Who Will Succeed Him?

I’m talking about Klaus Schwab, actually, and not Emmanuel “Toy Boy” Macron. Mind you, it would be nice to see Marine Le Pen succeed Junior. If for no other reason, it’s unlikely that we’ll ever see her in a fond embrace with the Guru of the Great Reset.

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from Corona Transition:

Who takes over the throne from Klaus Schwab?

The big maneuvers to succeed Schwab as WEF leader have begun. Why ICRC President Peter Maurer has the best chance.

by Guy Mettan, Bon pour la tête

The big maneuvers to succeed Klaus Schwab at the head of the World Economic Forum have begun. On March 30, the great Sultan of Cologne turned 84, and the burden of the years has left its mark on him, too.

Who could follow Schwab? This is of course one of the most sacred taboos of international Geneva. Those who have tried to break it have stumbled. All envisaged sequels, including those that the grandmaster himself brought into play, became history pretty quickly. Some of them because they put Schwab in the shade too much. We remember, for example, the head of a multinational company or a former president — their names disappeared from the spotlight at the WEF as quickly as they appeared there…

The governance of the WEF, which has now become an international organization with ad hoc status, is indeed problematic for an international body that should apply to itself the rules of transparency and democracy demanded everywhere else. The laws of the private sector only apply to a limited extent in the WEF. Klaus Schwab has headed the forum, which was founded in 1971, for 52 years. He has been in office twice as long as Putin, whose longevity is currently a popular subject of criticism. Only Kenneth Roth cuts a similarly good figure in Geneva. He has run Human Rights Watch with an equally iron fist for 29 years. So, monarchical governance is not exclusively Russian.

However, things could change soon: in September, Peter Maurer, the current President of the ICRC, will hand over his office to the diplomat Mirjana Spoljaric Egger. The nearly 65-year-old Maurer is a member of the WEF Council and acted as guarantor in the transformation of the WEF from a private NGO into a public international organization. It would only be logical for Maurer to assume the position of Grand Vizier Schwab, bearing in mind that a place of honor must be reserved for the outgoing ruler. A constitutional monarchy might emerge.

The image of the WEF is not exactly in good shape. The institution has become a symbol of oligarchic globalization and the Great Reset ideology, and accordingly the butt of the wrath of “conspiracy theorists” on social media.

From this point of view, Peter Maurer, a Tony Blair-style social democrat, would do wonders for the Forum’s reputation: Maurer is perfectly compatible with the culture of big multinationals and “inclusive capitalism,” another typical cream cake of WEF phraseology. In any case, the Americans will like him because he has refrained from bothering them about Guantanamo and the war crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan. With the Americanization of the ICRC, whose headquarters are increasingly resembling a California campus, he has managed to seduce the United States completely.

In addition, Maurer speaks German — even Bernese German. He speaks it as well as the French of Geneva’s private banking district. An ideal candidate, one has to admit! If the WEF had voting rights, I would vote for him.

Afterword from the translator:

I would prefer a complete dismantling of the organization, with all their ill-gotten assets given back to the people and imprisonment for all their members and acolytes around the world at the bottom of the Mariana Trench. In short — JUSTICE, for a change.

4 thoughts on “Who Will Succeed Him?

    • Yes, I assume you are right.

      I shudder when I think of his quote: “Humans are hackable animals” or so as if you and I are like PCs that can be programmed.
      I hope the BIG BOSS in heaven shows him the error of his ways by making sure such an attempt backfires in the worst possible way.

  1. World Economic Forum leader Klaus Schwab is pushing for a so-called fourth industrial revolution to become a reality – where humans are fused into a physical, biological and digital identity.

    A key inspiration for the technocratic ultra-globalist’s life’s work is Israeli historian, author and transhumanist Yuval Noah Harari.

    Harari grew up in a Jewish family with Eastern European and Lebanese roots. His father was a weapons engineer in the service of the Israeli state. From the age of eight, Harari was educated at the Leo Beck Education Center in Haifa, where he is said to have been part of a class for particularly intellectually gifted children.

    Later, when Harari was to report for military service, he managed to postpone his call-up because of university studies. He was then exempted from military service altogether due to what were said to be health problems.

    Between 1993 and 1998, Harari studied medieval and military history at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He completed his PhD at Jesus College, Oxford in 2002 and it was here that he came into contact with the writings of Jared Diamond, which Harari later claimed had a strong influence on his own writing.

    Yuval Noah Harari gained widespread attention with the book Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind, which was first published in Hebrew. The book was released in English in 2014 and has since been translated into a further 45 languages. In the book, Harari examines the history of humans and the evolution of technology from the Stone Age to the 21st century.

    The follow-up book, Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow, was published in 2016, and here Harari addresses his view of humanity’s future possibilities. His starting point in the book is that in the future humans will succeed in achieving immortality and possess almost divine powers. The book also highlights the term “dataism” as a philosophy, or way of thinking, that worships “big data”.

    Harari’s latest book 21 Lessons for the 21st Century was published in 2018 and focuses more on contemporary problems, which Harari says include nuclear war, ecological disasters, terrorism, technological disruption and so-called “fake news”.

  2. I find it amusing that the WEF thinks it is untouchable, nothing could be further than the truth, there are various organizations who like Santa, have made a list of these so called untouchables and are waiting for their very own Night of the Long Knives to take care of this cancer upon humanity. I just pray it is soon before everything goes to Hell in a handbasket.

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