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“Covid-19: The Great Reset” Book Review and Commentary

user profile picture Mike from Jersey Jul 15, 2022
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The World Economic Forum (WEF) is a collective of major corporations, billionaires, politicians, academics and influence makers. That is quite a collection of power.

They push an agenda. Their mottos include “Build Back Better” and “The Great Reset” and a “New World Order.”

These mottos parroted by people like Joe Biden, Boris Johnson, Emmanuel Macron, Justin Trudeau and others. That’s quite a collection of supporters. Looks like it is serious.

So, what is the agenda behind it all?

The World Economic Forum is headed up by Klaus Schwab. He (along with Thierry Malleret) wrote a book about the agenda. It is called “Covid 19: The Great Reset.” I bought that book to find answers.

Now, the WEF possesses an astounding armamentarium of money and talent. So, I expected a lot.

I expected the book would be meticulously fact based, tightly reasoned and a compelling exposition. It was nothing of the sort.

I expected that it would challenge my existing beliefs to the core. It did nothing of the sort.

It was, instead, an exasperatingly shallow compendium of unproven assumptions, non sequiturs, logical contradictions and wishful thinking. For instance, consider this passage:

At the time of writing this book, COVID-19 has already unleashed a global wave of social unrest. It started in the U.S. with the Black Lives Matter protests following the killing of George Floyd at the end of May 2020, but it rapidly spread around the world.

Huh? Covid 19 caused the riots over George Floyd’s death?!? I don’t think so.
And consider this.

The book advocates a “partnership” of the elites of Government, Private Industry, Academia and other experts as the best possible way to deal with emerging global problems.

Well, okay. But isn’t that the gist of what we experienced with the USA’s handling of Covid 19? After all, that was a hand-in-glove merger of government, private industry, academia and the media to deal with Covid 19.

And what does Schwab say of the results of the United States’ public/private partnership.

He states:

Others, such as Italy, Spain, the U.S. or the UK, seemed to underperform on different counts, whether in terms of preparation, crisis management, public communication, the number of confirmed cases and deaths, and various other metrics.

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