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The Great Reset

The pandemic is an opportunity to change our health behaviour for good

There is an urgent need for global stakeholders to cooperate in simultaneously managing the direct consequences of the COVID-19 crisis. To improve the state of the world, the World Economic Forum is starting The Great Reset initiative.



Geneva, Switzerland, 3 June 2020 – “The Great Reset” will be the theme of a unique twin summit to be convened by the World Economic Forum in January 2021. The 51st World Economic Forum Annual Meeting will bring together global leaders from government, business and civil society, and stakeholders from around the world in a unique configuration that includes both in-person and virtual dialogues.

“We only have one planet and we know that climate change could be the next global disaster with even more dramatic consequences for humankind. We have to decarbonize the economy in the short window still remaining and bring our thinking and behaviour once more into harmony with nature,” said Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum.

“In order to secure our future and to prosper, we need to evolve our economic model and put people and planet at the heart of global value creation. If there is one critical lesson to learn from this crisis, it is that we need to put nature at the heart of how we operate. We simply can’t waste more time,” said HRH The Prince of Wales.

“The Great Reset is a welcome recognition that this human tragedy must be a wake-up call. We must build more equal, inclusive and sustainable economies and societies that are more resilient in the face of pandemics, climate change and the many other global changes we face,” said António Guterres, Secretary-General, United Nations, New York.

“A Great Reset is necessary to build a new social contract that honours the dignity of every human being,” added Schwab “The global health crisis has laid bare the unsustainability of our old system in terms of social cohesion, the lack of equal opportunities and inclusiveness. Nor can we turn our backs on the evils of racism and discrimination. We need to build into this new social contract our intergenerational responsibility to ensure that we live up to the expectations of young people.”

“COVID-19 has accelerated our transition into the age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. We have to make sure that the new technologies in the digital, biological and physical world remain human-centred and serve society as a whole, providing everyone with fair access,” he said.

“This global pandemic has also demonstrated again how interconnected we are. We have to restore a functioning system of smart global cooperation structured to address the challenges of the next 50 years. The Great Reset will require us to integrate all stakeholders of global society into a community of common interest, purpose and action,” said Schwab. “We need a change of mindset, moving from short-term to long-term thinking, moving from shareholder capitalism to stakeholder responsibility. Environmental, social and good governance have to be a measured part of corporate and governmental accountability,” he added.

This innovative summit will be a very different Annual Meeting, reflecting the spirit of the Great Reset. It will provide a unique opportunity at the beginning of 2021 to bring together the key global government and business leaders in Davos, yet framed within a global multistakeholder summit driven by the younger generation to ensure that the Great Reset dialogue pushes beyond the boundaries of traditional thinking and is truly forward-oriented.

To do so, the World Economic Forum will draw on thousands of young people in more than 400 cities around the world (the Global Shapers Community) who will be interconnected with a powerful virtual hub network to interact with the leaders in Davos. Each of those hubs will have an open house policy to integrate all interested citizens into this dialogue, making the Annual Meeting open to everyone. In addition, global media and social media networks will mobilize millions of people, enabling them to share their input while also providing them with access to the Annual Meeting discussions in Davos.

The announcement of the Great Reset was made by HRH The Prince of Wales and Professor Schwab during a virtual meeting, followed by statements by UN Secretary-General António Guterres and IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva.

Their statements were supported by voices from all stakeholder groups of global society, including Victoria Alonsoperez, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Chipsafer, Uruguay, and a Young Global Leader; Caroline Anstey, President and Chief Executive Officer, Pact, USA; Ajay S. Banga, Chief Executive Officer, Mastercard, USA; Sharan Burrow, General Secretary, International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC), Brussels; Ma Jun, Chairman, Green Finance Committee, China Society for Finance and Banking, and a Member of the Monetary Policy Committee of the People’s Bank of China; Bernard Looney, Chief Executive Officer, bp, United Kingdom; Juliana Rotich, Venture Partner, Atlantica Ventures, Kenya; Bradford L. Smith, President, Microsoft, USA; and Nick Stern, Chair, Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, United Kingdom.

In the run-up to the Annual Meeting, the Forum will host a virtual series, The Great Reset Dialogues. These dialogues are a joint initiative of the World Economic Forum and HRH The Prince of Wales. Contributions to the Great Reset will also be invited through UpLink, the World Economic Forum’s digital platform to crowdsource innovations for the Sustainable Development Goals.


* “The Great Reset” will be the theme of a unique twin summit in January 2021, convened by the World Economic Forum.
* “The Great Reset” is a commitment to jointly and urgently build the foundations of our economic and social system for a more fair, sustainable and resilient future.
* It requires a new social contract centred on human dignity, social justice and where societal progress does not fall behind economic development.
* The global health crisis has laid bare longstanding ruptures in our economies and societies, and created a social crisis that urgently requires decent, meaningful jobs.
* The twin summit will be both in-person and virtual, connecting key global governmental and business leaders in Davos with a global multistakeholder network in 400 cities around the world for a forward-oriented dialogue driven by the younger generation.



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How many New World Order agenda's can you spot in under a minute . . . .


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How many New World Order agenda's can you spot in under a minute . . . .


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... and many of those posted 'agendas' come wirth several 'sub-agendas' of their own.



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The Latest Globalist Rebranding Of Worn Out Ideas... The Great Reset:
As Explained By Uber Establishment 'The Hill'



THE ROAD TO HELL...

For decades, progressives have attempted to use climate change to justify liberal policy changes. But their latest attempt – a new proposal called the “Great Reset” – is the most ambitious and radical plan the world has seen in more than a generation.

At a virtual meeting earlier in June hosted by the World Economic Forum, some of the planet’s most powerful business leaders, government officials and activists announced a proposal to “reset” the global economy. Instead of traditional capitalism, the high-profile group said the world should adopt more socialistic policies, such as wealth taxes, additional regulations and massive Green New Deal-like government programs.

“Every country, from the United States to China, must participate, and every industry, from oil and gas to tech, must be transformed,” wrote Klaus Schwab, the founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, in an article published on WEF’s website. “In short, we need a ‘Great Reset’ of capitalism.”


Schwab also said that “all aspects of our societies and economies” must be “revamped,” “from education to social contracts and working conditions.”

Joining Schwab at the WEF event was Prince Charles, one of the primary proponents of the Great Reset; Gina Gopinath, the chief economist at the International Monetary Fund; António Guterres, the secretary-general of the United Nations; and CEOs and presidents of major international corporations, such as Microsoft and BP.

Activists from groups such as Greenpeace International and a variety of academics also attended the event or have expressed their support for the Great Reset.

Although many details about the Great Reset won’t be rolled out until the World Economic Forum meets in Davos in January 2021, the general principles of the plan are clear: The world needs massive new government programs and far-reaching policies comparable to those offered by American socialists such as Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) in their Green New Deal plan.

Or, put another way, we need a form of socialism — a word the World Economic Forum has deliberately avoided using, all while calling for countless socialist and progressive plans.

“We need to design policies to align with investment in people and the environment,” said the general secretary of the International Trade Union Confederation, Sharan Burrow. “But above all, the longer-term perspective is about rebalancing economies.”

One of the main themes of the June meeting was that the coronavirus pandemic has created an important “opportunity” for many of the World Economic Forum’s members to enact their radical transformation of capitalism, which they acknowledged would likely not have been made possible without the pandemic.

“We have a golden opportunity to seize something good from this crisis — its unprecedented shockwaves may well make people more receptive to big visions of change,” said Prince Charles at the meeting, adding later, “It is an opportunity we have never had before and may never have again.”

You might be wondering how these leaders plan to convince the world to completely alter its economy over the long run, since the COVID-19 pandemic most assuredly won’t remain a crisis forever. The answer is that they’ve already identified another “crisis” that will require expansive government intervention: Climate change.

“The threat of climate change has been more gradual [than COVID-19]—but its devastating reality for many people and their livelihoods around the world, and its ever greater potential to disrupt, surpasses even that of Covid-19,” Prince Charles said.

Of course, these government officials, activists and influencers can’t impose a systemic change of this size on their own. Which is why they have already started to activate vast networks of left-wing activists from around the world, who will throughout 2021 demand changes in line with the Great Reset.

According to the World Economic Forum, its 2021 Davos summit will include thousands of members of the Global Shapers Community, youth activists located in 400 cities across the planet.

The Global Shapers program was involved in the widespread “climate strikes” of 2019, and more than 1,300 have already been trained by the Climate Reality Project, the highly influential, well-funded climate activist organization run by former Vice President Al Gore, who serves on the World Economic Forum’s Board of Trustees.

For those of us who support free markets, the Great Reset is nothing short of terrifying. Our current crony capitalist system has many flaws, to be sure, but granting more power to the government agents who created that crony system and eroding property rights is not the best way forward. America is the world’s most powerful, prosperous nation precisely because of the very market principles the Great Reset supporters loathe, not in spite of them.

Making matters worse, the left has already proven throughout the COVID-19 pandemic that it can radically transform political realities in the midst of a crisis, so it’s not hard to see how the Great Reset could eventually come to fruition.

Can you imagine George W. Bush or Bill Clinton printing trillions of dollars and mailing it to millions of people who didn’t lose their jobs? This would have been unthinkable just a couple of decades ago. Today, this policy garners bipartisan support.

Prince Charles was right: The present pandemic is a “golden opportunity” for radical change. And if Al Gore, Prince Charles and the rest of the World Economic Forum can convince enough people that attempting to stop climate change is also worth dramatically pushing humanity toward greater government control, then radical – and catastrophic – change is exactly what we’re going to get.

-Justin Haskins (Jhaskins@heartland.org) is the editorial director of the Heartland Institute




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... and many of those posted 'agendas' come wirth several 'sub-agendas' of their own.

While Covid-1984 is probably a case of "Let It Happen" - The scope and depth of what they have planned is enormous multi-faceted inter locking agendas.

Its also the smoking gun, with finger prints . . . at least for those that can see.



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"The Anti-Industrial Revolution."

LOL - But, you hit the nail on the head.

Turns out the title comes from one Richard Florida and the website is full of slick spiel , but you spoke the truth.

To be brutal, he predicts, or is busy engineering the demise of the agriculture and industrial to promote the creative class, the cappuccino drinking idle bum repeaters without a single original thought - whom he describes as the "creative class".



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To be brutal, he predicts, or is busy engineering the demise of the agriculture and industrial to promote the creative class, the cappuccino drinking idle bum repeaters without a single original thought - whom he describes as the "creative class".

Jamie Peck criticised this by saying
"working quietly with the grain of extant 'neoliberal' development agendas, framed around interurban competition, gentrification, middle-class consumption and place-marketing"

No room for people that actually do the work.



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Don't believe the bullshit that its socialism. when its a massive fuck the workers and promote the idle sponges in the middle class. The author has been drenched in the fantasy world of politics, but never the less the article is still interesting. Oh, and by labelling as either left or right, shuts down the brain cells of about 50% of the population in one hit. One lot will instantly defend and the other attack, with out any understanding of the topic. Please don't make that mistake.


https://thehill.com/opinion/energy-environment/504499-introducing-the-great-reset-world-leaders-radical-plan-to

The Latest Globalist Rebranding Of Worn Out Ideas... The Great Reset:
As Explained By Uber Establishment 'The Hill'



THE ROAD TO HELL...

For decades, progressives have attempted to use climate change to justify liberal policy changes. But their latest attempt – a new proposal called the “Great Reset” – is the most ambitious and radical plan the world has seen in more than a generation.

At a virtual meeting earlier in June hosted by the World Economic Forum, some of the planet’s most powerful business leaders, government officials and activists announced a proposal to “reset” the global economy. Instead of traditional capitalism, the high-profile group said the world should adopt more socialistic policies, such as wealth taxes, additional regulations and massive Green New Deal-like government programs.

“Every country, from the United States to China, must participate, and every industry, from oil and gas to tech, must be transformed,” wrote Klaus Schwab, the founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, in an article published on WEF’s website. “In short, we need a ‘Great Reset’ of capitalism.”


Schwab also said that “all aspects of our societies and economies” must be “revamped,” “from education to social contracts and working conditions.”

Joining Schwab at the WEF event was Prince Charles, one of the primary proponents of the Great Reset; Gina Gopinath, the chief economist at the International Monetary Fund; António Guterres, the secretary-general of the United Nations; and CEOs and presidents of major international corporations, such as Microsoft and BP.

Activists from groups such as Greenpeace International and a variety of academics also attended the event or have expressed their support for the Great Reset.

Although many details about the Great Reset won’t be rolled out until the World Economic Forum meets in Davos in January 2021, the general principles of the plan are clear: The world needs massive new government programs and far-reaching policies comparable to those offered by American socialists such as Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) in their Green New Deal plan.

Or, put another way, we need a form of socialism — a word the World Economic Forum has deliberately avoided using, all while calling for countless socialist and progressive plans.

“We need to design policies to align with investment in people and the environment,” said the general secretary of the International Trade Union Confederation, Sharan Burrow. “But above all, the longer-term perspective is about rebalancing economies.”

One of the main themes of the June meeting was that the coronavirus pandemic has created an important “opportunity” for many of the World Economic Forum’s members to enact their radical transformation of capitalism, which they acknowledged would likely not have been made possible without the pandemic.

“We have a golden opportunity to seize something good from this crisis — its unprecedented shockwaves may well make people more receptive to big visions of change,” said Prince Charles at the meeting, adding later, “It is an opportunity we have never had before and may never have again.”

You might be wondering how these leaders plan to convince the world to completely alter its economy over the long run, since the COVID-19 pandemic most assuredly won’t remain a crisis forever. The answer is that they’ve already identified another “crisis” that will require expansive government intervention: Climate change.

“The threat of climate change has been more gradual [than COVID-19]—but its devastating reality for many people and their livelihoods around the world, and its ever greater potential to disrupt, surpasses even that of Covid-19,” Prince Charles said.

Of course, these government officials, activists and influencers can’t impose a systemic change of this size on their own. Which is why they have already started to activate vast networks of left-wing activists from around the world, who will throughout 2021 demand changes in line with the Great Reset.

According to the World Economic Forum, its 2021 Davos summit will include thousands of members of the Global Shapers Community, youth activists located in 400 cities across the planet.

The Global Shapers program was involved in the widespread “climate strikes” of 2019, and more than 1,300 have already been trained by the Climate Reality Project, the highly influential, well-funded climate activist organization run by former Vice President Al Gore, who serves on the World Economic Forum’s Board of Trustees.

For those of us who support free markets, the Great Reset is nothing short of terrifying. Our current crony capitalist system has many flaws, to be sure, but granting more power to the government agents who created that crony system and eroding property rights is not the best way forward. America is the world’s most powerful, prosperous nation precisely because of the very market principles the Great Reset supporters loathe, not in spite of them.

Making matters worse, the left has already proven throughout the COVID-19 pandemic that it can radically transform political realities in the midst of a crisis, so it’s not hard to see how the Great Reset could eventually come to fruition.

Can you imagine George W. Bush or Bill Clinton printing trillions of dollars and mailing it to millions of people who didn’t lose their jobs? This would have been unthinkable just a couple of decades ago. Today, this policy garners bipartisan support.

Prince Charles was right: The present pandemic is a “golden opportunity” for radical change. And if Al Gore, Prince Charles and the rest of the World Economic Forum can convince enough people that attempting to stop climate change is also worth dramatically pushing humanity toward greater government control, then radical – and catastrophic – change is exactly what we’re going to get.

-Justin Haskins (Jhaskins@heartland.org) is the editorial director of the Heartland Institute




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    Global Governance
    https://intelligence.weforum.org/topics/a1G0X000006OLciUAG?tab=publications

    • Rising Multi-Polarity
    • Anti-Globalism
    • Deepening Interdependence
    • Transnational Actors
    • Institutional Pluralism


    Anti-Globalism

    Anti-Globalism

    Nationalist backlash has made effective global governance more difficult, and more necessary

    The widespread resurgence of nationalist and populist politics has raised serious questions about the future viability of global governance. This troubling trend is at least in part a result of backlash against globalization - against both the economic and social dislocations it has created, and those for which it is unfairly blamed. Populist movements generally express scepticism of perceived elites, and profess to having faith in the wisdom of ordinary people. Yet, paradoxically, they also tend to have an authoritarian bent and a belief in a strong leader able to mobilize the masses. Timely examples of successful populist movements include US President Donald Trump’s election campaign, and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s consolidation of political authority in Turkey. Such movements typically appeal to those people who are particularly worried about threats to their social status due to the actual or feared loss of a job, or to those troubled by immigration and changing cultural mores; in other words, people who feel especially vulnerable to exactly the kinds of changes unleashed by globalization.

    In a number of countries, governments have failed to understand or address the true impact of globalization on many parts of the population. Even if countries have ultimately benefited from greater economic openness, the lack of sufficient attention being paid to those left behind has weakened the political consensus supporting that openness. Anti-globalization movements tend to oppose not only the aims of global governance, which they believe are rooted in a fictitious, cosmopolitan unity of human interests - but also to the institutions that underpin global governance, which they believe are either biased in favour of countries other than their own, or are in favour of a rootless elite. These movements are also at least in part a reaction to the real failure of global governance institutions to effectively function, as was the case during the 2008 financial crisis. It is not surprising the people adversely affected by the limitations of global governance would turn against it. Unfortunately, however, this may exacerbate the very problems that nationalist populist movements aim to solve. That is because nationalist politics generally push governments away from global cooperation and problem solving, which may hinder the sort of effective global coordination that is required to successfully address challenges - which in turn risks triggering a downward spiral of mismanagement.

    Connects to these topics :
    • United States
    • Values
    • Migration
    • Geo-Politics
    • Geo-Economics
    • Turkey
    • Workforce & Employment
    • Future of Economic Progress
    • Taxation
    • Civic Participation
    • Corporate Governance

    United States

    Not enough Carbon Taxes, Protectionism etc... The biggest failures according to the NWO is in "Corporate Governance", "Security" meaning organised crime, homicide rates and corruption

    This Transformation Map explores key issues for United States based on its rankings in the most recent edition of the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Index (a full version of the 2019 Index is available under the "Data" tab below). Unlike the expert-curated Transformation Maps for other economies and topics, these Index-based maps zero in on six areas where a country has the greatest room to improve - based on rankings that reflect a "progress score," or distance from an ideal policy situation. While some individual rankings may appear unusually high or low, that can merely be the result of a large number of peers having identical progress scores in a particular category - which may group them into a single ranking at one end of the spectrum.

    Trade Openness
    Health
    Future Orientation of Government
    Corporate Governance
    Transparency
    Security



    Values

    Don't expect them to openly moan about opposition to their Mystery Babylon Religion, instead hyperbole waffle. Then the relentless plugging of the same old agendas like Global Warming

    Values are essential - particularly in times of crisis. As the fundamental beliefs that guide or motivate people, organizations, and communities, they provide a basis for social justice and belief in necessary institutions. They also express personal and collective judgments about what is important - influenced by culture, religion, and laws. Values can potentially spur purposeful action aimed at increasing equality, decreasing harm to the environment, and maintaining global health.

    This briefing is based on the views of a wide range of experts from the World Economic Forum’s Expert Network and is curated in partnership with Veronica Vecchi, Associate Professor of Practice of Government, Health and Not for Profit at Bocconi University School of Management, along with colleagues.

    Valuing the Environment
    The Common Good
    Valuing Human Dignity
    Trust as a Value
    Valuing Digital Equity



    Migration

    After creating the problem, they then proceed to claim the solution is a One World Govt of course . . .
    They openly blame "far-right online activists without regard to accuracy or truth."

    The United Nations has estimated that as of mid-2019 there were 272 million international migrants globally, equal to 3.4% of the world’s population - compared with 2.8% of the population as of 2000. When internal migration is taken into account roughly one-seventh of the world’s inhabitants are estimated to have migrated at least once in their lives. Emigration and immigration provide tremendous opportunities, though there are challenges tied to integration, social cohesion, labour, and border management. Now, COVID-19 is placing tremendous pressure on migration and mobility systems - as well as on migrants themselves, especially the more vulnerable among them. Perhaps more than ever, migration is a topic where potentially helpful information and data remain fragmented and often under-analysed.

    This briefing is based on the views of a wide range of experts from the World Economic Forum’s Expert Network and is curated in partnership with Marie McAuliffe, Head of Migration Policy Research at the International Organization for Migration (IOM).

    Migration Data and Analytics
    “Securitization” and Rhetoric
    Governance and Regulation
    Talent Patterns
    Integrating Migrants
    Migrant Rights
    Conflict and Security Challenges
    Demographic Push
    Inequality and Uneven Development



    Geopolitics

    Geopolitics, or the implications of the distribution of power and interests among nation states, has changed dramatically since the end of the Cold War. The economic growth of countries in the Global South - and of China in particular - has challenged the dominance of the West. At the same time, nationalism and populism have shifted some countries’ foreign policy objectives away from cooperation. In an increasingly multipolar and multi-conceptual world, singular ideas about how best to look after global affairs have been replaced by a diffusion of power and political values. This fractured geopolitical landscape calls into question alliances and multilateral institutions that have been cornerstones of the global order since World War II. It also risks undermining humanity’s ability to respond to pressing global challenges like pandemics, climate change, and the impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

    This briefing is based on the views of a wide range of experts from the World Economic Forum’s Expert Network and is curated in partnership with Thomas Hale, Associate Professor in Public Policy (Global Public Policy), Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford.

    Technological Competition
    Environmental Dangers
    Populism and Nationalism
    Economic Shifts
    Strained Institutions and Alliances
    Multipolar Multi-conceptual



    Geo-economics

    Geo-economics: where nation-states impose control over the logic of commerce to achieve their goals. While the term was first coined in 1990, geo-economic rivalries did not fully emerge until after the 2008 financial crisis. Particularly since about 2014, countries have refined the use of economic tools to attain their geopolitical objectives and weaken rivals; some analysts have characterized this as the “weaponization of interdependence.” This exposes people to increasing related pressures, and multinational corporations and banks have had to adapt to heightened related risks. Global stakeholders should think about how to best contain geo-economic tensions, in the interest of more effective international cooperation on matters like climate change, migration, and the impacts of COVID-19.

    This briefing is based on the views of a wide range of experts from the World Economic Forum’s Expert Network and is curated in partnership with Nicholas Mulder, Assistant Professor at Cornell University.

    Key Issues

    Institutional and Regulatory Instability
    Security Scrutiny of Foreign Funds
    Infrastructure Decoupling
    Trade Conflict
    The Economic Weapon
    Strategic Industrial Policy


    Turkey

    Turkey is a crucial existing or coveted ally sitting at the dividing line between East and West. The country has experienced rising populism and unrest, drawing scrutiny from both watchdog organizations and allies. Meanwhile it has struggled to set an optimal course when it comes to monetary policy and industrial transformation, made strides to more eagerly embrace new technologies, and found it difficult to maintain a healthy relationship with the European Union - where full membership remains a goal - on its own terms. Regionally, the country’s location beside an ongoing civil war in Syria has made it both a key player in that conflict, and home to the largest population of refugees in the world.

    This briefing is based on the views of a wide range of experts from the World Economic Forum’s Expert Network and is curated in partnership with Selva Demiralp, Professor of Economics, and Şuhnaz Yılmaz, Professor of International Relations, Koç University, together with Seda Demiralp, Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, Işık University.


    Key Issues :

    Turkish Monetary Policy
    Strongman Politics
    Turkey’s Regional Role
    Turkey’s Public Spending and Unemployment
    Technology Investment in Turkey
    Turkey and the European Union
    Volatile Business Cycles and Development



    Workforce and Employment

    The world of work is changing fast; recognizing and mapping new work models will be essential for channelling that change into the creation of stronger labour markets. Job creation is a constant on the global agenda, as are policies intended to ensure greater protections for both workers and their employers. The most successful approaches will utilize a firm understanding of demographics, of shifting job roles, and of the evolving demand for skills - and will leverage disruption as a means to design ideal contemporary workplaces.

    Key Issues :

    Labour Market Demographics
    Social Protection
    Training and Certification Systems
    Inclusive Labour Markets
    Job Creation and Entrepreneurship
    Disruption to Jobs and Skills
    New Work Models



    Global economic progress

    Global economic progress is falling short of expectations. The uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, technologies associated with the Fourth Industrial Revolution, dramatic shifts in international trade, and political upheaval have left many disillusioned - and triggered social tension, worsening inequality, and a more urgent need to foster cooperation. One means to achieve better global health, greater sustainability, more inclusive development, and revived productivity growth could be increased public-private collaboration.
    Key Issues
    Taxation and Sustainable GrowthGlobalizationEconomics of Environmental SustainabilityEconomics of the Fourth Industrial RevolutionInclusive GrowthProductivity and Competitiveness


    Taxation

    Multinational Corporations & The 0.01% do not pay enough taxes, the solution is to increase Carbon Tax on The Plebes

    Taxation provides the foundation of any well-functioning society, and is the potential solution to many of the weightiest issues of our time. However, globalization has pressured tax systems and caused a shift in tax burden from the richest to the poorest. Some 40% of the profits earned by multinational corporations are moved to tax havens every year, at a cost of about $200 billion to public coffers. And, one quarter of the taxes owed by the wealthiest 0.01% of people are never paid, as assets are stashed offshore. In order to deliver on the Sustainable Development Goals, sufficient and stable tax revenue is necessary. Taxing carbon emissions could meanwhile help curb global warming, and tax hikes may actually bolster inclusive growth if spent appropriately. A smartly-reformed tax system can embrace globalization, as it delivers shared and sustainable prosperity.

    This briefing is based on the views of a wide range of experts from the World Economic Forum’s Expert Network and is curated in partnership with Ludvig Wier, postdoctoral researcher at the University of California, Berkeley, and founder of Economists Without Borders.


    Civic Participation

    Bottom-up forms of civic participation are flourishing as technology helps bring people together in significant numbers despite a devastating pandemic, to take direct action and exercise civil disobedience. At the same time, there has been an increase in top-down forms of civic participation - where the political system itself offers a set of participatory processes like citizens’ juries, participatory budgeting, and referendums. Overall, a general dilution of hierarchies is underway, amid growing tension between the local and the global - as digitalization reshuffles the traditional logic of power.

    This briefing is based on the views of a wide range of experts from the World Economic Forum’s Expert Network and is curated in partnership with Antoine Vergne, Director of Strategic Partnerships at Missions Publiques.

    Key Issues :

    Inventing New Modes of Governance
    Responding to Shifts in Power
    21st Century Citizens
    Digital Participation
    A Breakdown in Trust
    The New Decision-Maker


    Corporate Governance

    Corporate governance should ensure decision-making in the best interests of all stakeholders - including customers, employees, regulators, local communities, and shareholders. This applies both during periods of relative stability, and during crises - when many organizations will be forced to confront how well they have or have not prepared from a corporate governance standpoint. Good governance relies on internal mechanisms like the structure of a board and incentives for management, and on external mechanisms such as institutions that demand accountability. All of these mechanisms are important, as they form the core of how (and for whom) corporations generate value. Ultimately, corporate governance can help deliver both economic gains and more inclusive societies.

    This briefing is based on the views of a wide range of experts from the World Economic Forum’s Expert Network and is curated in partnership with Mireia Giné, Associate Professor, IESE Business School, University of Navarra.

    Key Issues
    Cultivating Trust
    Long-Term Vision, Short-Term Needs
    Governing Disruption
    Regulation and Corporate Adaptation
    Corporate Risk Management
    Governance Mechanisms
    Defining Corporate Purpose

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    Re: The Great Reset - 4th Industrial Revolution - by New World Order
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    My Enemies Enemy Is NOT My Friend

    Those with real understanding, acknowledge that the New World Order always backs both sides. In which case, as is very subtly hinted throughout, the controlled opposition is not the answer, its created to steer the public towards a One World Govt and as such it is not the answer, but problematic.

    For Example, they openly state that Organised Crime is in direct opposition to Globalisation, and surely even the most stubborn people should be able to realise that just because Organised Crime is in oppostion to Globalisation it is not something to support. World Economic Forum states :

    Organized crime may prevent the achievement of nearly one quarter of the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals, according to the Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime. Illicit trade in people, goods, drugs, money, intellectual property, and natural resources has made criminal networks into multi-billion-dollar syndicates - undermining legitimate companies, the integrity of governments, and public security.

    This briefing is based on the views of a wide range of experts from the World Economic Forum’s Expert Network and is curated in partnership with Mark Shaw and Tuesday Reitano, Director and Deputy Director of the Global Initiative against Transnational and Organized Crime.


    Organized Crime is incredibly effective as a brake on Globalisation, 25%,  but it is most certainly not our friend and is most definitely in cahoots with The Intelligence Services, Oligarchs, and other Actors of The New World Order. Now for the real test, can the reader apply the same logic to the Populist Movements and realise that they are also Tools, Controlled Opposition. Because although they might support a cause or agenda that is righteous, voting for a Demagogue is the oldest method in history of destroying a democracy. This manipulation is taking advantage of good people who are genuine victims of the effects of Globalisation, but offering controlled false solutions that are worse than Globalisation.

    So before giving unqualified support to forces in opposition to The New World Order, realise that they control both sides, that the offered solution is designed to be worse than the side effects of Globalisation. This dialectic can be seen in just about every election, but only by those who are fully awake. Unfortunately many, if not the majority of those who think they are awake and alert to the modus operandi of the New World Order continue to make things worse by supporting the fake opposition.  Its get ridiculous, in order to get an unelectable politician into office, they simply select a bogeyman to trigger people and it works.

    If you can not see this in the present, look at the past recent history for guidance.



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    Re: The Great Reset - 4th De-industrial Revolution - by New World Order
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    Are The Central Banks Investing Large Reserves On Great Reset Corporations?

    https://www.marketwatch.com/story/dow-futures-rise-as-stock-market-aims-to-add-to-rally-headed-into-fed-week-2020-06-08

    Old industries like auto, housing, energy are NOT going gang busters but, vaccines are seeing record earnings.




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    Re: The Great Reset - 33 Mega Cities - Mystery Babylon
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    The Great Reset - 33 Mega Cities - Mystery Babylon occult significant number

    Cities and Urbanization

    More than half of the world’s population lives in cities, and one in eight urbanites reside in one of the 33 “megacities” (with more than 10 million inhabitants). While urbanization creates challenges that threaten the quality of life, it also represents our best hope of solving these challenges; dense cities provide the testbeds needed to gauge the effectiveness of related solutions. Never have cities been tested as they have by the COVID-19 pandemic, which unfolded in early 2020 with unprecedented rapidity and severity. Clearly, only through the collective efforts of governments, the private sector, non-governmental organizations, and the public - and through the harnessing of transformative technologies and enlightened policies - will we be able to protect and realize the true potential of cities.

    This briefing is based on the views of a wide range of experts from the World Economic Forum’s Expert Network and is curated in partnership with Dr. Harvey Neo, Dr. John Powers, Mr. Poon King Wang, and Prof. Chan Heng Chee from the Lee Kuan Yew Center for Innovative Cities, Singapore University of Technology and Design.

    Key Issues

    • Urban Diplomacy
    • Urban Society
    • Urban Resilience
    • Urban Innovation
    • Urban Infrastructure and Services
    • Urban Governance
    • Urban Environment and Resources
    • Urban Economies



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    Re: The Great Reset - 4th Industrial Revolution - by New World Order
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    Fourth Industrial Revolution


    The Fourth Industrial Revolution represents a fundamental change in the way we live, work, and relate to one another. It is a new chapter in human development, enabled by technology advances that are commensurate with those of the first, second and third industrial revolutions, and which are merging the physical, digital, and biological worlds in ways that create both promise and peril. The speed, breadth, and depth of this revolution is forcing us to rethink how countries should develop, how organizations create value, and even what it means to be human. Now, as the world grapples with COVID-19, there is an opportunity to further harness the power of the revolution in ways that create a more inclusive, human-centred global economy.

    Key Issues
    • Ethics and Identity
    • Agile Technology Governance
    • InequalityBusiness Disruption
    • Disruption to Jobs and Skills
    • Security and Conflict
    • Innovation and Productivity
    • Fusing Technologies



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    Re: The Great Reset - 4th De-industrial Revolution - by New World Order
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    Are The Central Banks Investing Large Reserves On Great Reset Corporations?

    https://www.marketwatch.com/story/dow-futures-rise-as-stock-market-aims-to-add-to-rally-headed-into-fed-week-2020-06-08

    Old industries like auto, housing, energy are NOT going gang busters but, vaccines are seeing record earnings.


    The Elite celebrating the coming mass death wave from vaccinations, hunger and people being depressed from being isolated.



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    Re: The Great Reset - What is the Fourth Industrial Revolution?
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    What is the Fourth Industrial Revolution?

    The very idea of human beings some sort of natural concept is really going to change.

    Our bodies will be so hi-tech that we won't be able to really distinguish between what is natural and what is artificial
    Inside our own heads, is the most complex arrangement of matter in the known universe
    You might ask yourself, can we get to be super humans ?


    The original industrial revolution was driven by discovering you could use steam engines to do all kinds of interesting things.
    That was followed by additional revolutions for electricity, and computers and communications technology
    We are now in the early stages of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, which is bringing together digital, physical and biological systems.


    One of the features of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, is that it does not change what we are doing, but it changes us . . .


    With the ability to visualize brain activity, for example, through a simple consumer based EEG device, it gives us access to ourselves in ways that we have never before thought possible.
    It unlocks the black box that is our brain and enables us to really truly be able to realise an identity that is aspirational


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    Re: The Great Reset - What is the Fourth Industrial Revolution?
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    What is the Fourth Industrial Revolution?



    A Club of Rome Agenda 2030 'De-industrial' technocratic revolution.



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    Re: The Great Reset - 4th Industrial Revolution - by New World Order
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