Never let a good fit go to waste. Winston Churchill’s famous words from the darkest days of WWII have taken on a more sinister meaning over the decades.
This quote was actually meant to be an inspiring message of hope to the British people, but these days more cynical viewers see that bad-intentioned people can use a crisis, just as well as those who are righteous.
The Big Reset is a collective name given to a series of economic policies that attempt to use the recovery from the coronavirus as a supposed way to build a better, brighter and more sustainable world.
This policy was first unveiled by the World Economic Forum and Prince Charles of the United Kingdom, and since that announcement it has garnered the support of a long list of economists, politicians, and politicians. business and celebrity.
But it also drew quite a bit of criticism. Barely 72 hours after his announcement, a petition to arrest him collected 80,000 signatures, which is fair enough. The whole premise of this proposal seems very disturbing.
The Big Something economic plans haven’t exactly had the best track record. The fact that this plan takes advantage of a disaster, along with pushing for some pretty spicy policies, means that major conspiracies have arisen ranging from this plan will make us all poorer, to this plan will make us slaves.
So it seems that some economic aspects need to be explained and in order to do it correctly we are going to have to answer a few questions. What does The Great Reset really offer? Do these ideas have merit? Who are the actors involved in promoting this agenda? And is it really a nefarious ploy or just the victim of terrible marketing?