by: Brent Smith
We’ve all heard the phrase by now, supposedly coined by Rahm Emmanuel: “Never let a good crisis go to waste.”
And we conservatives have been sounding the alarm to remain alert and vigilant for signs of the next fabricated crisis the left will use to further advance their agenda.
But it seems we are finally here, living the greatest fabricated crisis anyone could create. Take a relatively harmless virus, as in the average person has over a 99 percent chance of recovery, and blow it so far out of proportion as to cause populations to treat it as they might the black death, or small pox – like a planet-killer, when it’s not even in the same ball-park.
And simultaneously, by sheer coincidence, the same people who have scared much of the population half to death have begun speaking of Agenda 2030 “the Great Reset.” Gee, I wonder why that is?
“Welcome to 2030.
I own nothing, have no privacy,
and life has never been better.”
Delingpole: The Great Reset Is Trending. Here’s Why…
The Great Reset has been trending on Twitter. Once you’re familiar with what it means for the future of our civilisation, you’ll understand why…
Put simply, it is the blueprint for a complete transformation of the world economy. There will be no money, no private property, no democracy. Instead, every key decision — what you do for a living, how much stuff you consume, whether you can take a vacation — will be decided for you by a remote, unaccountable elite of ‘experts’.
It sounds like a conspiracy theory — and is often dismissed as such by people who imagine they are being savvy and sophisticated. In fact, though, the people pushing for the Great Reset are perfectly open about their plan. Indeed, they can scarcely stop talking about it…
One of these people is Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. It was a video of Trudeau talking about the Great Reset which prompted the flurry of nervous interest on social media.
Justin Trudeau calling the coronavirus pandemic an opportunity for a reset as per the WEF, and parroting the ‘build back better’ line which Biden just so happened to use as a campaign slogan.
Must all be a coincidence and not at all coordinated.pic.twitter.com/O406Cy5I8N
— Jonathan Witt (@Jonathan_Witt) November 15, 2020
‘Building Back Better means giving support to the most vulnerable while maintaining our momentum on reaching the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the SDGs. Canada is here to listen and to help. This pandemic has provided an opportunity for a reset. This is our chance to accelerate our pre-pandemic efforts to reimagine our economic systems that actually address global challenges like extreme poverty, inequality and climate change.’