A major plank of the Great Reset platform is reducing or ending fossil fuel use. Joe Biden’s opening attack on the oil industry shows that he’s willing to do the bidding of the Davos billionaires, despite what it means for American jobs and the cost of living of poor and middle class Americans who will suffer the higher prices of fuel and energy.
David Baker and Ari Natter report:
Oil and gas companies knew they would face a fight with President Joe Biden, who had campaigned on tackling climate change. Nobody expected fossil fuel to come under such an immediate attack.
Biden didn’t quietly sidetrack the Keystone XL pipeline with legal manoeuvres. The new president yanked the permit on his very first day in office, blocking a project that would have delivered crude from Alberta’s oilsands before even speaking to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
He didn’t simply rejoin the Paris climate pact, as he promised during the campaign, but had his climate adviser, Gina McCarthy, commit Wednesday to “the most aggressive” carbon cut the U.S. can make. That came just before Biden signed a climate-related executive order suspending new oil and gas leases on public lands, directing federal agencies to purchase electric cars by the thousands and seeking to end fossil-fuel subsidies.
It all left the oil industry stunned on what the Biden team had pitched as Climate Day. Fossil fuel stocks have plunged on his actions, and banks including Goldman Sachs Group Inc. have warned of a drop in U.S. crude supplies. “The industry is aghast at these changes,” Dan Eberhart, chief executive of oil-field services company Canary Drilling Services, said in an interview. “They are more direct, more fierce and quicker than what folks expected.”
There were warning signs of course. When Biden made America’s chief Davos acolyte, John Kerry, his climate czar, it should have been apparent that the administration would be pushing its anti-jobs, anti-affordable living, globalist agenda.
‘You Will Own Nothing’
Meanwhile, Asia Times‘ Pepe Escobar warns readers of the imminent Great Reset sessions that will alter the “social contract” in order to strip you of your possessions, and leave you owning nothing.
The virtual Davos Agenda is finally on, from Monday to Friday this week, promoted by the World Economic Forum (WEF).
No, this is not The Great Reset. At least not yet. The Agenda is the aperitivo towards the Great Reset apotheosis at the WEF’s Special Annual Meeting, which will take place this coming spring in Singapore.
The Agenda’s theme for 2021 is “A Crucial Year to Rebuild Trust.”
Oops. Davos, we got a problem: trust is always earned, never built.
Trust, anyway, in Davos speak, must always lead towards – what else – the Great Reset, introduced here in a Tik Tok-ready clip crammed with catchy slogans such as “a new dashboard for the new economy” or “right people, right place, right time”.
The message clincher is “tune in, turn on, get involved”, borrowing shamelessly from 1960s Timothy Leary (but ditching “drop out”).
It obviously escaped the clip’s producers that their P.R. opus indirectly admits to rigged elections and blanket censorship on social media.
The Agenda’s P.R. blitz must have a hard time dismissing the predominant perception this is all about Davos Man – and Woman – losing their sleep over global wealth inequality while enthusiastically applauded by a bunch of glitterati sociopaths.
Onwards with the sessions.
Here’s your new social contract
On day one, a “Leadership Panel” examined how to restore growth, advising the public and private sectors on how to build a “new economic agenda”. Sleep-inducing platitudes were the norm.
WEF’s Agenda sessions cannot possibly address the iron imperative: the implosion of the old economic order under a Green camouflage, conducted by self-appointed, sub-Platonic sages which belong to the world’s wealthiest, will only benefit this 0.0001%.
The Great Reset is not an organic grassroots movement coordinated and benefitting the over 99%. It will lead, inevitably, to techno-feudalism, as I previously argued. Herr Schwab, the Oracle of Ravensburg and Davos supremo, insists in his writings “you will own nothing”.
How does techno-feudalism sound to you?
You recently read about “Herr Schwab” and his book. You know there’s something wrong with billionaires asking regular people to forgo their best interests in order to achieve the goals set by the elites at Davos.
That’s what Joe Biden is doing right now. He’s asking Americans to give up their lives to the billionaire agenda.
Action Line: Insulate yourself from the Great Reset however you can. That means building an “island” for yourself. Get started today.