John Kerry Praises Great Reset During WEF Panel Discussion

( If anyone tells you the Great Reset is a conspiracy theory, you can point them to the World Economic Forum that has used the exact term and advocated for it repeatedly on Twitter.

You can also point them to John Kerry, former Secretary of State, who praised the concept during a panel discussion hosted by the World Economic Forum this month. Kerry, who appeared alongside the European Commission President Ursula von der Lyen, praised the idea of transforming the global economy in the wake of the Chinese coronavirus.

“The notion of a reset is more important than ever before,” Kerry said during the discussion. “I personally believe we’re at the dawn of an extremely exciting time.”

The Great Reset has been criticized by conservatives online, only for media pundits to dismiss those people as conspiracy theorists. But the Great Reset is real, and Kerry is just one of many politicians who have admitted it.

Even Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has endorsed it.

During the same discussion, Kerry also said that when Joe Biden is president (though Joe Biden has not yet been confirmed as the president-elect), the United States would rejoin the Paris Climate Agreement. He said that the agreement, which destroyed jobs in the United States and was abandoned by President Donald Trump’s administration, didn’t even go far enough.

Just how many job losses are enough for Democrats?

“I know Joe Biden believes this,” he reportedly said. “It’s not enough to just rejoin for the United States. It’s not enough for us to do just the minimum of what it requires.”

“The Biden administration will focus on every sector of the American economy,” he claimed. “There will be a 2035 goal to achieve net neutrality with respect to power and production. We’re ready to come back in and help to lead and raise the ambition in Glasgow to accelerate this incredible capacity for a transformation in the private sector,” he added.

Is John Kerry unaware that President Donald Trump has been pushing and overseeing radical changes in the private sector for the last four years, without signing up to job-killing agreements?