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What Is The Great Reset?

“It’s an initiative that was started by the World Economic Forum. The House of Windsor, and the UN are prime executive co-producers. Top sponsors include BP, Mastercard and Microsoft. According to them,

There is an urgent need for global stakeholders to cooperate in simultaneously managing the direct consequences of the COVID-19 crisis. To improve the state of the world, the World Economic Forum is starting The Great Reset initiative.

They go on to explain all of the “disrupts” we are facing is “changing the traditional context for decision making. The inconsistencies, inadequacies and contradictions of multiple systems – from health and financial to energy and education – are more exposed tan ever amidst a global context of concern for lives, livelihoods and the planet.”

COVID and all other crises’ we face, according to the World Economic Forum,

…shape the recovery, this initiative will offer insights to help inform all those determining the future state of global relations, the direction of national economies, the priorities of societies, the nature of business models and the management of a global commons. Drawing from the vision and vast expertise of the leaders engaged across the Forum’s communities, the Great Reset initiative has a set of dimensions to build a new social contract that honours the dignity of every human being.

WEF founder and Executive Chairman Klaus Schwab said:

“the world must act jointly and swiftly to revamp all aspects of our societies and economies, from education to social contracts and working conditions… Every country, from the United States to China, must participate, and every industry, from oil and gas to tech, must be transformed. In short, we need a ‘Great Reset’ of capitalism.”

Schwab’s message was amplified by Prince Charles when he said:

“We have a golden opportunity to seize something good from this [COVID-19] crisis. Its unprecedented shockwaves may well make people more receptive to big visions of change.”

Jennifer Morgan (current head of Greenpeace) stated:

“We set up a new world order after World War II… We’re now in a different world than we were then. We need to ask, what can we be doing differently? The World Economic Forum has a big responsibility in that as well—to be pushing the reset button and looking at how to create well-being for people and for the Earth.”

All of this requires changes in human behaviour. Behaviour modification, if you will.

This, according to many, is authoritarianism under the guise of good will and will no doubt include measures being placed upon the citizenry at the expense of our freedoms. We are currently living in it, and we are currently experiencing the beginning of “The Great Reset.”

We are also experiencing a great divide amongst the citizenry, there are many who believe in these pushes for change having been made to believe they are necessary and for the common good, and then there are others who believe it’s simply a step towards a more authoritarian human experience.

The former Apostolic Nuncio to the United States of America and Vatican insider, Carlo Maria Viganò, for example, recently wrote a letter to Donald Trump. In it, he mentions The Great Reset.

A global plan called the Great Reset is underway. Its architect is a global élite that wants to subdue all of humanity, imposing coercive measures with which to drastically limit individual freedoms and those of entire populations. In several nations this plan has already been approved and financed; in others it is still in an early stage. Behind the world leaders who are the accomplices and executors of this infernal project, there are unscrupulous characters who finance the World Economic Forum and Event 201, promoting their agenda.

The purpose of the Great Reset is the imposition of a health dictatorship aiming at the imposition of liberticidal measures, hidden behind tempting promises of ensuring a universal income and cancelling individual debt. The price of these concessions from the International Monetary Fund will be the renunciation of private property and adherence to a program of vaccination against Covid-19 and Covid-21 promoted by Bill Gates with the collaboration of the main pharmaceutical groups. Beyond the enormous economic interests that motivate the promoters of the Great Reset, the imposition of the vaccination will be accompanied by the requirement of a health passport and a digital ID, with the consequent contact tracing of the population of the entire world. Those who do not accept these measures will be confined in detention camps or placed under house arrest, and all their assets will be confiscated.

According to Ellen Brown, an attorney and chair of the Public Banking Institute:

“No country will be allowed to opt out because it would be endangering the rest…Who is behind the Great Reset and what it really entails are major questions that need their own article, but suffice it to say here that to escape the trap of the globalist agenda, we need a mass awakening to what is really going on and collective resistance to it while there is still time. There are hopeful signs that this is happening, including massive protests against economic shutdowns and restrictions, particularly in Europe; a rash of lawsuits challenging the constitutionality of the lockdowns and of police power overreach; and a flood of alternative media exposés despite widespread censorship.

Life as we know it will change. We need to ensure that it changes in ways that serve the people and the productive economy, while preserving our national sovereignty and hard-won personal freedoms.””

Source: https://www.collective-evolution.com/2020/11/11/covid-19-a-precursor-to-a-new-world-order-aka-the-great-reset/

Socialism Vs Communism

“Both socialism and communism place great value on creating a more equal society and removal of class privilege. The main difference is that socialism is compatible with democracy and liberty, whereas Communism involves creating an ‘equal society’ through an authoritarian state, which denies basic liberties.

Democratic socialism in the west involves participating in democracy to seek an incremental reduction in inequality. It implies a mixture of public sector intervention and private enterprise.

Communism is a political and economic ideology – closely associated with the state Communism of the Soviet Union and China. It aimed at state control of the economy to attain greater equality – often at the expense of individual liberty.

George Orwell, who was a committed socialist, fought in the Spanish Civil War for a socialist-anarchist party on the side of the Republican movement. However, he was deeply critical of the Soviet-backed Communists who behaved more like the extreme right, with their authoritarian actions.

“The Communists stood not upon the extreme Left, but upon the extreme right. In reality this should come as no surprise, because the tactics of the Communist parties elsewhere.” – George Orwell, Homage to Catalonia

What is Socialism?
There are several different types of socialism. But, in the west, the best guide to socialism is through the prism of democratic socialist parties. For example, the UK Labour Party won the 1945 General election and implemented several socialist policies, which included:

-Higher-income tax on high-earners
-Creation of National health care system – free at the point of use
-Nationalisation of key industries, such as coal, electricity and gas.
-Creation of welfare state with minimum income guarantee for the unemployed.
-Labour market reforms, such as greater protection for trade unions.
-Expansion of free education

Socialism emphasises equality of opportunity, using the state to redistribute income from the highest earners to others. But, it does not insist on equality, only aiming for equality of opportunity. Democratic socialism combines both public sector intervention with private sector enterprise.

Traditionally socialist parties may want to nationalise key public sector industries (which are natural monopolies), but private firms are free to operate in the free market. Rather than control individual firms, the state implements rules to avoid the exploitation of workers and consumers.

Socialism allows private property and private ownership, but it may place a certain tax on wealth and inheritance to redistribute opportunity and wealth.

What is Communism?
Communist economic and political theory was developed by Karl Marx. He developed the concept of a ‘Dictatorship of the Proletariat’ arguing that the working class should rule in the interests of the people, and ignore democratic norms.

Marx also advocated for a revolution to overthrow capitalism and create a new economy where industry was owned and managed by the government rather than private individuals.

In practice, the Soviet Union did achieve a new kind of economy through the 1917 revolution. Lenin and then Stalin also cracked down on individual liberty and removed all forms of democracy. An overriding aspect of the Communist society was the lack of individual liberty and freedom.

In the Communist Soviet Union, the state became all-powerful in managing the economy, setting targets, deciding what to produce and how to produce. It left very little if any role for the price mechanism and free markets.

The main difference between Democratic Socialism and Communism

Source: https://www.economicshelp.org/blog/glossary/socialism-vs-communism/