The World Economic Forum has money-lubricated tentacles in governments around the world and routinely uses that influence to push its agenda, including its cherished “Great Reset.”
A new “Global Governance Toolkit for Digital Mental Health” was released by the organization in early April.
The 72-page policy advisory takes no responsibility for the crisis-level mental health problems caused by its previous COVID-related lockdown recommendations. It also repeatedly touts “equitable” solutions as a primary goal, without mentioning the huge widening of the wealth gap caused by COVID-19 policies it promulgated.
In typical elitist fashion, the paper lays out a top-down flow of regulatory “change” and “innovation,” decided by a small group of experts:
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The toolkit disparagingly defines any local health organizations that maintain independence from larger globalist-controlled health entities as ineffectively isolated and “siloed.” It casts doubt on any treatment innovations that occur beyond the labs of Big Pharma and academia, “where lack of oversight leads to the promotion of unproven treatments.”
Predictably, the Toolkit advocates for greater and more centralized data collection, while paying no attention to the abuses and mental health effects of such a comprehensive surveillance system:
“As with physical health, systems of data gathering and sharing are imperfect across mental healthcare systems, making it harder to gather the required data to make clinical mental health decisions or refer consumers, and more difficult to create the links with other health initiatives, all leading to mental disorders being underreported or misreported.”
Any innovation that develops and flows from local entities or companies, or involves solutions or organizations that compete with different solutions and ideas, is derided. For instance, the paper frowns on the unregulated proliferation of mental health tech apps:
“There are more than 10,000 apps related to mental health in the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store. The overwhelming majority of those 10,000 apps, it should be noted, are not currently evidence-based.”
The WEC Toolkit cites a “study” to justify its claim. But the cited study wasn’t even designed to assess the 10,000 apps for the “evidence” behind them. The study’s abstract stated it involved less than 150 patients and was not about assessing 10,000 mental health apps at all. In other words, the WEC Toolkit’s claim about mental health apps lacking evidence is deceptive and lacking in evidence.
And so it is with much of the Toolkit. The document can be read as elites trying to hijack control of “disruptive” innovations like blockchain technologies and local entities and innovations, to set the agenda according to its ideologically-driven goals.