WEF Pushes ‘Coming Water Crisis’ to Advance Its Globalist Agenda


(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) In the aftermath of the recent Hawaii wildfire, during which a bureaucrat’s decision to limit water access to local residents led to devastating losses for many, a panel discussion from last year’s World Economic Forum is being revisited in a more sinister light.

In a resurfaced clip, Mariana Mazzucato, founding director of the Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose at University College London, said that a coming water crisis will be used to control the public and advance the globalist agenda of the unelected corporate elite, since the COVID-19 scare and climate change didn’t work.

Mazzucato, who was helping to launch a new public–private initiative through the WEF to “transform the Economics of Water,” argued during the globalists’ annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, last year that a crisis centered around water would “deliver” where other had failed—ostensibly in creating a public panic sufficient for citizens worldwide to give themselves over willingly to the fiats of an unelected cabal of elites.

She lamented during the discussion that people had refused to rally around previous emergencies, such as the pandemic, because the issues surrounding them were too complex for common folk to fully grasp.

“Did we actually manage to vaccinate everyone in the world? No,” she said.

However, she explained how a water crisis would be the catalyst that would result in the implementation of a world government.

“[W]ater is something that people understand,” Mazzucato said.

“Climate change is a bit abstract. Some people understand it really well, some understand it a bit, some just don’t understand it,” she continued. “Water, every kid knows how important it is to have water. When you’re playing football and you’re thirsty, you need water.”

Mazzucato added that because of that reason people will be more eager to submit to the globalists.

“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,” she said. “Can we actually deliver this time in ways we have failed miserably other times? And hopefully, we won’t keep failing on the other things.”

People online quickly responded to the video by mocking and criticizing Mazzucato and the WEF.

“We tried to infect everyone [with] a bio-engineered virus, that didn’t work, then we made up a lie that the planet is dying, that didn’t work, so now we’re going to attack the water supplies and cause a shortage so we can continue our plan to create a one world government,” one person wrote, explaining the thought process of the globalists.