2030 is just under a decade away, and for the last century or more, the United States has stood as the strongest Nation amongst all odds. Wars, economic crises, cultural upheavals, political dynasties, and more have tried to bring the single hegemonic force to an end, yet failed. However, according to the World Economic Forum, the end of our dominance is near.
According to the WEF Predictions for 2030, written in 2016, “There will be no single hegemonic force, but instead a handful of countries – the U.S., Russia, China, Germany, India, and Japan chief among them – exhibiting semi-imperial tendencies.”
The United States stands as a free nation, and as a result, both culturally and economically, will clash with Russia, China, and Germany’s individual twists on socialism and communism. Unless, of course, the United States makes the grand shift towards the aforementioned.
Enter, The Great Reset, thanks to the Covid Pandemic, globalists, and Nation States, the world over, have called for what they are calling ‘The Great Reset’ of Capitalism. The Great Reset refers to the agenda of changing shareholder economics into what they call stakeholder capitalism.
The ideology was tried before; “It was launched by the 1932 management classic, The Modern Corporation, and Private Property by Adolf A. Berle and Gardiner C. Means. The idea was that public firms should have professional managers who would balance the claims of different stakeholders, taking into account public policy. For the next 40 years, it was the general approach of big business in the U.S.
When many big firms attempted to implement it over decades, the perpetual need throughout the organization to keep balancing conflicting claims among stakeholders led to mass confusion and what came to be known as garbage can organizations. This, in turn, eventually provoked a resort to MSV, the very thing for which big business is now being assailed.
The fatal flaw in 20th Century stakeholder capitalism was that it offered unviable guidance on what is “true north” for a corporation. If big business attempts afresh to implement stakeholder capitalism, it seems likely to fail for this very reason.”
The Great Reset, though, will not just stop there. “We need to design policies to align with investment in people and the environment,” said the general secretary of the International Trade Union Confederation, Sharan Burrow. “But above all, the longer-term perspective is about rebalancing economies.”
Rebalancing economies essentially redefines how our world currently operates. The United States has long held the key hegemonic position as the world leader. Still, with the reach and scope of their agenda, the Globalists plan to reset the liberal world order, one in which there is not a single economic force, rather multiple.
“Every country, from the United States to China, must participate, and every industry, from oil and gas to tech, must be transformed,” wrote Klaus Schwab, the founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, in an article published on WEF’s website. “In short, we need a ‘Great Reset’ of capitalism.”
Alarmingly, the WEF, World Economic Forum, is calling for the use of socialistic programs; “The world needs massive new government programs and far-reaching policies comparable to those offered by American socialists such as Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) in their Green New Deal plan.”
Details regarding the Great Reset Agenda are not expected until January 2021; however it’s clear that The Party at Davos plans to use the Coronavirus Pandemic as their chief excuse to reset the economy; “We have a golden opportunity to seize something good from this crisis — its unprecedented shockwaves may well make people more receptive to big visions of change,” said Prince Charles at the meeting, adding later, “It is an opportunity we have never had before and may never have again.”
Will the United States cease to be the sole leader of the free world? Only time will tell. Regardless, 2030 is just around the corner.