Posted by Roger Mallett Posted on 18 April 2021

Klaus Schwab`s Own Words

Klaus Schwab, the founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, and a man whom some regard as a dead ringer for Dr Strangelove, has a knighthood.

I would now believe anyone who told me that Queen Elizabeth travels everywhere by broomstick. She betrayed her people by not speaking out about the European Union and her family has furthered that betrayal by supporting the Great Reset and the intended slavery of the British people.

Schwab wrote a book called, Shaping the Future of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and subtitled A guide to building a better world. It should, I think, have been called Nightmare on Your Street.

It seemed to me to be at the same time impenetrable, arrogant, ignorant and badly written and yet the scariest book I have ever read. I was horrified by the contents.

Here are a few quotes to give a flavour of the book – and of Schwab’s thinking:

From a section headed, Altering the Human Being:

`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’.

(I’m very happy with what God gave me, thank you.)

And these from a section about agriculture:

`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…food 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.’

(Where did that nonsense come from? Who says gene editing is precise, efficient and safe? And we have much better farming techniques.)

And from a section on neurotechnologies:

`Neurotechnologies enable us to better influence consciousness and thought and to understand many activities of the brain. 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.’

(If that doesn’t scare you, nothing will.)

Klaus Schwab`s own words.

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