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At the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) virtual Davos Agenda summit on Tuesday, French President Emmanuel Macron declared that in the wake of the Chinese coronavirus modern capitalism “can no longer work”.

Appearing before a question and answer session conducted with ‘Great Reset’ architect and founder-chairman of the WEF, Klaus Schwab, Mr Macron said that while capitalism has historically driven down poverty globally, he claimed that it came with the cost of furthering inequality.

The article goes on to state the following:

“We will get out of this pandemic only with an economy that thinks more about fighting inequalities,” Macron said.

Macron added, “The capitalist model together with this open economy can no longer work in this environment.”

In his speech, Macron claimed that capitalism worked in past decades, but it has come with a “dark side,” creating inequalities in our society.

WATCH his comments below:

The World Economic Forum released a new video to coincide with the online Davos summit, touting the “benefits” of their global “Great Reset” plan.

In the video, the WEF tries to shoot down any fears that the Great Reset is ‘some nefarious plan for world domination.’

They claim it is simply “an opportunity to build a better world.”

Simon Kent of Breitbart London said in a Twitter post, “For many years, the annual Davos cavalcade of private jets and limousines was something of a joke: ‘billionaires coming to tell millionaires how ordinary people should live.’ Nothing has changed, says @JamesDelingpole here.”

“Freedom is wasted on the free world,” commented Breitbart editor Joel Pollak.

Speaking in a panel discussion about the Great Reset hosted by the World Economic Forum in mid-November, Biden’s ‘Climate Envoy’ John Kerry declared, “Yes, it [the Great Reset] will happen. And I think it will happen with greater speed and with greater intensity than a lot of people might imagine.”

WATCH: John Kerry reveals Biden’s devotion to radical ‘Great Reset’ movement in bombshell remarks

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8 COMMENTS

  1. More Elitist BS. Capitalist has raised more people out of poverty than any other economic system. Socialism kills the incentive to produce.

  2. If you want to.make it in a capitalist world you have to work, not sit on your @$$ and have everything given to you….look around the world socialism has never worked for the little guy, the only one who benefit are the politicians and the rich

  3. You have to work to earn money. If you want to make more money, you need to go back to school, get some kind of degree instead of living off the government. Most people that make big money, worked their way to earn it. I’m tired of lunatics wanting to take money from the rich (that worked hard to be making the money they make) to give it to people that don’t want to work for their pay. I’m not one of those rich people, I’m on SS, I worked to get the things that I needed and sometimes things I may have wanted only if I was able to afford it.

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