A previous essay highlighted the serious threats posed by the World Economic Forum's "Great Reset" to individual liberty, human innovation, and general prosperity. It is important to expand discussion of these threats by examining the inherent dangers to free nations when so much wealth is concentrated in the hands of so few.
A new comprehensive report, which can be seen as the UN Education Agency launching a War On Truth, was released on the topic for educators this summer.
In 2018 they published an article entitled, Mind control using sound waves? We ask a scientist how it works. Of course, it was scrubbed from their site, but thanks to the Wayback Machine we have the evidence of their technocratic depravity.
British PM candidate Rishi Sunak’s family company has been revealed to pushing digital ID and social credit scores for the WEF. Sunak has a reputation for having a soft spot for China.
A speaker at the World Economic Forum conference at Davos in 2022 projected that people and cell phones would merge. At the event, Nokia CEO Pekka Lundmark stated that he believes cell phone technology  “will be built directly into our bodies” within a decade.
The World Economic Forum (WEF), a globalist, pro-“transhumanist” organization, stated this week that it will draft governance standards for the Metaverse, a virtual reality platform linked to the internet and run by Meta (formerly Facebook).
The most frequent theme that pops when looking into WEF is "control." They want to have control over our thoughts, where we go, what we say, what we eat, and how we dress. Here is the list of top 10 WEF dystopian agenda.
Russia's war of aggression in Ukraine loomed large at this year's annual World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, where political and business leaders once gathered to celebrate globalization and pursue more of it. Now, the world has entered a new phase of history in which geopolitics will predominate.
The annual meeting in Davos 2022 discussed how the World Economic Forum will govern the metaverse.
Algae is an ideal replacement for meat, according to the WEF since it has a carbon-negative profile and is rich in essential fatty acids and high vitamin and antioxidants content. Now, the World Economic Forum is urging people to eat seaweed, algae and cacti in order to save the planet.