World Economic Forum’s Klaus Schwab at Davos Calls For A New Type Of Globalism

( During his opening speech at last week’s annual summit of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, WEF founder and chairman Klaus Schwab told the 2,500 assembled globalists and Evil Mastermind wannabes that the future will be built by them.

Schwab, who founded the World Economic Forum in 1971, has long called for a new “paradigm of international governance,” arguing that individual governments are no longer the “dominant actors on the world stage”

In short, he’s a globalist who doesn’t believe in national sovereignty.

And in his opening remarks last Monday, Schwab confirmed his disdain for national sovereignty, claiming that the future will be built by “a powerful community” of globalists like those attending the summit. He declared that they are the ones who have the means to “improve the state of the world.”

Building this Brave New World depends on two things, the German Dr. Evil explained. First, the globalists must act as “stakeholders of larger communities.” And these “stakeholders” must not just serve their self-interests, but the interests of the community. Second, the globalists must collaborate.

Sounds perfectly awful.

Naturally, Schwab said the most urgent issue the globalists should address is climate change. He also expressed concern over the impact high inflation would have on the future of the global economy.