The World Economic Forum completed its annual five-day conference on January 20th. Although the organization promotes a peaceful, harmonious—albeit utopian—society, the prevalence of prostitution and escort services during the conference tells a different story.
“Bosses book escorts into the hotel suite for themselves and their employees,” revealed the manager of an escort service in an interview with the German newspaper BILD shortly before the summit began. She explained that services would be in high demand throughout the conference. At the time of the interview, 11 reservations had already been locked in and 25 requests were yet pending. One of her prostitutes, Liana, explained that she would have to dress in professional business attire to avoid rejection by the luxury hotel clerks. She remarked that the demand for sex workers skyrocketed during the WEF meeting. Prices skyrocketed too, with sex workers charging up to €2,500 a night.
Salomé Balthus, a sex worker, tweeted:
Date in Switzerland during #WWF [sic] means looking at the gun muzzles of security guards in the hotel corridor at 2 a.m. – and then sharing the giveaway chocolates from the restaurant with them and gossiping about the rich … #Davos #WEF.
Balthus refused to betray the names of her clients: “Believe me, you don’t want to get into litigation with them,” she tweeted.
This year’s conference registered a record participation of nearly 2,700 participants from varied positions and professions in politics, economics, banking, public relations, policy centers, and society. Among these were 52 heads of state and hundreds of high-ranking attendees. They discussed their vision of “braving the future” and their solutions to international problems, as Klaus Schwab laid out in his commencement speech.
The motto of this year’s meeting was “Cooperation in a Fragmented World.” The focus was on the consequences of the Ukraine war, high inflation, the ‘energy crisis,’ as well as ‘climate change.’ Many of the presentations focused on the UN’s Agenda 2030 goals for ‘Sustainable Development.’ Celebrities, including actor Idris Elba, provided a shiny veneer to the globalist slogans.
The contrast between what the WEF preaches and what some members practice is shocking. On the WEF’s website, “moral uprightness” is stressed under the “principles of ethical leadership” as the key to a leader’s success:
Ethical leaders realize their power isn’t over people, but through people. Leaders can enlist people in any cause if there is a sense of a common mission and shared values … To achieve real impact, leaders should rely on moral authority.
Ursula Von der Leyen’s speech announced that the WEF expects great changes in the near future:
The next decades will see the greatest industrial transformation of our times—maybe of any time … And those who develop and manufacture the technology that will be the foundation of tomorrow’s economy will have the greatest competitive edge.
The WEF’s chief aims include an end to world hunger, a guarantee of better health care and education, and the fostering of equality. They adopt Agenda 2030’s goals which state:
We resolve, between now and 2030, to end poverty and hunger everywhere; to combat inequalities within and among countries; to build peaceful, just and inclusive societies; to protect human rights and promote gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls; and to ensure the lasting protection of the planet and its natural resources.