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Davos Wrap-Up: Globalist Oligarchs Keep Pushing Anti-Democratic and Anti-Human Agenda

The Florida Standard brings you the highlights from the World Economic Forum’s annual summit.

DAVOS, SWITZERLAND – In the snowy Swiss alps, globalist policymakers and their corporate co-conspirators spent five days presenting new plans and narratives on how the world should be changed – as usual, without any significant input from global citizens. Here’s a recap:

In a speech, former presidential hopeful John Kerry stated: “When you think about it, it’s pretty extraordinary that we, a select group of human beings… because of… whatever have touched us at some point in our lives… are able to sit in a room and come together, and… eh, actually talk about saving the planet!”

Jim Hagemann, chairman of German electronics giant Siemens AG – known for using concentration camp inmates as slave labor during World War Two – shared the story of his personal journey from carnivore to vegetarian.

“If a billion people stopped eating meat, I tell you it has a big impact. Not only does it have a big impact on the current food system, but it will also inspire innovation of food systems. And I predict that we will have proteins not coming from meat in the future… they will probably taste even better […] They will be zero carbon and much healthier than the kind of food we eat,” Hagemann said.

Two of the key players in the foundation-industrial complex that drives much of the WEF’s agenda – Bill Gates and George Soros – did not attend in person. The 92-year-old billionaire currency manipulator and social upheaval architect blamed “an unavoidable scheduling conflict” for his hiatus, while the world’s own unlicensed public health expert Bill Gates also canceled his appearance, reportedly for “personal reasons.”

No Davos forum would be complete without a panel on so-called “disinformation.” This year’s version was hosted by former CNN pundit Brian Stelter, whose show “Reliable Sources” was cancelled by the network in August of 2022.

“What business needs to do is deprive platforms that spread disinformation of oxygen,” Richard Edelman, the CEO of PR and communications giant that bears his last name, stated.

Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla looked troubled but provided no comments when Rebel News reporter Ezra Levant fired a barrage of questions on the COVID-19 vaccine and its side effects, as the drug company’s figurehead was walking to a meeting.

Swedish climate operative Greta Thunberg giggled nervously but provided scant answers as the same team from Rebel News asked her about a seemingly staged arrest by German police during a protest.

Former UK Prime Minister, Tony Blair, is regarded as a member of the globalist movement’s inner core. In Davos, he called for a “digital infrastructure” to monitor who is vaccinated and who is not.

Croatian Member of the European Parliament Mislav Kolakusic had some chosen words for the participants of the World Economic Forum, calling it “a sect of corporations, billionaires and bought politicians, is today one of the biggest threats to democracy and the rule of law in Europe and the world.

GB News contributor Adam Brooks noted that the private jets that flew into Davos – over 1,000 airplanes carrying some of the world’s richest and most powerful elites – quadrupled carbon dioxide emissions.

One panel discussion at the WEF forum on the theme “Transforming Medicine, Redefining Life” discussed bioengineering and the “changing definition of being human.”

Perhaps most notably, Twitter and Tesla owner Elon Musk – who says he was invited but declined to attend the World Economic Forum – indicated that he sympathizes with those who contend that the organization, as an unelected body, has too much power over the world and its inhabitants.