Opposing the New World Order’s Great Reset By Chris Knight
The good news, is that it is not all over yet, as a majority of at least US voters oppose the Great Reset of the New World Order. So, there is some hope, if people stop sitting on their hands, and leaders emerge.
“The majority of likely American voters say they oppose “The Great Reset” initiative currently being spearheaded by globalists in the United States and Europe, a survey finds.
A survey by Rasmussen Reporters and The Heartland Institute reveals that about 53 percent of likely voters who have heard of the Great Reset oppose its mission to further integrate nations’ economies, globalize American industries, and bind U.S. citizens to international climate rules.
A minority of likely voters, 42 percent, who have heard of the Great Reset said they support its goals, while four percent said they were not sure. Whether likely voters support or oppose the Great Reset is largely based on their political affiliation, the survey found.
For instance, 76 percent of Republicans said they do not support the Great Reset, whereas 72 percent of Democrats said they do support the initiative. Swing voters, though, by a majority, oppose the Great Reset.
“As the Rasmussen/Heartland poll shows, a majority of likely American voters reject the left’s calls for increased globalism,” the Heartland Institute’s Chris Talgo said in a statement. It continued:
“Americans understand that national sovereignty is superior to global governance. Further, according to the data, Americans are wary, as they should be, about the World Economic Forum’s anti-capitalist Great Reset movement. Apparently, Americans are well-aware that globalism is not the answer to U.S. policy issues.”
On questions of how involved unaccountable, international organizations should be in U.S. domestic policy, such as income inequality, climate change, and regulations, Americans are either split or largely opposed to such efforts.
For example, nearly 6-in-10 likely voters said international organizations should not be influential in creating regulations that impact U.S. businesses. On climate change and income inequality, though, likely voters are split almost down the middle on international organizations having a role in influencing U.S. policies around these issues.”
We do not know what Australian voters think, but maybe there is similar feelings. We are going to need it to resist the tyranny fast coming our way.