In promoting ”The Great Reset” in 2020, Schwab said the COVID-19 “pandemic represents a rare but narrow window of opportunity to reflect, reimagine, and reset our world” (there way.)
Must be ,,the right conditions under duress and stress”/ . Straight out of science fiction and the attempts anything but new. The dream of a few to own and control our world and do what they like, everything, including your life, body, children, organs, others but can’s say/state. Infinite Power and greed. In its mission statement, the WEF claims “it is independent, impartial and not tied to any special interests.” The statement continues:
“The Forum strives in all its efforts to demonstrate entrepreneurship in the global public interest while upholding the highest standards of governance. Moral and intellectual integrity is at the heart of everything it does.” Sofar.
A wolf in sheep’s cloth and using scare mongering to hid their real agenda. Sometimes I feel down, these Established institutions backed by government contracts and corporate interests may look like unassailable fortresses in the moment?
The planning and preparing took them a long time. To create the right crises from Covid to War and not forget the faked climate change.
Climate changes all the time and is dynamic but has nothing to do with carbon dioxide. That is the the raw material plants need to grow and produce including food.
Its current concentration about 0.04 % and as such a trace. Come down in earth human considerable over time. They did pick it to be able to tax any oxygen using bio lifeform including humans. At the same time trying to blame them for earth pollution of land, water and air however it origin the result of industrialization the globalist/industry domain and also at its core here in Davos. Others, critics describe the WEF as a “fanatical political organization masquerading as a neutral entity” with the goal of “centralizing power into the possession of hand-picked global elites” and for operating with no public input or accountability and straight out of Spielberg. Minority Report is set in the year 2054, but is taking now place 2023. Seemingly taking its cue from science fiction, technology has moved so fast in the short time since Minority Report premiered in 2002 that what once seemed futuristic no longer occupies the realm of science fiction.
The digital prison a must and impossible to escape.
The result of the various nascent technologies employed and shared by the government and corporations alike—facial and introduced without getting consent recognition, iris scanners, massive databases, behavior prediction software, and so on—are incorporated into a complex, interwoven cyber network aimed at tracking our movements, predicting our thoughts and controlling our behavior, Spielberg’s unnerving vision of the future is fast becoming our reality.
No body did bother to explain nor ask me nor do I know anybody they did. Even the right to tell me what I have to do with my body. Trying to create a precedent during this so-called pandemic and take out bodily integrity away.
We are increasingly ruled by multi-corporations wedded to the police state. Much of the population is either hooked on illegal drugs or ones prescribed by doctors. And bodily privacy and integrity has been utterly eviscerated by a prevailing view that we have no rights over what happens to their bodies during an encounter with government officials, who are allowed to search, seize, strip, scan, spy on, probe, pat down, taser, and arrest any individual at any time and for the slightest provocation. In his opening address, Schwab said that current crises around the world, ranging from COVID-19 to the high cost of living, are “serving as catalytic forces for the economic transformation.” Forgotten that it were are the globalist/industrialist who brought us toxins, polluted water ,land and the air, and nature/humans and now are going to act in name of the creator good. Public-private partnerships: solutions to the world’s problems or ‘top-down vision for technocratic tyranny’? In its Twitter bio, the WEF describes itself as “The international organization for public-private cooperation.” This is evident in its description of this year’s meeting, where the WEF says, “We’ll look at how we can tackle the numerous and interlinked challenges the world is facing and find solutions through public-private cooperation.” A Jan. 17 press conference at this year’s meeting, for instance, was titled “Philanthropic-Public-Private Partnerships for Climate & Nature,” and included participants from the Bezos Earth Fund and McKinsey & Company, as well as Børge Brende, former Norwegian foreign minister and current WEF president. Brende said, “Time is running out to address critical global challenges” and he introduced the concept of “stakeholder geopolitics” as a means of tackling them. Also on Jan. 17, Spain’s foreign minister, José Manuel Albares Bueno, said the COVID-19 and Ukraine crises “have shown us that the best method is to do things together,” as “we get out of crises quicker and in better shape.” Schachtel described this focus as “a public-private fascist movement,” where the WEF partners with the “most influential individuals in business, along with central bankers, governmental head honchos, and international organizations, in order to facilitate their top-down vision for technocratic tyranny, or what they call ‘stakeholder capitalism.’” Leaders arrive in ‘droves of private jets’ to talk ‘Green’ politics Lawton reported that multiple participants at this year’s conference discussed ideas for how we can transition to a “climate positive lifestyle.” Gore suggested that activities considered to be “anti-climate” should be defunded, while Guterres said, “To stop our ‘self-defeating war on nature,’ we must close the emissions gap, phase out coal, and supercharge the renewable revolution,” adding that oil companies have perpetuated a “big lie” on climate change. In turn, Oxford University professor Ngaire Woods suggested the implementation of a “real carbon price” by every country, in order to accelerate the energy transition, while in an interview outside the official meeting schedule, Schwab Foundation member Kola Masha talked about “forcing” environmental policy on the public. Lawton observed that all WEF meeting participants, upon registration, were surveyed “to calculate their carbon footprint for attending the meeting in Davos.” Perhaps belying the underlying goal of purported “green” proposals, Kerry said, during a panel titled “Philanthropy: A Catalyst for Protecting Our Planet,” that the only way to achieve a 1.5 degree Centigrade reduction in the global temperature was “Money, Money, Money, Money, Money, Money, Money.” Articles on the WEF website complementing the meeting program suggest, “Why you should consider adding carbon credits to your climate action plan,” and how cities can adopt “environmental, social, governance” (ESG) management utilizing the metaverse and blockchain, and ideas like the “15 minute city” and “traffic filters.” In an interview with Nicholas Lyons, Lord Mayor of the City of London, when asked why WEF participants engaged with China in light of its severe lockdowns, he pivoted to climate change, stating, “Human rights issues are always a concern … but also you have to understand, the biggest challenge facing the world is climate change.”
Some critics argue the WEF’s annual meeting “acts as the go-to in-person, invite-only, closed to ideological outsiders policy and ideas shop for the power bent globalist ruling class.” Thousands of prominent political and business figures are congregating in Davos, Switzerland, this week for the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum, as critics accused them of “centralizing power into the possession of hand-picked global elites. Lets have a closer look on invite only:
‘Annual pilgrimage to genuflect to Bill Gates and Klaus Schwab’
The roster of speakers at this year’s WEF meeting
represents a proverbial “who’s who” of the global political, business, journalistic and nonprofit elite. Referencing the significant number of journalists participating as panelists and speakers, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., chairman and chief litigation counsel for Children’s Health Defense
, said: “The American press makes its annual pilgrimage to genuflect to Bill Gates and Klaus Schwab and get its marching orders from the billionaires.” Among this year’s WEF meeting speakers are 52 heads of state and government, including representatives of royal families, and 56 national finance ministers, 35 ministers of foreign affairs, 30 ministers of commerce and 19 governors of central banks.
Indeed, a record number of heads of state
is attending this year’s meeting. The U.S. contingent at this year’s meeting
includes key Biden administration and intelligence community figures, including FBI
Director Christopher Wray, Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines, Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry, Secretary of Labor Martin J. Walsh, U.S. Agency for International Development
Administrator Samantha Power, U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai and several members of Congress from both parties. Schachtel said the U.S. delegation is smaller than last year’s, which he attributed to “the massive blowback the World Economic Forum has received.” Key international figures on this year’s roster include U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus
, Secretary General of NATO Jens Stoltenberg
, Christine Lagarde
, president of the European Central Bank and former managing director of the International Monetary Fund
(IMF) and former Vice President Al Gore. More than a dozen representatives of the EU are attending, including President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen
, President of the European Parliament Roberta Metsola
, and other key officials, including the EU’s commissioner for the economy and its executive vice president for the European Green Deal. European heads of state, such as German Chancellor Olaf Scholz
and Prime Minister of The Netherlands Mark Rutte, are among the speakers, alongside European royal figures such as Queen Mathilde of the Belgians, Queen Máxima of the Netherlands and Prince Albert II of Monaco. A large contingent of Ukrainian politicians
also is attending. Big Pharma
also is strongly represented in this year’s speaker list. Attendees include Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla — who at last year’s WEF meeting discussed how microchips will one day be added to pills
— Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel
, top-level executives of AstraZeneca, Bayer
, Merck and Sanofi, and Adar Poonawalla of India’s Serum Institute
, the world’s largest vaccine manufacturer. Key business and financial figures on the speaker’s list include BlackRock CEO Larry Fink
CEO Andy Jassy, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon, Citigroup CEO Jane Fraser and Bain & Company
Chairman Orit Gadiesh, alongside the governors of central banks of countries such as France, Israel and The Netherlands. Five representatives of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation are on the speaker’s list, as are editors and journalists from outlets such as The Associated Press, Reuters and The Washington Post
, and Axios, Bloomberg, CBS, CNBC, CNN, Deutsche Welle, The Economist, the Financial Times, Forbes, Foreign Affairs, Fortune, Fox Business, NBC, The Atlantic
, The New York Times, Politico and The Wall Street Journal. There’s also no shortage of Big Tech
and fintech representatives on the WEF speakers lineup, including executives from Google, LinkedIn, Meta, Microsoft, TikTok, alongside Mastercard
and Visa. In all, more than 2,700 participants from 130 countries
are listed. Notably, George Soros
, chair of Soros Fund Management and founder of the Open Society Foundations, said in a Jan. 10 tweet that he will not be in attendance at this year’s WEF meeting “due to an unavoidable scheduling conflict.” Soros’ son, Alexander Soros, deputy chair of the Open Society Foundations, is on the roster, however. According to Andrew Lawton
, a journalist with Canadian outlet True North: “Everyone at the World Economic Forum annual meeting — including journalists and participants — has to take a PCR test upon arrival. If you don’t take a test, the chip in your ID badge is deactivated. If you test positive for COVID the badge is also deactivated.” An intense security curtain has been set up in Davos, with police
and military roadblocks
and checkpoints, fingerprint scanning
and an “unofficial” “World Economic Forum Police
.” Lawton reported
that “private bilateral and multilateral” meetings among participants are likely also being held, “which don’t appear on the programme.” ‘We are a select group of human beings’
Despite the presence of so many high-level figures at the annual WEF meeting, Schwab has previously said
he doesn’t make “political statements or economic statements which are … in any way influencing political personalities.” However, Schwab was photographed mingling with global heads of state
at the November 2022 G20 conference in Indonesia. Schwab also previously proclaimed that alumni
of his Forum of Young Global Leaders
” the governments of multiple countries, where WEF policies are widely being adopted
. In the leadup to this year’s meeting, the WEF raised some eyebrows
with its list of the “Top 10 Risks” facing the world over a two- and 10-year period, including the “cost of living crisis,” “erosion of social cohesion” and “large-scale involuntary migration.” According to Lawton, corporate executives view the benefit of participation in the WEF meeting as “face-time with politicians
,” while NGO leaders focus on getting “an audience with business leaders (potential donors) and policy-makers.” However, Lawton noted that attendance at speeches by world leaders
in Davos is “sparse.” Nevertheless, perhaps revealing how participants view their role as WEF invitees, Kerry, speaking at this year’s meeting, said, “We are a select group of human beings
” who “sit in a room and come together and actually talk about saving the planet.” This theme of “saving the planet” is evidenced by the titles of some of the panels at this year’s WEF meeting
, including “Leading the Charge through Earth’s New Normal
,” “Tackling Harm in the Digital Era
” and “Why We Need Battery Passports
.” Leaders tackle ‘clear and present danger’ of ‘misinformation’ and ‘disinformation’
One of the key themes permeating this year’s WEF meeting is the perceived need to tackle so-called “misinformation” and “disinformation.” This was evidenced, for instance, by a panel “The Clear and Present Danger of Disinformation
” panel, which included former CNN personality Brian Stelter
, Times Publisher Arthur Gregg Sulzberger, European Commission Vice President Věra Jourová, Rep. Seth Moulton (D-Mass.) and Internews CEO Jeanne Bourgault. During this session
, Moulton blamed “mis info”
for not “get[ting] people to take a COVID vaccine,” while Sulzberger described “disinformation” as “the most existential” challenge society faces, and Jourová suggested “disinformation” could be fought via enacting “increased regulations,” calling on the U.S. to pass hate speech legislation. Sen. Joe Manchin
(D-W.Va.), speaking on another panel, said, “The problem we have is the open press system and basically all the platforms.”