Life After The Great Reset – A Shocking Glimpse at the Globalists’ Plans for Us All


According to John Kerry, the global elites' far-reaching campaign to “reset” the global economy will happen “with greater speed and with greater intensity than a lot of people might imagine.”

The plan would completely transform the entire world by 2030.

“And yes, it [the Great Reset] will happen,” Kerry continued. “And I think it will happen with greater speed and with greater intensity than a lot of people might imagine. In effect, the citizens of the United States have just done a Great Reset. We’ve done a Great Reset. And it was a record level of voting.”

Of course, there would have to be a helluva lot of tearing down of existing structures, and quickly, in order to get everything in place in just 9 short years. That's for another article. Let's take a look at how life would look like should the elites have their way.

Their radical summit’s central goal was to reorganize the world on all levels until people are without possessions, pumped full of pills, eating their laboratory-created meat in hyper-technical, digitally networked “smart cities” and clothing.

The WEF created short, bizarre, feel-good videos highlighting how people will help them redesign the world. The videos range from cows that no longer burp methane thanks to tablets, starfish created in test tubes to fight climate change, drones for reforestation in Africa, enzymes from human blood to stabilize concrete, and poor hygiene to save the environment.

The WEF also promoted new mRNA vaccinations against various diseases. In addition, they celebrated 24-hour surveillance, artificial food, and total renovation should be made palatable.

‘Climate-Friendly’ Houses

In developing countries, where the “Smart City” is perhaps still a bit far off, one starts with “climate-friendly” houses made from the 3D printer. Who will benefit from this business idea? A little tip: the farmers in Africa will probably not.

It is humorous private jet owners, and frequent fliers like Klaus Schwab and his WEF friends are also concerned about the environment. However, it is noticeable that measures always start with the citizen first, and those who put forward all these suggestions and demands do not lead by example.

Washing Tips From Klaus Schwab

The recommendation of the Great Reset and now laundry pope Klaus Schwab is simple; you should not wash jeans more than once a month, sweaters once every two weeks, and pajamas once a week. The only exceptions to which citizens should be allowed are underwear, which, with Schwab’s blessing, can be washed after each use, reported Wochenblick.

Cows Are No Longer Allowed To Burp or Urinate Outside

The WEF wants cows to start receiving Bovaer, a feed additive produced by Dutch company Royal DSM NV. Just a quarter of a teaspoon of Bovaer per day will cut methane burps by a third for a dairy cow, claims the WEF.  That should make agriculture climate-friendly but also economically dependent.

 

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