Reuters.com devotes an entire section of its online newsroom to articles advancing the World Economic Forum’s world governance project.
- Reuters announced on September 29, 2020 the “launch of a new editorial vertical” it calls “The Great Reboot,” a “dedicated section of Reuters.com” which the news organization explains will exclusively cover news related to “the transformation and reimagining of the workplace that is being accelerated around the world by COVID-19.”
- The announcement referred to Reuters’ Great Reboot news section as a “crucial resource to corporate leaders, investors and professionals, helping them to understand how the world is being reimagined and the ramifications for people, companies and society.”
- Reuters is an official partner of the World Economic Forum (WEF), a multinational consortium of world leaders and Fortune 500 companies committed to carrying out its “Great Reset” agenda throughout the world.
- Reuters staff contribute hundreds of articles for publication on the WEF’s website.
- The WEF commenced its Great Reset agenda in response to what it saw as an “urgent need for global stakeholders to cooperate in simultaneously managing the direct consequences of the COVID-19 crisis,” reminiscent of Reuters’ impetus behind its Great Reboot.
- American Faith has reported how, in a video produced by the WEF, its organization predicts all of humanity will “own nothing. And you’ll be happy.”
- In the same video, the WEF goes on to predict that by the year 2030, “The U.S. won’t be the world’s leading superpower.”
- American Faith also reported how one WEF publication titled “Welcome To 2030: I Own Nothing, Have No Privacy And Life Has Never Been Better” imagines that future humanity will “have no real privacy,” and goes on to say that future individuals will think to themselves, “Nowhere I can go and not be registered. I know that, somewhere, everything I do, think and dream of is recorded. I just hope that nobody will use it against me.”
- The Transnational Institute characterizes the WEF’s Great Reset agenda as “a silent global coup d’etat” to capture world dominance.
- Reuters’ Great Reboot section will provide what it calls “essential news and insights on the future of the workplace to corporate leaders and professionals, including a rich mix of news stories, visual features, exclusive video interviews with business leaders and creative thinkers, deep dives into corporate strategies, lessons learned, as well as a weekly data feature and newsletter,” according to the announcement.
REUTERS ‘FACT-CHECKS’ CLAIMS CRITICAL OF THE WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM:
- In a piece titled “Fact Check—The World Economic Forum is not planning to take your possessions,” Reuters claims there is “no evidence that the World Economic Forum (WEF) wants to abolish private ownership,” giving a verdict of “False” to the claim that the WEF wants people “to lose their possessions and assets.”
- Another fact-check piece claims the WEF “does not have a stated goal to have people own nothing by 2030.”
- Reuters makes these claims even though the WEF’s own publications (see above) state otherwise.
- Reuters also fact-checks on behalf of the WEF here, here, here, here, here, here, and here.
- Britannica explains that, “Despite the plethora of news services, most news printed and broadcast throughout the world each day comes from only a few major agencies, the three largest of which are the Associated Press in the United States, Reuters in Great Britain, and Agence France-Presse in France.”
- Reuters calls itself “the world’s largest multimedia news provider, reaching billions of people worldwide every day.”
- Reuters is an official “fact-checker” for Big Tech platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
- Megan Redshaw with The Defender has revealed the conflicts of interest between Reuters, Pfizer, and the World Economic Forum. “Reuters is now in the business of ‘fact-checking’ Facebook and Twitter posts about COVID vaccines,” laments Redshaw, “despite having ties to Pfizer, World Economic Forum and Trusted News Initiative.”
Jon Fleetwood is Managing Editor for American Faith and author of “An American Revival: Why American Christianity Is Failing & How to Fix It.“