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Great Reset Architect Klaus Schwab at Davos: “The Future is Built by Us”

Arch globalist Klaus Schwab, the founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum (WEF), earlier this week told attendees at the international NGO’s annual summit in Davos, Switzerland, that it is they—the ‘elites’ from the political, financial, and mainstream press sectors—who are the ones that, alone, shape the future of the world.

While delivering his remarks on Monday to kick off this week’s gathering, Schwab, the chief architect of the so-called ‘Great Reset,’ welcomed the elders of and heirs to the nascent globalist regime, saying: “The future is not something that just happens. The future is built by us, by a powerful community, as you here in this room.”

After introducing this year’s summit’s theme, which is “History at a Turning Point: Government and Strategies,” Schwab explained that the gathering’s program would focus on four key areas: geopolitical risks, pandemics, climate change, and the future of the global economy.  

This war is really a turning point in history and it will reshape our political and economic landscape in the coming years. But we also are at the tail-end of the most serious health catastrophe of the last 100 years, COVID-19, and we have to reinforce our resilience against a new virus, possibly, or other risks which we have on our global agenda. We also have to address urgently the issue of climate change and all the other issues related to the preservation of nature. Finally, we look at the future of the global economy with great concerns—high inflation, low growth, and high debts.

The WEF chief then asserted that the world’s challenges cannot be solved by national governments alone, by businesses alone, or by civil society alone, adding that “collaborative efforts” among the three sectors were crucial.

After extolling the 2,500 Davos 2022 attendees as “the most impressive community for global cooperation,” Schwab said the way to create a better world is to “look at all of these issues in a holistic way,” adding that “political, economic, social and ecological dimensions of every issue today are intertwined.”

To conclude the opening address, the 51-year-old German engineer and economic told the crowd:

Let us also be clear. The future is not something that just happens. The future is built by us, by a powerful community like you in this room. We have the means to improve the state of the world, but two conditions are necessary. The first is that we all act as stakeholders in larger societies. That we serve not only our own interests but also society. This is what we call stakeholder responsibility. And the second is that we must collaborate.

This is the reason why you will find many opportunities here during the meeting to engage in very action-oriented and powerful initiatives, to make progress on issues related to the global agenda.

This is hardly the first time Schwab has boasted about the WEF’s influence on global affairs. Previously, he has spoken of how the WEF—and those affiliated with the organization—have “penetrated the world governments,” and how those loyal to his globalist vision are represented among the highest positions in national governments across the globe.

While speaking at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University in 2017, Schwab said:

I have to say that when I mention our names as Mrs. Merkel and even Vladimir Putin, and so on. They all have been Young Global Leaders of the World Economic Forum. But what we are very proud of right now is the young generation like Prime Minister Trudeau, the President of Argentina and so on, that we penetrate the cabinets.

Yesterday, I was at a reception for Prime Minister Trudeau and I knew that half of his cabinet or even more than half of his cabinet is from the World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leaders.

Robert Semonsen is a political journalist based in Central Europe. His work has been featured in various English-language news outlets in Europe and the Americas. He has an educational background in biological and medical science. His Twitter handle is @R_Semonsen.