The G20 is a summit of the world’s major economies. Its members are responsible for more than 80% of the world’s gross domestic product, 75% of global trade, and 60% of the world’s total population. The G20 is made up of 19 countries and the European Union. The 19 countries are Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, France, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Mexico, the Russian Federation, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, the UK, and the US.
On November 13-14, 2022, the Group of Twenty (G20) met in Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia, for their seventeenth annual summit, under the theme ‘Recover Together, Recover Stronger.’ While these hypocrite “elites” dined on Wagyu beef, they furthered their plans for the masses to own nothing and eat fake lab-grown meat and bugs.
Both Bill Gates, a business mogul and philanthropist, and World Economic Forum (WEF) founder and executive chairman Klaus Schwab were present at this year’s summit. Klaus Schwab, founder of the World Economic Forum (WEF), put forward the proposal to restructure the world. The B20 is the official G20 dialogue forum with the international business community.
“What we have to confront is a deep systemic and structural restructuring of our world. And this will take some time. And the world may look differently after … [the] transition process,” Schwab said at the B20 summit on Nov. 14. As to the negative effects of such restructuring, Schwab pointed to the example of a company.
During a business restructuring, some costs will be written off and shareholders will suffer, the WEF head said. In the same way, the restructuring of an economy will result in “a reduction of disposable income which can lead to extensive social tensions,” he admitted.
Schwab also talked about the Fourth Industrial Revolution, which foresees significant changes to society and industries from rising interconnectivity and automation.
During the Fourth Industrial Revolution, advanced technologies like artificial intelligence, robotics, gene editing, and so on are expected to blur the boundaries among the biological, physical, and digital worlds.
During his speech, Schwab talked about using the metaverse, a term referring to a single, universal virtual world, “to create much deeper and much more extensive and comprehensive global dialogues.” Schwab also pushed for more cooperation between the government and corporate sector.
“Governments and businesses have to cooperate in order to become a fast fish. Because in our world of today, it’s not anymore so much [about] a big fish who eats the small fish but it is a fast fish who eats the slow fish.”
The groups that move first to adopt the Fourth Industrial Revolution will automatically win the race. The winners will “take it all.”
The WEF Agenda
The WEF is a network of major multinational businesses that cooperates with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). It is also a strategic partner of the United Nations on Agenda 2030, which refers to the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Intended as a means to “transforming our world,” Agenda 2030 has been called a “master plan for humanity” by various officials at the UN. Its 17 goals cover almost every aspect of human life and the economy. In the past, the WEF attracted attention by predicting that by 2030, “you’ll own nothing, and you’ll be happy.”
In an interview with Breitbart last month, Michael Walsh, author of “Against the Great Reset: Eighteen Theses Contra the New World Order,” warned that WEF’s “Great Reset” program aims to cut down human population and restrict freedoms by using excuses like public health and climate change.
“The Great Reset wants to keep you locked down … They want fewer people in the world … But they need you where they can see you,” Walsh said.
“The idea of mobility, which America is founded on … well, they don’t like that. That makes them very, very uncomfortable,” he added. “What they also don’t like is freedom. They need you as a consumer. It’s the matrix, really.”
The G20 put out a PDF document named – “2022 G20 Bali Update on the G20 Action Plan on the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and G20 Development Commitments” following the summit. This document tracks the progress and status of active G20 development commitments. In addition to ensuring accountability and transparency, the Bali Update also helps future G20 presidencies optimize the G20’s contribution to SDGs and G20 development commitments.
What’s in it? From page 38:
In the section Collective and Concrete Actions by Working Groups and Workstreams Contributing to the Implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, specifically under SDS Global Health, the following passage can be found:
“Acknowledge the importance of shared technical standards to facilitate seamless international travel, interoperability, and recognizing digital and non-digital solutions aligned with countries’ relevant legal provisions including those used for COVID-19 proof of vaccination or verification of tests as well as the IHR (2005) which provides an overarching legal framework for addressing public health emergencies that have the potential to cross borders”
“Endeavour to move towards interoperability of systems including mechanisms that validate proof of vaccination, whilst respecting the sovereignty of national health policies, and relevant national regulations such as personal data protection and data-sharing.
“Acknowledge that continued global cooperation is necessary to build trust between countries. Support continued international dialogue and collaboration on the establishment of trusted global digital health networks as part of efforts to strengthen prevention and response to future pandemics.”
“Further steps should capitalize and build on the success of the existing standards and digital COVID19 certificates.”