The World Economic Forum and United Nations are so concerned that the goals of Agenda 2030 Sustainable Development and the Great Reset (aka technocracy under a one-world beast system) are in jeopardy of not being fulfilled by the appointed date, that they have called for a summit in September to discuss how they can kickstart their stalled totalitarian agenda.
The WEF, founded in 1971 by German economist and engineer Klaus Schwab under the tutelage of Dr. Henry Kissinger, has said for years that by 2030 the people of the world will "own nothing," that they will "have no privacy," but they will somehow learn to like their evolving state of digital slavery.
You will be living in a tiny apartment in a so-called smart city, where almost no one works, sitting back playing video games and drawing a universal basic income check from the government. The smart homes situated inside smart cities will be powered by artificial intelligence, an all-knowing force with a watchful eye on everyone's activities, movement, even their thoughts. People will willingly eat bugs and artificial lab-grown meat as their source of protein in a universal effort to help the Earth "heal" itself through carbon neutrality.
Never mind that in a world free of carbon, no plant life will be able to sustain itself and famine will claim the lives of millions. There will be a "life saving vaccine" for literally every form of sickness, and there will be plenty of that, as people submit to demands that they replace their natural human immune system with a man-made one powered by synthetic mRNA that takes over one's body and completely changes its DNA. You're no longer human. You're TRANS-human, meaning you are transitioning or evolving into a higher life form that is part human and part machine. Humans will finally be able to "direct their own evolution" through advances in technology, says Schwab's chief advisor, the Israeli historian Professor Yuval Noah Harari.
In the wake of the Covid pandemic in 2020, Schwab and the WEF released a new book and agenda which they branded "The Great Reset," where they saw this massive crisis as a "narrow window of opportunity" to radically transform the world from physical and tangible to virtual and digital. Everything in this new world is connected, every appliance, every vehicle, every highway and light post, every home, every body. Hence the call for not only an Internet of Things but an Internet of Bodies.