Glenn has long warned his listeners about the World Economic Forum's threat to individual liberty and freedom. Now, many of these goals are materializing into actual policies. This should deeply concern you.
In particular, Glenn has been focused on exposing the global threat of the World Economic Forum's Great Reset, the agenda proposed by the World Economic Forum in 2020, urging leaders to take advantage of the COVID-19 crisis to restructure the "world order" to bring about a leftist Utopia.
Below are four goals that emerged from the World Economic Forum and the Great Reset and are now being implemented, posing severe threats to YOUR freedom and privacy.
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Digital Currency took center stage during the 2023 Davos Summit with many proponents arguing for the adoption of "Central Bank Digital Currencies" or CBDCs. One article titled "Key Takeaways from The Davos Agenda" from this year's summit cited a BIS study that found:
86% of central banks are now exploring the benefits and drawbacks of a CBDC. And about 60% of central banks (up from 42% in 2019) are conducting experiments or proofs-of-concept, while 14% are moving forward to development and pilot arrangements.
This should concern you greatly.
China is one of the leading nations in implementing CBDC, already launching pilot programs in 15 of its provinces. The government has complete control, not only through determining the artificial value of the digital currency, but moreover, through being able to track every transaction. Personal finances, under this system, are laid bare before the government.
If the U.S. adopts a CBDC, which would be comparable to a "digital dollar," the government would be able to determine the value of goods through determining the value of its currency. The government could deflate the value of its currency in "government-approved" sectors while inflating the value in others to limit purchasing power—take guns as an example.
This type of monetary control is something the Soviet Union could have only dreamed of. If our personal financial freedom comes under digital control of the government, it is only a short amount of time before the rest of our freedoms go with it.
The World Economic Forum has long promoted "carbon pricing" as a means of reducing greenhouse emissions. Carbon pricing usually takes one of two forms. Many European countries have adopted the first form called "emissions trading systems" or ETS. Companies that produce low carbon emissions are given carbon "allowances" that they can then trade or sell to higher-emission-producing companies. The second way is through a carbon tax, which taxes companies based on the number of emissions they produce.
Why should this concern you?
Carbon taxes give the government the ability to stifle industries that they deem "dangerous" to climate change. In one fell swoop, the government could place an undue burden on coal and gas industries while financially benefiting the "government-approved" electricity industry. This is a direct attack on the free market, giving the government the power, rather than the consumer, to financially determine which industries flourish.
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During last week's Glenn TV episode on AI, Glenn shared a disturbing video from the 2023 Davos summit introducing "brain transparency" technology. This technology is able to track your feelings and face shapes of who you are thinking about. It can even detect your pin number from your thoughts!
The video introduced a possible way of implementing this technology in the workplace. Your employer could send a negative signal to your brain when you are unfocused or daydreaming about a fellow employee, or your employer could send a reward signal to your brain when you are being productive. However, this technology could be used for even more nefarious purposes, such as propaganda and mind control.
China is already using this technology with factory employees, mandating employees wear hats with this technology to track their productivity. Given the World Economic Forum's goal of cracking down on "disinformation" using "hate speech laws," it is deeply concerning to consider how governments could use this technology to further this goal.
Bugs as the gateway to government-controlled farming
The World Economic Forum highlights countries, like those within the EU, that promote insects as an alternative, "green" source of protein. In its 2023 Global Risks Report, the World Economic Forum calls for the "transition to net-zero, nature-positive food" to fight "food insecurity." Of course, this entails the crackdown on emissions-producing food like beef, chicken, milk, and eggs, and the introduction of "sustainable" protein sources, like bugs.
The issue with this goal isn't the unappetizing nature of insects—it's the control given to the government to implement this "food transition." Alarm bells should always ring when you hear of government control over food industries—just ask the Ukrainian farmers during the Soviet Union. The more food systems are nationalized, the greater the likelihood of poverty, food scarcity, and socialist policies.
We are already seeing the government in the Netherlands buy out Dutch farms to transition into "sustainable farming." Will the U.S. be next?