It was published in English on December 28 last year and has been available in German since February 21: The second part of Klaus Schwab’s “The Great Reset” is called “The Great Narrative” and has the dubious subtitle “For a better future”. . The latest work by the founder of the World Economic Forum is not well received by readers.
The big narrative is [sic!] is a guide for anyone who wants to better understand how the world has evolved since the pandemic began and what solutions can make it more resilient, fairer and more sustainable.
This is how the 293-page book by Klaus Schwab and Thierry Malleret is described on Amazon. However, users find completely different words for it. The 1-star ratings outweigh both the German and the English version. So state German readers:
insane! Does he believe he is “God”? Greetings from Orwell: It says protection, peace and freedom. He means control, slavery and paternalism.
Hard sick! A single man who has gathered a kind of elite cult around him is trying to transform all of humanity according to his ideal! Mankind should do everything possible to ensure that this nightmare does not become a reality!
A dangerous pamphlet which promotes totalitarian socialism with pretended global problems such as climate change. Pooh!
Die Reviews of the English version are hardly more forgiving. Here is how UK readers write (translated into German here):
If you’ve enjoyed the past two years of psychoterrorism, biofascism, community destruction and the fabricated health crisis, then you’re in luck – Uncle Klaus and his psychopathic friends have a lot more up their sleeve. Not content with causing mass deaths through lockdown and experimental gene treatments, they plan to further destroy our societies and freedoms, so that they can “build better again” with their boots at our throats. It seems that we will own nothing (who will then own everything, Klaus?) and our financial system will be transformed into what is essentially a high tech surveillance and control network overseen by a group of men charged with crime should be in prison against humanity. Read this and let it chill you to the bone – and then start fighting for your life and your freedom.
Imagine a man calling 6.5 billion people “useless eaters” and you have Klaus Schwab. His money has bought almost every politician on earth to try to push humanity into its “great reset” which is “great” for him but not so great for you. In fact, he dreams of completely eradicating the “useless eaters.” Feels all warm and cozy inside, doesn’t it?
You might expect that to come at least from a model of genetic excellence, but Klaus is flabby, unattractive, and not very intelligent – his only distinguishing feature was being born wealthy.
Read this to get a glimpse of how much his personal privilege has given him to believe he has already become your supreme overlord. Don’t read it for anything of value, he has no idea what that looks like.
A review written in English from Germany draws worrying parallels (translated into German here):
Couldn’t wait. It’s finally here: Part II of “Mein Kampf” of our time. read it So that nobody can say later: I didn’t know anything. I wasn’t told. – But. It became. – Here it is. Very obviously. The plan for all of us. Whether we like it or not. But who chose these people to decide our future?
In terms of content, as expected, there is little that is new or useful in the alleged instructions for a “better” world. A user from the US summarizes:
There were many contributors to this book, but most were from the US or UK; People who are unlikely to have skipped too many meals in their lives. A key concern of the World Economic Forum is climate change. Ideas for reducing rising global temperatures have been offered as follows: “Refreeze” the Arctic, divert some of the water beneath the glaciers, spray the sky to prevent dangerous rays from entering the atmosphere, and finally add some to the ground that it can absorb the CO2 faster. Does that sound reasonable to you? They aim to distribute wealth so that the underprivileged benefit and the rich don’t get as rich. They avoid terms like socialism, communism and fascism. Biology is used to create meat for human consumption. It’s already in the works. Non-compliance will not be allowed – for this Mr. Halevi (in Israel) is working on the “hackability” of the human brain. They strive for a one-world monetary system. As in Volume 1, the term stakeholder appears in contrast to shareholders. Those who adhere to the goals of the forum receive money; those who believe in the old way (businesses based on consumer demand and profitability) will lose. The word inclusivity comes up because people who are more difficult to get along with because of religious beliefs (or other opposing beliefs) have lower Economic Social Governance (ESG) ratings. A company has to force hire people it would rather not hire in order to get loan money from their bosses.
A brave new world that Klaus Schwab is planning for us, isn’t it?