Klaus Schwab’s World Economic Forum Champions Neo-Fascism at Annual Meeting in Davos

In mid-January, the World Economic Forum (WEF) will host its 53rd Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland wherein more than 2,700 leaders from 130 countries (including 52 heads of state) will gather to “address people’s immediate, critical needs while also laying the groundwork for a more sustainable, resilient world by the end of the decade.” Apparently the Great Reset is not a crazy conspiracy theory after all.

At this year’s summit, which will result in a massive amount of carbon dioxide emissions from the slew of private jets ferrying these so-called leaders, the focus will be: “public-private cooperation to tackle the world’s most pressing challenges.”

As Klaus Schwab, the founder and executive chairman of the WEF said, “We see the manifold political, economic and social forces creating increased fragmentation on a global and national level. To address the root causes of this erosion of trust, we need to reinforce cooperation between the government and business sectors, creating the conditions for a strong and durable recovery. At the same time there must be the recognition that economic development needs to be made more resilient, more sustainable and nobody should be left behind.”

So, Klaus Schwab seeks to cement the relationship between big global government and big global business, which sounds a lot like the fundamentals of fascism.

However, unlike 20th century fascism, which sought to connect big government and big business on a national level, Schwab’s neo brand of fascism is potentially much more sinister because it strives to tether big business and big government on a global scale. Make no mistake, this is what the Great Reset is really about.

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