The World Economic Forum was back in Davos, Switzerland for the first time since 2020 for its annual winter meeting with the world’s elites on Monday.
“Under the theme of ‘Cooperation in a Fragmented World’, we’ll look at how we can tackle the numerous and interlinked challenges the world is facing and find solutions through public-private cooperation.” the WEF said in a press release.
Key words: PUBLIC-PRIVATE COOPERATION
World Economic Forum founder Klaus Schwab on Monday delivered opening remarks to the elites.
Klaus Schwab once again promoted the Great Reset and the virtues of worldwide collectivism to world leaders.
“We are confronted with so many crises simultaneously,” Klaus Schwab said.
“What does it need to master the future? I think to have a platform where all stakeholders of society are engaged – governments, business, civil societies, young generation…I think is the first step to meet all the challenges,” Klaus Schwab said.
NEW — Klaus Schwab Opens the 2023 World Economic Forum Annual Meeting with a Call to “Master the Future” pic.twitter.com/CI5PdWpWoX
— Chief Nerd (@TheChiefNerd) January 16, 2023
Immediately after Klaus Schwab’s opening remarks at WEF 2023, a Swiss MP from the Green Party was already promoting a green utopia of ‘walking cities’ where people no longer need cars.
Klaus Schwab barely finished his opening remarks at WEF 23 and a Swiss MP from the Greens Party is already promoting a 15 minute city style concept where people no longer need cars. Also encourages punishing businesses that don't adhere to climate agreements. #wef23 pic.twitter.com/3S7WUb7TZ0
— Rukshan Fernando (@therealrukshan) January 16, 2023
Last year Klaus Schwab warned of global cyberattacks and worldwide disruptions with food and energy systems.
“History is truly at a turning point,” Klaus Schwab said at the 2022 World Government Summit in March.
“We do not yet know the full extent and the systemic structural changes which will happen, however, we do know the global energy systems, food systems, and supply chains will be deeply affected,” Schwab said speaking on the economic fallout from Covid-19, dangers of climate change and clashing world governments.