There are at least 104 World Economic Forum (“WEF”) Young Global Leaders embedded in British institutions, charities, and companies. Here is a list of their names and the institutions or companies that employ them. But before we list them, some back background to WEF’s Young Global Leaders and Global Shapers Community.
In 1992 Schwab established an institution parallel to the World Economic Forum (“WEF”), the Global Leaders for Tomorrow school, which was re-established as Young Global Leaders in 2004.
Members of the school’s very first class in 1992 already included many who went on to become important figures on the political left, such as Angela Merkel, Nicolas Sarkozy, and Tony Blair. There are currently about 1,300 graduates of this school, and the list of alumni includes several names of those who went on to become leaders of the health institutions of their respective nations.
All of the politicians who graduated from the Young Global Leaders and were in office during the past two years have favoured harsh responses to the Covid pandemic, and which also happened to considerably increase their respective governments’ power.
But the school’s list of alumni is not limited to political leaders. We also find many of the captains of private industry there. Again, all of them expressed support for the global response to the pandemic, and many reaped considerable profits as a result of the measures.
In 2012, Schwab and the WEF founded yet another institution, the Global Shapers Community, which brings together those identified by them as having leadership potential from around the world who are under 30. Approximately 10,000 participants have passed through this program to date, and they regularly hold meetings in 400 cities.
In the video below Amazing Polly, a Canadian podcaster, takes a closer look at the Global Shapers Community. Global Shapers is a second layer of penetration by the transhumanist Klaus Schwab and his World Economic Forum, she says.
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