Jones referenced an article from the Vigilant Citizen titled "The Top 10 Creepiest and Most Dystopian Things Pushed by the WEF." The June 1 article pointed out that the WEF, through its annual meetings at the town of Davos in Switzerland, "attempts to legitimize and normalize its influence on the world's democratic nations by having a panel of world leaders attending and speaking at the event."
"Throughout the years, people at the WEF have said some highly disturbing things, none of which garnered proper media attention. In fact, when you piece together the topics championed by the WEF, an overarching theme emerges: the total control of humanity using media, science and technology while reshaping democracies to form a global government," it added.
Jones remarked that the Vigilant Citizen piece "only scratches the surface." He added: "This article is great … because it'll really wake people up. It shows all the videos, all the quotes [and] all the clips [from the WEF]."
Penetrating governments worldwide was at No. 10 on the list, with the article explicitly accusing Schwab of perceiving democracy as "an obstacle to a fully globalized world." The WEF founder himself made the admission in a 2017 talk at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government.
According to the German economist, he was "very proud" of his WEF Global Young Leaders that managed to "penetrate the global cabinets of countries" – including former German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and French President Emmanuel Macron. "We control your government. You are not in control; we don't want the people involved," remarked the InfoWars founder. (Related: Exposed: Canada used covid plandemic to align itself with World Economic Forum agenda.)
Jones also mentioned how the WEF lauded lockdowns to contain the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) at No. 7, pushed to make changes under COVID-19 permanent at No. 6. The WEF also took the pandemic as an opportunity to push the Great Reset, which was the No. 5 item on the list.
Both Jones and the article he cited pointed to the WEF's desire for surveillance and control, as outlined by the things it espouses.
Item No. 9 centered on mind control using sound waves, which was first proposed in 2018. The technology was initially introduced as a possible treatment for Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease. However, the technology could also be used to bring a person's mind completely under control.
"Mind control using sound waves and 5G? The 5G will make you submit. You will love it, it's so good," Jones commented.
Microchip-containing pills were No. 8 on the list, which was first conceptualized by Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla. He described it as "biological chip … that dissolves in [the] stomach [and] sends a signal."
The Vigilant Citizen, however, noted that the New York-based drug manufacturer had been making use of the COVID-19 pandemic to further its agenda.
"COVID put Pfizer in a position of power never seen before for a pharmaceutical company," it added.
Trackable clothes came at No. 3 on the list, which the WEF claims allows clothing retailers to resell their items. Digital passports could be incorporated into the clothes, which allow those who eschew smartphones to be tracked. "It's the next phase of the global ID with the vaccine passport. [This time,] that'll be the carbon passport they're bringing out right now."
The No. 2 item on the Vigilant Citizen piece touched on smartphones that are already inside the body, which Jones claims will allow people to "live inside a virtual reality in their homes."
No. 4 on the list touched on efforts by the WEF to "recalibrate" free speech – in reality, a fancy name for censorship. The Vigilant Citizen quoted Australian e-Safety Commissioner Julie Inman Grant, who called for a "recalibration … from freedom of speech to the freedom to be free from online violence."
"They define that as getting rid of freedom of speech, only allowing corporate speech they want and having … [artificial intelligence] control and [lecture] you about what your speech can be or should not be," Jones said.
The Vigilant Citizen ended by quoting "you'll own nothing and you'll be happy," which was the No. 1 item in the list. Danish lawmaker Ida Auken summed up this idea in a quote, which the WEF tweeted: "Welcome to 2030. I own nothing, have no privacy and life has never been better."
Watch Alex Jones breaking down the 10 ideas endorsed by the WEF below.
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