Day two of the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Davos meeting is underway with The Global Collaboration Village, “the first global, purpose-driven metaverse platform” and “the beginning of a transformative technological development to support global progress.” In partnership with Accenture and Microsoft, WEF is launching the prototype at this annual meeting. WEF hails this virtual reality environment as bringing people together to “realize the dream of instantaneous, inclusive and impactful cooperation” supported by “a consortium of leading global corporations, governments, international organizations, academic institutions and NGOs.” In short, it’s a new effective way to brainwash people.
WEF reports, “The capabilities of the metaverse create the conditions to make extraordinary progress in global interaction and collaboration. That’s why we established the Global Collaboration Village, the first global, purpose-driven metaverse platform. Created to enhance more sustained public-private cooperation and spur action to drive impact at scale, this global village will not replace the need to meet face-to-face but will instead supplement and extend our ability to connect regardless of where we are physically located around the world. The immersive nature of the Global Collaboration Village has the potential to create a powerful and efficient means to drive global progress.” This is not just a fantasy world.
WEF says, “Inclusive and responsible by design, it will be a creative place to imagine alternative futures, explore ideas and systems transparently and safely, and envision what the future of engaging multistakeholder collaboration could be. For example, people will be able to “dive in” to an interactive ocean experience that reveals the importance of safeguarding our ocean and challenges us to picture the positive impact we could have through collective action. Instead of telling us how important mangroves are for coastal ecosystems, it invites us to witness and experience the power of restoration and conversation for ourselves – all while engaging with global experts and innovators who are on the physical frontlines of this work.” “Collective action” is code for Marxism. WEF won’t say it outright, but that’s what it is.
In other words, this is a powerful interactive, high-tech way to teach Marxism while promoting an agenda. That “dive in” to an interactive world is one that is built to show a certain political viewpoint of the environment. The power of virtual reality is extraordinary because it really convinces or “tricks” the brain that you are in a very real environment. Imagine the Global Collaboration Village tackling climate change, lockdowns, business-government-media collaboration on social and political issues. The WEF is targeting youth—the next generation of leaders—with this metaverse technology. WEF has an entire page of testimonies from young people about this. Christ warned in Matthew 24:4, “Take heed that no man deceive you.” Herein is the most organized global deception apparatus known to man at this time. Is it the rise of the Beast system?
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