NEW – "Fact-checkers" scramble on Twitter to clarify Klaus Schwab's plan for the "Great Reset." pic.twitter.com/2xqrWxNabX
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) December 22, 2021
Invitations for Dutch politicians to the WEF summit have been misrepresented online to claim they are “leaked” letters and evidence of “The Great Reset”, a proposed economic plan at the centre of widespread conspiracy theories https://t.co/JXa3lbafjZ
— Reuters Fact Check (@ReutersFacts) December 21, 2021
It was all just a strange dream.
In 2030, you’ll own lots of things and be miserable.
The World Economic Forum doesn’t even exist, and there is no book by the founder of the World Economic Forum called “Covid-19: The Great Reset.”
It’s a dangerous theory spread by Amazon.com.
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— Moving Pictures (@MovingP73543198) December 22, 2021
“Build Back Better”
Since when did western countries get along so well and approve of each-other’s policies, so much so that they would synchronize their messaging?
Only since they’ve been captured by globalists
— I’m pervasive whiteness – pumpkin spice latte? (@HStulsey) December 22, 2021
Fact check = gaslighting
— Johnny Wannabe (@johnnywannabe) December 22, 2021
> Various conspiracy theories related to the term have been debunked
Phew, that’s reassuring!😅
— rjldev (@rjldev) December 22, 2021
Fact checkers = Narrative controllers. How can you morally do that job?
— Golf Wore Sydni (@GolfWore) December 22, 2021
When the fact-checkers come out against it, you should probably start paying attention to it.
— Kaz (@btcKaz) December 22, 2021
— From Dark to Light (@Cody87374865) December 22, 2021
— GaleazziWuTal (@ruck_florian) December 22, 2021
The letters were posted in full. How do you take that out of context? Have we already reset language so words don’t mean what you think they mean anymore? Remind me what book that particular idea was from again?
— doublebinary (@truedoubleb) December 22, 2021
Here’s a comprehensive debunking of the conspiracy theory that states that the people profiting from the vaccines and the pandemic hoax are evil and have ulterior motives. (Many thanks to the anonymous internet person who compiled these.)