Monday, November 21, 2022

The Great Reset Roadmap

The global political ruling class has released a document that plainly lays out the roadmap for the Great Reset aka Build Back Better agenda.


Here is the cover page for the G20 Action Plan on the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and G20 Development Commitments and here is a link to the entire document should you wish to peruse it yourself:



With both Bill Gates and Klaus Schwab being in attendance, you can assure yourself that their requirements for the Great Reset have been included in the 2022 edition of our collective roadmap for the future.  Let's look at some key excerpts, keeping in mind that "sustainable development" plays a key role in the future.  In case you have forgotten, here is a graphic showing the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) which forms the foundation for the Great Reset roadmap:


...and a video which briefly outlines the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development:



Here is a quote from the document showing how this document is rebranding the Great Reset which has not particularly been well received by thinking serfs:


"Recover Together, Recover Stronger: Reaffirming Global Partnership and Reinvigorating Multilateralism in Fostering Recovery and 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development"

Here are some of their plans for our collective futures (my bolds throughout) by subject matter:


1.) Environment (page 21 and 22) which includes behavioural modification for the serf class:


a.) Support scaling up sustainable finance for protecting, conserving, sustainably using and restoring all ecosystems, such as but not limited to surface and ground water wetlands including peatlands and mangroves, coral reefs, forest, marine and other unique ecosystems with close cooperation and collaboration with the G20 Sustainable Finance Working Group and the Finance track of the G20, and call for additional progress in addressing the priority actions identified in the G20 Sustainable Finance Roadmap for stepping up G20-led efforts concerning finance for nature, biodiversity, circular economy and resource efficiency, water, sanitation and social issues.


b.) Strengthen policies to enhance the participation in sustainable finance of public and private financial institutions, including multilateral development banks (MDBs), and other relevant public and private institutions.


c.) Highlight the role of fiscal policies that can play as an effective instrument to foster behavioral changes in businesses and consumers for steering the economy on the whole towards greater sustainability, leaving no one behind and encourage initiatives to scale up and maximize these instruments, including through international partnerships among countries to finance land protection, conservation, sustainable management and restoration programs and projects.


2.) Digital Economy (page 23) noting that the digital economy is key to the implementation of CBDCs, digital identities and ultimately control over the serf class:


a.) Acknowledged the role of digital connectivity as an essential enabler of digital inclusion and digital transformation and recognized the need to protect digital infrastructure. It demonstrated the complex interplay between digital connectivity and the social context within which the technology is embedded for expanding connectivity through the provision of policy and regulatory frameworks to support the achievement of the SDGs.


b.) Foster the discussion on enabling digital identity systems to harness the benefits of the digital economy.


3.) Agriculture (page 24) noting that Bill Gates, the world's foremost clean hands, non-farmer farmer and a very heavy promoter of technological advances in agriculture that will ultimately benefit him:


a.) Committed to step up efforts to enhance sustainable agriculture and food systems and highlight the fundamental priority of safeguarding food security and the importance of both adaptation and mitigation for climate resilient agriculture.


b.) Acknowledge the role of digital technologies in promoting sustainable agriculture and food systems, and therefore supports a G20 digital food and agriculture knowledge-sharing product (through report or website).


4.) Energy/Energy Transition (pages 29 and 30):


a.) Sets out voluntary multiyear actions to get on track to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and lays pathways towards net zero emissions or carbon neutrality according to national circumstances--in line with the principles of clean, sustainable, just, affordable, and inclusive transitions.


b.) Increase International cooperation in technological solutions through reducing emissions, including in the power and energy-intensive (hard-to-abate) industries & sectors. This technology improvement must be supported by funding, innovation, and Research, Development, Demonstration, Dissemination & Deployment (RDDD&D) in maximizing the available technology and integrating it with the next generation technology.


At the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting back in February 2022 and which was reaffirmed in this roadmap, this was discussed as quoted in the roadmap:


"Recognize that policy mix toward carbon neutrality and net zero should include a full range of fiscal, market and regulatory mechanisms including, if appropriate, the use of carbon pricing mechanisms and incentives, and phase out and rationalize, over the medium term, inefficient fossil fuel subsidies that encourage wasteful consumption and commit to achieve this objective, while providing targeted support to the poorest and most vulnerable, and in line with national circumstances. Recognize that G20 Finance Track policy dialogue on the macroeconomic and fiscal impact of climate change policies could benefit from further technical work.


5.) Trade and Investment (pages 29 and 30):


Ensure trade and environment policies are mutually supportive, consistent with WTO and multilateral environmental agreements and should allow for the optimal use of the world's resources as a contribution to accelerating progress towards the achievement of SDGs, including on affordable and clean energy, on industry, innovation and infrastructure, on sustainable consumption and climate actions, life below water, and life on land.


6.) Climate and Green Finance (pages 36 and 37):


a.) Reiterate that our policy mix toward carbon neutrality and net zero should include a full range of fiscal, market and regulatory mechanisms including, as appropriate, the use of carbon pricing and non-pricing mechanisms and incentives, and phase out and rationalize, over the medium term, inefficient fossil fuel subsidies that encourage wasteful consumption and commit to achieve this objective, while providing targeted support to the poorest and most vulnerable, and in line with national circumstances.


b.) Recognize the challenges faced by many developing countries in accessing finance and technology for that purpose. In this regard, urge the fulfilment of the commitment made by developed countries, to the goal of mobilizing jointly USD 100 billion in climate finance per year by 2020 and annually through to 2025 to address the needs of developing countries, in the context of meaningful mitigation actions and transparency on implementation.


7.) Global Health (pages 37 and 38) recalling the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation's funding of the World Health Organization and a myriad of other health-related NGOs and well as his deep affection for all things vaccine-related and the move toward digital vaccine passports during the COVID-19 pandemic:


a.) Commit to nurturing under WHO coordination an ecosystem of manufacturing and research and development, which encourages strong collaboration between academia, government, research institutions, civil society, philanthropic foundations, international organizations, and private entities as well as acknowledge the importance of public-private partnership, technology transfer, and knowledge sharing on voluntary and mutually agreed terms.


b.) Acknowledge the importance of shared technical standards to facilitate seamless international travel, interoperability, and recognizing digital and non-digital solutions aligned with countries’ relevant legal provisions including those used for COVID-19 proof of vaccination or verification of tests as well as the IHR (2005) which provide an overarching legal framework for addressing public health emergencies that have the potential to cross borders.


c.) Endeavour to move towards interoperability of systems including mechanisms that validate proof of vaccination, whilst respecting the sovereignty of national health policies, and relevant national regulations such as personal data protection and data-sharing.


b.) Support science to shorten the cycle for the development, manufacturing, and distribution of safe and effective VTDs, with the ambition to develop VTDs (vaccines, therapeutics and diagnostics) from 300 to 100 days in the long term acknowledging the differences in challenges to develop vaccines compared to therapeutics and diagnostics, following the identification of such threats while maintaining strong regulatory oversight and public confidence, and work to make them affordable and widely available.


Just in case you thought that they may have forgotten, the meeting covered this very important topic:


"Strengthening financial resilience, including monitoring and discuss the risks associated with volatile international capital flows, discuss the drivers of currency usage in trade and finance as well as developing local currency capital markets, and discuss macro-financial implications of Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs) for the international monetary and financial system."

Let's close this posting with a screen capture of the G20 Bali Leaders' Declaration as found on the White House website, showing the world how the Biden Administration has bought into the Great Reset roadmap:


I believe that is enough to digest for this posting.  At the 2022 G20 meeting, the most influential members of the  global aristocracy has succinctly outlined its roadmap for our futures and the dystopia that we will face if they are enacted.  Our only hope is that there is a "Great Awakening" and that the majority of human beings realize that this systemic restructuring is in the best interest of a very small percentage of the world's inhabitants and not being undertaken with the best interests of the vast majority of humanity.


In closing and just so you are aware of how this group of influential individuals pays little attention to detail, here is a screen cap showing one of two misspellings of "geopolitical" in their document:


If they can't even use a spell checker, why would we trust them with the entire globe?


  1. To quote Mike Tyson, "Everybody has a plan until they are punched in the face." Let's see how far these maniacs try to push it. ITM

  2. All this dovetails with the ideas and vision the WEF has floated. This became visible when WEF public relations released a video entitled: “8 Predictions for the World in 2030. Its 2030 agenda offers a telling glimpse into what the technocratic elite has in store for the rest of us. It promotes the idea that by 2030 "You will own nothing. And you'll be happy. More in the article below.