Digital identity, health monitoring among top 10 technologies driving WEF’s urban transformation agenda: perspective
In October, 2021, the World Economic Forum (WEF) will launch its global headquarters for urban transformation in Detroit.
Urbanization is just one of many spokes in the overall wheel of the globalist’s great reset agenda to reshape society and the economy.
“Once in awhile I get annoyed about the fact that I have no real privacy. No where I can go and not be registered. I know that, somewhere, everything I do, think and dream of is recorded. I just hope that nobody will use it against me” — WEF Imagining of the Year 2030
Detroit’s largest real estate company, Bedrock, will host the WEF’s new Center for Urban Transformation, which will provide “a testbed to rethink and redefine the benefits and possibilities of urban living,” according to the WEF Agenda announcement.
From there, “Additional work will be led out of the World Economic Forum’s offices in Beijing, Geneva, Mumbai, New York, San Francisco and Tokyo.”
With the official launch of the great reset agenda in June, 2020, the WEF laid out an enormous strategy to transform all aspects of society and the global economy.
Fueled by technologies coming out the so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution, “Cities and Urbanization” is one of the many tentacles attached to the great reset agenda, which relies heavily on emerging technologies for mass surveillance and data collection.
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