Disinfo: The Great Reset is an evil Kabbalist plan

Summary

Last June-3 during the Davos Summit, Klaus Schwab and Prince Charles announced the theory of the Great Rest. During this announcement they spoke about Covid-19 as “a rare but tight opportunity window to rethink, reinvent and reset our world”. /—-/

This plan is now followed by the European Union and it constitutes the vertebral column of Joe Biden political program. It is also closed following by Canada. In general, the level of government support for the project is strictly indexed to their acceptance of the “Covid-19 pandemic” story. Because under the pretext of a public, universal and existential threat, it is indeed a question of redefining our humanity.

This plan is an Evil plan based on a kabbalist conception of the world.

Disproof

A conspiracy theory with anti-Semitic undertones. A conspiracy theory around the concept of “The Great Reset” started trending globally in mid-November 2020. The term was used, much as the claim describes, in connection with the World Economic Forum in Davos in January 2020 - not in June, as the claim suggests.

British BBC has a thorough research on the conspiracy and its origins here. While ‘The Great Reset” is a fairly new label to the conspiracy, similar claims have circulated since early stages of the pandemic. Examples from the EUvsDisinfo database - here and here.

publication/media

  • Reported in: Issue 222
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 19/11/2020
  • Language/target audience: English
  • Country: EU, Canada, UK, US
  • Keywords: coronavirus, Davos, Secret elites / global elites, Conspiracy theory

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