Klaus Schwab Resigns, but His Evil Ideology Lives on Stronger Than Ever

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Globalism is like a Hydra — cut off one head, and three more sprout. Klaus Schwab is reportedly resigning as head of the World Economic Forum (WEF), but his thoroughly insidious, dystopian ideology is unfortunately spreading rapidly through American institutions and the government and institutions of countries around the world. 

Schwab and WEF have long been very open about their goals of a global Marxist tyranny. Schwab has dreamed of the fruition of a “fourth industrial revolution”, a world with no private ownership, meat consumption, free speech, or any other rights (except for the elites). What’s so horrifying is that an increasing number of world leaders, including Joe Biden, are implementing WEF’s ideas. The poisonous legacy of Klaus Schwab lives on.

Schwab once excitedly claimed that the “Fourth Industrial Revolution is … characterized by a range of new technologies that are fusing the physical, digital and biological worlds, impacting all disciplines, economies and industries, and even challenging ideas about what it means to be human.” His WEF has celebrated tyrants and oppressive policies; it has aimed for total control of ordinary citizens by global elites.

WEF, indeed, under Schwab’s leadership, has praised the aggressively tyrannical Chinese Communist regime and pushed for digital IDs similar to those that the Chinese Communists weaponize. WEF previously laid out a plan for the future where ordinary citizens “own nothing,” especially not cars or homes, are under constant surveillance, and are replaced in jobs by AI and robots. Now even America is among the countries that have committed to digital IDs and digital currency, and freedoms and rights are increasingly under attack from Western governments. Schwab’s WEF is, sadly, winning.

I just came back to America from a trip to England, via Washington, D.C. It was very disturbing to know how many signs there are of WEF ideology apparent in the government and institutions of England in particular but also the United States. In London, I had a hard time finding a restaurant or shop that would accept cash. 

The Underground, London's public transport, requires passengers to scan their credit or debit cards for entry rather than purchase tickets. London has “low emission zones” to reduce car travel, and the mayor has been deliberately trying to restrict vehicle traffic as much as possible.

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Oxford, England, is already being transformed into a 15-minute city, a WEF dream come true. Streets are blocked off from car traffic altogether, bikes are encouraged for everyone, and there are cameras everywhere. Both when I got on my flight to England and when I came back to America and went through U.S. Customs and Border Protection, I did not present documents, but my face was scanned biometrically. Again, Schwab would be delighted. 

Perhaps some of you already have experienced these things, or perhaps you think it is hardly worse than how our own personal devices spy on us. But it is, in my opinion, a sign that Schwab is retiring not just because he is old, but because his ideology is winning. He can retire knowing that his dystopian dream is well on the way to becoming reality.


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