Thursday 17 November 2022

Why Is Super Creep Klaus Schwab Even At The G-20 Summit?

 Did you ever vote for a “Brave New World” created by globalist Klaus Shwab?

Well, it doesn’t really matter whether you wanted it or not, because under President Joe Biden, it seems America is along for the ride anyway.

This week at the G-20 Summitt, Schwab told government leaders that the entire world order needs some change.

“If we look at all the challenges, we can speak about the multi crises, economic, political, social, ecological, and institutional crises,” Schwab said at the G20 summit. “But actually, what we have to confront is a deep systemic and structural restructuring of our world. And this will take some time and the world will look different after we have gone through this transition process.”

Schwab is a German engineer and professor by trade, as well as the founder of the World Economic Forum.

He was never elected leader of a condo association, let alone a government.

Nevertheless, he has been pushing for the “Great Reset” for all nations for quite some time.

In 2020, arguing that COVID presented a grand opportunity for his vision, Schwab called upon countries to “implement long-overdue reforms that promote more equitable outcomes. Depending on the country, these may include changes to wealth taxes, the withdrawal of fossil-fuel subsidies and new rules governing intellectual property, trade and competition.”

Now, he is calling upon nations to work together to hasten the transition.

“Politically, the driving forces for this transformation, of course, is the political transition into a multipolar world, which has a tendency to make our world much more fragmented,” he added this week. “For this reason, events like this one, the G20 and so on, are the very important connectors to unwind a too great segmentation.”

Now, Schwab isn’t your regular run-of-the-mill international non-governmental activist.

He is pretty influential and has bragged that he has embedded WEF ideals amongst national leaders throughout the West thanks to its Young Global Leaders program.

“I have to say, when I mention now names, like Mrs. [Angela] Merkel and even Vladimir Putin, and so on, they all have been Young Global Leaders of the World Economic Forum. But what we are very proud of now is the young generation like Prime Minister [Justin] Trudeau, President of France, Argentina, and so,” Schwab said in 2017. “But we penetrate the cabinets. So yesterday, I was at a reception for Prime Minister Trudeau and I know that half of his cabinet, or even more than half of his cabinet, are actually Young Global Leaders of the World Economic Forum.”

So, it is not really conspiratorial or “misinformation” to say that Schwab wants an ideological takeover of the world. He has openly admitted that he wants to reshape the world in his image.

The G-20 Summit is supposed to be made up of 20 leading nations, alongside various groups and NGOs that help promote economic and social policy. Ideally, the summit has spirited debates made up of folks who disagree.

In actuality, most actors involved wind up agreeing with each other from the outset, thus creating an echo chamber where the answer is always the same: More international government is needed to solve global problems. Schwab evidently agrees with that message as well.

The current president has made it abundantly clear from the get-go of his administration that he agrees with that agenda.

While campaigning, he made it known that there were a litany of international agreements he wanted to rejoin that former President Donald Trump did away with during his time in office.

In other words, Biden agrees with Schwab. Trump’s previous message — which he often touted on the world stage — of putting “America First” has no place in Schwab’s goals.

Still, one would think that the American people are owed an explanation as to what “restructuring” the world really means, and how America’s Constitution, sovereignty, and international interests play into it. We’ll hold our breath as we await that explanation.

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