WEF’s Klaus Schwab: Chinese Communist Party Is a ‘Role Model’

Klaus Schwab, the founder and chairman of the World Economic Forum (WEF), has heaped praise on China’s brutal dictatorship, describing the ruling Chinese Communist Party (CCP) as a “role model” for other countries.

Schwab celebrated the Communist regime during an interview Wednesday with a CCP-run Chinese TV network.

The WEF hosts an annual conference in Davos, Switzerland where it “trains” many of the world’s heads of state on ushering in the organization’s globalist agenda.

As Slay News has previously reported, Professor Schwab, a German economist, 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.

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While Schwab is somewhat open about his ambition to be a global puppet master, his latest revelation concerning his inspiration is deeply concerning.

While speaking during the Wednesday interview with Tian Wei, the host of the “World Insight” program on the Beijing-based China Global Television Network, Schwab discussed the recent G20 and B20 meetings in Bali, Indonesia.

During the summit, Schwab gave a speech where he addressed world leaders on how his “Great Reset” agenda is going to “restructure” society in their countries.

At G20, world leaders, including President Joe Biden, joined together in agreement on policy priorities, such as tackling “climate change” and introducing global vaccine passports, much of which was part of Schwab’s agenda.

Asked about the outcome of the summit, Schwab said the leaders must go further.

“We have to have a strategic mood,” he said.

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“We have to construct the world of tomorrow.

“It’s a systemic transformation of the world.”

He added that world leaders must “define” what the world “should look like” after “this transformation period.”

Schwab then praised Chinese dictator Xi Jinping and his Communist Party government as a “role model.”

He continued by expressing “respect” for China’s “tremendous” achievements under CCP rule.

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During the WEF’s virtual Davos summit in January 2021, Xi was chosen by Schwab to give the opening address.

While introducing the Communist Party general secretary, Schwab praised China for its “many initiatives” undertaken “in the spirit of creating a world where all actors assume a responsible and responsive role.”

“Mr. President, I believe this is the time to reset our policies and to work jointly for a peaceful and prosperous world,” Schwab said to Xi at the time.

Meanwhile, Chinese security forces have been violently cracking down on protesting employees at Foxconn Zhengzhou, the world’s largest Apple iPhone factory.

On Wednesday, images and video clips were posted on Chinese social media platforms that reveal disturbing scenes.

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Workers at the factory have been protesting over Covid restrictions and claims of overdue pay.

Last month, rising Covid cases saw Foxconn locked down by the Chinese government, forcing the workers to remain imprisoned in the factory.

The move prompted some workers to break out and go home.

However, the company fired those who escaped and then recruited new workers.

READ MORE – WEF: Lockdowns Prove ‘Billions’ Will Comply with Climate ‘Restrictions’

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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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