This world leader said a post-coronavirus world could be a “reset” for the globalist agenda


Coronavirus has changed our daily lives as we know it.

And many are optimistic about the future as we see the light at the end of the tunnel of coronavirus.

But this world leader said a post-coronavirus world could be a “great reset” for the globalist agenda.

Nothing in 2019 could have imagined how 2020 turned out with coronavirus.

The world’s economy came to a complete halt and we are still paying the price of it. 

And governments around the world took this opportunity to put in place the most tyrannical rules and regulations on working people to allegedly “flatten the curve.”

But now, with vaccines coming out to the public within the next few months, many are hopeful that the government will loosen restrictions.

They are looking forward to the day where they can go back to normal.

But world leaders just showed their hand on what is coming next and it isn’t looking good.

In a video meeting with other leaders in the United Nations, Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told the other world leaders that coronavirus has provided them with a “reset” opportunity for the world.

Trudeau claimed, “This pandemic has provided an opportunity for a reset.”

He continued, “This is our chance to accelerate our pre-pandemic efforts to reimagine economic systems that actually address global challenges like extreme poverty, inequality, and climate change.”

Trudeau also brought up that this is a chance to “build back better” stealing the slogan from Joe Biden’s campaign.

You can see the video below: 

Right when you thought things might get better in 2021, globalists are admitting their goal all along was to reset the world in their socialist vision.