It has been just over 1,000 days since World Economic Forum (WEF) showrunner Klaus Schwab published his book ‘COVID-19: The Great Reset’ which was his manifesto for the post-pandemic world.

The book, as its title suggests, was (and still is) the blueprint for the WEF’s Great Reset agenda, although with all the globalist ‘elite’ malevolence rewritten in technocrat-speak so as not to scare the horses.

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Many think that the Great Reset is something that has been quashed because of the severe exposure and criticism, for instance in books by Glenn Beck and Alan Jones.

News flash: It hasn’t.

Instead, the globalist ‘elite’ have simply stopped referring to it but all the while are working towards it.

The strategic partnership entered into by the United Nations and the WEF has ensured that the Great Reset — an program pursued by Schwab and others way before the pandemic — has been embedded into the UN’s Agenda 2030, which governments the world over are openly working towards.

A bit about Schwab: Along with being the showrunner and founder of the WEF and its Davos Summit, he is what you could describe as the quintessential ‘Davos man’, something of a stereotype for all the others.

As a member of what he considers to be the global ‘elite’, he is completely out of touch with reality and yet firm in the belief that what he and his billionaire buddies are doing to the world is ultimately good.

This sentiment of his is heavily echoed in his book, COVID-19: The Great Reset, which advocates for a lot of terrifying totalitarian policies and packages it as being good for the well-being of the people.

Although written as if to give a ‘hypothetical’ scenario of what the future might be like – in a real sense, it basically lays the roadmap for the ‘New World Order.

The book talks about how the COVID-19 pandemic served as a ‘catalyst’ for world governments to bring about much-needed changes.

And what are these ‘needed changes’ you might ask?

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Klaus Schwab makes no pretension of hiding his support for totalitarianism.

To solve the emerging problems of an increasingly complex and inter-connected world, he argues, is more government surveillance.

And by this, I don’t mean just security cameras everywhere but tracking all activities that you perform: your transactions, what you say on the internet, your movement, who you meet, etc.

And then in a later section, he blabbers on about his support for a ‘Big Brother’ style government.

He argues that much of societal problems today are simply because — get this! — the government isn’t big enough.

He envisions a future where governments will come to control all aspects of our lives.

With a bigger, more powerful state apparatus, people will be forced or ‘incentivized’ to adopt more ‘sustainable’ lifestyles and everyone will be happier and safer than they ever were.

Right.

The book also devotes entire chapters to the various ‘sacrifices’ we will have to make in this ‘New World Order’.

And by ‘we’, Klaus no doubt means the ordinary public and not him and his elitist buddies.

This would mean putting many authoritarian restrictions on your personal life because big brother knows what is best for you.

Of course, to fund the vastly expanded government machinery, there will be more taxes imposed on the common Joe.

Plus, according to Schwab, it will also bring the additional benefit of restraining your ‘conspicuous consumption’ because, your purpose, in his eyes, is to simply serve the so-called ‘elites’ and not enjoy the fruit of your own hard work.

Overall, this book reeks of a collectivist ‘we’re all in this together’ mindset where all the sacrifices made are for the so-called greater good; this being a world devoid of individual freedom and self-determination.

I won’t talk much about the quality of the writing, because, just like the man, it is dry, characterless, and stiff.

In addition, the book is riddled with inaccuracies, and many of his claims are written as just facts without any premise or source to back them up.

If only the ‘fact-checkers’ put themselves to good use by taking on works from people like Schwab but instead they’re intent on critiquing his detractors.

It seem the old journalistic value of flicking the comfortable and comforting the afflicted is out the window.

But back to Schwab’s COVID-19: The Great Reset.

All in all, the book does provide a preview of the hypocritical and arrogant mind of the ‘Davos man’ and also a reminder to the rest of us why we should never let these globalists seize power over our countries.

Read it if you dare but buy it second hand so we don’t ending up giving even more wealth to these leeches.

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George Christensen was a Member of Parliament from 2010 - 2022 who popularly represented the federal electorate of Dawson in north Queensland for the LNP, part of the Government coalition. He explores both the big philosophical questions of our time and current events from a conservative worldview. He comes from a farming family and his background is in journalism and business.

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