The Cutten Group Tokyo Japan on the Great Reset Agenda for 2030

The Cutten Group Tokyo Japan on the Great Reset Agenda for 2030

Far from being a conspiracy theory, the Great Reset is a real agenda that the World Economic Forum (WEF) and other global entities are pushing to be implemented by 2030. The 2030 Great Reset Agenda has garnered controversies due to what various freedom rights advocates and activists claim as restrictions on human freedom, particularly freedom of privacy.

The 2030 Great Reset Agenda is a multi-faceted program that affects various industry and societal sectors, such as public health, transportation, and communications technology. However, the World Economic Forum’s 2030 Great Reset Agenda can be classified according to its three pillars: nano-surveillance, digital finance, and the social credit system.

3 Pillars of the WEF 2030 ‘Great Reset’ Agenda

Pillar One: Surveillance

The WEF wants to implement global mass surveillance through digital identity (ID) technology. The WEF says that a digital ID will increase security and minimize the risks of fraud and illegal activities, but it might also be required to access basic services, such as accessing one’s bank account, social media profiles, traveling, and any activity or service that requires identity verification.

All consumer data is held by the government. Many people fear that the government’s monopoly on sensitive data will make it extremely easy for them to control and manipulate public opinion and limit citizens’ freedom by blocking individuals from access to services by deactivating or red-tagging an individual’s digital ID.

A person’s habits and preferences can also be easily tracked through a digital ID, such as his or her online activities, transactions, spending habits and purchases, location, music tastes and preferences, social media posts, and emails.

A court in Kenya declared that digital IDs were a violation of privacy laws. The country’s digital ID program called National Integrated Identity Management System (NIIMS) was ruled illegal due to its failure to document privacy risks and provide safety measures for handling confidential user data.

In all, there seem to be legitimate concerns about digital IDs violating a person’s right to privacy. But the WEF wants to go even further in terms of surveillance and bulldoze privacy rights by proposing not just any digital ID, but a microchip digital ID that can be inserted in the human body! According to Klaus Schwab in his book The Fourth Industrial Revolution, a system similar to the RFID used for tracking goods and services may become applicable to humans, where a fusion of digital, physical, and biological identity can meet in the future.

The WEF calls this ‘The Internet of Bodies’ where it is possible to collect physical bodily data through nanotechnology that can be easily implanted or attached to human bodies.

Pillar Two: Finance

Over the last few years, the WEF has been promoting the slogan ‘You will own nothing and you will be happy.’ The WEF wants to encourage people to stop owning more things – a house, a car, gadgets, and anything that you can own – in favor of ‘communal ownership’ where people share things instead of owning private goods and properties.

Digital currency and cashless transactions are other trends the WEF is pushing to further monopolize government control and surveillance. Although the majority of countries surveyed still prefer to use cash for daily use, the WEF thinks cashless digital transactions are better since they believe it is more efficient and comes with better security features.

Cryptocurrencies have become legitimate investments over the decade and their decentralized feature makes them ubiquitous. However, the WEF plans to create a centralized cryptocurrency that is directly owned and regulated by the government through the Central Bank Digital Currency system or CBDC. The national CBDC aims to replace all privately owned banks to act as one big bank and ‘cut the middleman’.

The biggest drawback to CBDCs is their potential to be used as a tool by the government to control an individual’s spending and financial discretion. Every transaction will be recorded in a blockchain ledger. Integrated with a highly sophisticated digital ID, your government can create a full consumer profile that tracks down your every purchase and spending habits, which will also make it easy for them to freeze your account for suspected fraudulent or unauthorized transactions.

Pillar Three: Social Credit System Scoring

A social credit system is a government program where it ranks how good or bad of a citizen you are based on your daily activities. China is the first country that has fully implemented this social credit ranking system, where citizens are monitored daily using digital footprints and ranked in terms of how they are contributing positively or negatively to their country.

A person’s travel history, video game habits, driving history, television preferences, online or offline purchases, and especially their social media posts are tracked down by the government. If a person ranks too low due to performing activities the government deems bad, he or she can lose access to basic services like applying for bank loans, obtaining government documents, enrolling one’s children at certain schools, and even pet ownership.

To get a high score and be deemed a good citizen, one needs to obtain digital points by doing things that the government promotes or approves of, such as being subjected to facial recognition scans and filing information at every restaurant you go to, to name a few.

Although the World Economic Forum (WEF) is merely a lobby organization, it is alarming that it has so much influence on public policies despite not being democratically elected nor vested with political authority.  Even if its members are mega-corporations and multi-billionaires who want to lobby their interests to the public, they do not have the authority to implement restrictive policies that are harmful to society.

The full implications of a Great Reset are still unknown, but one thing is certain – it will affect various aspects of society and our daily lives. Alarms have been raised: it is definitely wise to brace one’s self from the potential catastrophes of such an ambitious agenda.

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