Before this fake pandemic, I had pretty much no idea who Klaus Schwab is.
I mean, I had heard of the World Economic Forum (WEF), but didn’t think much of – or about – them.
Then suddenly, as if out of nowhere, Klaus (and the WEF) rocketed into the zeitgeist for all the wrong reasons, the first being the fact that he is sociopathic technocrat utterly disconnected from reality, with a Malthusian desire to centralise and control the world like a Bond villain.
Except that the WEF is considerably more influential (and evil) than that.
For example, the individuals who attend the annual meetings in Davos, are some of the richest and most powerful in the world, not unlike the annual Bilderberg meetings.
Through infiltration of governments, academia, and corporations (like Operation Mockingbird, but worse), the WEF are trying to game entire countries into playing their technocratic Utopia. (My conversation with Patrick Wood is eye-opening.)
It sounds like a sci-fi story, but it’s completely true.
WEF-sanctioned videos and images began spreading around the internet, proposing a bunch of deplorable ideas, most notably “you’ll own nothing and you’ll be happy”.
I live in South Africa and I can tell you that millions of poverty-stricken families own nothing and definitely are not happy.
Johnny Vedmore (from Unlimited Hangout) is an incredible researcher gifted in investigating family histories, such as that of Klaus Schwab.
Johnny dove deep into
- Klaus’s family history all the way back to the 1800s;
- Klaus’s father and his importance;
- the technocratic influence;
- the formation of the WEF; and
- where Klaus wants to steer the world.
Very little is known about Dr Evil, which is why this podcast is perfect.
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