Watch — Klaus Schwab, Davos Elites compliment: ‘We build the future’


Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum (WEF), saluted the global elite gathered in Davos, Switzerland on Monday: in this room.”

“A History of Turning Points: Government and Business Strategy” is the subject of the 2022 edition of a 51-year-old NGO lobbying organization founded by a German engineer and economist.

Evidence from the first day at the famous Swiss ski resort shows that Schwab sees his organization at the forefront of shaping the world of the future.

Unfortunately, outsiders were not invited or consulted to join the 2,500 people who came from all over the world to attend the conference.

Schwab was quick to praise those gathered before him in his welcome speech.

Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum, speaks at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos on 23 May 2022. (FABRICE COFFRINI/AFP via Getty Images)

“The future doesn’t just happen. The future is built by us, a powerful community like you here in this room. We have the means to improve the state of the world, but we need two conditions,” Schwab explained.

“The first is that we act towards all stakeholders in the larger community. We serve our community as well as our own interests. That’s what we call stakeholder responsibility. Second, we are working together.”

Schwab added that concerns about high inflation will affect how we look at the future of the global economy, and climate change and conservation are urgent issues.

He pointed out the fear that people will fall into poverty and die of starvation.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky also delivered a speech on Monday.

As Breitbart London reported, he compared his country to Israel in a conversation with Schwab while appearing via video link.

The top US politician to appear on this year’s show is John Kerry, President Joe Biden’s climate envoy, and Alok Sharma, who chaired the Cop26 meeting in Glasgow last November, will represent the UK government.

Former British cabinet minister – once a Davos regular – said The meeting is no longer relevant.

“It got ridiculous,” he said. “Executives who flew to Switzerland in private planes promised to plant millions of trees to offset carbon.”

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