Politicians, corporate CEOs and religious leaders alike have all been proclaiming a phrase that has become both a mantra for a progressive move into the 4th Industrial Revolution and as well a framework of policy throughout previously sovereign nations throughout the world. The phrase is “Build Back Better.”
A few of those incorporating this phrase are listed below:
Justin Trudeau, PM Canada
“We’ve had your back, and now it’s time to hear your voice. You need to choose how we finish the fight against COVID-19 and build back better. That’s what #elxn44 is about.”
Boris Johnson, PM United Kingdom
“Building back better, building back greener, building back fairer, and building back more equal and in a more gender-neutral and perhaps more feminine way.”
Pope Francis, Pontifex Maximus, Vatican
“May our common desire to “Build Back Better” give rise to new forms of cooperation between both civil and ecclesial groups and thus build a solid “house” ready to withstand every storm and capable of welcoming people with disabilities, because built on the rock of inclusion and active participation.”
Klaus Schwab, Founder, World Economic Forum
“It’s a big effort to, some would say, to Build Back Better. We would say to have a Great Reset.”
Joe Biden, President, United States of America
“Building back better means an updated social contract that treats American workers and working families as essential at all times, not just times of crisis.”
So what exactly is the “Build Back Better” strategy that all of these world leaders are talking about? And secondly, what environment was necessary before “Build Back Better” could be implemented world-wide?
Michael O’Fallon explores this topic on today’s edition of Public Occurrences Both Foreign and Domestic.
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