‘We’re on the brink of a dramatic change’
The “new world order” was outlined and presented this week at the World Government Summit 2022 in Dubai.
The conference, which was held on Tuesday and Wednesday, had over 4,000 participants, including global officials, advisors, experts and industry leaders.
The participants included United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Gutteres, IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva, and World Health Organization Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, among many others.
The event included a discussion panel titled, “Are we ready for a new world order?” The panelists were Dr Anwar bin Mohammed Gargash, Diplomatic Advisor to Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Frederick Kempe, Chief Executive Officer of the Atlantic Council, Dr George Friedman, Founder and Chairman of Geopolitical Futures, and Dr. Pippa Malmgren, an economist, author and advisor to former US President George W. Bush.
Malmgren was very upfront about the agenda of global governments to make the entire financial system digital, which would allow more tracking and control of citizens.
“What underpins a world order is always the financial system,” said Malmgren. She said she was privileged that her father advised former US President Richard Nixon, who took the USA off the gold standard in 1971, because that showed “how important a financial structure is to absolutely everything else.”
“And what we’re seeing in the world today, I think is we’re on the brink of a dramatic change, where we’re about to – and I’ll say this boldly – we’re about to abandon the traditional system of money and accounting, and introduce a new one,” Malmgren said, smiling.
She went on to explain that the new financial system would be digital.
“And the new one, the new accounting, is what we call ‘blockchain’. It means digital, it means having an almost perfect record of every single transaction that happens in the economy, which will give us far greater clarity over what’s going on.”
Malmgren acknowledged that there would need to be a “balance of power between governments and citizens,” which is why she believes there would need to be a “digital constitution”.
But Malmgren then continued to say that this digital blockchain financial system is the property of the world’s most powerful governments.
“This new money will be sovereign in nature,” she said. “Most people think that digital money is crypto and private. But what I see are superpowers introducing digital currency. The Chinese were the first. The US is on the brink, I think, of moving in the same direction and the Europeans have committed to that as well.”
Frontline News reported earlier this month how central bank digital currency (CBDC), which is money given to citizens directly by their governments so that transactions can be monitored and controlled, is an essential component to the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) agenda.
The WEF, who named Malmgren as a Global Leader for Tomorrow in 2000, has already defined a new world order that is based on “digital IDs, digital payments and digital governance”.