World Economic Forum official belittles ‘conspiracy theories’ by anti-globalists

A senior World Economic Forum official accused Canadian politicians of spreading disinformation, apparently for citing founder Klaus Schwab’s boast that the globalist organization had “penetrated” the nation’s cabinet.

Adrian Monck, WEF’s managing director, said in an interview with CBC Radio that politicians espousing such theories have bigger issues they should be thinking about, Canada’s CBC reported.

“Canada should be talking about a lot of things right now. It shouldn’t really be talking about the World Economic Forum based here in Geneva,” he said.

In a comment-and-question session in the House of Commons in February, Conservative Member of Parliament Colin Carrie asked why Schwab boasted that WEF has “trained” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and more than half of his cabinet, noting that raised concerns about “outside interference in our democracy.”

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Speaking via a video link, Carrie asked the House speaker if “in the interest of transparency,” he would “please name which cabinet members are on board with the WEF’s agenda.”

The speaker interrupted as Carrie finished his question, calling for “order,” claiming the audio and video feeds were “really, really bad.”

But video of the exchange posted on Twitter indicates otherwise. And another member, who was present in the House of Commons, must have heard the question.

Charlie Angus, a member of the far-left New Democratic Party, charged his colleague was “promoting open disinformation.”

“That’s not debate,” Angus insisted. “We have to call out open disinformation.”

However, in a 2017 panel discussion captured on video, Schwab said he is “very proud of the young generation” of leaders WEF is training, including Trudeau.

“So we penetrate the cabinets,” Schwab said.

The previous day, the WEF leader continued, he was at a reception with Trudeau.

“I know that half of his cabinet,” Schwab said, “and even more than half of his cabinet, are our, actually, young global leaders of the World Economic Forum.”

Schwab’s Young Global Leaders school, which German economist, journalist, and author Ernst Wolff has brought to light, was established in 1992 as the Global Leaders for Tomorrow school. Re-established as Young Global Leaders in 2004, it subjects applicants to a rigorous selection process.

Members of the first class in 1992 included future German Chancellor Angela Merkel, future French President Nicolas Sarkozy, and future British Prime Minister Tony Blair.

Among its 1,300 graduates, along with Canada’s Trudeau, are New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, French President Emmanuel Macron, and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.

In the United States, Democratic Govs. Gavin Newsom of California and Jay Inslee of Washington are graduates, as is a presidential candidate and current Secretary of Transportation Peter Buttigieg.

King Charles III
King Charles III, who has known Schwab since the foundation of WEF, is a staunch advocate of WEF’s “Great Reset” plan.

Charles has been a featured speaker at WEF’s Davos meetings, gathering the world’s most influential governmental and business leaders to talk about how they can fundamentally transform the world’s free enterprise-based economies to address the “climate crisis.”

In a podcast discussion with Schwab, Charles touted the “Great Reset” and advocated radical, economy-killing measures such as “carbon pricing” of goods and “net zero” emissions.

During a speech at the U.N.’s COP26 summit in November 2021, Charles said the “scale and scope of the threat we face call for a global systems level solution based on radically transforming our current fossil fuel-based economy to one that is genuinely renewable and sustainable.”

“We need a vast military-style campaign to marshal the strength of the global private sector, with trillions at its disposal far beyond global GDP and, with the greatest respect, beyond even the governments of the world’s leaders,” he said.

Charles addressed the World Economic Forum in 2020, declaring the world’s leaders “must rapidly realign our own economy to mimic nature’s economy and work in harmony with it.”

Saving the world
In May, ahead of the annual Davos confab, Schwab said the timing of the meeting for mankind was fortuitous, with WEF ready to “confront” all of the world’s problems, including “the climate crisis.”

He warned that at Davos there would be “no place for the frivolous fringe that seeks to distract and divert attention.”

The Biden administration is a strong advocate of the World Economic Forum, adopting its term “Build Back Better,” which captures the idea of a “Great Reset” of capitalism and of the world order in the aftermath of the pandemic.

After the November 2020 election, WND reported, former Secretary of State John Kerry and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said in a WEF panel that a Joe Biden presidency would help propel the “Great Reset” plan. Kerry, who attended the 2022 Davos gathering, said at the time that the “notion of a reset is more important than ever before” and the world is “at the dawn of an extremely exciting time.”

Kerry, now Biden’s climate czar, said the rejoining of the Paris Climate Accord by Biden would help drive the “Great Reset.” But rejoining Paris is “not enough,” Kerry said, promising the Biden administration would engage “every sector of the American economy” to help achieve the “2035 goal” of “net neutrality with respect to power and production.”

At the Davos meeting in May, two European leaders echoed remarks President Biden had made that week, describing the record gas prices as part of a “painful” period of “transition” to alternative energy that should not be resisted. Biden had said the pain at the pump was part of “an incredible transition” of the American economy away from oil and natural gas.

‘Capitalism as we have known it is dead’
Fact-checkers once dismissed the “Great Reset conspiracy theory,” but Schwab made it clear as early as June 2020 that the COVID-19 pandemic should be exploited as an opportunity to advance the globalist agenda promoted by his Davos conferences, which have pushed for numerous proposals, such as a worldwide carbon tax, to redistribute wealth and shift sovereignty from nation states to global entities.

Schwab wrote that “the world must act jointly and swiftly to revamp all aspects of our societies and economies, from education to social contracts and working conditions” and bring about a “‘Great Reset’ of capitalism.”

A Reuters fact check in December missed the core concern about the “Great Reset” when it argued that it is not a secret plot. Its critics, in fact, agree that it’s an open plot to “reset capitalism,” with its own web page.

At the January 2021 virtual Davos meeting, a Fortune 500 CEO affirmed WEF’s assertion that “capitalism as we have known it is dead.”

Later that year, Pope Francis called for a “new world order” in a book titled “God and the World to Come.” He described the new order as a shift from financial speculation, fossil fuels, and military build-up to a green economy based on inclusiveness. In November 2018, as WND reported, progressive filmmaker Michael Moore claimed Pope Francis told him capitalism is a sin and urged Moore to continue making his left-leaning documentaries.

WEF: Time to ‘work jointly’ with China for peace and prosperity
WEF’s January 2021 meeting was kicked off by a speech from China’s president and general secretary of the Communist Party, Xi Jinping. Schwab introduced Xi by commending China for its “many initiatives” undertaken “in the spirit of creating a world where all actors assume a responsible and responsive role.”

“Mr. President, I believe this is the time to reset our policies and to work jointly for a peaceful and prosperous world,” Schwab said.

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