In this June 2, 2022 article for The Defender, Michael Nevradakis reports on the latest initiative introduced by the World Economic Forum (WEF) during its May 2022 annual meeting: the Metaverse.
According to the WEF, the Metaverse “involves a moment at which our digital lives – our online identities, experiences, relationships, assets – become more meaningful to us than our physical lives”.
LEGO chief product and marketing officer, Julia Goldin, who is also involved in the talks, says that the metaverse could aid in children’s development.
While the WEF meeting was focused on defining what the term “metaverse” meant, other conversations included:
- who should be involved in, and potentially profit from, its development.
- guidance on how to create an inclusive metaverse by engaging various organizations in the private and public sectors.
- who will govern the metaverse
Editor’s Note: The Metaverse Initiative is a clear indication of how disconnected these WEF elites are from reality.
While the rest of the world is grappling with increasing food and fuel costs, the elites are talking about creating a new reality where 90% of the world’s population will not be able to take part.
To fully understand the WEF’s Metaverse plan, we encourage you to read the whole article below. Also, read DIGITAL: IS THIS THE KIND OF FUTURE YOU WANT? and AUGMENTED REALITY PIONEERS WARN AGAINST METAVERSE, SAYS IT COULD BE WORSE THAN SOCIAL MEDIA to discover how the potential impacts of the Metaverse.
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