The World Economic Forum (WEF) was founded fifty years ago. It has gained more and more prominence over the decades and has become one of the leading platforms of futuristic thinking and planning.
As a meeting place of the Global Elite, the WEF brings together the leaders in business and politics along with a few selected intellectuals.
Individual liberty and
private property are to disappear from this planet
by 2030 according
to the projections and scenarios coming from the World Economic
Individual liberty is at risk again.
According to the WEF's scenario, the world will become quite a different place from now because how people work and live will undergo a profound change.
According to the projections of the WEF's "Global Future Councils,"
The coming expropriation would go further than even the communist demand to abolish the property of production goods but leave space for private possessions.
In order to attain "sustainable agriculture," the food supply will be mainly vegetarian.
In the new totalitarian service economy, the government will provide basic accommodation, food, and transport, while the rest must be lent from the state.
The use of natural resources will be brought down to its minimum. In cooperation with the few key countries, a global agency would set the price of CO² emissions at an extremely high level to disincentivize its use.
In a promotional below video, the World Economic Forum summarizes the eight predictions in the following statements:
Beyond Privacy and Property
In a publication for the World Economic Forum, the Danish eco-activist Ida Auken, who had served as her country's minister of the environment from 2011 to 2014 and still is a member of the Danish Parliament (the Folketing), has elaborated a scenario of a world without privacy or property.
In "Welcome to 2030," she envisions a world where,
By 2030, so says her scenario, shopping and owning have become obsolete, because everything that once was a product is now a service.
In this 'idyllic' new world of hers, people have free access to transportation, accommodation, food,
As these things will become free of charge,
There would be no private ownership in houses nor would anyone pay rent,
A person's living room, for example, will be used for business meetings when one is absent.
The author predicts that people will be happy to enjoy such a good life that is so much better,
By 2030, when CO2 emissions will be greatly reduced, people will live in a world where meat on the dinner plate "will be a rare sight" while water and the air will be much cleaner than today.
Because of the shift from buying goods to using services, the need to have money will vanish, because people will spend less and less on goods. Work time will shrink and leisure time will grow.
For the future, Auken envisions a city where electric cars have substituted conventional combustion vehicles.
Most of the roads and parking spaces will have become green parks and walking zones for pedestrians. By 2030, agriculture will offer mainly plant-based alternatives to the food supply instead of meat and dairy products.
The use of land to produce animal feed will greatly diminish and nature will be spreading across the globe again.
Fabricating Social Consent
How can people be brought to accept such a system?
The promoters of the Great Reset promise a world without diseases...
Along with the promise of turning any ordinary person into a godlike superman, the promise of a "universal basic income" is highly attractive, particularly to those who will no longer find a job in the new digital economy.
Obtaining a basic income without having to go through the treadmill and disgrace of applying for social assistance is used as a bait to get the support of the poor.
To make it economically viable, the guarantee of a basic income would require the leveling of wage differences.
The technical procedures of the money transfer from the state will be used to promote the cashless society. With the digitization of all monetary transactions, each individual purchase will be registered.
As a consequence, the governmental authorities would have unrestricted access to supervise in detail how individual persons spend their money.
A universal basic income in a cashless society would provide the conditions to impose a social credit system and deliver the mechanism to sanction undesirable behavior and identify the superfluous and unwanted.
Who Will Be the Rulers?
The World Economic Forum is silent about the question of who will rule in this new world...
There is no reason to expect that the new power holders would be benevolent.
Yet even if the top decision-makers of the new world government were not mean but just technocrats,
Not being swayed away by the utopian promises, a sober assessment of the plans must come to the conclusion that in this new world, there would be no place for the average person and that they would be put away along with the "unemployable," "feeble minded," and "ill bred."
Behind the preaching of the progressive gospel of social justice by the promoters of the Great Reset and the establishment of a New World Order lurks the sinister project of eugenics, which as a technique is now called "genetic engineering" and as a movement is named "transhumanism," a term coined by Julian Huxley, the first director of the UNESCO.
The promoters of the project keep silent about who will be the rulers in this new world...
The dystopian and collectivist nature of these projections and plans is the result of the rejection of free capitalism.
These trends are the natural consequence of wealth creation through free markets.
The World Economic Forum and its related institutions in combination with a handful of governments and a few high-tech companies want to lead the world into a new era without property or privacy.
...are at stake, to be repudiated in favor of collectivism and the imposition of a "common good" that is defined by the self-proclaimed elite of technocrats...
What is sold to the public as the promise of equality and ecological sustainability is in fact,
Instead of using the new technologies as an instrument of betterment, the Great Reset seeks to use the technological possibilities as a tool of enslavement.
In this new world order, the state is the single owner of everything.
It is left to our imagination to figure out who will program the algorithms that manage the distribution of the goods and services...