The World Economic Forum (WEF) has been pushing the idea of its Great Reset, advocating a corporate takeover of global governance, essentially a New World Order, now asks: “Is Religion Outdated in the 21st century?”
It’s hiding in plain sight. It’s on their website for the world to see. Slogans such as: “I own nothing, have no privacy, and life is great. Welcome to 2030.”
For years now, since the beginning of the pandemic, The World Economic Forum (WEF) said this world-altering event provides the opportunity “for global stakeholders” to “improve the state of the world. The World Economic Forum is starting The Great Reset initiative.”
In a WEF article entitled “8 Predictions for the World in 2030,” an accompanying video originally stated: “You’ll own nothing, and you’ll be happy about it.”
While the article still remains, the video that made this statement has since been removed after it created an uproar. Nonetheless, the article still makes some very concerning predictions that sound like a controlling society not too far removed from George Orwell’s 1984.
Among the future predictions by the WTF:
· “I don’t own anything.”
· “she mentions that her every move is tracked”
· “US dominance is over.”
· “Scalpels and organ donors are out, tiny robotic tubes and bio-printed organs are in.”
· “Today’s Syrian refugees, 2030’s CEOs.”
· “We are eating much less meat.”
· “The values that built the West will have been tested to breaking point.”
· “By the 2030s, we’ll be ready to move humans toward the Red Planet.”
Meanwhile, the mainstream media tries to stick to the narrative that the great reset is all a conspiracy theory with so-called “fact checking.” But the information is out in the open, and phrases such as “stakeholder capitalism” is doublespeak for corporate governance across all areas of global governance, open democracy reports.
Following the 2008 economic crisis, the WTF issued a 600-page report stating: “the government voice would be one among many, without always being the final arbiter.”
It is clear from such statements that this amounts to nothing less than a one-world type of government.
But the WEF isn’t stopping with a reset of the monetary system and global governing, the next “reset” it is focusing on is the world’s religions, which it now questions whether such practices are obsolete in the modern world.
The World Economic Forum held an open forum in Davos under the title of: “Is Religion Outdated in the 21st Century?“
The title alone hints at bias simply by asking and suggesting an answer at the same time.
“While religions are the oldest institutions in the world, they are the slowest to respond to modern issues such as drugs, homosexuality, and changing family relationships,” the WTF wrote. “As we move into the second decade of the 21st century, it is important to re-examine the place religion holds in the world today.”
Among the items the discussion planned to tackle were:
“How can we reconcile the trends in society’s evolution with religious beliefs?”
Again, such questions tend to show an inherent bias that appears to imply that the evolution of society may have outgrown religious beliefs. These statements seem to imply that religion should adapt to the world as it changes. But the Bible has always taught the opposite. God doesn’t change.
“Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever.”
– Hebrews 13:8
Speaking of Christians not adapting to or being part of the world, Jesus said:
“I have given them your word, and the world has hated them because they are not of the world, just as I am not of the world.”
– John 17: 14
“So do not be surprised, brothers, if the world hates you.”
–1 John 3:13
Speaking of those who do not follow God, Jesus said:
“They are of the world. That is why they speak from the world’s perspective, and the world listens to them.”
–1 John 4:5
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