the spirit of error."
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