Founded the World Economic Forum in 1971 as a not-for-profit foundation; has built it into the International Organization for Public-Private Cooperation. 1998, together with his wife Hilde, co-founded the Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship, supporting social innovation around the world. 2004, founded the Forum of Young Global Leaders, a multistakeholder community of young leaders (30-40 years old) who share a commitment to shaping the global future. 2011, founded the Global Shapers Community, a global network of local hubs in cities around the world bringing together young people (20-30 years old) who are exceptional in their potential, achievements and drive to make a contribution to their communities. 1971 to 2003, Professor of Business Policy, University of Geneva. Academic contributions include the first publication describing the Stakeholder Theory in 1971 and a new approach to global competitiveness in 1979. Studied at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, the University of Fribourg and Harvard University. Doctorate in Mechanical Engineering and Doctorate in Economics (summa cum laude). Honorary professorships and numerous honorary doctorates. Recipient of an Honorary Knighthood (KCMG) and international and national honours for initiatives undertaken in the spirit of entrepreneurship in the global public interest and for peace and reconciliation efforts.
Communists go to such great lengths to let you know it's definitely not communism, while not telling you what it is........ Because it's communism.
Report after report by the WEF claim to be helping business and people offset the problems of the world. Problems the WEF caused in the first place. Classic creeping socialist tactic. Actively destroy something and then claim it never worked Because it needs socialism....of course!
Another tactic used for millenia by the socialist left is to destroy something, claim somebody else did it and go mental about it , rounding the accused up and killing or imprisoning them, and outlawing their supporters etc. Old as the hills, from way before the Reichstag fire.
If you suffer denialism, these same tired old tactics seem to be invisible.
From the stunts pulled in Brazil...same tactic......to the Jan 6 "let 'em in to walk around and then shoot one" bullshit with the Biden socialist coup, it is not seen for what it is.
This is the absolute danger of denialism.
If you refuse to believe you let people who want you dead inject you, you won't clearly see the other stuff for what it is.
If you believe the Jan 6 set up was no different to the Reighstag fire... a complete set up to blame your political competition and enemies, then you have to then contemplate who's asking you to take boosters and who threatened you and coersed you into taking their injection.
And when enough denialists do wake up, they'll need to start ww3 or at least have people fighting over food so badly, no one will be concerned about anything else.
They are at war with us,...not Russia, we are the primary targets and realists can see it a mile away. And the war room at Davos is again in full swing this month.
As this is primarily a global communist coup "from the inside" ..."ze cabinetz penetrrrrrrrated" our main parties have been awash with their traitors, none moreso than Greg Hunt and Scott Morrison as the emails prove.
At the moment, I see hopefully, the little wog PM doesn't want to take orders as much as some. I get the feeling he knows exactly what's going on, and will do what he is told, but dammit, he took "yonks" ter get to vu top to fight conserfatives, and now there is none left to fight, he doesn't want to just be a servant to globalism. Ego.
Oh dear, He's not wagging his Davos tail hard enough, so he'll soon have the tail wagging him.
I could be wrong there, and it wouldn't surprise me to be so.
It's that time of year when the global elites are fuelling up their private jets, preparing to set off the the Swiss resort town of Davos in order to plan the future of the world.
That future includes these emission emitting leaders planning a society where your use of industrialisation is subjugated to their climate change whims.
The organisers of the Davos get together, Klaus Schwab and his World Economic Forum, want to add more crony to capitalism while allowing you to eat bugs and own nothing.
They claim that's what will make you happy.
The true extent of influence of the Davos cabal is usually publicly denied while simultaneously they openly talk about their plans between themselves.
Even when the plans are revelaed publicly, they are not widely covered by mainstream media. I can only wonder why.
However, one recent leak makes for very interesting reading. It's a list of those who have registered to attend next weeks summit.
The Dossier is the group that released the information. They write:
The WEF is the chief coalition builder for what amounts to a public-private fascist movement. Over the years, they've partnered with the most influential individuals in business, along with central bankers, governmental head honchos, and international organisations, in order to facilitate their top-down vision for technocratic tyranny, or what they call “stakeholder capitalism.”
The WEF seeks to deliberately roll back human progress, innovation, and personal flourishing, under the guise of saving the planet from a so-called climate emergency.
It's not hard to see the coalition of elites when perusing the attendees as they cover academia, business and politics.
From an Australian perspective, some of those named on the list include:
Peter Holmes a Court; Special Correspondent, Australian Financial Review
Genevieve Bell; Distinguished Professor; Director, School of Cybernetics Australian National University
Julie Bishop; Chancellor Australian National University
Mike Henry; Chief Executive Officer BHP Group
Timothy Ayres; Assistant Minister for Trade Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Australia
Now, just because these people are attending doesn't mean they are part of the elite clique wanting to rule the world but they will be rubbing shoulders with a batch of people who do.
There will be representatives from Big Pharma, Big Tech, Big Media, Big Business, Big Finance, Big Oil and Big Rent-seekers all swapping big ideas and business cards at this global 'networking' event.
You can download the list of attendees below.
davos.pdf • 3 MB
Of course international master grifter, Ukrainian President Volodomyr Zelenskyy will also be a key note speaker.
I have no doubt he will demand more money and weapons while seeking to draw the world into WW3 to support his corrupt government.
He'll probably get what he wants too.
Few of the Davos crowd seem intent on avoiding global conflict.
Instead, the global alliances appear to be forming in preparation for war.
Israel and Saudi Arabia are lining up against Iran. Russia is aligning with North Korea, China and Iran. North Korea is amassing forces preparing for conflict with the South. China is preparing to take Taiwan while the USA is trying to build an enhanced Pacific alliance of its own.
The WEF mantra is 'committed to improving the state of the world' but I'd hazard a guess that that 'improvement' is not about finding allowing people to live and let-live, instead fuelling division in an attempt to entrench their own power.
Have a great day.
P.S - Yesterday I republished an interesting piece by Stephen Spartacus about a gender tax being proposed by a senior Liberal shadow minister. It's hard to believe the once great Liberal Party has fallen so far. Read it HERE
Governments will face “tough trade-offs” as they manage the cost of living crisis, geopolitical security and dealing with climate change in coming years, with vulnerable countries potentially facing a “perpetual state of crisis”.
That’s a key warning from the World Economic Forum’s latest Global Risks Report which highlights the cost of living crisis, natural disasters and extreme weather and geo-economic confrontation as the top risks over two years.
The report garnered responses from more than 1,200 risk experts, academia, business, government and other participants with responses collected for about a month until October 5, 2022. The document is produced annually and in 2023 the report was in partnership with Marsh McLennan and Zurich Insurance Group.
“Short-term geo-economic risks are putting net-zero commitments to the test and have exposed a gap between what is scientifically necessary and politically palatable,” the WEF report found. “Dramatically accelerated collective action on the climate crisis is needed to limit the consequences of a warming world. Meanwhile, security considerations and increasing military expenditure may leave less fiscal headroom to cushion the impacts of an elongate cost of living crisis.
“Without a change in trajectory, vulnerable countries could reach a perpetual state of crisis where they are unable to invest in future growth, human development and green technologies.”
The report urged governments and business to work “collectively and decisively” to balance those forces over the short and medium term, while also taking action to limit global warming.
On the issue of extreme weather, the report noted heatwaves and droughts were already causing “mass mortality events” for animals and plants, citing a hot day in 2014 when more than 45,000 flying foxes in Australia were killed. It also outlined that sea level increases and heavy storms had caused the first extinctions of entire species.
“2023 is set to be marked by increased risks related to food, energy, raw materials and cyber security, causing further disruption,” said Carolina Klint, Marsh’s Continental Europe risk leader.
Over ten years, climate change and environmental risks dominated responses in the WEF report. The top risks cited were failure to mitigate climate change, failure of climate-change adaptation, natural disasters and biodiversity loss and ecosystem collapse.
“The interplay between climate change impacts, biodiversity loss, food security and natural resource consumption is a dangerous cocktail,” said John Scott, Zurich’s head of sustainability risk.
“Without significant policy change or investments, this mix will accelerate ecosystem collapse, threaten food supplies, amplify the impacts of natural disasters and limit further climate mitigation progress,” he said.
“Recent progress in the deployment of renewable energy technologies and electric vehicles gives us good reasons to be optimistic.”
The economy-specific responses listed the cost of living crisis, debt crisis and rapid or sustained inflation as the biggest risks cited from respondents about Australia.
“In the near term, cost of living is the key issue in Australia... particularly given the impact it has on economic inequality and general social and political cohesion,” said Jaimie Sach, Zurich’s Australia and New Zealand chief risk officer.
“Over the longer term... Of particular interest in an Australian context is the increasing risk around resource competition, specifically in critical ‘new-economy’ minerals where we are a key global supplier. This will be a significant area of future economic and geopolitical interest.”
The report noted that annual demand for resources such as copper, zinc, aluminium, graphite, lithium, coltan and cobalt was anticipated to hit 450 per cent of 2018 production levels by 2050.
It also found that with a trend towards remilitarisation, critical minerals and metals could be among the “primary fronts” of economic and geopolitical warfare over the latter half of the decade. That was amplified by the “building of national stockpiles of key materials”, the report said.
Other concerns that made both the World Economic Forum’s top risks over the near and long term included cyber security and crime and large-scale involuntary migration.
The report noted involuntary migration typically stemmed from “persistent discrimination and persecution, lack of economic advancement opportunities, natural or human-made disasters, and internal or interstate conflict”.
More broadly, the report’s conclusion noted governments needed to address current crises without being distracted from the longer-term view.
The enemy have us surrounded. Good! Now we know where to find the bastards! -various