World Economic Forum founder Klaus Schwab announced a new globalist initiative called the Great Narrative during a summit in Dubai last week.
“We are here to develop the Great Narrative, a story for the future,” said Schwab on Thursday, joined by United Arab Emirates Minister of Cabinet Affairs Mohammad Abdullah Al-Gergawi.
“In order to shape the future, you have first to imagine the future, you have to design the future, and then you have to execute it.”
“Here, I think the next two days, we will look [to] how we imagine, how we design, how we execute the great narrative, how we define the story of our world for the future,” he added.
Schwab blamed “self-centered” people and the “complexity of the world” for the globalists’ inability to completely control mankind’s future.
“People have become much more self-centered, and to a certain extent, egoistic. In such a situation it is much more difficult to create a compromise because shaping the future, designing the future usually needs a common will of the people,” he told the audience.
“The world has become so complex. Simple solutions to complex problems do not suffice anymore.”
“You have today, not anymore separation between social, political, technological, ecological — it’s all interwoven,” he added.
Describing the WEF’s history, Scwhab also claimed the organization’s “fourth industrial revolution” will “benefit” humanity, referring to his Great Reset initiative to deindustrialize the West in the name of fighting climate change.