As the World Economic Forum prepares for the return of their annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, the “international organization for Public-Private cooperation” is launching the next phase of The Great Reset agenda – The Great Narrative.
On November 11th and 12th, the World Economic Forum held a 2-day meeting called “The Great Narrative” in Dubai, United Arab Emirates to discuss “longer-term perspectives” and “co-create a narrative that can help guide the creation of a more resilient, inclusive and sustainable vision for our collective future”. The WEF gathered futurists, scientists, and philosophers from around the world to dream up their vision of how to reset the world and imagine what it might look like in the next 50 years. The discussions will be collected and published in a forthcoming book, The Great Narrative, in January 2022.
The release of The Great Narrative book will coincide with the annual WEF meeting on January 17 to 21st, 2022 in Davos, Switzerland, with the focus “Working Together, Restoring Trust”. According to the WEF, the “meeting will focus on accelerating stakeholder capitalism, harnessing the technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and ensuring a more inclusive future of work”. The message is essentially the same one the WEF and their partners have been calling for since the beginning of the COVID-19 event – a Great Reset of the economic, governmental, healthcare, food production, and technological systems which underpin all of human life.
The Great Reset agenda was announced in early June 2020 by the WEF as an apparent response to COVID-19. The launch of The Great Reset was supported by Klaus Schwab, the founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum; England’s Prince Charles; Antonio Guterres, Secretary-General of the UN; and Kristalina Georgieva of the International Monetary Fund. The WEF has spent the last year spinning their propaganda and partnering with governments and private businesses that share their goals of a world run by Technocrats who make top down decisions for the masses in the name of fighting for diversity and sustainability.
Regular readers will remember that on October 18, 2019, the WEF partnered with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security on a high-level pandemic exercise known as Event 201. Event 201 simulated how the world would respond to a coronavirus pandemic which swept around the planet. The simulation imagined 65 million people dying, mass lock downs, quarantines, censorship of alternative viewpoints under the guise of fighting “disinformation,” and even floated the idea of arresting people who question the pandemic narrative.
Now, as the Great Reset Agenda moves into its 2nd year, Schwab and his associates at the WEF are shifting their messaging and focus towards “The Great Narrative”.
The Great Narrative and the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Before we discuss the actual content of The Great Narrative event, let’s look at what is meant by a “Great Narrative”. In many forms of media narrative is defined as “a way of presenting connected events in order to tell a good story”, or “the telling of related events in a cohesive format that centers around a central theme or idea”. In our daily lives a narrative can be seen as the way we as humans come to understand the world around us. We form narratives or stories about our political realities and our interpersonal relationships.
Additionally, in philosophy the term narrative can take on an even deeper meaning. Recently, Tim Hinchliffe at Sociable wrote about the concept of narrative in relation to philosophy:
“The idea of a great narrative is something that the French philosopher Jean-Francois Lyotard called a “grand narrative,” (aka “metanarrative“) which, according to Philo-Notes, “functions to legitimize power, authority, and social customs” — everything that the great reset is trying to achieve.
Authoritarians use great narratives to legitimize their own power, and they do this by claiming to have knowledge and understanding that speaks to a universal truth.
At the same time, authoritarians use these grand narratives in an “attempt to translate alternative accounts into their own language and to suppress all objections to what they themselves are saying.”
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