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Fourth Industrial Revolution by Klaus Schwab (2016)

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A precursor to the Great Reset, here is Klaus Schwab of the World Economic Forum laying down the plans in 2016.




The impact on people


"The Fourth Industrial Revolution, finally, will change not only what we do but also who we are. It will affect our identity and all the issues associated with it: our sense of privacy, our notions of ownership, our consumption patterns, the time we devote to work and leisure, and how we develop our careers, cultivate our skills, meet people, and nurture relationships. It is already changing our health and leading to a “quantified” self, and sooner than we think it may lead to human augmentation.


One of the greatest individual challenges posed by new information technologies is privacy. We instinctively understand why it is so essential, yet the tracking and sharing of information about us is a crucial part of the new connectivity. Debates about fundamental issues such as the impact on our inner lives of the loss of control over our data will only intensify in the years ahead. Similarly, the revolutions occurring in biotechnology and AI, which are redefining what it means to be human by pushing back the current thresholds of life span, health, cognition, and capabilities, will compel us to redefine our moral and ethical boundaries."




At 1.30 into the video (2016) it's no coincidence imo both Joe and Jill Biden are in the first row. The Presidents are always planned in advance. Also in the

front row is Leonardo DiCaprio who's part of the gang, teaming up with Bill Gates as investors in the Company Beyond Meat, which was marketed as a natural

vegan product.


Beyond Meat’s “Plant-Based” Burger Contains Synthetic Methylcellulose.






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Fourth Industrial Revolution Center opened in Riyadh

28 July 2021


"In his address, Professor Klaus Schwab congratulated the Kingdom for inaugurating the Fourth Industrial Revolution Center, which aims to harness new technologies with the best principles of flexible governance, which need government, business and civil society together to make technology a force for good and ensure that society benefits from it.


Sheila Warren, deputy head of the Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution Network and Head of Blockchain Platform, said: “Recognizing digital economy is something global in nature; the innovations we’re building are eventually intended to connect citizens and enable them to participate in that digital economy.”





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