The World Economic Forum, the cabal that has championed the Great Reset, was swiftly rebuked on Twitter after the elitist group posted a tweet about how Covid-19 lockdowns are “quietly improving cities” across the globe.
The Tweet was taken down after the backlash reached a fever pitch and thousands of people responded negatively.
The WEF acknowledged on Twitter that they pulled the Tweet with this follow-up
We’re deleting this tweet. Lockdowns aren’t “quietly improving cities” around the world. But they are an important part of the public health response to COVID-19. pic.twitter.com/D2Pyb9x4yy
— World Economic Forum (@wef) February 27, 2021
Another Twitter user captured the eerie video which the WEF attached to the original tweet praising the lockdowns. The video argues that cities are better off because there is less ambient noise in cities, less pollution, clearer skies, and fewer carbon emissions.
In other words, the financial ruination of lockdown cities, mental deterioration of citizens, increases in suicides, drug addiction, poverty, and children having mental health issues (all as the result of long-term lockdowns), take a backseat to the alleged environmental benefits of the lockdowns, according to the disconnected financial elite who compromise The World Economic Forum.
Don’t think it’s an accident though. More like putting feelers out to see if people are brainwashed enough and ready for climate lockdowns. Oh well @wef, guess the sheep aren’t totally dumbed down yet 🤷♀️ ah and we still have your video pic.twitter.com/jNtDK6eh9A
— Marinita (@marfromtheblock) February 27, 2021
The Great Reset has become a widely discussed issue over the last several months, rising from an esoteric topic discussed among “conspiracy theorists” to a hot button issue widely discussed and researched by the general public. The response to the WEF tweet is evidence many people are paying attention to the goals of the powerful elite to drastically change our lives forever, even after COVID’s deadly grip subsides. The people want to return back to normal, and skepticism is rampant.
lol not gone down that well like most of your “improvements”! keep coming up with more of this rubbish and everyone will see how “scientists” and “experts” are as useless as they are and your think tank can disappear as so out of touch!
— Natasha (@londonabstract) February 26, 2021
So humans having a life is bad for the planet…
But not having a life is bad for humans.
I’m all for doing less damage to the planet but not at the expense of not living.
— Jemma Palmer (@Jemmapalmer) February 26, 2021
— Julia Hartley-Brewer (@JuliaHB1) February 26, 2021
Revelling in a year’s worth of human misery.
This open misanthropy is very illuminating if nothing else.
My planet includes happy, busy, healthy, prosperous humans.
— Kris Sims (@kris_sims) February 26, 2021