Because I was surprised when a old post started getting an usual number of hits, I did a little investigating. It turns out that a post at American Thinker, Society, Not Socialism | American Thinker, had linked to The Difference Between Society and Government | Citizen Tom . Since I liked that American Thinker post, here is a reblog.
In systems theory, complex systems are said to be resilient when they can withstand damage on multiple fronts and still function properly. The ecosystem is one such system. Although we are bombarded with intentional misinformation about Earth’s imminent destruction to scare people into handing complete control over their private economic decisions to a small cabal of techno-fascists, political aristocrats, and Build Back Better oligarchs who promise to use their new powers to save lives, our planet’s thermodynamic management of atmospheric gases and heat energy is robust without the help of cubicle bureaucrats.continued => Society, Not Socialism | American Thinker
One thing that puzzled me in Society, Not Socialism | American Thinker was the use of this expression: “The Great Reset.” Here is a definition.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) and the Great Reset
A major theme in recent WEF publications and events is the concept that the global economic, political, and social order must go through a “Great Reset” in the face of recent trends in society, technological progress, environmental concerns, and the economic destruction resulting from the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. These dialogues, meetings, and themes are in part based on Klaus Schwab’s 2020 book: COVID-19: The Great Reset.World Economic Forum (WEF) | Investopedia
Unfortunately, the powers that be are not content with the power that they have. Ambitious men, especially those have not humbled themselves before our Creator, almost always want more power. Hence, to gain more power, we supposedly need to give them the power to engineer a “great reset.”