Remember when the Great Reset was a conspiracy theory?

Jan 21st

I'm sure by now you've heard of the Great Reset conspiracy theory in some form or another.

Well, I'm here to inform you that it's no longer a conspiracy theory:

Yes, like many conspiracy theories of the past two years, this one is slowly being rolled out by our global leaders as just simple reality. No longer a conspiracy theory. Just real.

And they're not being shy about it. They like the idea of refurbishing the global economy to be more "fair," as they like to say.

Yet still, the big fact checkers continue to use their favorite term for conservatives who oppose the Great Reset: they call us "conspiracy theorists."

How can they still get away with using this term when we all clearly see a rollout of the Great Reset happening right in front of our eyes?

Well, conservatives are kooky, and some of us believe that since the World Economic Forum's outlook for 2030 says "you'll own nothing and you'll be happy," that this means their Great Reset plan must end with us owning nothing, and being happy.

Seems logical, but apparently it's not. It's just another "conspiracy theory."

Here's Reuters verdict on the "own nothing, be happy" conspiracy theory:

False. The World Economic Forum does not have a stated goal to have people ‘own nothing and be happy' by 2030. Its Agenda 2030 framework outlines an aim to ensure all people have access to ownership and control over land and other forms of property.

So you see that?

It's not that the WEF has a goal to have people "own nothing and be happy." It's just that they have a plan to ensure all people have access to ownership and land and other property.

All people.

Sounds familiar.

Sounds like I'm going to own nothing, and be happy.

There was also this, which got ratioed after it was posted:

The blowback was severe:

Seems like Reuters and other elitist institutions are in damage-control mode.

But hey, I'm just a conspiracy theorist...


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