Greenwich First Selectperson candidate Laura Erickson just sent a campaign email calling for a "reset" at Town Hall.
Of course the word "reset" immediately sent chills down our spines, evoking thoughts of the Great Reset called for by World Economic Forum (WEF) globalist Klaus Schwab, who even wrote a book about it.
It's especially chilling since we know a WEF globalist will be seated on the Town's finance board, the BET, after tomorrow's election. And since Laura Erickson has taken a dubious endorsement from another globalist.
So what's the Great Reset agenda really about?
For starters, Schwab's Great Reset promised that after COVID-19 disrupted social, economic and political systems, transformational changes would be needed in order to create a more inclusive, resilient and sustainable world.
By the way, the Great Reset is a reset of capitalism, in case you didn't realize.
Schwab says that "capitalism and socialism will need to merge to create a productive and inclusive economic and social model." Yes, you read that right. The Great Reset is about implementing socialism, which is just a step away from Communism, isn't it?
The WEF says that, "wealth has become abundant, thanks to capitalism, but it now needs to be more broadly redistributed, as socialists have long called for..." Hence the WEF's view that a Great Reset is now in order.
The Great Reset agenda has three main components.
Now's probably a good time to remind you that "equity" is just another word for "socialism" or "Marxism".
"The Great Reset will require us to integrate all stakeholders of global society into a community of common interest, purpose and action,” said Schwab, who intends for the entire world to be reset under his WEF agenda. Some might say that's a one world agenda, which is exactly how the WEF depicted it.
Schwab said the Great Reset requires a new social contract that places social justice (e.g., Black Lives Matter, LGBTQ+ inclusion) at the center. It requires combatting systemic racism, even though it has been proven to be a false narrative. It requires a commitment to battling the imaginary boogeyman of climate change. It requires a digital transformation (think "digital ID", social credit systems and even those speed cameras Erickson wants). It requires a transformation in how we teach science and technology to reduce the "inequities" in education. And it requires giving insects "the role they deserve" in our food systems.
Now is probably the right time to remind you that Scott Kalb, a globalist who spent 11 years in a senior role at the WEF and who now pushes ESG investing, will join the BET after Tuesday's election. The only question is whether Republicans or Democrats will gain control over the deciding vote in ties.
So if you want to protect Greenwich from a globalist having the deciding vote, then you had better vote for Row B on the BET, and make sure that all of your friends and neighbors do the same.