WORLD EXCLUSIVE – MOST “Successfull” Of ALL WEF Classes – 1993 – Gates, Merkel, Aznar, Kubicki, Orban, Sarkozy, Summer, Blair & Brown

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Bundeskanzlerin Merkel und Bill Gates

Who is in charge ? Angela Merkel or Bill Gates ?

In 1971 Klaus Schwab founded the “European Management Forum” (EMF) in Switzerland. The original aim of the organization was to familiarize European business leaders with American management methods that Schwab had learned at Harvard Business School in 1966/67.

The start was promising. 444 managers from 31 countries attended the first event. The popularity continued in the years to come. There were also guests from Asia, Africa and South America, so that Schwab renamed the EMF the “World Economic Forum” (WEF) and invited the now global management elite to a one-week get-together in the Swiss ski resort of Davos every January for years.

The participants came in droves, many of them regularly. In the seclusion of the Swiss Alps you were among your own kind, could exchange ideas, network, design crisis strategies and give decisive impulses to the global economy.

Klaus Schwab und sein großer faschistischer Reset

Chancellor Merkel and WEF Godfather Klaus Schwab

The purely economic framework of the event was soon expanded. Politicians from all over the world were invited, and over time the WEF began to develop into a control center for setting the global course in the area of ​​political and social change.

One of the milestones was the meeting held in January 1990 under the patronage of Klaus Schwab between the last chairman of the GDR Council of Ministers, Hans Modrow, and the German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, at which the most important steps in preparation for German reunification were discussed.

The next significant meeting took place in 1992 when Nelson Mandela and South African President Frederic Willem de Klerk met in Davos two years after Mandela’s release from prison to discuss the end of apartheid and the future of their country.

This new political dimension of the WEF obviously gave Klaus Schwab the idea of ​​influencing the course of the world not only economically but also politically in the interests of the elite meeting in Davos. In any case, in 1992 he called the “Global Leaders of Tomorrow” into being, an organization that was to become one of the most important networks of all after the turn of the millennium.

Schwab’s vision was to bring together promising talents from politics and business who were not yet forty years old, were already employed in high positions and were also willing to take part in various courses and meetings of their age group for a year. The candidates themselves applied for membership in the exclusive club and had to submit to a tough selection process in order to be selected. In return, the opportunity to make important contacts with high-ranking personalities from all over the world and to network with the future elite attracted visitors.

Sandra Maischberger im Gespräch mit Bill Gates

Sandra Maischberger interviews Bill Gates

The first year, the 1993 class, was a resounding success for Schwab. Today’s best-known members of this class include Microsoft founder Bill Gates, World Bank boss and US presidential advisor Larry Summer and the later heads of government Angela Merkel, Nikolas Sarkozy, Tony Blair, Gordon Brown, Viktor Orbán and José Maria Aznar. Among the German participants are the FDP politicians Sabine Leutheusser and Wolfgang Kubicki as well as the later CDU family minister Claudia Nolte.

Numerous colorful names from business and politics also appear in the graduation lists of the following classes. The 1994 class included Benazir Bhutto (Pakistan’s Prime Minister from 1988 to 1990 and from 1993 to 1996). The 1995 class included Steve Ballmer (CEO of Microsoft) and Jean-Claude Juncker, who later became the head of the European Commission. In the classes from 1997 and 1998 there are numerous other prominent names, including the late FDP party chairman and ex-minister Guido Westerwelle, and Amazon boss Jeff Bezos.

In the second half of the 1990s, Klaus Schwab made some changes. From then on, the management team accepted not only candidates from business and politics, but also from other areas such as science, media, high nobility, entertainment, sport and from internationally active NGOs. Some well-known names among them were Hollywood star Jodie Foster, the economist Richard Werner and the German TV presenter Sandra Maischberger.

In 2005 the forum was given a new name. From now on it was called “Young Global Leaders” and only recruited in the age group under thirty-eight, but with double the intensity. The Formula 1 greats Nico Rosberg and Michael Schumacher, the seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong and pop star Bono were brought on board as well as the current Bundesbank President Jens Weidmann, Germany’s current Minister of Health Jens Spahn and France’s current President Emmanuel Macron.

In 2014, the former German health and foreign minister, FDP chairman and vice-chancellor Philip Rösler was appointed managing director of the headquarters in Geneva, where he pulled the strings as Klaus Schwab’s right-hand man until 2017, before joining the major Chinese corporation HNA .

The fact that Annalena Baerbock, who belongs to the class of 2020, is being systematically built up as a candidate for chancellor today shows, on the one hand, how great the influence of the “Young Global Leaders” is, and on the other hand, how quickly the organization reacts to political changes today . The program has now lasted five years. So if Baerbock actually made the leap to the Chancellery, she would still spend three years in the WEF training.

How well Klaus Schwab is able to respond to global trends and to use them for himself and his clientele was shown in 2012 when he created the “Global Shapers” in addition to the Global Young Leaders. This is a somewhat looser association of prospective future leaders who must be under thirty years of age and who are also prepared for their future role at the top of the world through regular training events organized by the WEF.

The founding of this organization was initiated by the events of the Arab Spring in 2011, the protests of which were largely carried out by very young people and which made the world aware that half of the world’s population is now under 25 and that the African population even 70 percent consists of under thirty-year-olds.

For the Davos elite it was clear at the time: This demographic change and its consequences represent a challenge to which one has to react and which has to be met tactically and strategically. That is exactly what Klaus Schwab did with the “Global Shapers”. The organization now includes a huge network of around ten thousand young people around the world and is anchored in 428 cities in 148 countries.

Many political observers have wondered why Klaus Schwab, who was unknown to the majority of people until then, stepped into the public spotlight in a provocative way in 2020.

With his commitment to the “Great Reset” and the book of the same name, which has since become an international bestseller, he revealed to the world that, in his eyes, the Corona crisis offers a “window of opportunity”, to reshape the world from scratch.

The fact that Schwab’s approach was by no means rash becomes clear when you look at who exactly should carry out this reset. In Germany alone, Angela Merkel, Annalena Baerbock, Cem Özdemir, Jens Spahn, Philipp Rösler (who is now on the Supervisory Board of Siemens Healthineers), Wolfgang Kubicki (whose influence in the FDP has grown significantly) and Bundesbank boss Jens Weidmann are numerous crucial positions in business and politics seated persons from the management forge of the WEF.

If you then consider that the WEF’s supervisory board includes people like Larry Fink, whose company BlackRock manages $ 9 trillion in assets, or Kristalina Georgiewa, the head of the IMF and thus the most powerful global financial organization, then you know: The Great Reset will continue to be promoted with all his might, and Klaus Schwab will continue to play his role in the future – as the background puller and gray eminence of the global elite.

The Godfather

Klaus Schwab was born in Ravensburg in 1938 and is a child of Adolf Hitler’s Germany, a police state regime that focuses on fear and violence, on brainwashing and control, on propaganda and lies, on industrialism and eugenics, on dehumanization and “disinfection”, on a cold and a megalomaniac vision of a “new order” that was to last a thousand years.

Schwab seems to have dedicated his life to reinventing this nightmare and trying to make it a reality not only for Germany but for the whole world. Worse still: As his own words repeatedly confirm, his technocratic-fascist vision is also a twisted transhumanist vision that wants to fuse people with machines in “strange hybrid mixtures of digital and analog life” that infect our bodies with “smart dust” and where the police will apparently be able to read our brains.

And, as we shall see, he and his accomplices are using the Covid-19 crisis to circumvent democratic accountability, bypassing the opposition, speeding up their agenda and serving the rest of humanity against our will in what he calls what he calls it To impose “Great Reset”. Of course, Schwab is not a Nazi in the classical sense, because he is neither a nationalist nor an anti-Semite, as evidenced by the $ 1 million Dan David Prize awarded to him by Israel in 2004.

But the fascism of the 21st century has found various political forms with which it can continue its core project of reshaping humanity with blatantly authoritarian means in accordance with capitalism. This new fascism is being promoted today under the guise of global governance, biosecurity, the “New Normal”, the “New Deal for Nature” and the “Fourth Industrial Revolution”.

Schwab, the eighty-year-old founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, sits at the center of this matrix like a spider in a giant web. The original fascist project in Italy and Germany was about a fusion of state and economy. While communism provides for the government to take over business and industry, which – in theory! – acts in the interests of the people, fascism was about using the state to protect and promote the interests of the wealthy elite.