The new big term being tossed around by the World Economic Forum chatterers is “polycrisis.” It means as it says, poly, or multiple crisis, which include, according to their theology, climate change, biodiversity decline, and well, us, those who do not worship globalism. This idea of multiple interrelated and compounding crisis is not new, and has featured in Left environmentalist thought, but is also found in the work of the late Guillaume Faye, Convergence of Catastrophes (2012). Faye, coming from the Dissent Right, has his own list of crises, such as the Great Replacement, the rise of radical Islam, and mass immigration, runaway technocracies, all of which are surely interrelated.
As noted in the extract below from Technocracy News.com, the main difference between previous uses of the concept of multiple crisis and the World Economic Forum use is that all of the crisis they see, are generated by the elites themselves pursuing a globalist agenda, in their unending quest to conquer the world. As World Economic Forum guru Klaus Schwab has said: “Stakeholder capitalism, a model I first proposed a half-century ago, positions private corporations as trustees of society, and is clearly the best response to today’s social and environmental challenges.” However, it is these very mega-corporations which act to undermine the social capital that acts as the social glue for societies in their ruthless pursuit of increasing profits.