With $500 Million In Revenue, End Times Villain Klaus Schwab Choses To Step Back From Executive Leadership Of The Dystopian World Economic Forum

World Economic Forum founder and executive chairman Klaus Schwab will be stepping back from his role running the global gathering since he founded it in 1971.

There is perhaps no name more associated with these crazy times we live in than that of Klaus Schwab. With his thick German accent that always reminds you of a Nazi leader addressing the troops, Klaus Schwab has had a seemingly endless bag of tricks he has threatened us with for a great many years now. His trademark catch phrase of ‘you’ll own nothing and like it’ rolls off the tongue like a dusting of cricket flour as we watch 15-Minute Cities being constructed all around us. Is he really retiring? No, he is not, he’s just changing seats as the movie continues to play out.

Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it.” John 8:44 (KJB)

The big question is who will take his place? We know that his daughter, Natalie Schwab, is fully onboard with the rising dystopia, and has threatened climate lockdowns many times. George Soros is being succeeded by his son Alex Soros, and we fully expect the evil machinations to continue unabated. Whoever replaces Klaus Schwab, you can rest assured his directives will be carried out. Whether you realize it or not, but our world is controlled by a very small handful of people who have the majority of the money, and they’ll continue working for their father right up to the end. It is, after all, a family business.


World Economic Forum founder Klaus Schwab steps back, not down

FROM SEMAFOR: Schwab announced his intentions in an email to staff on Tuesday that was shared with Semafor by a person connected to the organization. He will be stepping down as executive chairman and transitioning to a role as non-executive chairman, he said, adding the change in his role is pending approval by the Swiss government.

In a statement, a spokesperson for the Forum said that the organization is “transforming from a convening platform to the leading global institution for public-private cooperation.” The Forum’s governance structure is set to change as a result of that evolution, the spokesperson said, and Schwab “will transition from Executive Chairman to Chairman of the Board of Trustees” by January 2025. Schwab has not named his successor, but said that over the last year, the group’s executive board, “under the leadership of President Børge Brende, has taken full executive responsibility.” Brende is a former Norwegian conservative leader.

Klaus Schwab, 86, is synonymous with the organization that he has managed for more than 50 years.

Initially known as the European Management Forum, early iterations of the event drew far fewer attendees to Davos than the thousands that now ascend to the Swiss mountain town. Now, the annual WEF meeting in Davos attracts dozens of high-ranking world leaders and CEOs each year, with more than 50 heads of state attending in 2024, according to the organization.

The Forum operates much like a family business, with Schwab’s children appointed to high-ranking positions and his wife Hilde heading the organization’s foundation and awards ceremonies in Davos.

In recent years, the Forum has shifted its focus towards the center, and away from liberal politics, Semafor previously reported. Succession at the WEF has been the subject of fevered speculation, and a Politico article floating possible names roiled the gathering in 2023. The Forum has also been navigating a difficult political landscape, and has steered back toward the center in recent years after embracing progressive directions in culture and finance.

The WEF, though a nonprofit, is a remarkable business: The organization brought in nearly $500 million in revenue in the year ending March 2023, and had a neat 200 million Swiss francs sitting in cash, Semafor reported last year. READ MORE

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