| Naomi Klein |
(Author, activist, filmmaker)
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
|Alma mater||University of Toronto|
Canadian activist who exposed disaster capitalism with The Shock Doctrine
Naomi Klein is a Canadian author, social activist, and filmmaker known for her political analyses and criticism of corporate globalization and capitalism. She first became known internationally for her alter-globalization book "No Logo" (1999); "The Take" (2004), a documentary about Argentina's occupied factories (written by her and directed by her husband Avi Lewis) and "The Shock Doctrine"" (2007), a critical analysis of the history of neoliberal economics.
The Great Reset
It appears that she does not apply her critical analysis of neoliberal politics when it comes to the Great Reset, which could indeed be argued is coupled with the restrictions that have been employed worldwide due to the coronavirus and are affecting the working population and small business owners in every country of the planet.
“In short, the Great Reset encompasses some good stuff that won’t happen and some bad stuff that certainly will and, frankly, nothing out of the ordinary in our era of “green” billionaires readying rockets for Mars. [...] And yet search for the term “global reset” and you will be bombarded with breathless “exposés” of a secret globalist cabal, headed by Schwab and Bill Gates, that is using the state of shock created by the coronavirus (which is probably itself a “hoax”) to turn the world into a high-tech dictatorship that will take away your freedom forever: a green/socialist/Venezuela/Soros/forced vaccine dictatorship if the Reset exposé is coming from the far right, and a Big Pharma/GMO/biometric implants/5G/robot dog/forced vaccine dictatorship if the exposé hails from the far left.”
Naomi Klein (December 8 2020) 
A Quote by Naomi Klein
|Mind control||“When torture is covertly practiced but officially and legally repudiated, there is still hope that if atrocities are exposed, justice could prevail. When torture is pseudo-legal and those responsible deny that it is torture, what dies is what Hannah Arendt called "the juridical person in man".”||2005||The Guardian, The US has used torture for decades. All that's new is the openness about it|