Until recently, Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum tended to avoid the light, preferring to work behind the scenes discreetly inserting alumni from their Young Global Leaders program into positions of power in various governments, corporations, and non-profits.
Recently, however, the machinations of Herr Schwab and his cronies have become more and more open. As various national leaders — including those installed by the WEF, most recently Justin “Baby Doc” Trudeau — faltered in their attempts to impose one or another aspect of the New World Order, the WEF has weighed in on events with a clear attempt to impose the Global Governance model on what were formerly nation states.
The following report from Austria indicates that Klaus Schwab and the WEF are at the point of discarding their puppets in various national governments so that they can move directly and overtly into a system of world government, even though 2030 is still almost eight years away.
Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from the Austrian regional weekly Der Wochenblick. The translator’s comments are in square brackets:
WEF Führer now speaks directly to us in guest commentary
The end of political puppets? Klaus Schwab heralds a global dictatorship
Klaus Schwab is now openly calling for world dictatorship. He outlines this in his guest commentary in the Handelsblatt.
The WEF (World Economic Forum) leader is now speaking frankly directly to us — future propertyless — citizens. Previously, he only did this indirectly through his “Global Leaders” in politics and business. But Schwab has a claim to power and he shows it more and more clearly. He explains that the social inequality that has now sometimes been implemented by national parliaments on his behalf must lead to a new form of government. And a global dictatorship. It will probably mean the end for [Austrian Chancellor Karl] Nehammer and Co.
He glossed over the desired dictatorship as “Governance 4.0”. Ultimately, Schwab — together with his friends — as he now openly announces, will blame national politics for the big failure and the big Covid lies. He explains: “The reason for our failure to anticipate and manage global risks […] lies in an unresolved problem of global governance.” While Schwab inveighs against the failures of national politicians, he also points out the trick he uses to keep criticism of his global dominance at bay. Nobody should direct their attention to “Governance 4.0”; attention should probably be diverted away, as Schwab suggests: “If our institutions are well-governed, we pay little attention to them. They are barely visible infrastructure that supports the economy and virtually every aspect of social order.” Mind control through the “Internet of Bodies” and the cheap gratification of needs in the increasingly desired virtual reality might make this possible.
“Aimless handling”: Klaus Schwab is now also blaming political losers
Schwab apparently wants to abolish our existing institutions and democracies by means of Corona misery. They are “no longer useful,” he sums up dryly. Corona has already introduced “Governance 3.0”, an “operative crisis management” based on “trial and error”. But Schwab is not satisfied with that. He complains that this approach has led to “a haphazard handling of the pandemic and its socio-economic consequences.” That’s interesting, especially since the “haphazard handling” he mentioned is mainly carried out by politicians from his “Global Leaders” program.
But now Schwab is blaming national politics. [I wonder who gave them their marching orders?] It is becoming increasingly clear that our governments are ultimately making themselves “losers” in this game. They just seem to be totally unaware of it. Or do Austria’s political actors even believe that after the abolition of national parliaments, good positions in Global Domination await them?
Together they implemented the “Great Reset”, as this critical poster aims to show. Now Klaus Schwab is threatening national governments with being pushed in front of the “Governance 4.0” train:
[Image of Great Reset poster, in German]
Social cohesion at the end: Schwab’s strategy
Schwab’s op-ed also sheds some light on why Schwab has chosen this tactic. “Today, however, many people have lost confidence in institutions and their leaders,” he explains. And in the next sentence, he possibly lets slip what he now has to fear: “In view of the increasing risks and our collective failure to cope with them, we are instead looking for culprits.”
The gigantic resistance against him and his followers has obviously not escaped his notice. But it’s more than that: his commentary makes it clear that both the incompetence of our national governments and the deliberate division of society is an essential part of his strategy for global power takeover.
Schwab speaks of the “erosion of social cohesion”. He writes, “Some point fingers at incompetent political leaders, others blame CEOs — and a growing minority blame all the troubles on an ‘elite conspiracy’” — Schwab is not afraid. The hatred against those mentioned above should lead to the dismantling of national institutions. So obviously there’s a lot more that Nehammer and Co. have to worry about.
Short-sighted puppets: the politicians are getting rid of themselves
His strategy is perfidious: Schwab seems to be deliberately using the national parliaments to ultimately eliminate themselves. He and his WEF, as well as other international organizations such as the WHO and the Gates Foundation, give them instructions on how to deal with bad politics, which is leading to increasing rejection among the citizens. Because after the phase of “Governance 3.0” comes “Governance 4.0”, and with it our politicians, who turn out to be particularly short-sighted puppets in the course of this change. In the course of “Governance 4.0”, everything should become much more long-term, as Schwab outlines his sinister intentions. Legislative periods and democracy should probably be abandoned to destruction, it seems. Instead “stakeholders” should be given more political power. WEF-Schwab on this: “The government can no longer pretend that it alone has all the answers.”
The “real” answers, according to Schwab’s “Great Reset” and his “Fourth Industrial Revolution”, are mainly found by high-tech companies that are supposed to gain all kinds of data from people in the course of a fusion of man and machine. Schwab calls this merger the “Internet of bodies”, as reported by Wochenblick. Pioneers of his “new governance age” are those in business and finance who work for “climate” and “social justice”, i.e. the “sustainability goals”. For Klaus Schwab, in politics, these are above all French President Emmanuel Macron and Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi. They would “overcome borders”, writes the convinced globalist.
The question arises: can they ultimately look forward to “world ministerial posts”?