photo. PAP/EPA. At this year’s summit in Davos, which already openly aspires to the role of a super-government over states, there was a spirit of doubt – will it be possible to achieve the ambitious goals of introducing a new global world order outlined in its agenda? What about the climate goals that are being delayed, what about vaccinations and other initiatives? Complaints and demands were also reported, this time mostly from third-league politicians. Slovenian Foreign Minister Tanja Fajon declared submission to the globalist agenda, demanding that sovereign nations “respect” the international rules of the “world order”. It is worth recalling that Fajon is the leader of the Social Democrats, which is part of the Party of European Socialists. She spoke about it during the discussion about the bad “global fragmentation”, which – apart from Ukraine, of course – aspired to be the main theme of this year’s event. It is worth paying attention to tweets related to the WEF. Some were bursting with emotion. Fajon called for action and implementation of WEF initiatives not just governments but more corporate actors.
Minor moods and laments
The mood at this year’s “reunion” was rather gloomy, although the turnout was not lacking; there were even rumors of a hundred private jets that brought the participants (it is not known whether the “climate protester” Greta Thunberg in front of the meeting building liked it, because she dismissed the substantive questions of reporters mainly with hysterical bursts of laughter). Discussion panels lamented the lack of effective global action related to the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the lack of solidarity between countries on climate issues (now the safer term “climate change” is used instead of the former “global warming”). The great social resistance to the policy on both these issues, expressed in different ways and in different parts of the world, was, of course, not mentioned. Disappointment was palpable in the tone of many of the speeches – the 2022 progress on “climate” and “vaccination” was unsatisfactory. The Prime Minister from Poland also had his “five minutes” during one of the panels, declaring the need to “shape a new fiscal and financial order in the world”.
Although Klaus Schwab, one of the main animators of WEF, managed to avoid participating in this year’s event, discussions could not be missed on such topics as: the end of air travel, the future life of people in urban enclaves, implanting chips in people to “increase security”, creating a digital database to monitor who has been vaccinated and who has not (a new pandemic is to be expected!) and a final crackdown on the “misinformation” that discourages many people from taking vaccine preparations. There was also talk of the end of anarchist freedom of speech and the creation of a one-world religion based on ecology.
Clutter on the climate
John Kerry, the US government’s special envoy for climate, believes there is still a chance to limit global warming. “We still have a chance to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius, but I’m not sure we will be able to achieve it quickly enough to avoid the worst consequences” – the American is quoted by PAP. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has thundered to the oil companies that they are ignoring their own research on climate change, as the tobacco industry has done before. Politicians should be thanked for the elite meetings in Davos. For making public what this “supergovernment” is planning and how it summarizes the activities so far. Thanks to this, we can clearly see “who is who”. Elon Musk in one of his tweets called the World Economic Forum “an unelected world government”. Nothing more nothing less.