Bill Gates Calls to 'Accelerate' the 'Great Reset' with 'Aggressive' Carbon Taxes
'Rich countries have to play a central role'
Microsoft founder Bill Gates has called for an "aggressive" implementation of carbon taxes in order to accelerate the "great reset" by forcing rich western nations to alter their entire industry sectors.
Gates said, “rich countries have to play a central role, both funding RND and having policies, in some cases carbon taxes will be used to drive the demand for these clean products.”
“Only by doing that in an aggressive way will the economic costs be brought down enough that we can turn to all the middle-income countries and say ‘OK, change your whole cement industry, change your whole steel industry,’” Gates added.
“The number of companies working on these things is very exciting,” Gates proclaimed.
The billionaire added that “Some of them will fail, a lot of them will fail,” but declared, “We only need a reasonable number, a few dozen of them to make it through, and that’s what we have to accelerate.”
As CNBC reported:
Deep-pocketed investors have poured money into the climate tech industry in recent years. More than 3,000 climate tech start-ups launched between 2013 and the first half of 2021, with more than $222 billion in funding in that same time span, according to research published by PwC in December.
Gates, currently the fourth-wealthiest person in the world, is one of those investors: His private-public fund Breakthrough Energy Catalyst is currently raising up to $15 billion for clean tech projects. And he’s seemingly fine with many of those projects eventually going under — because, he said, it could only take a few dozen success stories to make a significant contribution in the fight against climate change.
World Economic Forum founder and globalist Klaus Schwab says the “The Great Reset” will eventually lead to the removal of private property.
The WEF’s official website states:
“Welcome to the year 2030.
"Welcome to my city – or should I say, 'our city.'
"I don’t own anything.
"I don’t own a car.
"I don’t own a house.
"I don’t own any appliances or any clothes.”
The WEF seems to envision a world where there will be no more middle class and people becoming dependent on the state.
This year the WEF virtual summit saw an address by Chinese dictator Xi Jinping followed by a panel discussion featuring Dr. Anthony Fauci.
As Neon Nettle reported:
Last year, the World Economic Forum announced that the meeting would be held online for the second year in a row.
The meeting has faced controversy over the years for its hypocrisy over its professed beliefs surrounding climate change while swarms of private jets decent into the Swiss Alps town.
The fourth industrial revolution
Last year, the WEF declared what life for humans would look like after the “Great Reset,” predicting the “age of human robots” would soon be over.
The WEF claimed technological wonders would free humanity from labor for work which requires the “understanding what it means to be human.”
“Take a walk into the future,” the WEF told followers of social media.
In the video, Stuart Russell of the University of California said:
“We’re getting past the last 10,000 years where we’ve used humans, by and large, engaging only a tiny fraction of human abilities and forcing people into repetitive, tedious dead-end work for the most part."
“So the age of human robots is over, and we have to figure out a new age.”