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  1. xileffilex

    The WEF’s

    Board of Trustees …. include the current Managing Director of the IMF, Kristalina Georgieva, European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde and former Bank of England governor Mark Carney.

    As noted, already, Georgieva is very close to the WHO’s Tedros.

    It was the IMF’s Christine Lagarde who first startied throwing around the term the GREAT RESET [of financial systems] at Davos in 2014
    which would require co-operation between nation states [as we’re seeing in the coronavirus hoax right now]

    This blog is one of the few places which is trying to connect Covid-19 with the Great Reset

    Many of the policies that global figureheads desire are within the purview of the the Fourth Industrial Revolution, which Schwab and his ilk have been promoting as essential since the back end of 2015. Now a global crisis of sufficient magnitude has presented an opening to further the goals of the global elite. Did this happen by coincidence or by design? Truthfully, no one can say for sure. ***Whilst the World Economic Forum were part of a pandemic simulation exercise a few months before the world entered into a live pandemic, this is not incontrovertible evidence of what some are now referring to as a ‘plandemic‘.

    When the Great Reset agenda was unveiled, one of the other leading proponents was IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva. She declared it of ‘paramount importance‘ that a future return to economic growth must encompass a ‘greener, smarter and fairer world‘. There is no need to wait, said Georgieva. The world must act now.

    *** but the timeline and the preparation for it seem too good for this to have been thrown up randomly.

    More recently, the writer has penned “his” own thoughts on the book by Schwab and Malleret [we’re never going back…]

    the authors confirm over the last few pages of the book that the United Nations’ Agenda 2030 Sustainable Development programme is intertwined with the Great Reset. This is evident when studying the WEF’s Strategic Intelligence unit. Sustainable Development and the Great Reset go hand in hand

    A great “opportunity” indeed thanks to Covid-19. Coincidence? Zero chance.

    As ‘Covid-19: The Great Reset’ was published, it was accompanied by an article written by Schwab and Malleret. Called, ‘COVID-19’s legacy: This is how to get the Great Reset right‘, they stated plainly that not only will a lot of things change forever, ‘the worst of the pandemic is yet to come’:

    We will be dealing with its fallout for years, and many things will change forever. It has wrought (and will continue to do so) economic disruption of monumental proportions.

    quote source:

    where we read about the upcoming WEF virtual meeting
    Sustainable Development Impact Summit
    21—24 September 2020
    Realizing a ‘Great Reset’ for Sustainable Development

    The COVID-19 crisis wreaked havoc on societies and economies and dealt a major setback to achieving the 2030 Agenda and the Paris Climate Agreement. Putting the world back on a path of sustainable, equitable, and inclusive growth will require more than a global recovery; it will require a Great Reset of social and economic systems.

    Question – how did the Covid-induced shutdown set back the 2030 agenda and PCA?


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