Once an annual group therapy session that captured the imaginations of conspiracy theorists worldwide, the globalists’ yearly festivities now openly convey to the plebs how they plan to control the planet. But a couple of guests would not sit back and enable these James Bond villains to conjure up new plans of enslavement and imprisonment.
Before the heroes tell their stories, it is first essential to dive into the latest schemes from the 2024 World Economic Forum.
The World Economic Forum Hates Rice
Despite feeding 3.5 billion people and serving as a vital economic contributor to developing markets, rice needs to go. “Rice production is one of the largest producers of methane, which is many times more toxic in terms of greenhouse gas emissions,” a World Economic Forum panelist stated. In other words, Asian countries must ditch the crop and start eating bugs. Surprisingly, the coalition of the anointed refrained this year from forcing the population to accept an insectivore diet.
Forget It, Jake, It’s Ecocide
Are you guilty of ecocide? One World Economic Forum speaker certainly thinks farmers and fishermen should be tried for the crime of murdering Mother Nature. “Ecocide as a word is becoming better known around the world. And the concept is generally the mass damage and destruction of nature,” said Jojo Mehta, the founder of Stop Ecocide, in one panel discussion. “But, legally speaking, what our organization and other collaborators aim to do, is to have this recognized legally as a serious crime.” She added:
“You’re campaigning for human rights; at least you know mass murder, torture, all of these things are serious crimes. But there is no equivalent in the environmental space.
“And so, unlike an international crime like genocide, that involves a specific intent, with ecocide, what we see is what people are tying to do, what businesses are trying to do is make money, is farm, is fish, is do all of these things that are producing energy and so on. What’s missing is the awareness and conscience around the side effects around the collateral damage that happens with that.”
A Queen Wants Your Digital ID
The next time you visit The Netherlands, Queen Maxima might be demanding your “papers.” During her visit to Davos, the Dutch queen purported that digital identification is an exceptional tool for the authorities to learn “who actually got a vaccination or not.” But, according to this member of royalty, who is the UN Secretary General’s Special Advocate for Inclusive Finance for Development, digital ID is also great for school enrollment, health care, government subsidies, and financial services.
This was similar to what former British Prime Minister Tony Blair explained during last year’s convention of authoritarians, advocating for a digital infrastructure to determine who has been jabbed and who has refused injections.
Elites Don’t Like Elon Musk
Billionaire Elon Musk was not very popular in Switzerland this year, with the chorus lamenting (again) on Musk’s purchase of X and how he has turned it into a free speech digital town square. The most prominent criticism came from Harvard historian Naomi Oreskes, who described it as a “toxic place” with a “scary name.”
“It’s become such a toxic place that I’ve concluded it’s not a worthwhile place to spend time. It is exhausting,” she stated. “I have given up on X, what a scary name that even is, right?”
European Union Commission President Ursula Von der Leyen also touched upon the issue of misinformation and disinformation, two risks that will threaten their agenda for the next two years.
“These risks are serious because they limit our ability to tackle the big global challenges we are facing: changes in our climate – and our geopolitical climate; shifts in our demography and in our technology; spiraling regional conflicts and intensified geopolitical competition and their impacts on supply chains,” she said. “The sobering reality is that we are once again competing more intensely across countries than we have in several decades.”
Javier Milei and Kevin Roberts Win
For many freedom-loving folks, the most exciting part of this year’s World Economic Forum was the attendance of Argentine President Javier Milei. He scolded the elites for abandoning freedom and exchanging it for collectivism, telling them that the “Western world is in danger” because its values have been “co-opted by a vision of the world that inevitably leads to socialism and thereby to poverty.” He continued:
“Unfortunately, in recent decades, motivated by some well-meaning individuals willing to help others, and others motivated by the wish to belong to a privileged caste, the main leaders of the Western world have abandoned the model of freedom for different versions of what we call collectivism.
“We’re here to tell you that collectivist experiments are never the solution to the problems that afflict the citizens of the world, rather they are the root cause.”
But Milei didn’t get to have all the fun. Out of nowhere, Heritage Foundation President Kevin Roberts spoke out against the world figures, provided a voice to the forgotten people, and defended former President Donald Trump. His remarks buzzed across X, but many people lauded Roberts when he told the internationalist leaders that “you’re part of the problem.”
“I will be candid and say that the agenda that every single member of the [next] administration needs to have is to compile a list of everything that’s ever been proposed at the World Economic Forum and object to all of them wholesale,” he said.
A Word From Alex Soros
The World Economic Forum 2024 was a ridiculous spectacle, although it had been much worse in previous years. Perhaps the agenda setters, like Klaus Schwab, realized that the annual gathering of neo-Maoists had generated bad public relations for attendees. In fact, this year’s event could be best summarized by this eloquent statement from Alex Soros, the son of the billionaire interventionist: “One man, Donald Trump, literally came in and just took that, took that, took that all away. Ehm, you know so, ehm, you know so, ehm, you know.” Truer words were never spoken.