Tuesday, January 20, 2015

They Are Coming to Davos in 2015

“The 45th Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum, which will take place 21-24 January [2015] in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland, is to convene under the theme, The New Global Context.... Participating in the meeting will be 2,500 leaders, including the heads of 1,000 of the world’s largest and most successful businesses, heads of state or government from the G20 group and other nations, the heads of the world’s foremost international organizations alongside leaders from civil society, labour unions, the world’s major religions, media and the arts....” [1]

Gee isn’t that a wonderful gathering of the “global community?” I hope some of them can afford the “invitation” to the “meeting.” It “only” costs “a minimum $71,000” to attend.

“This year, an invitation carries a minimum $71,000 price tag, but even that won’t deter the fat cats from playing in the snow,...”

I imagine this $71,000 price tag” rules out any needy food bank attendees, the unemployed or any homeless living on the streets of the world. Or any of the millions in refugee camps who are fallout victims from governments and the corporate elites’ investments in the war industry, oops I mean the “defence industry.” Or any people who lost their homes in the financial scandals perpetrated by the bailed out bankers who received taxpayers dollars!  I wonder if the taxpayers from the countries of the “G20 group” will pay for their “political leaders” and their “entourages of flunkeys?”   I wonder if “labour union” members will be picking up the tab for any big union leaders attending “the meeting?” Still, union dues are always available for “union business.” After all, who would turn down an “invitation” to a “meeting” of the globalists and “The New Global Context or a New World Order gathering of those who are in “control?”

“Davos people control virtually all international institutions, many of the world’s governments, and the bulk of the world’s economic and military capabilities.” - Samuel P. Huntington

The ‘economic and military capabilities’ are all in play at the moment. And endless wars appears to be the plan for the world. [2] One only hopes it does not end in nuclear war [2a], or this could be the final meeting in Davos and that would surely be a shame and a terrible loss to the “international community” of world leaders. Hopefully, if this apocalypse happens, some will survive in their luxury bunkers to help in “reshaping the world.”

Still, one must look on the bright side and hope that the world will continue to be in the “good hands” of the global elite. After all, who would run the world, and finance all the wars, manufacture the weapons, control the money system, dictate to, oops, I mean advise political leaders and feed the masses B.S. from their media empires. The people need guidance and that is what they will be getting under the imposition of a new world order. [3] Davos, WEF, is a fine example of how it can be marketed.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos is surely a striking marketing success of how the world’s elites can band together in “reshaping the world” in “The New Global Context
What could be nicer than that? After all, who needs parliamentary democracies these days, when the political leaders scurry over to Davos to confer with the unelected globalist elites and their agenda for the world?

“In a representative democracy we give a lot of responsibility to those that we elect. But we cannot give them all responsibility. If we do that and excuse me for my brutal language: we slit democracy’s throat and prevents it from breathing. A human being can live in a breathing apparatus/respirator, democracy cannot.” – Henning Mankell

There are many reports available on Davos, but I believe it is best summed up by the statement below:
 “This [world economic] forum was founded in 1971, but did not become a major force until after the Cold War ended. It then became a great social whirl based on the illusion of a harmonious world conjured up by transnational business elites under the rubric of “globalization.” Its real purpose, however, is to use private wealth to corrupt national leaders into betraying the interests of their people”
(William R. Hawkins … Senior Fellow for National Security Studies at the U.S. Business and Industry Council)

Stephen J. Gray
January 20, 2015.


Articles of interest at links below:
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