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While the World Health Organization is in Geneva next week plotting worldwide medical totalitarianism, a different group of globalists will be gathering nearby to save the world. The World Economic Forum is meeting next week in Davos, Switzerland, to solve the world's issues.
Some 2,500 attendees will be meeting in Davos, including climate czars and over 50 government leaders. Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the globalist group, is hailing the importance of this year's meeting.
In comments Sunday, Schwab lamented, "The return of war, epidemics and the climate crisis, all those disruptive forces have derailed the global recovery. Those issues must be confronted in Davos, and the global food crisis, in particular, needs our immediate attention."
Schwab warned anyone trivializing the event or characterizing it as the "Great Reset" will be treated with contempt. Close to 5,000 Swiss soldiers will be deployed to Davos, and jets will be enforcing a no-fly zone over the town. Schwab assured, "The atmosphere in which Davos takes place will be welcoming."
The World Economic Forum came under fire in 2016 for an essay claiming, in the future, "you will own nothing, and you'll be happy."
Klaus Schwab, executive chairman, World Economic Forum: "Your excellencies, ladies and gentlemen — history is truly at a turning point. ... The role of governments is more important and more relevant than ever."
The globalist elites meeting in Davos are exhorting critics to trust them as they plan a better future. Pope Francis has previously addressed the World Economic Forum's Davos meeting and has a history of endorsing other environmentalist summits.