Puppets on the Global Reset Strings

The origin of the plan to reset the world goes back many decades. There must have been much scheming that would have been taking place for several years. The World Economic Forum (WEF) was founded in 1971, by Klaus Schwab, and is marketed as the world’s foremost platform for public and private cooperation. The plot to use influential young people was set in motion in 1992, with the launching of a plan called Global Leaders of Tomorrow.

The year 1992 couldn’t have been a randomly chosen year. It was the same year of the Earth Summit held in Brazil. It was Agenda 21 and Sustainable Development – the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development.

In 2004, the name of the Schwab plan was tweaked to Forum for Young Global Leaders and was designed as a five-year indoctrination program into the WEF agenda. The search was on for young candidates who would fit the profile suited to the goals of this new global world. These leaders-to-be encompassed a wide spectrum of society. They comprised selected individuals from different strata such as business, media, entertainment, politics, royalty, as well as those with influence in various parts of society and culture.

In his article World Economic Forum’s “Young Global Leaders”, Jacob Nordangård writes:

Through its Young Global Leaders program, the World Economic Forum has been instrumental in shaping a world order that undermines all democratic principles. For several decades, this program has nurtured compliant leaders acting as WEF agents in governments around the world. The consequences are far-reaching and may turn out to be devastating for humanity.

The article goes on to provide details of these young leaders and how they have played a part in the agenda. In its inaugural year 1992, a number of highly influential candidates were elected. These included Angela Merkel, Tony Blair, Nicolas Sarkozy, Bill Gates, Bono, Richard Branson (Virgin), Jorma Ollila (Shell Oil), and José Manuel Barroso (President of the European Commission 2004–2014).

In the following years, other influential Young Global Leaders were added to the list. They include:

  • Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark
  • Jacinda Arden, Prime Minister, New Zealand
  • Emmanuel Macron, President, France
  • Sanna Marin, Prime Minister, Finland
  • Leonardo DiCaprio, Actor and Climate Activist
  • Larry Page, Co-founder of Google
  • Jimmy Wales, Co-founder of Wikipedia
  • Mark Zuckerberg, Co-founder of Facebook
  • Pete Buttigieg, U.S. Secretary of Transportation

A quick scroll through the pages of the young leaders, currently in training, provides a clue to how the next generation is being moulded and trapped in the ploy for the new world order.

Nordangård goes on to say:

German economist and journalist Ernst Wolff believes that many of the national leaders included in the Young Global Leader program have been selected for their willingness to carry out the tough agenda of lockdowns in recent years without asking any questions, and that their impending failure (as evidenced by in a growing dissatisfaction of the masses) will be used as an excuse to create a new form of Global Government where the old nation states become largely obsolete.

He concludes with this hopeful analysis:

However, it is highly unlikely that this plan will succeed. Awareness is spreading like wildfire and the panic of the elite increases as their narrative crumbles and people become more and more immune to the propaganda. Hence all the inquisitors and “fact checkers” who diligently gatekeep the narrative and help steer public opinion in the “right” direction.



1. WEF: Klaus Schwab

2.World Economic Forum’s “Young Global Leaders”

3. The Forum of Young Global Leaders

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7 Responses to Puppets on the Global Reset Strings

  1. Mak Siccar says:

    Many thanks for this succinct summary of the scheme that is hiding in plain sight, kaysee. I do sincerely hope that the people do wake up in time though I suspect that far too many are self-centred and self-absorbed to notice or even care. I fear for my grandchildren’s future.

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  2. egg_ says:

    In 2004, the name of the Schwab plan was tweaked to Forum for Young Global Leaders and was designed as a five-year indoctrination program into the WEF agenda.

    Who was the smart-mouthed ‘Futurist’ young bird lecturing everyone on a few episodes of Q&A about a decade ago?

    She got a gig as some sort of (Mining) Industry advisor on all matters socio-political, amongst other things, i.e. source of income – shake down Big Mining at the time, akin to Feminazis retained as “advisors” to the NRL.

    A dead set narc, if ever there was one (viz: glibness).

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  3. egg_ says:

    Sanna Marin, Prime Minister, Finland

    That’s one highly socialist demographic.

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  4. Mark A says:

    Did You Know?

    In the Iliad, Helen of Troy is described as being so beautiful she had a “face that launched a thousand ships”. In a nod to that, there is a humorous unit of measurement named after her. One helen is the beauty it takes to trigger the launch of a thousand ships and, if you’re looking to measure the beauty of someone more modest in appearance, you can even measure using millihelens—increments of beauty equivalent to one ship launch.

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  5. Shy Ted says:

    It’s L. Ron Hubbard all over again. Albeit more sophisticated. Promise the world and they’ll be queuing up.

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  6. egg_ says:

    Holly Ransom (born 7 February 1990)[1] is a public speaker, author and content curator. She is the founder of Emergent, a one-person consultancy, where she engages and presents to organisations on disruptive strategy. She is also a director of Port Adelaide Football Club[2] and a trustee of The Prince’s Charities Australia.[3] She was co-chair of the 2014 Y20 Youth Summit.[4] In 2012 Westpac and Australian Financial Review named her one of Australia’s 100 Women of Influence.[5] In 2017, she was Sir Richard Branson’s nominee for Wired’s ‘Smart List'[6] of ‘future game changers to watch’. She has appeared as a regular panelist on the ABC Q&A and The Drum programs. In 2018, she interviewed former US president Barack Obama.[7] In 2019, she was awarded the Anne Wexler Fulbright Scholarship.[8] In recognition of her contribution to community, the US Embassy awarded her the 2019 Eleanor Roosevelt Leadership Award,[9] while Women & Leadership Australia named her the winner of the 2019 Victorian Excellence in Women’s Leadership Award.[10] Ransom’s first book The Leading Edge was published by Penguin on July 20, 2021.[11]

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  7. kaysee kaysee says:

    I do sincerely hope that the people do wake up in time though I suspect that far too many are self-centred and self-absorbed to notice or even care.

    Until it reaches their backyard and their comfort zone isn’t so comfortable.

    But by then, it will be too late.

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