The Great Reset and Build Back Better movements are the work of Sir Klaus Martin Schwab. Schwab founded the European Management Forum in 1971. In 1987, he transformed the EMF into the World Economic Forum (WEF), to promote tikkun olam. Schwab was a member of the Peres Centre for Peace, and a member of the steering committee of the tikkun olam Bilderberg Group. In 1998, Schwab founded the tikkun olam Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship. In 2004, Schwab, using a million dollar gift from Israel’s Dan David Foundation, created the tikkun olam Forum of Young Global Leaders. In 2011, he founded the tikkun olam Global Shapers Community. In 2018, the General Secretary of the Communist Party of China and PRC President Xi Jinping, the entire Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, Vice-President Wang Qishan, and Premier Li Keqiang, presented Schwab with the China Reform Friendship Medal, for his services to the Communist Party of China and his promotion of Communism (Zionism).
The Great Reset will be the theme of a unique twin summit to be convened by the World Economic Forum (WEF) in January, 2021. The 51st World Economic Forum Annual Meeting will bring together global leaders from government, business and civil society, and stakeholders from around the world in a unique configuration that includes both in-person and virtual dialogues.
“We only have one planet and we know that climate change could be the next global disaster with even more dramatic consequences for humankind.
We have to decarbonise the economy in the short window still remaining and bring our thinking and behaviour once more into harmony with nature,” said Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum.
“A great reset is necessary to build a new social contract that honours the dignity of every human being,” added Schwab
“The global health crisis has laid bare the unsustainability of our old system in terms of social cohesion, the lack of equal opportunities and inclusiveness. Nor can we turn our backs on the evils of racism and discrimination.
“We need to build into this new social contract our intergenerational responsibility to ensure that we live up to the expectations of young people.”
“Covid-19 has accelerated our transition into the age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. We have to make sure that the new technologies in the digital, biological and physical world remain human-centred and serve society as a whole, providing everyone with fair access,” he said.
Mr Schwab also pointed out that the global pandemic had demonstrated again how interconnected the world now is.
“We have to restore a functioning system of smart global cooperation structured to address the challenges of the next 50 years. The Great Reset will require us to integrate all stakeholders of global society into a community of common interest, purpose and action,” said Schwab.