New King of England Tied to Globalist World Economic Forum

King Charles took the throne after his mother’s death on Thursday.

  • King Charles III promised in his first speech as king to continue Queen Elizabeth II’s “lifelong service” with his own modernizing mark in his first address following his ascension to the throne.
  • Charles addressed a nation mourning the only British ruler that the majority of people alive today had ever known.
  • The new monarch could bring his nation closer to some international groups, due to the King’s alliances with the World Economic Forum (WEF).
  • In a video on the group’s website, the now-king laid out his conclusion that the world has no choice but to engage in the group’s “Great Reset” initiative.
  • The Great Reset launched by the World Economic Forum and then-HRH The Prince of Wales includes transforming capitalism into a model without private ownership for the average person.
  • “The COVID-19 crisis has shown us that our old systems are not fit any more for the 21st century,” said World Economic Forum Executive Chairman Klaus Schwab. “In short, we need a great reset.”
  • The plan’s basic tenants include the assertion that citizens will “own nothing” and will supposedly like their lives better that way.
  • The World Economic Forum has already begun to push for a world without car ownership, as American Faith previously reported.
  • WEF came out against owning a car, calling it “wasteful” and suggesting renting every time there is a need for a vehicle.
  • The group asserts that because most cars are hardly driven, a universal model of ownership would take consumers away “from owning to using” their cars.