Earlier this month, in response to the growing unpopularity of WEF-affiliated politicians in Canada, WEF Managing Director and globalist mouthpiece Adrian Monck saw the need to go on CBC and dismiss all criticism of the WEF as anti-Semitically motivated conspiracy theories in a very whiny ‘We are the good guys—really”-interview.
This is, and there’s no other way to put it, the ‘dregs’ of a serious approach to criticism and a less than reflective way of facing it. To put critics of one’s own cause in one corner with Nazis and Holocaust deniers is so far down the filthy drain that even Adrian should feel smirched. One can imagine, that being Jewish myself, I have some major issues with his ramblings.
If your only weapon is to discredit people who no one really takes seriously anyway because they babble about lizard people and underground tunnel systems with kidnapped children, and do your best to consistently tune out everyone else, you continue to disqualify yourself from being taken seriously or being worthy of any grown-up discussion.
Of course, I do not deny that there are people who falsely associate the WEF with a world conspiracy of Judaism and invent harebrained bullshit to make Klaus Schwab a descendant of the Rothschilds, just so that their ideas, which are very incompetently presented, fit together. I have to deal with these people here as well, and it’s not helping anyone.
Ironically, this is what the WEF itself does in a multitude of less than plausible articles that consistently fail to withstand deductive logic. Presumably this is why it confines itself to outlawing the delusions of the intellectually deficient rather than engaging in serious, non-polemical discourse with those who have concerns about the role of the WEF and other NGOs.
So, it is no surprise that Mr. Monck utilizes an email of a woman obviously not playing in the cognitive upper echelon to prove that everyone is an invariably lunatic who dares to criticize the wonderful philanthropic plans of the altruistic WEF, but consistently refuses to address serious questions and concerns.
Monck further states correctly that the WEF is not hypnotizing world leaders to get them to carry out their agendas. Thank God, someone is finally telling us this! We would never have guessed that Macron, Biden and Truss weren’t sitting in a room listening to hypnosis tapes of Klaus Schwab explaining some evil Bond villain plan.
I think the point is clear: no one who seriously studies the subject believes this. But it is a wonderful, very effective way of portraying a whole range of critics in public opinion as lunatics. One could almost congratulate Mr. Monck for such an ingenious move, were it not for the fact that apparently no one cares what he has to say.
Apart from that, the question remains why the entire Western world marches in lockstep and unison to ideas and policy suggestions of the WEF. Perhaps it is simply because the WEF is a forum where ideas are exchanged? After all, Monck explicitly emphasizes this, and of course, this is correct. No one in their right mind would suspect anything else behind Davos. Nor do I. In fact, no one I know who deals out informed criticism does.
But here’s the problem with the forum of ideas: The ideas and proposals being exchanged are consistently, and I apologize for the word, crap. And you can guess how diverse the pool of these ideas is when you consider how many of the participants were “trained” as Young Global Leaders (YGL) by the WEF itself.
However, the very best thing about this “exchange of ideas” is that you have no say in it. Has anyone ever asked you what you think of these ideas? Did they invite you to Davos, so you could present the issues of your home community or raise your concerns about carbon credit or the use of vaccine passes to limit your movement? I don’t think so. But of course, the WEF is very transparent. After all, you can watch everything that is being discussed there online—at least the panel discussions. Real transparency, of course, would be being able to listen 24/7 to every conversation in every room at the WEF, by every member, in real time, even in “private” — but what kind of crazy idea is this? Such Orwellian surveillance measures are meant for you. Not for them.
Let’s take a look at some of these astonishing ideas that were exchanged in the past years and that you have no say in.