Klaus Schwab Tells WEF Elites: ‘We Must Force’ Humanity into ‘Collaboration’ with Globalist Agenda

World Economic Forum (WEF) founder Klaus Schwab has told global elites that ushering in the globalist agenda will require humanity to be forced into a “collaboration” with the unelected organization.

Schwab made the declaration during his opening remarks at the WEF’s Annual Meeting of the New Champions, aka “Summer Davos,” in Dalian, China.

He argues that “economic growth,” and a more “peaceful” future will come from reducing population numbers and embracing innovation such as artificial intelligence (AI) while using the green agenda to advance policy change.

Speaking at the opening plenary alongside the president of Poland, Andrzej Duda, the prime minister of Vietnam, Pham Minh Chinh, and Communist China Premier Li Qiang, Schwab regurgitated parts of his speech from last year’s meeting.

He praised China for its economic policies while congratulating everyone participating in the event for representing “the most outstanding talents from business, government, academia, and civil society.”

In his very brief opening statement, the WEF founder said that the participants must “force” humanity into a “collaboration” with the unelected globalist organization.

He asserted that all aspects of civilization, from nations and their governments and cultures to all areas of industry and society must be forced into complying with the WEF’s vision for a more “resilient future.”

“To drive future economic growth we must embrace innovation and force the collaboration across sectors, regions, nations, and cultures to create a more peaceful, inclusive, sustainable, and resilient future,” Schwab declared.

“At this critical juncture the active participation of all stakeholders is essential to ensure a sustainable development path,” he added.

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Schwab also mentioned that technologies coming out of the so-called fourth industrial revolution would make the world a better place.

“We are witnessing rapid technological advances with many opportunities, and with artificial intelligence, rapidly transforming our production and our lives,” he said, adding, “Breakthroughs from the fourth industrial revolution provide new opportunities for global prosperity and growth.”

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The WEF Annual Meeting of the New Champions runs from June 25-27 under the theme “Next Frontiers for Growth.”

At the end of the plenary and after the president, the premier, and the prime minister had all praised their countries’ achievements and ambitions, Schwab returned to the topic of the fourth industrial revolution while revisiting this year’s theme, saying that were “limits to growth.”

“Limits to growth” is a nod to the Club of Rome book of the same name published in 1972.

The book is a manifesto for reducing the global population of humans.

The book’s author, Dennis Meadows, is a WEF member and considered an architect of the organization’s anti-human agenda.

As Slay News has previously reported, Meadows advocated for global elites to orchestrate a mass depopulation event to wipe out 86% of the human race.

He argues that the “elites” left behind would have a better life with fewer humans on earth.

After making a subtle nod to this agenda, Schwab says that these limits can be overcome by using technologies of the fourth industrial revolution wisely.

He asserted that the green agenda must be promoted as a “great opportunity for humankind.”

Schwab noted that this can be achieved by exploiting the capabilities of the powerful attendees at Summer Davos.

He added that those powerful members of the audience must begin initiating collaborations between governments and businesses.

The WEF states that strives to be the “leading global institution for public-private collaboration.”

This agenda is the fusion of corporation and state, or corporatism.

At the opening of last year’s Summer Davos, Schwab praised Premier Li for “opening up China’s capital market, attracting foreign investment, and innovation, and creating new urban areas to address land scarcity.”

He also thanked China for its “over 40 years of friendly and extensive partnership” with the WEF.

Schwab also praised the Chinese Communist Party as a model that other governments should follow.

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During another session last year, Cornell University professor Eswar Prasad gloated about the “advantages” of controlling the public through digital cash.

As Slay News reported, Prasad boasted that “we are at the cusp of physical currency essentially disappearing.”

He told globalists that programmable Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs) could take us to either a better or much darker place where governments could program CBDCs with expiry dates and restrict “less desirable” purchases.

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Last month the WEF announced that Schwab will be transitioning from his role as the executive chairman of the organization.

Instead, he will become chairman of the board of trustees, which consists of some of the most powerful people on the planet.

Starting next year, the WEF’s executive responsibilities will be run by a president and managing board.

The current WEF president is former Norwegian MP Børge Brende.

Brende is also the chair of the managing board.

If Brende keeps his position as president, then he may be the new face and voice of the organization.

In recent years, the WEF has been pivoting “from a convening platform to the leading global institution for public-private collaboration” for almost a decade.

However, executive decisions will not be placed on a single individual but will include a managing board as well.

READ MORE – Klaus Schwab: WEF Young Global Leaders’ Brains ‘Will Be Replicated with AI’ When They Die

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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