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Summer Davos: Chaos with Chinese Characteristics
Summer Davos kicked off this week in Tianjin, China. About 1,500 attendees from 90 countries confirmed their participation in the event themed “Entrepreneurship: The Driving Force of the Global Economy.”
Chinese Premier Li Qiang opened up the chaosfest, extorting countries to “cherish openness and cooperation even more … because the general trend of economic globalization has not changed.” And by openness and cooperation, he means greater public control of citizens. During the WEF event, citizens have to go through security checks like this to take subway/bus or enter public buildings:
Klaus Schwab praised the CCP for adopting “COVID control measures” at Summer Davos. He also praised China’s achievements in “social development.” Adding, “We are eager to learn from your vision on China and the world.”
China’s vision for the world is a technocratic surveillance state where the worker bees do what they’re told and the billionaires rake in the cash. This is called a “win-win” partnership. The Chinese Capitalist Party doesn’t care about Schwab or the West’s delusions of grandeur because the new slogan of the CCP is:
把钱拿出来 (Show me the money.)
Premier Li Qiang expanded on the new globalist buzz word, “de-risking,” that went viral in March, 2023 after a speech by EU President von der Leyen on EU-China relations. She concluded that “the Chinese Communist Party’s clear goal is a systemic change of the international order with China at its centre.”
And then the clincher:
“I believe it is neither viable – nor in Europe’s interest – to decouple from China. Our relations are not black or white – and our response cannot be either. This is why we need to focus on de-risk – not de-couple.”
The WEF is so far in bed with China that they can smell each others’ farts. It’s true love.
They can’t get a divorce because it would mean the United States and China would both implode, and all the WEF’s pretty dreams of world conquest would be over. On the other hand, China was supposed to be the junior partner—China’s job was to supply cheap labour, make boatloads of consumer goods, and then the West would get rich selling the cheap junk at Walmart. Unfortunately, there was no prenuptial agreement, just a handshake, and then wham bam, thank you Uncle Sam.
The WEF finds itself in the awkward position of being the peacemaker between China and the USA. Was Rudyard Kipling right when he said, “East is East, and West is West, and never the twain shall meet”?
And speaking of new bed partners, Saudi Arabia is sending a top-level crew of 24 officials and business leaders, including Economy and Planning Minister Faisal Alibrahim and Communications and Information Technology Minister Abdullah Alswaha. The USA has become less dependant on Saudi oil in recent years due to large-scale fracking, and Beijing has entered the gap, brokering a deal this March between Saudi and Iran.
Saudi Arabia is China’s biggest oil supplier, and China is the kingdom’s top trading partner, with bilateral trade of $116 billion in 2022. Earlier this month, Riyadh hosted the Arab-China Business Conference, resulting in more than $10 billion in deals. The agreements covered a variety of sectors, including electric vehicles, industry, mining, railways and tourism.
Guest speaker, Cornell University professor Eswar Prasad said that “we are at the cusp of physical currency essentially disappearing.” Prasad is a former Chief of the Financial Studies Division at the International Monetary Fund’s Research Department and was also the head of the IMF’s China division.
“Governments can program CBDC to restrict undesirable purchases, set expiry dates … You could have a potentially … darker world where the government decides that units of central bank money can be used to purchase some things, but not other things that it deems less desirable like say ammunition, or drugs, or pornography, or something of the sort“
Former deputy governor of the Bank of China, Bo Li, concurred in a talk to the IMF in 2022: “By programming CBDC, those money can be precisely targeted for what kind of people can own and what kind of use this money can be utilized.”
And if that doesn’t warm your heart, you can always find solace in the fact that the WEF’s entire mega-plan for a global totalitarian dystopia is doomed to fail. That’s right, you heard it here first. The happy, shiny people at Davos are drunk on their own Kool-Aid.
Klaus Schwab and the Davos Club have convinced themselves that they can slap together a global shack of stakeholders, and nail it all together with AI, digital currencies, 5G, 15-minute cities and high tech surveillance. For added strength, they will throw in some glue made from climate change, toxic vaccines and fake pandemics.
What could go wrong?
Everything is going to go wrong. The shack is going to fall apart, the nails are going to come unglued, and they are going to make a giant, global mess that the rest of us will have to clean up.
Until then, here’s some chaos agents waving bye-bye to the New World Order … that’s right, smile and wave …
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