Klaus Schwab — The Making of a Genocider


Henry Kissinger and his former pupil, Klaus Schwab centre, welcome former- UK PM Ted Heath at the 1980 WEF annual meeting. At Harvard in the late sixties, Schwab was taught by Henry Kissinger, who he included in the 3-4 figures who had most influenced his thinking.
Klaws Swab comes from a long line of tool makers who have have a long connection to racism and eugenics. The family business, Sulzer Escher-Wyss, supplied the Nazi War machine and helped apartheid South Africa develop nuclear weapons. 
by Johnny Vedmore
(excerpts by henrymakow.com)
 The World Economic Forum was modelled on the Club of Rome, an influential think tank that promoted global governance led by a technocratic elite. 
The Club had been founded in 1968 by Italian industrialist Aurelio Peccei and Scottish chemist Alexander King during a private meeting at a residence owned by the Rockefeller family in Bellagio, Italy.


Among its first accomplishments was a 1972 book entitled “The Limits to Growth” that warned that “if the world’s consumption patterns and population growth continued at the same high rates of the time, the earth would strike its limits within a century…” 
…The Club’s infamous 1991 Book, The First Global Revolution, contains a passage entitled “The common enemy of humanity is Man” [re. goyim]:
“In searching for a common enemy against whom we can unite, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like, would fit the bill. In their totality and their interactions these phenomena do constitute a common threat which must be confronted by everyone together. But in designating these dangers as the enemy, we fall into the trap, which we have already warned readers about, namely mistaking symptoms for causes. All these dangers are caused by human intervention in natural processes, and it is only through changed attitudes and behaviour that they can be overcome. The real enemy then is humanity [i.e. goyim] itself.”
In the years since, the elite … have frequently argued that population control methods are essential to protecting the environment. It is thus unsurprising that the World Economic Forum would similarly use the issues of climate and environment as a way to market otherwise unpopular policies, such as… the Great Reset.


…Is the real Klaus Schwab a kindly old uncle figure wishing to do good for humanity, or is he really the son of a Nazi collaborator who used slave labour and helped the Nazi efforts to obtain the first atomic bomb?
 Is Klaus the honest business manager who we should trust to create a fairer society and workplace for the common man, or is he the person who helped push Sulzer Escher-Wyss into a technological revolution that led to its role in the illegal creation of nuclear weapons for South Africa’s racist apartheid regime? 
The evidence I have looked at does not suggest a kindly man, but rather a member of a wealthy, well-connected family that has a history of helping create weapons of mass destruction for aggressive, racist governments.
As Klaus Schwab said in 2006 “Knowledge will soon be available everywhere – I call it the ‘googlisation’ of globalisation. It’s not what you know any more, it’s how you use it. You have to be a pace setter.” …
In January, Klaus Schwab announced that 2021 is the year that the World Economic Forum and its allies must “rebuild trust” with the masses. 
However, if Schwab continues to hide his history and that of his father’s connections to the “National Socialist Model Company” that was Escher-Wyss during the 1930s and 1940s, then people will have good reason to distrust the underlying motivations of his overreaching, undemocratic Great Reset agenda…
Klaus Schwab has helped to launder relics of the Nazi era, i.e. its nuclear ambitions and its population control ambitions, so as to ensure the continuity of a deeper agenda. 
While serving in a leadership capacity at Sulzer Escher Wyss, the company sought to aid the nuclear ambitions of the South African regime, then the most Nazi adjacent government in the world, preserving Escher Wyss’ own Nazi era legacy. 
Then, through the World Economic Forum, Schwab has helped to rehabilitate eugenics-influenced population control policies during the post-World War II era, a time when the revelations of Nazi atrocities quickly brought the pseudo-science into great disrepute. 
Is there any reason to believe that Klaus Schwab, as he exists today, has changed in anyway? Or is he still the public face of a decades-long effort to ensure the survival of a very old agenda?
The last question… Is Klaus Schwab trying to create the Fourth Industrial Revolution, or is he trying to create the Fourth Reich?

2 Responses to “Klaus Schwab — The Making of a Genocider”

  1. Ulrich says:

    Seriously who writes this stuff?

    “Nazi war machine”??? If you mean the National Socialist German government, then why are you calling them “nazis”?
    The German people were / are up against the same clique of global criminals that are responsible for todays mess with covid and many, many other dystopian issues.
    Even South Africa – look at them today and tell me they were so bad by wanting the races to live apart – the way the gods created us.

    By using these epithets you are playing into the hands and language of the globalist filth who want us all dead.

    Not very smart – you may need to read up on real history, not the garbage passed around in high schools.

  2. Tapestry says:

    Thank you Ulrich. Most people do not understand history very well, and Nazis is a term used for all evil as seen on main media channels. The German people are very much victims of the Satanic cult that controls the world and have been on the destruction list all along. Hitler was a globalist agent, working to destroy Germany as Churchill cooperated with the decimation of Britain’s empire. All countries and nations are constantly targeted for destruction – and especially those that are ‘successful’. That includes the Afrikaners who are an amazing people with strong spiritual connection and beliefs. It would be good to hear more from a German perspective.