The World Economic Forum’s (WEF) coming annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland next month will focus on new efforts to ramp up censorship globally.
World leaders, politicians, and corporate power elites will be flocking to the Swizz resort in January for the 2023 summit.
Investigative journalist Jordan Schachtel has published details of the exclusive ruling class-only event, including a list of speakers and key points of discussion.
Founded by German economist Klaus Schwab, the WEF is a fanatical political organization masquerading as a neutral entity.
The organization has specific policy goals that involve centralizing power into the hands of hand-picked global elites as the only means to save the planet from an alleged “climate emergency.”
Schwab and his allies in the WEF dictate their own agenda to leaders of sovereign nations.
As Slay News has reported, Schwab openly gloats that several world leaders are in his pockets and that he has installed WEF operatives in the upper echelons of powerful government administrations.
In 2017, Schwab boasted that the WEF has “penetrate[d]” global “cabinets” and controls the leaders of several sovereign nations, including Germany, Russia, Canada, Argentina, and France.
Klaus Schwab in 2017 at Harvard: "What we are very proud of, is that we penetrate the global cabinets of countries with our WEF Young Global Leaders." pic.twitter.com/dMsZWGbQ6a
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The annual Davos conference acts as an ultra-exclusive in-person narrative and ideas exchange for this hand-picked ruling class.
Schwab openly advocates for a “green transition” through his misleadingly named “stakeholder capitalism” agenda, which amounts to technocratic tyranny.
Movements such as The Great Reset, Build Back Better, and the ESG agenda were pieced together by WEF “stakeholders” at previous Davos confabs.
The Dossier has obtained an early, partial list of both events and confirmed speakers for Davos 2023.
Among the agenda are discussions on “Tackling Harm In The Digital Era” which seeks to brainstorm ideas on how to ramp up censorship online.
The move is likely a response to Elon Musk’s efforts to wipe out censorship on Twitter.
The program for Davos 2023 includes events such as:
- “Why We Need Battery Passports”
- “Leading The Charge Through Earth’s New Normal” (Featuring Al Gore)
- “A Living Wage For All”
- “Enabling An Equitable Transition”
- “Beyond The Rainbow: Advancing LGBTQ+ Rights”
- “Advancing Racial and Ethnic Equity” (Moderated by CNN)
- “Decarbonizing Supply Chains” (Moderated by Chinese state television)
- “Finding The Right Balance For Crypto”
- “Tackling Harm In The Digital Era”
Speakers for Davos 2023 include:
- Tedros Adhanom, WHO Director
- Laurence D. Fink, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, BlackRock Inc.
- Jens Stoltenberg, Secretary-General of NATO
- Shou Zi Chew, Chief Executive Officer, TikTok
- Shamina Singh, President, Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth, Mastercard
- Al Gore, Former Vice President
- Hilde Schwab, WEF Chairman Klaus Schwab’s wife
- Tian Wei, Host, China Global Television Network
- Elena Cherney, Chief News Editor of The Wall Street Journal
- Ina Fried, Chief Technology Correspondent, Axios
- Brad Smith, President and Vice-Chair, Microsoft Corp.
- Hadley Gamble, Anchor, CNBC
- Mark Rutte, Prime Minister of the Netherlands
- Stacy-Marie Ishmael, Managing Editor, Crypto, Bloomberg News
- Larry Madowo, Correspondent, CNN
- Jeremy Allaire, CEO of Circle
- Brad Garlinghouse, CEO of Ripple
In recent months, the WEF agenda has received fierce blowback in the United States from both the civilian population and leaders of free states in America.
It is not yet clear what the American contingent at Davos will look like for the 2023 meeting.
In 2022, it included 25 politicians and top Biden Administration officials.
U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo joined “Climate Czar” John Kerry to represent Democrat President Joe Biden’s White House at the event.
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