Insights from the WEF's 2021 "Great Narrative" Meeting
With the assistance of some 40 unelected globalists, the World Economic Forum's (WEF) Great Narrative integrates elements of technology, society, economy, politics, and nature in an effort to create a narrative for the future of humanity.
On November 11–12, 2021, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, less than 50 unelected globalists collaborated to create the WEF's all-encompassing grand narrative in just 48 hours.
WEF founder Klaus Schwab and a panel of five WEF Agenda contributors led the Great Narrative Meeting, discussing the trends they were observing in technology, society, the economy, politics, and nature.
“We are coming to the closing session of this extraordinary event designing a great narrative for the future,” Schwab began, adding, “I want to thank all of the forty-plus participants who have participated in this exercise.”