The World Economic Forum is in the middle of what appears to be a massive push toward socialism, and Joe Biden’s “build back better” slogan comes directly from the organization’s Great Reset initiative. Even more concerning is the fact that the head of the World Economic Forum thinks families should be abolished. (Update, the tweet we linked below is from a parody account, although the WEF has made similar statements in the past).
Joe Biden wants to "build back better"
Part of Biden's campaign platform is to "build back better," and it focuses on jobs and economic recovery for working families. On his website, he explained the need to get the economy back on track after the pandemic, noting that unemployment climbed higher than it was during the Great Recession.
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Biden accused the Trump administration of "economic policies that rewarded wealth over work and corporations over working families." He also alleged that black and Latino Americans, native Americans, immigrants and women have "never been welcomed as full participants in the economy," despite evidence to the contrary.
The president-elect doesn't just want to build things back to the way they were before, but rather, to "imagine and build a new American economy for our families and the next generation." Biden also called for "an economy where every American enjoys a fair return for their work and an equal chance to get ahead."
What does the Great Reset have to do with "build back better"?
Biden's "build back better" campaign comes straight out of the World Economic Forum's Great Reset initiative. In one post, the WEF called on governments to start supporting unsolicited proposals from companies, allowing them to suggest projects for them to do.
One thing the post doesn't explain is how governments are supposed to know whether the companies making the proposals would even do a good job at the work, not to mention whether the work even needs to be done in the first place. The suggestion has to do with infrastructure development.
In another post, the World Economic Forum again emphasized the so-called "stakeholder economy," in which the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals play a major role. The WEF uses COVID-19 as an opportunity to push for something it has long been calling for. Essentially, the organization wants to make some dramatic changes without allowing anyone to vote on whether they think those changes should be made.
It's pure propaganda painted in a picture that sounds good but is only a cover for socialism and other troubling thoughts.
Getting rid of families?
One of the most concerning things the Great Reset is aimed at is getting rid of families. Klaus Schwab, head of the World Economic Forum, tweeted a Karl Marx quote about the need to abolish marriage and the family (This tweet was actually from a parody account):
— Klaus Schwab (@_Klaus_Schwab) November 9, 2020