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Klaus Schwab's daughter: 'Permanent climate shockdowns are coming - like it or not'

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Klaus Schwab's daughter: "Permanent climate lockdowns are coming - like it or not"

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The daughter of World Economic Forum founder Klaus Schwab has boasted that permanent "climate shocks" are on the way, whether people want them or not. Nicole Schwab said the COVID pandal was a "great opportunity" to test how the public would follow the WEF's plans to launch the WEF's Great Reset.

According to Schwab's descendant, the WEF's promotion of "climate emergency" aims to "create a change that is not incremental... to put nature at the heart of the economy".

Nicole Schwab admitted this in a recently revealed video recorded during a panel discussion at the WEF in 2020.

The WEF lists Nicole Schwab as a member of the WEF "Executive Committee", who is also co-director of the Platform to Accelerate Nature-Based Solutions and

A group of WEF participants discussed how the fake threat of an "imminent emergency" can be used to promote the WEF's "Great Reset" plan for humanity.

"This [COVID crisis] has shown us that, first of all, things can change very quickly when we take it into our minds and when we feel an immediate emergency for our livelihoods," declares Nicole Schwab.

"And secondly, that the system you mentioned earlier, the one we had before, is clearly not sustainable."

"So I see it as a huge opportunity to have this great reboot and to use these huge flows of money - to use the greater leverage now available to policymakers - in a way that was not possible before to bring about a change that is not incremental, but after which we can look back and say that this was the moment when we really started to put nature at the heart of the economy."

"Taking a business and economic perspective and looking at where there are opportunities to create jobs and regenerate nature."

"There are many opportunities, and this is once again a mindset where innovation technology and business growth can happen through the positive influence of nature, and here are some examples." "And the opportunities are many."

"Of course, renewable agriculture is also a huge part of this," Schwab continued.

"And one of the main areas of reflection is also the engagement of young people, and I think it's again, I go back to this change in mindset, that can we think of ourselves as human beings?"."

"I mean, you were talking about a new humanity, I think you mentioned that, didn't you?"

"Can we see ourselves as a return generation?"

"I think we have to go there."

"I am also hopeful that it is possible, but I think it will take a lot of will, both political will and also from the business community to break away from business as usual, but very seriously and say we have to make very difficult choices."

"Compromises have to be made, but this is our chance, and it's about risk and flexibility, because the shocks to come will be even worse if we don't do it now." reports: The WEF has been pushing the idea of "climate locks" since the birth of Covid.

In an article published by the WEF, the organisation praises how "billions" of people followed Covid's "restrictions".

The unelected organisation goes on to claim that citizens would do the same under the guise of reducing "carbon emissions".

Entitled "My Carbon: The article suggests that the same scare tactics could be used to impose new "restrictions" on the general public.

The article is about how to convince people to adopt "personal carbon reduction programmes".

Schwab's group says that improvements in monitoring and surveillance technology will help overcome "political resistance" to such programmes.

"COVID-19 was a test of social responsibility," the article says.

It goes on to boast how "huge numbers of unimaginable public health restrictions were adopted by billions of citizens around the world".

"Globally, there were numerous examples of maintaining social distances, wearing masks, mass vaccinations and adopting contact tracing applications for public health, demonstrating the core of individual social responsibility," adds the WEF.

The organisation goes on to cite how so many people complied with lockdown orders despite overwhelming evidence of the harmful consequences of such restrictions on society.

The WEF then suggests that citizens should behave with equal humility in other areas of life.