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Delingpole: Sesame Street Sells Its Soul to the Great Reset

Delingpole: Sesame Street Sells Its Soul to the Great Reset

Postby smix » Sun Nov 22, 2020 9:42 pm

Delingpole: Sesame Street Sells Its Soul to the Great Reset
Breitbart News

URL: https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2020/1 ... eat-reset/
Category: Politics
Published: November 21, 2020

Description: "Give me a child until he is seven and I will show you the man."
Sesame Street has sold its soul — your children’s souls too, if you’ll let it — to the Great Reset. It has teamed up with the World Economic Forum (WEF) to make a series of videos brainwashing educating children about the vital importance of learning to live with the ‘New Normal’: wearing masks, maintaining six feet social distancing, gratefully accepting their vaccine shots, getting used to not playing with friends in person but just meeting them virtually on a screen… On a World Economic Forum podcast called ‘The Great Reset: Resetting education with Sesame Street’, the blue Sesame Street puppet Grover tells his impressionable young listeners:
“At first it was hard when nobody could go to school and I could not visit my friends like Elmo or, well, even Oscar the Grouch. But then we learned to have video play time. It was a lot of fun and made me feel better.”

Just in case any children fail to understand that the Great Reset is their friend, Grover is on hand to make a hilarious joke about it.
“I know a thing or two about resetting. I reset my alarm clock every morning. Hahahahahaha.”

Then he adds: “Resetting the entire world. That is a very big job.” At no point, obviously, does either Grover the blue sock puppet, or his handler Sherrie Westin — President of Social Impact and Philanthropy at Sesame Workshop — raise the possibility that the world might not actually need or want a ‘Great Reset’. Its importance is a given. On a separate video — one of a series — Grover encourages young children to wear masks and maintain six-foot social distancing in public. Again neither Grover nor his sinister controllers at the non-profit Sesame Workshop appear to be aware that these are deeply contentious positions, that many parents may be strongly opposed to their children wearing masks and highly sceptical about the need for them to maintain six-foot social distancing. “Caring for each other because we are all in this together,” says Grover. On a separate video, another Sesame Street character, Elmo, is shown going to the doctor to get a vaccine shot. The World Economic Forum’s Sesame Street website explains that this
“…helps a parent reassure a child why this is so important, and why it’s OK.”

Some of us are old enough to remember an era when this kind of blatant propaganda came only from countries behind the Iron Curtain and when we in the West treated it with the appropriate scorn and horror. This won’t be the case if the Great Reset gets its way. It will become the New Normal.
Delingpole: The Great Reset Is Not a Conspiracy Theory https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2020/1 ... cy-theory/
— Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) November 20, 2020

Delingpole: The Great Reset Is Not a Conspiracy Theory
Breitbart News

URL: https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2020/1 ... cy-theory/
Category: Politics
Published: November 20, 2020

Description: The Great Reset is not a conspiracy theory. But lots of useful idiots want you to believe that it is. Here’s an example:
The phrase has shot throughout the fringes of Right-Wing Twitter like a virus through a karaoke bar. According to Pauline Hanson of the Australian party One Nation it is an attempt to establish a ‘socialist left Marxist view of the world’. James Delingpole describes it as a ‘global communist takeover plan’.

You get the idea. Anyone who imagines that the Great Reset is a serious threat belongs on the crackpot fringe. I hear this a lot and it’s a point that needs addressing because if we’re not careful the bastards will get away with it. Just as the devil’s greatest trick was to persuade the world he didn’t exist, so it suits promoters of the Great Reset for people to believe they’re not serious about their plan — even despite the fact that every last detail is spelled out on the World Economic Forum’s website. And in its tweets (unless, like me, you’re blocked). And on the cover of Time magazine. And in books like the one WEF founder Klaus Schwab published this year titled COVID-19: the Great Reset.
How we’re resetting our future state #YGLs #GreatReset https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2020/08/ ... d19-crisis


— World Economic Forum (@wef) August 7, 2020

So why, given the weight of evidence, do so many wiseacres think they know better? The first reason is cowardice — or squeamishness if you prefer. No-one wants to believe that totalitarian rule is just around the corner (as it will be if the Great Reset is allowed to happen) because that’s a scary thought which many people would prefer not to entertain. It’s the equivalent of burying your head underneath the pillow to make the monsters go away — and lots of people do it long after childhood. In the late ’20s, for example, lots of supposedly intelligent and informed commentators pooh-poohed the notion that the funny little man with the moustache building a power base in Germany presented any kind of genuine threat. Sure he’d spelled out exactly what he planned in a 1925 manifesto called Mein Kampf. But c’mon — those Lederhosen, that hysterical oratory — no way was he going to lead a level-headed, war-chastened people like the Germans into another insane global conflict… The second reason is tone policing. Tone policing is a game played mostly by the left but which has been unthinkingly copied by the squishier sort of conservative. It’s a way of closing down arguments you disagree with or which make you uncomfortable. Instead of actually addressing the argument itself, you focus on a rhetorical flourish you consider to be overly dramatic or a word you find inapt — and use that to imply that this invalidates your opponent’s case. So, in the piece mentioned above, the author invokes the word “conspiracy” to imply that the whole notion is a bit tinfoil hat; and the word “communist” in order argue that the Great Reset is actually more of a “capitalist” endeavour — as if somehow these nitpicking debating points suddenly make the Great Reset OK.
The Great Reset – a blueprint for a better world after #COVID https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2020/06/ ... us-podcast @KGeorgieva @SharanBurrow #TheGreatReset @RobinPomeroyEd


— World Economic Forum (@wef) November 17, 2020

But the Great Reset is not OK. It really doesn’t matter whether you want to cast its masterplan — which remember, ultimately includes the abolition of private property — as communist or fascist or technocratic. The much more important point is that it represents a totalitarian takeover by a small, powerful, oppressive, unelected elite which will leave the rest of us impoverished, immiserated, and deprived of our liberty. As for the “conspiracy” word, this has now become the lazy get-out of choice for anyone who wants to challenge a conservative argument about left-wing skullduggery without actually having to go to the trouble of making a counter-argument. You think President Trump just had the election stolen? Nah. You’re just a conspiracy theorist… I addressed the ‘c’ word before in my book Watermelons — about the global warming scare and the environmentalist agenda (which, I need hardly tell you, has nothing to do with saving the environment and is everything to do with politics, green on the outside, red on the inside). No, I don’t think “climate change” is a conspiracy, I patiently explained — precisely in order to avoid the lazy dismissal that I’m a kook. No one sat round in a darkened, smoke-filled room planning this stuff. Rather, it’s what I call a “concatenation of mutual interes”. That is, crony capitalists, hair shirt eco loons, left-wing radicals, shyster politicians, and dodgy scientists all have very different personal reasons for getting involved with the scam. But it happens that the scam suits all their differing needs just perfectly. Another phrase for this is “convergent opportunism”.
The Great Reset: Harnessing the Fourth Industrial Revolution https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2020/10/ ... revolution @paulkagame @ivanduque @marietjeschaake


— World Economic Forum (@wef) October 20, 2020

It’s because of my research on Watermelons that I’m so disinclined to treat The Great Reset as just the crazed ramblings of a few globalist loons with an inflated sense of their own importance. No, I know it’s real because I’ve seen variations on it before. These people and their ideological confreres have been talking about it for decades. Sometimes it comes under the United Nations codename Agenda 21 (or LA 21), which has now been updated as Agenda 2030. Sometimes it comes under the catch-all phrase — at once vague and extremely dangerous — “sustainability”. Sometimes it’s known as the “fourth industrial revolution” (though “deindustrial apocalypse” would be more accurate). It’s a plan whose blueprint you’ll find embedded everywhere — in local government policy plans, in speeches by prime ministers, at UN conferences like the annual COP events such as the one at Paris whose Paris Accord President Trump sensibly pulled out of because he knows a rat when he smells one… The reason it has become so pressing and urgent and frightening and newsworthy now is simply that the pandemic of 2020 has been seized, Rahm Emmanuel style, as the crisis the globalists won’t let go to waste… What does the Great Reset look like? How is it already affecting your life and stealing your freedoms? I’ll explain in my next piece. You need to know this stuff. Forewarned is forearmed. Only then can the resistance begin.
Welcome to 2030. I own nothing, have no privacy, and life has never been better wef.ch/2yP0008 #gfc17
— World Economic Forum (@wef) November 10, 2017

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