Paths for freedom and progress
The bizarre organization WEF
SOCIETY AND POWER - 22/01/2023

On January 24, 1971, a Swiss-German university professor managed to raise money from the European Commission to fund his new idea— he wanted to start a business conference that would become a major global brand. He secured the funding and held the first conference the following month in the tiny Swiss town of Davos; it was a smashing success— more than 400 executives attended. The following year, the President of Luxembourg was a featured speaker.
And for decades since, attending the annual conference at Davos has become a rite of passage among the world’s business and political elite. The professor turned conference organizer, of course, is Klaus Schwab. And the organization he started is now known as the World Economic Forum (which was meeting right now 16 to 20 of January 2023).

The WEF has turned into an overzealous, supranational, undemocratic organization with a dangerous amount of power; Schwab openly brags about the influence he has with world leaders. He named Russian President Vladimir Putin, former German Chancellor Angela Merkel, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, as examples to explain, “what we are very proud of… is that we penetrate the cabinets” of governments around the world.

Schwab said that half of Trudeau’s cabinet were Young Global Leaders of the WEF. Trudeau is a great example of the type of world the WEF wants to create; one where the government can, for example, form “public-private partnerships” to freeze your bank accounts for protesting against being required to take a vaccine in order to earn a living.

The WEF’s goals aren’t a theory. Schwab wrote a book about it. You can read exactly what his worldview is and see how it has made its way into legislation and national policy. Just four months after Covid was declared a pandemic, Schwab published a book called Covid-19: The Great Reset, arguing that the pandemic presented a “unique window of opportunity” for global elites to reshape “the direction of national economies, the priorities of societies, the nature of business models and the management of a global commons.”

The WEF was instrumental in promoting Covid lockdowns, vaccine mandates, and censorship of “misinformation.” Months before the outbreak of Covid, it hosted a “Global Pandemic Exercise” to simulate “an outbreak of a novel zoonotic coronavirus.”

One recommendation the conference put out was for governments “to partner with traditional and social media companies” to “combat mis- and disinformation” to ensure “that false messages are suppressed.” Naturally, an unelected group of global elites would have the final word on what constituted disinformation and needed to be suppressed.

The WEF also sees combating climate change as the perfect crisis to exploit to push through its anti-capitalist agenda. For example, in a recent article, the WEF argued for “uneconomic growth” in order to prevent climate change. It linked GDP growth to the number of natural disasters that occur, and even the likelihood of war.

Their lesson: humanity is better off if people are poorer. Well, most people. Certainly not the very important elites flying in on private jets to Davos, Switzerland this week for the WEF’s annual conference. They pretend to extol the virtues of representative democracy. But you’ll find absolutely none of that in the room. Instead it is a bunch of people who think they know better, and everyone else should live according to their will and dictates.

For example, a close partner in Schwab’s “public-private partnerships” to promote “stakeholder capitalism” is Larry Fink, who was also in Davos, and sits on the WEF board of trustees. Fink is the CEO of BlackRock, a firm which controls $10 trillion worth of global corporations. Their vision is “woke” corporations working in tandem with governments to “force behaviors” for what they decide is the greater good.

What might that look like? Well, the WEF has seriously suggested we’ll have to get used to eating bugs and weeds. And last year, the WEF published an article called, “Psychologists say a good life doesn’t have to be happy, or even meaningful.” So don’t worry, the WEF says, if you experience hardships such as “infertility, chronic illness and unemployment.”

A 2016 article published by the WEF declares “Welcome to 2030. I own nothing, have no privacy, and life has never been better.” When it comes to personal choices, the author writes, “I just want the algorithm to do it for me. It knows my taste better than I do by now.” These ideas are comically stupid, and the organization has lost credibility.

Most notably, Florida governor Ron DeSantis AND climate militant Greta Thunberg BOTH criticized the WEF as an irrelevant, destructive organization. Those two are about as far apart politically as it gets. And yet they agree that the WEF needs to shut up.

It’s quite common for arrogant, narcissistic ‘experts’ to force their ideas on to a society. The WEF is only the latest modern incarnation. And even though it has lost much of its credibility, it’s important to remember there are always going to be ‘experts’ out there who want to tell you how to live your life. Ultimately what ‘freedom’ means, your right to make your own decisions and control your own life, is hijacked by this suspicious bizarre organization. If you don’t care about your freedom, you can’t expect anyone else to care about it. More appropriately, you can probably expect others (like the WEF) to try and take it away.

Mayor public figures attending the Davos 2023: (Source https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2023/1/16/who-is-and-who-is-not-attending-the-world-economic)

    Alain Berset – president of the Swiss Confederation 2023 and Federal Councillor of Home Affairs
    Alexander De Croo – prime minister of Belgium
    Andrzej Duda – president of Poland
    Christine Lagarde – president of the European Central Bank
    Sanna Marin – prime minister of Finland
    Roberta Metsola – president of the European Parliament
    Kyriakos Mitsotakis – prime minister of Greece
    Mark Rutte – prime minister of the Netherlands
    Pedro Sánchez – prime minister of Spain
    Maia Sandu – president of the Republic of Moldova
    Olaf Scholz – federal chancellor of Germany
    Leo Varadkar – taoiseach of Ireland
    Ursula von der Leyen – president of the European Commission
    Aleksandar Vučić – president of Serbia

    Chrystia Freeland – deputy prime minister and minister of finance of Canada
    Avril Haines – US director of national intelligence
    John F Kerry – special US presidential envoy for climate
    Katherine Tai – US trade representative
    Gustavo Francisco Petro Urrego – president of Colombia
    Martin J. Walsh – US secretary of labour

    Aziz Akhannouch – head of government of Morocco
    Najla Bouden – prime minister of Tunisia
    Samia SuluhuHassan – president of Tanzania
    Félix Tshisekedi – president of the Democratic Republic of the Congo


    Ilham Aliyev – president of Azerbaijan
    Ferdinand Marcos, Jr – president of the Philippines
    Yoon Suk-yeol – president of South Korea

    Fatih Birol – executive director of the International Energy Agency
    Mirjana Spoljaric Egger – president of the International Committee of the Red Cross
    Antonio Guterres – secretary-general of the United Nations
    Kristalina Georgieva – managing director of the International Monetary Fund
    Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus – director general of World Health Organization
    Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala – director general of the World Trade Organization
    Catherine Russell – executive director of UNICEF
    Jens Stoltenberg – secretary-general of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization

WEF own list of confirmed participants here: https://www3.weforum.org/docs/WEF_AM23_List_of_confirmed_PFs.pdf

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