COVID-19 is part of the WEF strategy
Prince Charles at the World Economic Forum, January 2020, Davos
Covid-19 pandemic has only accelerated trends like lack of inclusion, WEF founder says
Michael J. Matt from The Remnant TV
It’s a blueprint for the global development of humanity under the boot of corporate masters
Tim Bryant | 30 March 2016 “A brief glance at history will tell you that emperors and tyrants have been trying to expand their power and influence over greater and greater areas for centuries. It just happens that today it can be done on a global scale like never before…“
World Economic Forum Related press release | 15 January 2020 The Global Risks Report 2020 presents the major risks the world will be facing in the coming year. It stresses the need for a multistakeholder approach to addressing the world’s greatest challenges, and comes ahead of the World Economic Forum’s 50th Annual Meeting in Davos-Klosters, where the focus is Stakeholders for a Cohesive and Sustainable World. Speakers: Borge Brende, President, World Economic Forum Mirek Dusek, Deputy Head of the CentreRead More→
World Economic Forum | 7 October 2020 The Global Risks Report 2020 warned that an unsettled geopolitical landscape and a retreat from multilateralism threaten our ability to take action on the most pressing risks. As the global response to the COVID-19 crisis continues, how can governments, businesses and individuals rebuild the global partnerships that will be critical to resetting the world’s health, environment and economy?