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This video has been made to publicly draw attention to the World Economic Forum’s ‘Great Reset’, the masterplan agreed by governments and transnational corporations that aims to set humans on a new course in the wake of Covid-19.

The information contained aims to be factual and sources are provided. Where opinions are offered, this is clearly expressed.


IMPORTANT NOTICE. We are aware YouTube has removed our ‘Great Reset or Great Divide’ video and we are currently appealing the decision. UPDATE: Our appeal was summarily dismissed so the video (see below) remains unavailable on YouTube. In the meantime, please find the transcript below. It is a reminder of the extent to which social media platforms are censoring freedom of expression around the system’s plans for humanity and the planet. We hope human common sense will prevail over human programming of AI censoring bots. In the meantime you can watch the full video on Bitchute (click on the image below).


Video Transcript

Cortical implants and brain machine interfaces that allow an amputee to control a neuroprosthetic device is a great use of state-of-the-art technology.

But every new technology can have a darker side, depending on who controls its use. Right now, brain to brain interfaces allow humans to control the behaviour of rats. But how would you feel about having your brain controlled by another human? Or have the police or border controls read your thoughts?

Hi, my name's Rob Verkerk. I’m the founder of ANH International. We're an NGO that for the last 18 years has been at the forefront of campaigns, activism, research and education in the field of natural and sustainable health. It's an area that traverses many fields and disciplines, including science, law, politics, economics, as well as the social and environmental sciences. Right at its heart is what we see as our right to manage our health by working with nature not against it – recognising that this right has been consistently been under attack by those who have different ideas.  

In this video we take a look at The Great Reset, the masterplan dreamed up by Klaus Schwab, the octogenarian founder of the World Economic Forum, that aims to use Covid-19 as the prime trigger to radically change human life on Earth in ways that go well beyond most people’s perception of what the ‘new normal’ is likely to entail. So many people have been saying, nothing makes sense. When you begin to understand the Great Reset and Schwab’s closely related vision of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, our promise to you is that many of the things that are happening at the moment will be explained, even, if you still find they don’t make sense to you or resonate. Many of these changes will affect our lives, including our health, in very profound ways, not necessarily for the better. They also go to the heart of our long-standing vision of what natural health is all about – and that’s working with nature, not against it – or even, in place of it.   

What about Smart dust? Over 15 years ago, scientists envisaged unobtrusively monitoring real-world processes with microcomputers that were smaller than a grain of sand.

But do you want to be surveilled 24/7, not just where you are, but - how you are? What about allowing others to control how you function or even think? Or are you happy for others to read your thoughts, all without you even knowing it? And how about signing up to a new social contract that requires you, for the sake of others, to share all sorts of things you once thought were safeguarded by an inalienable right to privacy?

These are just a few of the ideas that are part of the vision of one man, Professor Klaus Schwab, the now 82-year-old engineer and economist who founded the World Economic Forum, a private non-profit organisation supported by governments, big businesses and billionaires the world over, back in 1971 in the Alpine mountain resort of Davos, Switzerland. Schwab’s vision of the future is incarnated in his 2016 book, the Fourth Industrial Revolution. This vision is now being fast-tracked by what Schwab calls the Great Reset. It’s being communicated alongside another slogan, Build Back Better, that’s an old Orwellian UN slogan being repurposed by world leaders including Boris Johnson and US presidential hopeful Joe Biden keen to implement the Great Reset. Look for it, it’s a sign, literally. 

Professor Schwab is probably the closest thing you’re likely to find to a puppet master responsible for the global cooperation we’re seeing among governments and big corporates as they navigate the current Covid-19 quagmire.

Schwab was born in Ravensburg, Germany in 1938 at a time when the Nazi regime rose to power and went onto create a regime built on brainwashing, fear, eugenics and extreme authoritarianism. It’s impossible to say how this early life experience may have influenced Schwab’s desire to create the kind of new world order he’s now masterminding. But as we’ll see later, Schwab makes some key assumptions that appear to demonstrate a disconnect with the rest of us who don’t frequent the rarefied atmosphere of Davos each year.   

The Great Reset involves changes to almost every facet of our lives – how we work, how we get paid and pay for things, what kind of medicines we need, how we’re monitored, how we share information, how we travel. No stone is left unturned and we can see many of the new processes and technologies posed in Schwab’s vision of the Fourth Industrial Revolution already being trialled as more and more people around the world are forced into submission through lockdowns. These lockdowns as more and more people are becoming aware, are of course not based on the health risk posed by the virus or a need to prevent hospitals from being over-run. They’re based instead – as we’ve shown in another video – on a faulty PCR test that looks for a specific gene sequence linked to the virus that generates very high levels of false positives when the infection prevalence is low. 

Schwab is far from unique in having long recognised that the path the world has been on since the end of World War II would lead to destruction of the world around us and to society as we know it. That way of human life is simply not sustainable. Changing courses requires disruption – and the World Economic Forum’s reports on global risks released each January have increasingly recognised the emergence of factors and processes that can bring about that disruption.

They include the meteoric pace of innovation that’s morphed into an innovation arms race; climate change coupled with habitat destruction and loss of biodiversity that’s triggering the Sixth Mass Extinction and the end of the natural world as we know it; widening social and health inequalities between different parts of the world; geopolitical instability, and; the rise of populist culture alongside a growing resistance to globalisation. That of course leads to what Schwab refers to as ‘profound social instability’. Despite the immensity of all these things, they haven’t been enough to create the tipping point Schwab’s been looking for. A game-changing event superimposed on top of all of this was needed. And in 2020, the last piece of Schwab’s jigsaw, one that was both anticipated and predicted, arrived: a pandemic. The Covid-19 crisis, that Schwab likens to a World War because it affects all parts of all social and economic systems in all parts of the world, now serves as the catalyst for Schwab’s Great Reset. Like the re-purposed Build Back Better slogan, it seems Schwab may have borrowed the title of his initiative from another professor, Richard Florida from the University of Toronto. In his book, Florida attempted to envision cities that would be winners and losers courtesy of the rise of creatives following the financial crash of 2007 and 2008. It’s more than ironic that creatives are one particular group that’ve been devastated by government actions in response to Covid-19.

Having usurped the term, it didn’t take Klaus Schwab long to release a book titled Covid-19: The Great Reset, that he co-wrote with ex-World Economic Forum colleague and economist, Dr Thierry Malleret.

The power of Schwab’s vision is that along with the massive disruption it requires to take form, it also dangles enough carrots in front of us to make at least some of it seem appealing. Take, just for starters, solving three of the current biggest issues of our time: poverty, inequality and climate change. These are all close to the top of the priority list of anyone with a social and environmental conscience, whether left- or right-leaning.  

The basic tenets of the Great Reset aren’t hidden from us. While they may have been developed by a global elite, you’ll find them all conveniently laid out on the World Economic Forum’s website. You’ll also find that the World Economic Forum’s mission including the Great Reset is supported by virtually every major corporation or association on the planet, from Accenture, the American Heart Association and Amazon to the Zenith Bank and Zurich Insurance Group. Even Pope Francis is in on the act, calling for a global reset while taking a side swipe at the rise of so-called neo-liberalism and laying down a new dogma that goes beyond Catholicism in his October 2020 encyclical, Fratelli tutti, or in English ‘All Brothers’. In his third and most recent encyclical, the Pope examines the way the world has failed to cooperate during the Covid-19 crisis. The finger is firmly pointed, whether directly or insinuated, at those who haven’t played the game. In the cross-hairs are none other than the current administration at the White House, lockdown skeptics, mask deniers and anyone who dares question the safety or effectiveness of any genetically engineered, synthetic biology vaccine that’s seen as the primary means of releasing the world from its current demise.

As widely supported as Schwab’s vision might be among the Davos elite who’ve had the pleasure of being exposed to it over the last few years, its premises don’t seem to resonate in the same way with the relatively small proportion of the public that have been exposed to it.

We think this is because Schwab’s vision includes a number of fundamental flaws or false assumptions. And to keep things simple here, we’re just going to look at what we regard as the Big Three – three flaws or false assumptions that, in our view, are so deep-seated and integral to the vision, they render it not fit for purpose:


Firstly, Schwab wants us to form social contracts with each other so that we can all toe a specific line, one largely dictated by people within Schwab’s own circles, ones built over many years during annual meetings in Davos in the Swiss Alps. The underlying notion is that we must, in all our endeavours, do good in ways that ultimately benefit others and future generations. Think of it like a humming ant colony where righteous behaviours are programmed in to benefit the colony as a whole, rather than the individual ant. It’s an enchanting idea, but deciding what’s good and right, or bad and wrong, isn’t something that everyone can agree on. It’s also highly subjective and few if any of us have enough information to really know what the effects of our newly required behaviours will be. So, are we meant to engage in social contracts with those who share views that are the polar opposite of our own – regardless? And what are the consequences of not signing up for this – do we have to pay a price or have privileges withdrawn? This polarity of views is at the heart of the debate on Covid-19 because more and more people feel the effects of the virus do not warrant the destruction of social systems and economies. Few governments are even talking about it. After all, isn’t it logical to question how can you place so much emphasis on one disease and blindly accept so much collateral damage to livelihoods, economies and even the health of others? And also, when we know that scientific discourse has been fundamental to the progression of science up until this point, why is it OK to simply marginalise the growing number of doctors and scientists, us included, who’ve signed up to the Great Barrington Declaration. Let’s take an example, for the many of us who’ve not been convinced about the scientific rationale for wearing a face covering in public places, why would we want to engage in a social contract with those who force us to wear masks yet do so little to limit the collateral damage of their government’s myopic, Covid-focused agendas?


Secondly, we think Schwab and his team have got it badly wrong when they assume that everyone with a social and environmental conscience and anyone who supports the idea of moving towards a more sustainable future must also be, or become, advocates of all the other things that Schwab envisages in his Fourth Industrial ‘Cyber’ Revolution. That includes implantable communication devices, advanced and pervasive biometric surveillance, fast-tracked synthetic biology vaccines like the ones currently in development for Covid, and even the development of designer beings born with deliberately edited genetic codes. It also has other less sci-fi but nevertheless still game-changing elements to it, such as shifting the Western world, and followers of it, from shareholder-based capitalism to stakeholder-based capitalism, a concept that can be hard to distinguish from cronyism.

Many of us are passionate about nature and we want to see humans working with it, not against it. We’re all for progress, and we’re happy to see technology facilitate our lives, but not necessarily to control us or replace us. Schwab sees an increasing blurring between the biological and technological world. Losing any clear delineation between humans and the tools it creates risks us losing the very senses and consciousness that help us protect the world around us – for the sake not only of ourselves, but for the other organisms with which we share our planet, now and into the future.


Thirdly, we can all agree that the ‘old normal’ created a gamut of problems, socially, economically and environmentally – and wasn’t sustainable. Yes, the gender gap has been far too big; yes, racial inequalities have long been unacceptable; yes, so-called industrial progress linked to the second and third industrial revolutions have decimated habitats and biodiversity, triggering the Sixth Mass Extinction. But as Schwab himself recognises over and over again in his books and interviews as he positions a cluster of rapidly emerging, largely untested cyber technologies as the solution, these all bear huge risks and uncertainty. In the wrong hands – as Schwab freely admits – they could destroy humanity and even the natural environment. In his typically utopian manner of speech, he talks of needing to develop harmonious agreement on what’s acceptable and unacceptable ethically to avoid these technologies being used to no good purpose for the benefit of a few. So, with no attempt to reach out to the people, the Davos crew have decided that they’re going to set us on this path to their own view of Nirvana, without consulting us – the people. Without showing us their risk assessments or comparing them against all the other strategies we could possibly adopt. It seems it’s the World Economic Forum route, or the highway.

The trouble is they’re using the Covid crisis to force us to agree to all sorts of things that drive a coach and horses through rights that have been hard-earned through hundreds of years of wars, upheavals, protests, treaties and campaigns. And we’re supposed to do this now under coercion, while democracy has been suspended because of the emergency measures that have been implemented in nearly every country on the planet. All because the World Health Organization’s excessively broad definition of a pandemic allows them to freeze-frame normal life, keep the public in a state of fear and hand governments authoritarian powers.

To many of us, this is simply unacceptable, not least of all because we live in a world in which the public distrust of governments and large corporations has never been so high – often for very good reason.

We’ve made this video to help clarify our position, which we know represents the views of many of our supporters around the world. We’re fed up with being marginalised as conspiracy theorists because we simply question how safe or effective the Covid vaccines will be, or what system of biometric surveillance they’re planning to roll-out, or if the mission to send thousands of micro-satellites into orbit to beam down 5G wavelengths that might disturb the function of our brains and bodies, or the orientation behaviour of migratory birds or insect pollinators.

People who question Schwab’s vision are not all far-right neoliberals with no conscience about social and environmental issues. Take a look at the faces of those who were demonstrating in Berlin or London. You’ll see they have a both a deep passion for humanity and for the environment. 

Like so many others, we feel passionately that global governments, along with the big stakeholders in industry and the media, are on a divergent and dissonant path. We don’t see a need to decimate lives and futures, using a newly adapted virus as the excuse for instigating a twisted Utopian vision. One which we’re being forced to comply with, through increased coercion and a suspension of due democratic process.

That’s why an ever growing number of us resist what’s being thrown at us – and why we’ll continue to resist. So we can reimagine a different view of a better future, not necessarily one dreamed up in Professor Schwab’s spiritual home of Davos. That’s all.