Or How Blackrock Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the CCP
By Robert W Malone MD, MS
Who is Robert Malone
September 8, 2022
Guest research and opinion by Jeremy Harrigan
To set the record straight, the World Economic Forum (WEF) Annual Meeting (“Winter Davos Forum”) is held in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland, at the beginning of each calendar year, bringing together the world’s academics, politicians, business, and media participants from dozens of countries. But did you know: The WEF Annual Meeting of the New Champions (“Summer Davos Forum”) has been held each year in China going back to 2007, with Tianjin and Dalian taking turns to host. WEF also holds several regional summits each year in the region.
Yes, if you thought a migration of WEF meetings like this may have only started several years ago, the seeds were planted and sewn 15 years ago! This linked timeline and WEF summary from the “Permanent Mission of the People’s Republic of China to the United Nations” clearly lays out specifics of the depths of these WEF meetings in China, and also provides an extensive list of speakers and attendees.
Summary of key points
- WEF holds annual meetings in China too, not just in Davos
- A rotating second globalist venue used by the WEF
- Switzerland is no longer the ‘neutral’ solo home of the WEF.
- The relevant WEF “New Champions” web page can be found here.
You can find additional information regarding the CCP-based WEF “New Champions” meetings here (2022), here (2014), here (2015), here (2016), here (2017), here (2018), here (2019), and here (2021). The 2021 page has been taken off of the WEF website, so the link is for the Wayback machine archived page.
For added background, please see the related Aug 04, 2021 article by Global Times entitled “Bring the World Economic Forum to China — Klaus Schwab on China’s Development”
We are all aware by now Klaus Schwab and the WEF have been holding/conducting their annual meeting in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland for years and years, right? This is well documented and known. What you may not know is that the WEF has expanded these meetings and gatherings, and have now firmly planted an alternate meeting location straight into the heart of the CCP and into mainland China. Yes, the WEF has one foot firmly planted in the West and the other planted in the East, strengthening their stance with two pillars to further execute their rapid Globalist plans for absolute control of mankind.
Who and what are the WEF “New Champions”?
According to the WEF website:
“World Economic Forum New Champion companies are dynamic high-growth companies that are championing new business models, emerging technologies, and sustainable growth strategies in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. New Champions are mindful of their impact on society and aspire to participate in building a better future.
New Champions enjoy access to Forum networks and expertise, which affords both visibility and time-sensitive insight into strategic decision-making on the systemic issues most important to them. They are represented in Forum activities by the chief executive officer, chairperson, or other board-level executives to share their future-focused perspectives with the global community and connect with a high-level and trusted network.”
The list of the 115 current New Champion companies (with links) can be found here.
CNBC Coverage of “Summer Davos” 2017 can be found here.
The change of scenery afforded by the beautiful landscape of Switzerland has drawn droves of CCP officials over the years when the WEF gathers for their annual winter meeting in Davos. But now CCP officials can enjoy being the hosts in their own backyard during the summer. This makes perfect sense: China can now become an undetected laboratory, a testing ground to carry out the WEF’s agenda/policies. If Davos is the mother ship for WEF meetings, meetings in China are now the prized battleship carrying the most deadly arsenal of ordinance, so to speak.
A year before the Pandemic was declared, Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday joined the Annual Meeting of the New Champions in 2019 of the World Economic Forum at Dalian International Conference Centre in China. That particular three-day WEF annual meeting, also known as WEF Summer Davos, was held July 1-3 with the theme — Leadership 4.0 – Succeeding in a New Era of Globalisation. Chinese premier Li Keqiang inaugurated the meeting on Tuesday morning. WEF founder and executive chairman Klaus Schwab and Liaoning Province governor Tang Yijun spoke on the occasion. As astounding assembly of over 1800 leaders, including heads of state and government from more than 120 countries, business, civil society, academia and the arts, from across the world gathered at the port city of Dalian in Chinese Liaoning province which is a trading and financial centre in North-eastern Asia and known as the Hong Kong of Northern China.
This “Summer Davos” meeting had four main themes: technology, sustainability, responsibility and agility in business. Sessions titles include: Using 5G Responsibly; Climate Change: The Next Financial Crisis?; Rethinking Capitalism and How to Tax Global Business; Accelerating the Cleantech Transition; and Going Beyond a Trade War. When I sit back and read the words of these themes, I can feel the nefarious intentions of their twisted desires and we can already see the consequences being carried out in society. There were over 200 breakout sessions, with participation from over 1,000 business leaders, including 100 founders and chief executive officers, representatives from arts and culture, academia and the media.
Helping guide the talks, the Co-Chairs of the meeting were:
- Enass Abo-Hamed, an energy storage researcher and entrepreneur;
- Flemming Besenbacher, scientist and chairman of the supervisory board at Carlsberg Group;
- Suphachai Chearavanont, CEO of Thai agro-industrial conglomerate Charoen Pokphand;
- Alain Dehaze, CEO of Adecco;
- Ahmad Belhoul Al Falasi, Minister of State for Higher Education and Advanced Skills for the UAE;
- Ning Gaoning, Chairman of Chinese chemical giant Sinochem;
- Charles Li, CEO of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing; and
- Jessica Tan, co-CEO of Ping An, China’s top insurance company.
Don’t recognize any of the names? Well, even a group of Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) researchers gladly accepted the invitation and attended. In fact, 2019 marked the ninth consecutive year that Carnegie Mellon has participated in World Economic Forum events. The university has become a staple each summer in China, just as they are a welcomed repeat guest in Davos.