World Economic Forum: Davos 2023
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Psychopaths of the World United. Rebuilding Trust at the World Economic Forum

(by Jacob Nordangård | Global Research) – World Economic Forum recently announced the theme for their annual meeting in Davos in January 2024.[1] This time it is about “rebuilding trust”. This also happens to be the theme of the United Nations 78th General Assembly that opened September 5 2023.[2]

I say good luck with those ambitions! Klaus Schwab and his army of “change agents” have never scored high on the popularity charts, and his achievements of the recent years haven’t exactly improved that.

This is a project that will likely have about the same chances of success as Jack Skellingtons hijacking of Christmas in Tim Burton’s classic movie Nightmare Before Christmas.

The aim is to “restore collective agency, and reinforce the fundamental principles of transparency, consistency and accountability among leaders”.

This is the old worn out mantra of working together as a unit to solve the many crises that sweeps the world. A more fitting description would be:

Unite the psychopaths of the world to solve problems of their own making with the help of more centralised power and control.

The goal is “to help connect the dots in an increasingly complex environment and provide foresight by introducing the latest advances in science, industry and society”.

Foresight is the latest catch word among the world leaders. A futuristic concept about gaining knowledge about, and controlling the times ahead with an “Earth Macroscope”.

Earth Macroscope, Digital Citizenship, World Government Summit

That means no more hiding (or breathing)! Very much like Stings lyrics to the song “Every breath you take” by The Police:

Every breath you take and every move you make, Every bond you break, every step you take, I’ll be watching you – Every single day, every word you say, Every game you play, every night you stay, I’ll be watching you

The meeting in Davos with “over 100 governments, all major international organizations and the Forum’s 1000 partner companies as well as civil society leaders, foremost experts, young changemakers, social entrepreneurs and the media” will serve as an arena to further these megalomaniacal goals.

All is a part of the ongoing agenda to restructure the global governance system that started with The Great Reset in 2020, and is connected to simultaneous processes in the United Nations and the Group of Twenty (G20) that lead up to next years Summit of the Future and the signing of the “Pact for the Future”.

A pact with who?

I can hear the characteristic voice of Dan McCafferty in Nazareths “Sold my Soul”:

I prayed to God and Jesus but I guess they didn’t hear. My sacrifice was useless, my pleas fell on deaf ears. So I cried in desperation, bowed to evil sorcery…I sold my soul, sold my soul – I sold my soul to the Devil…

This will further the rolling out of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and its futuristic management techniques.

The meeting in Davos will be organised around four subjects:

  1. Achieving Security and Cooperation in a Fractured World.
    How to effectively deal with security crises, such as in the Middle East.
  2. Creating Growth and Jobs for a New Era
    How government, business and civil society can come together around a new economic framework.
  3. Artificial Intelligence as a Driving Force for the Economy and Society
    How AI can be used for the benefit all.
  4. A Long-Term Strategy for Climate, Nature and Energy
    How to develop a long-term systemic approach to achieve a carbon-neutral world by 2050.

Psychopaths of the World United!

The last point on the WEF-agenda is a red hot topic as a new climate deal was signed at the Climate Summit (COP28) in Dubai, December 13. The negotiating parties have now “recognized” the need for:

Transitioning away from fossil fuels in energy systems, in a just, orderly and equitable manner, accelerating action in this critical decade, so as to achieve net zero by 2050 in keeping with the science.

A major topic will be how Artificial Intelligence can help to achieve this goal.

World Economic Forum recently started the AI Governance Alliance, including Microsoft, Google, IBM, Meta and the United Nations Envoy on Technology, with the mission to design global “responsible, transparent and inclusive” AI that is “harnessed for the betterment of society while upholding ethical considerations and inclusivity at every step”.

AI as a solution to climate related challenges was also recently discussed at COP28 as well as at the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting of the Global Future Councils in October.

Both these meetings were held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The global elites’ futuristic world capital in the Middle East, which serves as a playground for the transhumanist alchemists that summons their desired sci-fi future at the annual World Governments Summit every February.

The irony is that the fossil free future was discussed in a country built with revenues from oil and gas. It is like letting the pyromaniacs take charge of the fire brigade. It is safe to say that few of the 70 000 COP28 attendees arrived to the Persian Gulf with sailing ships.

As shown in my book Rockefeller – Controlling the Game, the climate agenda is largely constructed with the willing assistance of Big Oil “environmentalists” like The Rockefellers (Standard Oil), Robert O. Anderson (ARCO) and Maurice Strong (Petro Canada).

These culprits and their contemporary heirs know that this world would collapse without oil and gas and have other aims with the climate agenda and their “sustainable transformation”. They want an inventory of all the worlds carbon emissions (global stocktake) in order to efficiently manage them with the Earth Macroscope. All with a little help from their All-seeing Eye (AI).[3]

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At WEFs October-meeting the AI-expert Azeem Azhar (Chief Executive Officer of Exponential View), said that AI can be a force for good in the world but added that the outcome depends on who’s the controller.

If control of infrastructure is power and control of the interface is power. Those who control AI will be powerful.[4]

This closely resembles Klaus Schwab’s State of the World Adress from this year’s World Government Summit where he proclaimed: “who masters those technologies will in some way, be the masters of the world.”

Has the time come to externalize the trustees of the “material universe for future generations”? The Master(s) of Puppets:

Master of puppets, I’m pulling your strings
Twisting your mind and smashing your dreams
Blinded by me, you can’t see a thing
Just call my name, ’cause I’ll hear you scream
Master, master…


Notes

[1] www.weforum.org/agenda/2023/12/davos-2024-what-to-expect-and-whos-coming/

[2] www.un.org/pga/77/wp-content/uploads/sites/105/2023/07/Letter-from-President-elect-of-the-78th-session-of-the-United-Nations-General-Assembly-Theme-for-the-78th-session-of-the-United-Nations-General-Assembly.pdf

[3] unfccc.int/topics/global-stocktake/information-portal

[4] www.weforum.org/agenda/2023/10/ai-force-for-good-amgfc-dubai-uae-gfc23/

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