Paul Craig Roberts called Schwab an “insane tyranny.”
His diabolical worldview “means the end of human autonomy.”
He supports elimination of free and open societies as once existed.
He wants them ruled of, by and for what C. Wright Mills called the power elite.
They include figures “in command of the major hierarchies and organizations of modern society.”
They “rule the big corporations…run the machinery of state…direct the military establishment.”
“They occupy the strategic command posts of the social structure” — exploiting ordinary people to benefit the privileged few.
Schwab’s world is unsafe and unfit to live in for most people.
Dystopian, tyrannical, and exploitive, it’s enforced by new world order harshness.
Calling for a fourth industrial revolution, he supports “stakeholder” corporatism.
His “stakeholders” notion benefits monied interests exclusively at the expense of ordinary people everywhere — while pretending otherwise.
Shared commitment he touts is reminiscent of what Obama once called shared sacrifice.
It was and remains all about making ordinary Americans sacrifice so privileged ones can benefit.
What’s going on now is similar on steroids, likely to be increasingly hardened ahead if dark forces get their way.
In his Davos Manifesto, Schwab called for a “better kind of capitalism.”
It never was, won’t be, and surely hasn’t been since made-in-the-USA economic collapse last year permanently shut down around four million small businesses — leaving over one-fourth of working-age Americans unemployed.
Most others are way underemployed, earning poverty wages with few or no benefits.
In the aftermath of offshoring America’s industrial base to low-wage countries, poverty is the nation’s leading growth industry.
Schwab has much the same in mind globally, wanting the world community of nations transformed into ruler/serf societies.
He wants privileged interests owning everything, ordinary people nothing, prioritizing return on investment.
His notion of fairness is none at all, a dystopian nightmare wrapped in deceptive equitable socioeconomic rhetoric.
For him and likeminded ideologues, what’s been going on since early last year is a “unique window of opportunity” for world leaders to reshape “global relations…national economies, the priorities of societies, the nature of business models, and the management of a global commons…”
Instead of serving “the dignity” and interests “of every human being,” his worldview prioritizes exploiting them.
To aid enforcement, he favors digital mass-surveillance worldwide to monitor everything about our daily lives to control them.
He called for “not letting (made-in-the-USA covid and economic collapse) go to waste.”
Selling it involves mass deception because understanding what’s planned would assure mass-rejection.
His notion of “build back better” is mass deception to disguise what’s diabolically planned.
In his book titled Shaping the Future of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, subtitled: A guide to building a better world,” his chilling remarks included the following:
“The lines between technologies and beings are becoming blurred and not just by the ability to create lifelike robots or synthetics.”
“Instead it is about the ability of new technologies to literally become part of us.”
“Technologies already influence how we understand ourselves, how we think about each other, and how we determine our realities.”
“As the technologies…give us deeper access to parts of ourselves, we may begin to integrate digital technologies into our bodies.”
Schwab’s ideal world would robotize ordinary people to obey orders automatically on command.
On all things agriculture, he said the following:
“To feed the world in the next 50 years we will need to produce as much food as was produced in the last 10,000 years (sic).
“(F)ood security will only be achieved, however, if regulations on genetically modified foods are adapted to reflect the reality that gene editing offers a precise, efficient and safe method of improving crops (sic).”
He opposes natural, healthy, nutritious foods my generation was raised on long ago — wanting them replaced with harmful-to-health frankenfoods and ingredients.
On dystopian neuro-technologies, he defied reality, saying they’ll “enable us to better influence consciousness and thought and to understand many activities of the brain (sic).”
“They include decoding what we are thinking in fine levels of detail through new chemicals and interventions that can influence our brains to correct for errors or enhance functionality (sic).”
What Schwab favors worldwide is unrelated to improving public health, well-being, and safety for the world community of nations — just the opposite.
His worldview resembles what I earlier called a lower level of hell Dante forgot.