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The Curious Case of Klaus' Cronies
Another Fake Insurrection
Not too long ago, intramural discontent with Klaus Schwab was made public by certain members of the World Economic Forum. Larry Elliot of The Guardian published an article titled —
Mutiny erupts among WEF staff over role of ‘Mr Davos’
Founder and chair Klaus Schwab has run forum for 52 years but is now seen by some past and present staff as ‘a law unto himself’
To those of us who are aware of Klaus & Co.’s desire to depopulate most of humanity, and transform those of who remain into biotech-controlled slaves who exist simply to serve their needs, this headline sounds promise. That is, until you read the whole article.
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The article does not reveal that Klaus is the sole creator of the technocratic dystopia the World Economic Forum has been pushing on the world for decades. It does not reveal that this is the reason why he has been called “a law unto himself” by his cronies. It does not reveal that the WEF members think their general direction is immoral and should be stopped. Instead, it reveals that Klaus is acting a little too independently for the tastes of his friends, that he has hired people of whom his friends do not approve, and that as a result the WEF is not running as smoothly as it could be in its progress to achieve the dystopian future for which all of its members, including Klaus, lust. Elliot puts it this way —
A group of current and former WEF staff members who contacted the Guardian said the 82-year-old Schwab was a law unto himself and had surrounded himself with “nobodies” who were incapable of running the organisation he founded in the early 1970s.
So, you see, the complaint given here is that Klaus was exercising individuality, surrounding himself with people of which his group did not approve, and was incapable of running the organization (i.e. accomplishing the organization’s goal of creating a technocratic, dystopian nightmare on earth).
It is true that the article reports the pseudo-whistle blowers state that Klaus
“…is completely unaccountable to anyone inside and outside the organisation…”
And, admittedly, this does make it seem as though these cronies are truly concerned about the evil being propagated by Klaus. But that isn’t the case at all. For in the first place, the statement contradicts itself. The pseudo-whistle blowers are holding Klaus accountable by making his actions known to The Guardian, an outlet that openly and frequently shills for the WEF, publishing articles calling for it to address and solve global “megathreats” (which are, unsurprisingly, the same ones which Klaus & Co. are supposedly attempting to address and solve).
Klaus’ cronies believe that he is rendering the WEF ineffective by his choice of leadership. Note the language in this following quote —
“In most organisations the next generation of top leadership is faintly visible at the higher levels of management but at the WEF Klaus has surrounded himself with such a group of nobodies at the top that it’s hard to see how any of them could be taken seriously by anyone of consequence inside or outside the organisation.”
These cronies are not opposed to the WEF’s goals. Quite the opposite; they want their higher ups to be taken seriously, so that they can accomplish the WEF’s goals.
Klaus is being criticized for not moving the WEF along fast enough, putting them in a vulnerable position where they are not taken seriously and are, consequently, criticized by the “useless eaters.” But rest assured that these criticisms do not constitute a “mutiny.” The article reports that Klaus “allowed speculation about his future to surface.” Does that sound like a lack of control? And what is more, one of the Davos members states that he found such criticisms “a bit disrespectful [given everything [Klaus] has done].”
Does that sound like a mutiny to you?
Some Final Thoughts
Learn to recognize this kind of media sleight of hand. Read between the lines. This article reveals quite a few things which should be the focus of alt news reporters and concerned readers. For instance, it shows us that Klaus is not the all-powerful villain some critics of the WEF have made him out to be. He is a replaceable pawn who, like any other replaceable pawn, is subject to performance evaluation by his superiors. Moreover, the article shows us that the media is aware of the fact that people want to hear the WEF is falling apart, and that they think your reading will not go past the headlines they publish. So, to put the matter bluntly, they are complicit in pushing the WEF agenda forward by feeding you deceptive headlines in order to make you complacent.
See Roubini, Nouriel. “Davos elites need to wake up to ‘megathreats’ the world is facing”, The Guardian, Jan 19, 2023, https://www.theguardian.com/business/2023/jan/19/davos-megathreats-imf-economic-financial-challenges.