WEF Globalists Call for ‘Recalibration’ of Free Speech

Globalists at the World Economic Forum (WEF) have been outlining plans to usher in their vision of a “perfect” future that involves the “recalibration” of free speech.

World leaders, oligarchs, and business heads arrived in Davos, Switzerland over the weekend for the 2022 conference of the World Economic Forum.

The event marks the first time in three years that the annual event in the Swiss luxury ski resort of Davos has been held in person.

The annual conference has long been criticized as the embodiment of elitism and globalism in Western politics.

Dozens of mega-wealthy oligarchs fly their private jets to the conference, only to plan measures to limit the carbon footprint of the average citizen the next day.

The globalist conference has long served as a venue for the wealthiest and most powerful people to plan measures to degrade the quality of life of average citizens.

The plans are usually justified by citing environmental concerns as a cover.

J. Michael Evans, the Canadian CEO of Chinese Communist Party-owned online retailer Alibaba, bragged about the development of an “individual carbon footprint tracker.”

The device would allow an unprecedented level of surveillance on “consumers.”

Evans’ proposal was met with widespread criticism from so-called “consumers” online.

In a display of monumental hypocrisy, Evans is the owner of an extravagent 12,000-square-foot oceanside mansion in the luxury enclave of the Hamptons.

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Such a property is likely to render Evans among the most significant individual polluters in the world.

However, there’s no indication that he plans to surrender the lavish property at this time.


However, if other WEF globalist oligarchs get their way, Evans won’t have to worry about his plans being criticized on the Internet.

During a Monday WEF panel, Australian “eSafety” commissioner Julie Inman Grant called for the “recalibration” of free speech on the Internet.

Citing “increasing polarization,” the government official made an appeal for more censorship that was all but blatantly obvious.

Some might’ve expected the elite globalists who attend the Davos conference to have engaged in some self-reflection during the two years the event was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Instead, they’ve doubled down on the conference’s signature elitist extremism.

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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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