What Could Go Wrong? China to Host WEF's Annual Meeting to Decide Direction of 'Global Economy'

Nick Kangadis | May 23, 2023
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Leave it to the polarizing World Economic Forum (WEF), whose founder Klaus Schwab doubles as “Dr. Evil” in his spare time (that’s called a joke), to partner with a country that gives not one damn about human rights, China, for an annual event of theirs.

The WEF’s Annual Meeting of the New Champions, which is kind of like a meeting about the reshuffling of the global economy, will take place Tianjin from June 27-29.

While this year’s theme is something that capitalists would typically be excited to talk about, “Entrepreneurship,” the fact that the conversation is being held by globalists and communists — of which there’s little difference — should raise alarm bells as to whatever schemes the world’s elite have in store for the rest of us “plebs.”

According to the event’s webpage:

The global economy is at a pivotal moment of transformation. Established business and industry models have not only been challenged by the COVID-19 pandemic but are now being tested by a more competitive geopolitical and geoeconomic environment.

How to navigate these developments and simultaneously accelerate progress on critical common goals, from energy transition to safeguarding nature and climate, is top of mind for decision-makers worldwide.

To respond to this evolving landscape, the World Economic Forum is returning to the tradition of its “Summer Davos” and convening the 14th Annual Meeting of the New Champions in Tianjin, People’s Republic of China. The Meeting will gather over 1,500 global leaders from business, government, civil society, international organizations as well as from among innovators and academics, at a crucial time for the global economic recovery.

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When the WEF says we’re now in a “more competitive geopolitical and geoeconomic environment,” what that probably means is that the U.S. isn’t the dominant force it once was in the broader landscape of a global economy. Ironically, that downturn in the machine that was the American economy was China’s “alleged” release of the COVID virus onto the world.

And think of this; around 1,500 global elites will endeavor to determine the path of the lives of their perceived lessers by deciding what’s best for the people without consulting the people once.

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