Many of you may be only slightly aware of the World Economic Forum (WEF) and it’s Davos annual event, named for its hosting location in Switzerland.
At base, the WEF is an organization made up mostly of Western power brokers that preaches a lot about climate change and world problems, often focusing on economic issues.
You might associate the WEF with concepts like ‘The Great Reset’, a kind of New World Order conspiracy talked about on late-night conservative news shows and widely derided by their left-wing counterparts. If you’re an avid reader of my work, you know that I have a soft spot for ‘conspiracy theorists’ who have been knocking the truth out of the park lately.
With Davos beginning this week, it’s an excellent time to discuss what happens at this annual event and how it ultimately trickles down into the lives of the common man.
— Wall Street Silver (@WallStreetSilv) January 2, 2023
As I mentioned, the WEF hosts an annual event called Davos where the world’s elite come to pay their respects to founder Klaus Schwab – I imagine they have sharks with lasers on the heads of a James Bond villain. his basement aquarium – and to ensure that they maintain their feelings of importance.
This year’s attendees included 600 CEOs, more than 50 world leaders and a variety of celebrities including Idris Elba.
Let’s take a look at just a few of the speakers at this year’s event:
- “Special Address by Xi Jinping” with Chinese President Xi Jinping and Klaus Schwab
- “COVID-19: What’s Next?” With Anthony Fauci
- Special speech by UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres
- “Accelerating and Enhancing Climate Innovation” – with John Kerry and Bill Gates
- “A Conversation with Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen”
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Not only does this all sound excruciatingly boring, but it also highlights how our global elites are attracted to each other and share the same views and values.
It is interesting that the special opening speech was a pairing between a man not well known for human rights or climate friendliness and the founder of the WEF who doubles as Ernst Blofeld.
But at any rate, is it really so boring or is there more than meets the eye?
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I bumped into the AstraZeneca boss when he entered WEF today. Mark now admits that he did not stop the spread of the vaccine but defends the orders anyway.
He scrambled past the restricted area before I heard about the recent increase in “sudden deaths.”
But I’m here all week. pic.twitter.com/5EMSefjv6I
— Avi Praman (@OzraeliAvi) January 17, 2023
Comedian-turned-presenter Russell Brand has been covering the WEF Davos event and brilliantly broke down what WEF is essentially for the world:
“…another of these unelected global organizations…”
He explains how this group preaches about various changes that significantly affect the life of the common man but not any participant, whose wealth protects them.
However, the best point he made was:
“…the policies formulated, discussed and popularized through the discourse at Davos are implemented by governments.”
Some of my chat @James Melville On the history of the WEF, digital IDs and the ‘Great Reset’ agenda
— Russell Brand (@rustyrockets) January 16, 2023
Oh, look, now that’s interesting. What could he be referring to?
Let’s talk about those gas stoves. WEF last year floated the idea that the world needs to switch off gas stoves, and we’ve all heard the news recently about how our government has toyed with the idea.
This stems from a Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) study that found gas stoves were ‘probably responsible’ for 12% of childhood asthma. RMI CEO John Crites will be the guest speaker at Davos this year.
Huh, that’s interesting. The study conducted by his organization was an observational study, and a Harvard Medical School study noted:
“…cooking with gas cannot be proven to be a direct cause of asthma.”
However, the idea continues to circulate.
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Recalibrate your mind
The left wing media tries to get the facts out of the way by cooking up conspiracy theories from the right wing loons sitting in fear in their doomsday bunkers.
One such theory is that the WEF is trying to reorganize society, as the Associated Press put it:
“…using global uncertainty as a pretext to take away rights.”
I can’t imagine why anyone would possibly think that’s crazy talk. People may have noticed things like how the WEF pushed a phrase in a now-deleted article on a website written by Ida Auken, a member of parliament from Denmark:
“Welcome to 2030. I have nothing, no privacy and life has never been better.”
— World Economic Forum (@wef) December 12, 2016
I know what you’re thinking; That’s pretty crazy, plus, this article was published years ago and has since been deleted from the WEF website.
However, this week Australian e-Safety Commissioner Julie Inman said in Davos:
“…we need to think about a recalibration of the whole range of human rights.”
What rights specifically? Right to freedom of speech and data protection.
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An echo chamber
The best event scheduled this year in Davos is titled ‘The Clear and Present Danger of Information’, by none other than former CNN alum Brian Stelter.
The description of this event is as follows:
“As information pollution spreads at unprecedented speed and scale, how can the public, regulators, and social media companies best collaborate to tackle misinformation?”
First of all, information pollution is a fantastically catchy phrase that I bet we’ll start seeing all over our media in the next few months. Second, I’ll bet dollars to donuts that the event will speak in depth about recalibrating free speech to reduce information pollution.
In plain English: How we should silence the mere peasants and everyone else with wrong opinions.
Another topic that will get a lot of discussion at Davos involves the digital identity push. It’s interesting how the left looks at digitizing all our information, leaving us all vulnerable to geolocation, social credit systems and batching of biometric data without consent, but don’t dare bring up voter ID.
Note, soon, California will adopt digital identification.
Elon Musk, a scathing critic of the WEF, explains:
“This is not some Illuminati conspiracy to destroy humanity, but rather an extension of the well-meaning environmental sustainability movement that has gone too far.”
In part, I agree.
As for the WEF as a whole, it is There is It’s important to keep tabs on what elites are thinking and proposing, but it’s just as important to keep accountability where it belongs.
It wasn’t the WEF or Klaus Schwab that locked us down during COVID; That is our We chose the leaders we voted for.
WWEF is not the one who urged many of us in various industries to get a vaccine that now seems to be embroiled in controversy regarding side effects; That is our We chose the leaders we voted for.
A free flow of ideas, bad, scary or even scary, is essential. The way they look is dangerous only Ideas are being preached and we vote for the same idiots who are putting these stupid ideas into practice.
It won’t be long before we’re all eating impossible burgers made by insects on our electric stoves with our digital IDs selling our information to the Chinese.
WEF wants to eat bugs, I say a big funk to WEF. I love my proteins they can eat their bugs and insects. Who is with me? Retweet and comment your answers. pic.twitter.com/qm99IDi4RJ
— Anonymous (@Anonymous06668) January 16, 2023
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