By Rolf Norfolk
Picking up on ConWom editor Kathy Gyngell’s post on Sky News Australia’s Rowan Dean’s sideways look at ‘The Great Reset’ , I’d like to share some more ‘future vision’.
German would-be world-reshaper Klaus Schwab has been making waves via his World Economic Forum (usually held at Davos – wasn’t that the ol’ feller who created the Daleks ?), on the subject of a sweeping, ecologically-sound and economically-crippling restructuring. This is allegedly an appropriate response to a panoply of global systemic problems though to me it looks more like another example of centralising power-seekers ‘not wasting a crisis.’ What would his Utopia look like?
Back in 2017, Danish MP and WEF attendee Ida Auken sketched a millenarian future of passive, possessionless citizenry in 2030:
‘I don’t own anything. I don’t own a car. I don’t own a house. I don’t own any appliances or any clothes…
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