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UN and World Economic Forum plan to use global water crisis to advance globalist agenda against humanity
By Cassie B. // Dec 27, 2023

The World Economic Forum (WEF) has come up with a new approach for imposing its globalist agenda on the world: leveraging the global water crisis. It’s an idea the United Nations appears to be fully on board with, as both groups have held conferences on the matter recently at which they made their intentions clear to anyone who was actually paying attention.

Earlier this year, the UN held its first Water Conference in 46 years. Writing about the conference on the WEF’s website, Dutch Special Envoy for International Water Affairs Henk Ovik and Tajikistan’s Special Envoy of the President to the Water and Climate Coalition Leaders Sulton Rahimzoda stated: “We hope it could result in a 'Paris moment' for water – with outcomes as critical for water as the Paris Agreement has been for climate action.”

They shared some shocking statistics, with an infographic proclaiming that 1.6 billion people around the world will lack “safely managed drinking water” by the year 2030. The group says it is hoping to use the water crisis to raise awareness and determine actions that can help achieve water-related goals that the world can agree on.

On the website for the conference outlining the “Uniting the world for water” project, the UN said: “Water is a dealmaker for the Sustainable Development Goals … But our progress on water related goals and targets remains alarmingly off track, jeopardizing the entire sustainable development agenda.”

However, the aforementioned WEF article hinted at the real reason water is suddenly such a big focus.

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“The Global Commission on the Economics of Water, launched at the WEF's Annual Meeting in 2022, will report on game-changing ways to value and manage water as a common good,” Ovik and Rahimzoda wrote.

The part of that quote that should be setting off alarm bells is “common good,” which is a term that is often used to denote collectivism and social control.

Writing for The Expose, Rhoda Wilson points out Nazi politician Hermann Goering said that the greatest principle in Nazism is that “common good comes before private good.”

Could the water crisis succeed where climate change and COVID-19 have failed?

Some WEF representatives have made no secret of the fact that they wish to exploit the water crisis as a new way to control the world where other attempts have failed, such as climate change or the COVID-19 pandemic.

A co-chair of the WEF’s Global Commission on the Economics of Water, Professor Mariana Mazzucato, said: “You know, climate change is a bit abstract. Some people understand it really well, some understand it a bit, some just don’t understand it.

“Water, every kid knows how important it is to have water – when you’re playing football and you’re thirsty you need water. So, there’s also something about really getting citizen engagement around this, and really in some ways experimenting with this notion of the common good. Can we actually deliver this time in ways that we have failed miserably other times?”

In other words, they think the public is just not smart enough to understand why they need the WEF to control their lives since their attempts to leverage the pandemic and the so-called climate crisis did not achieve what they set out to accomplish. Water, however, thanks to its basic nature, could be their golden ticket to get everyone in the world to depend on them.

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