You’re here because somebody who cares about you invited you. Someone who thinks like you do. Someone that doesn’t buy into what is happening in the world right now.
We discovered — despite what the media says — that there are millions of us. We’re just not visible, yet.
Millions that don’t want to unquestioningly wear masks, that don’t agree with the experimental jabs labelled as ‘vaccines.’
We thought it would be useful if there was a way to find each other, below the Karen-radar. So we created an interactive online map.
You can see the interactive map these questions refer to here and you can read an introduction to the map here. For questions about the book, see Society 4th.org. We’ll add to these FAQs as we receive additional questions.
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Society 4.0 (also known as 社会 4.0 in Simplified Chinese, समाज 4.0 in Hindi, جمعية 4.0 in Arabic, Société 4.0 in French, Sociedad 4.0 in Spanish, Gesellschaft 4.0 in German, and Maatschappij 4.0 in Dutch), is a term and concept that describes the societal evolution taking place during the early 21st Century.
Society 4.0 is the meta-community that recognizes the urgent need to redesign the value systems, reward systems, and social contracts underpinning modern society.
We’re 8 months into the lockdown of 2020. By now, many understand what’s happening and can see the globally orchestrated talking points and the all-out coordinated takeover of society. Amidst the darkness, this article and 2 short videos is my lamp. Ready? Let’s leap…
“A problem well stated is a problem half-solved.” — Charles F. Kettering, Head of Research at General Motors from 1920 to 1947
The offshoot of Kettering’s quote is that a problem not fully understood is pretty much unsolvable.
So what exactly is the problem we’re facing? Is it medical, economic, systemic or something else?
On Wednesday, 3 June 2020, while the rest of the world was preoccupied with a pandemic, a looming global depression and race riots throughout the US and other major cities around the world, the WEF quietly announced their Great Reset Initiative. The announcement came in the form of an online meeting streamed to 600 attendees at 14:30 Central European Summer Time. The meeting was hosted by HRH The Prince of Wales and Klaus Schwab, Founder & Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum.
Other presenters included:
The official SARS-CoV-2 account goes something like this:
First documented at the end of December 2019, the novel coronavirus emerged naturally from bats and spread with pace in January 2020, as China was about to celebrate New Year. The epicentre of the disease was the city of Wuhan, particularly in and near a live animal market, which was subsequently closed. By January 30, 2020, COVID-19 (the disease caused by SARS-CoV-2) had been declared a global health emergency; on March 11, 2020, it was declared a global pandemic, resulting in most nations imposing shelter in place restrictions. …
In a strange fashion, the coronavirus pandemic has done humanity a huge favor — by showing us with immense clarity the many structural weaknesses in our social and economic systems.
During the past month, as over 100 nations have put themselves on lockdown, our various delivery systems — many of which are global —have been halted or slowed down greatly, trillions of dollars have been created out of thin air mostly to save specific industries from collapsing, and a growing number of economic experts are now warning us that the world…
By Dr. Anneloes Smitsman (Ph.D., LLM) & Michael Haupt
“Man’s general way of thinking of the totality, i.e. his general world view, is crucial for overall order of the human mind itself.”~ David Bohm
Now, more than ever, it’s important to think clearly and calmly.
The COVID-19 recently declared pandemic has been emotionally challenging for many. It has changed day-to-day life in unprecedented ways and will continue to have impacts on our interdependent worlds for a long time to come. These are some of the disruptions and changes we’ve seen:
Tracking the emergence of a world that works for everyone and all living creatures.