Monday, November 21, 2022

Klaus Schwab - China as a Model for the Global Future

A recent interview on  China Global Television Network or CGTN, China's English-language, Chinese Communist Party-controlled news channel gives us some interesting insight into the world's self-appointed ruler, Klaus Schwab.  The interview was held at the end of the 2022 edition of the APEC meeting global leaders which was held in Bangkok, Thailand.


Here is a complete transcript of Tian Wei's interview with Klaus Schwab:

Wei - In the APEC this year, both the leaders' meeting and also the APEC CEO summit you just spoken at the opening panel Professor, so how do you see would be able to with our capability to carry on this kind of discussion in the right direction?


Schwab - We have to define the specific elements of the global system for example, nature and environment, climate change and then to see what are actually see areas where can make true progress where we can have a real impact.  I'm very glad that China is integrated into our initiative to plant one trillion trees in the next ten years by making its own contribution.  We have to try with a collaborative platform where we integrate the best people, the most relevant people and then to work for progress.  Now, surveys has been formed but we have to go one step further.  We have to have a strategic mood.  We have to construct the world of tomorrow.  It's a systemic transformation of the world.  So, we have to define how the world should look like which we want to come out of this transformation period.  


Note that - "WE have to define how the world should look like" after the Great Reset.  To hell with what the sweaty masses of the organ donor class want for their futures.


Wei - Earlier we have the Great Narrative also called the globalization and everybody believes it and everybody think this is our shared future.  Now, as world is changing, we need to reshape again the vision as you just said but how to bring everybody on board?


Schwab - So, it's now the opinion globalization has failed and we are entering into an era of deglobalization.  I think that's wrong.  We, of course, have three shaping of certain supply chains so for certain physical goods we may see much more reshoring or home shoring.  In reality, the world has moved closer together because we are moving from a physical world much more in a digital world and the digital world by nature is much more globally oriented.  Now you asked how to do it?


Wei - Yes.


In his response, we see how Schwab is proposing to promote his Great Reset to the global unwashed.


Schwab - I think it needs what we feel in the World Economic Forum a multi-stakeholder approach.  It suddenly governments who have to be in the lead but business, most of the solutions, will come from innovation from business and we have to integrate the large population.  We have to mentor the population and to show through our good examples that the future requires this change and such change, at the end, ultimately, will be beneficial for them.


See, it's all for our own good!  We're just too ignorant to see it and we will have to be reeducated so that we'll be capable of understanding that the global ruling class is just acting to benefit us.

Here is the final interesting exchange:


Wei - From your perspective, how do you understand this ambition of China to have the Chinese pass toward modernization and share it with the developing world?


In his answer to this question, we see the real Schwab agenda.


Schwab - I respect China's achievements which are tremendous over the last over forty years since the opening up and policy and reform policy came into action.  I think it's a role model for many countries but I think also we should leave it to each country to make its own decision what system it wants to adapt and I think we should be very careful in imposing systems but the Chinese model is certainly a very attractive model for quite a number of countries.


So, each nation will be allowed to choose its "system" but we, as individuals, have no choice when it comes to the imposition of the Great Reset.  Schwab also clearly shows that he has no objection to other nations adopting China's style of dictatorship and top-down economic approach because it is a "very attractive" societal model.


Here is the interview with CGTN's Tian Wei keeping in mind that Schwab, as a key part of the global technocracy and the architect of the WEF's Great Reset, was in attendance so that you can hear how Klaus Schwab can talk for five minutes and basically say nothing:



For those of you that either weren't aware or had forgotten, another global "leader" (and I use the word very loosely) and an acolyte of Schwab's who also admires China's ability to get things done:


Now we know where Justin Trudeau sourced his ideas for his government's heavy-handed approach during the pandemic, particularly his response to the truckers' protest and how it likely received the approval of Schwab through his minion, Canada's Deputy Prime Minister and WEF Trustee, Chrystia Freeland.


Thanks to this interview on China's government television network, Klaus Schwab, the self-appointed guardian of the global future, has made his preferences for our transhumanist and dystopic future very clear.  Watch China and we'll get a sense of the roadmap that Schwab wants for the world and it most certainly isn't freedom of person.

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