The World Economic Forum (WEF) was founded fifty years ago. Over the decades, it has gained more and more importance and has become one of the leading platforms for futuristic thinking and planning. As a meeting place for the world’s elite, the WEF brings together leaders in business and politics with several selected intellectuals. The main purpose of the forum is global control. Free markets and individual choice do not stand as the highest values, but as state interventionism and collectivism. According to projections and scenarios of the World Economic Forum, individual freedom and private property are to disappear from this planet by 2030.
Individual freedom is at stake again. What can be expected was reflected in November 2016, when the WEF published “8 predictions for the world until 2030”. According to the WEF scenario, the world will become a completely different place from now on, because the way people work and live will undergo profound change. The scenario for the world until 2030 is not just a forecast. This is a plan whose implementation has drastically accelerated since the announcement of the pandemic and the subsequent blockades.
According to the WEF’s Global Future Councils, private property and privacy will be abolished over the next decade. The forthcoming expropriation would go beyond just the communist demand for the abolition of property goods, but leaving room for private affairs. The WEF projection says that consumer goods will also no longer be privately owned.
If the WEF projection came true, people would have to borrow their needs and borrow from a state that would be the sole owner of all goods. The supply of goods would be divided into allocations in accordance with the system of social credit points. Shopping in the traditional sense would disappear along with private purchases of goods. Every personal movement would be monitored electronically and all production would be subject to the requirements of clean energy and a sustainable environment.