EDITOR'S NOTE: If you’ve been following news on Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum (WEF), you’ll notice they’ve been silent for some time. And you’re probably wondering why. Let’s take a step back for those who aren’t familiar with the WEF. The WEF is essentially an elitist gathering of the super-rich where they extoll the values of capitalism (the way they see it), discuss global economic risks, and debate the relationship between governmental policies and economic trends. More specifically, they are aiming toward the full digitization of currencies, the establishment of a kind of world money, and the abolishment of cash. Cash gives people freedom and privacy, whereas digital money gives governing institutions the capacity to surveil and control the flow of money, thereby surveilling and controlling the people who use it. To learn more about how the WEF poses a significant risk to the global population, check out Jim Rickards short video here. So, back to our question at the top: why has the WEF been silent? It’s because they’re getting everything they want, more or less. And the signing of a memorandum of understanding between the WEF and UN—a ceremonial convergence of belief and possible action toward accelerating its 2030 Agenda—marks the potential beginning of Klaus Schwab’s new world order: one in which the top 1% of corporate global elites are able to exert control over 99% of the world population. It’s the darkest possible version of the globalist dream.
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