What are your thoughts on “The Great Reset”. So called “stakeholder capitalism”.

I read a brief overview that described the world economy heading toward a “great reset” in which corporations seemingly work together for the betterment of humanity. Looking at a conservative sub, it sounds like some sort of “socialism”. But the way they described it them having to “rent” their homes because they will be owned. Much less, on the world economic forum’s website it says that corporations will have a stake in climate change.

What does that mean? Does it mean that companies will have a “stake in the betterment of humanity”? Is this some technocratic corporatist global nightmare? Or what is it?

I admit I am not versed on the topic. All I know is what I am typing.

One last thing: the phrase “Build back better” has been used by Biden. Is this related to the great reset? I’ve also seen it elsewhere and I’m not sure what it means. But I’ll do my research.

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