The Great Reset Moves Forward

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Great Reset

The Great Reset is the name of the 50th annual meeting of the World Economic Forum, held in June 2020.

 

The Great Reset just had A ‘GIGANTIC DEVELOPMENT’ forward

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Jun 16, 2021

 

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During Joe Biden’s recent G7 presser, the president made several comments that clearly show his administration is dedicated to moving The Great Reset forward as quickly as possible — likely in low and middle-income countries first. Glenn explains how the stated ‘top priorities’ of the G7 — like equity, inclusive global economic recovery, and fighting climate change — show a ‘gigantic development’ forward for the World Economic Forum’s master plan. ► Click HERE to subscribe to Glenn Beck https://bit.ly/2UVLqhL ►Click HERE to subscribe to BlazeTV: https://www.blazetv.com/glenn Connect with Glenn on Social Media: http://twitter.com/glennbeck http://instagram.com/glennbeck http://facebook.com/glennbeck

The Great Reset Moves Forward

The Great Reset Moves Forward

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the quick summary here on uh joe biden
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is that he is working with the rest of
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the g7
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to launch a build back better world
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partnership
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if you’re not following the great reset
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you must because you will understand
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what is going on right now um
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it’s aimed mostly at the developing
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world
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uh build back better that’s i mean
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uh france uh is using that slogan
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uh england is using that slogan well
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that’s because they love joe biden no
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it didn’t come from joe biden right it
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came from the great reset
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and what they’re doing is essentially
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trying to establish the
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great reset in low income and middle
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income
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uh countries think africa first
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he made comments yesterday specifically
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noting the purpose of the plan to
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compete with
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china’s belton road initiative if you
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don’t know what the
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belt and road initiative is that’s
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that’s old chimey chinese speak
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for the road the silk road that they had
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coming out of china and all the trade
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would come and go up to
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europe and and the rest of the world and
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so now they have
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they’re calling it their belt and road
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initiative
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and the comments
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might solidify a few things that i have
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said in the past
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this is a gigantic development on this
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front
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i want you to listen to some of the
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comments
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uh that the president said he said hey
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folks how are you
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well good afternoon we just wrapped up
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what has been an extraordinary
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collaborative and productive meeting
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the g7 everyone at the table understood
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and understands both the seriousness
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and the challenge we’re up against and
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the responsibility of our proud
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democracies to step
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up and deliver for the rest of the world
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that’s what the gs7 is all about and
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rallying the world’s democracies
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to meet the challenges that the world
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faces
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do you remember what i told you
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yesterday he said was the challenge
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that the world faces that all of these
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democracies face
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can they actually respond
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fast enough like a communist or
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fascistic country
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can because china they they are
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public private partnerships with
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business
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and when i say that i mean
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the public the the government really
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kind of
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runs it and once in a while if
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one of the ceos doesn’t do what they say
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then they publicly execute them
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so it’s uh it’s great it’s a nice
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partnership
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um and that’s what they’re working on i
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mean not
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the execution of of you know uh ceos
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yet but this is what they’re working on
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uh he went on and said we have to
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deliver for
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people uh our people and for all people
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quite frankly everywhere and in a
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pandemic
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and maintaining robust support for an
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equitable
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inclusive global economic recovery
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where top priorities of our nations as
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we get together
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so the top priorities of the g7 equity
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which is equal outcomes inclusive
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global economic recovery which means
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you’ve got to serve the poor first
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and over the past few weeks the nations
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of the g7 have affirmed the democratic
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values that underpin
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everything we hope to achieve in our
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shared future
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that we’re committed to put them to work
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one delivering vaccines and
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ending the pandemic true two driving
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a substantial inclusive economic
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recovery
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around the world three fueling
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infrastructure development in places
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that most badly needed and four
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fighting climate change now i don’t know
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about you
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but when i think of the president going
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overseas and meeting with the g7
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i think wow i hope they’re
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i hope they’re all committed to a
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substantial inclusive
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economic recovery uh one that really
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just addresses uh climate change and
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that we we not only build our
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infrastructure
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which is costing trillions of dollars
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but we also build um africa’s
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infrastructure um because i just think
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that’s really good
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well the only way we’re going to meet
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the complement so thoroughly that
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you know we owe it to him obviously
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right
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right the only way we’re going to meet
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the global threats is by working
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together
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and with our partners and allies last
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time the g7 met there was no mention of
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china
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but this time there is a mention of
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china and g7 explicitly agreed to call
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out human rights abuses
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in xinjiang and
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hong kong explicitly two
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to coordinate common strategy to deal
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with china the non-market policies
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that undermine competition they’ve
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agreed and that’s underway now
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how to do that three to take serious
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actions against forced labor
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in solar agriculture and in the garment
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industries because
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that’s where it’s happening they’ve all
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agreed to do that
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by the way all of these are stated goals
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from
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the economic forum world economic forum
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of great reset he said i feel very
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strongly
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i propose that we have a democratic
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alternative to the belt and road
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initiative
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to build back better
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wow and by the way uh
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how much has our credibility been
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undermined by the fact that our
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government
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is running around the world telling
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everybody how racist we are
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and how awful we are uh about race
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and that our human rights are no better
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than anybody else’s
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and then we go to china and try to tell
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them about their human rights
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yeah it just it’s not working yeah china
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has already said don’t lecture us about
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human rights they’ve already said it
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you’re the most racist country on on the
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face of the earth
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so we have no credibility but remember
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you can’t have equity if americans
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have the wealth that we currently have
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you can’t
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because we are so far ahead of the rest
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of the world
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you have to tear us down and destroy our
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economy
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and also destroy the supremacy
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of the us dollar once you do that
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you destroy our wealth you destroy our
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dollar
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and then the world we can can think
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about equity
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and it’ll be really great because we’ll
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all be equal i mean
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some will be more equal than others
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but certainly will all be equal