- Dr. Simone Kerseboom: ‘This Is What Awaits Us If We Continue To View The World Economic Forum As ‘Just A Talking Club’
In late May, world leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos discussed plans to restrict freedom of expression and predicted a decline in wealth and well-being for ordinary citizens. You will not own anything and be happy, says FVD MP Simone Kerseboom in a new video .
While top politicians from around the world feasted on champagne and steaks, they were busily hatching schemes to ensure that ordinary citizens eat bug burgers and tofu for the rest of their lives, Kerseboom said.
The same government leaders who should represent you and me dream of a globalized world without borders and nation states. Ministers from EU countries fantasized about an EU army. Directors of the major social platforms discussed how they censor information.
- This is exactly what awaits us
And what about their transhumanist agenda? They envision a world where we are all implanted with chips. “I don’t know about you, but I prefer to think for myself,” Kerseboom says.
Davos is certainly not a ‘Forum’ and certainly not a ‘World Forum’. Instead, it is a sectarian, ideological and militant Western club, emphasizes the MP. And Prime Minister Rutte proudly shows up at work every day with his World Economic Forum bag.
“Did you vote for billionaires, world leaders and activists for this club? I certainly don’t,” says Kerseboom. “Are you looking forward to a ‘utopia’ in which you own nothing, eat insects and a chip in your body linked to a social credit system tells a world government everything it wants to know about you? Not me. But this is exactly what awaits us if we continue to portray this organization as a talking club.”
- Great Reality Check
Schwab is talking about a Great Reset for the world, but what we really need is a Great Reality Check for the World Economic Forum and the governments it claims to invade. It is time for politicians to take responsibility and stand up for the interests of their voters, says Kerseboom.
“It is time for ordinary citizens to stand up and resist this dictatorial attempt to create a so-called utopia conceived by some ideological autocrats. It is time we reject the World Economic Forum and the Great Reset and urge our governments to do the same.”
“Stand up against the utopia of the WEF autocrats” The gathering of the World Economic Forum, the most prominent meeting of the world’s elites, finally took place in Davos at the end of May, after a two-year break thanks to Covid. The usual suspects, from Bill Gates downwards, were all there. Panel discussions on all sorts of topics, including freedom of the press, ”misinformation”, transhumanism, globalization, the energy transition, and the food crisis, were part of the agenda. A place for world leaders to discuss plans for limiting freedom of speech and vocally predicting the loss of wealth and welfare of normal citizens. You will own nothing, and you will be happy.
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Forum for Democracy Member of Parliament Simone Kerseboom is seriously concerned about the possible implementation of a social credit system . They have that in China, and its impact is unprecedented. That is why the government wanted to know whether they also have plans to bring that odious, dictatorial system to the Netherlands. Incredibly, the cabinet denies that in the answers… while the ministers inadvertently admit that the QR system actually comes down to that. Cognitive dissonance, much ?
Simone Kerseboom of FVD wanted to be clear that the cabinet does not intend to introduce a social credit system in the Netherlands. They have that system in China. It means that people are continuously monitored. Their movements are monitored throughout the day… and they get a social credit score from that. If your credit score is too low, you will be limited in your actions. For example, there are millions of Chinese who are literally not allowed to travel . Not because they have committed crimes, but because their dictatorial leaders do not consider them docile enough.
This is George Orwell’s 1984 on steroids. And it is also the reality in China. Incredible, of course.
Then of course the question is: will this system also come to the Netherlands? Because by now you’re starting to worry about that so-called “green passport” or “QR code” that is related to your vaccination status (and test status).
The QR society is a Social Credit System
That is why Simone Kerseboom of Forum for Democracy has asked parliamentary questions about this. The cabinet replies that it is “not working towards a Chinese-style social credit system” because it “is difficult [to relate] to our rights.” But then it gets weird. Because then the cabinet explains what China’s social credit system actually is.
Now you have to look closely at that description. I quote: ” In which individual choices are monitored by technology and directly affect the right to participate in aspects of social life. “
Say what ? Of course, this is exactly what the QR society does. The individual choice of whether or not to be vaccinated (or tested, for the time being) is monitored by technology and indeed has a direct influence on the right to participate in socio-economic life. If you do not get vaccinated or tested, you are not allowed to go to the cafe, restaurant or cinema. Just to name a few.
In short, if we look at the literal definition of the social credit system, as defined by the cabinet itself, we already have it: the QR society .
Member of parliament Simone Kerseboom congratulates Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán with his victory in the last elections. She also discusses the upcoming French elections, the possible outcomes, and their implications for the ‘Great Reset’.
Simone Kerseboom’s keynote speech at the conference on the Superiority of National Constitutions over European Bureaucracy in Bucharest, Romania.
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