Klaus Schwab Praises China’s Dictatorship as ‘Role Model’

This story was originally published by the WND News Center.

In an interview Wednesday with a government-run Chinese TV network, the founder of the globalist organization that hosts the Davos conferences and “trains” many of the world’s heads of state held up Chinese dictator Xi Jinping and his Communist Party government as a “role model,” expressing “respect” for the nation’s “tremendous” achievements over the past more than 40 years.

Klaus Schwab, the founder of the World Economic Forum, was speaking to Tian Wei, the host of the “World Insight” program on the Beijing-based China Global Television Network, about the recent G20 and B20 meetings in Bali, Indonesia.

Asked about the outcome of the summit – which included agreement on policy priorities, such as “to tackle climate change” – Schwab said the leaders must go further.

“We have to have a strategic mood,” he said, “We have to construct the world of tomorrow. It’s a systemic transformation of the world.”

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The leaders, he said, must “define” what the world “should look like” after “this transformation period.”

In January 2021, Xi was chosen to kick off WEF’s virtual Davos meeting. Schwab, in his introduction of the Communist Party general secretary, commended China for its “many initiatives” undertaken “in the spirit of creating a world where all actors assume a responsible and responsive role.”

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