The World Economic Forum’s annual Davos conference enters its fourth day today, and the rampant agenda peddling shows no sign of slowing down.
We’ve already seen the powers-that-be roll out all the old classics.
On Monday we had the panel “Ushering in a Safer Digital Future” had a long discussion on making the internet safe from – among other things – “hate speech” and “misinformation”. During which Julie Inman-Grant, Australia’s “eSafety Commissioner”, dropped this beauty of a sentence:
So, I think we’re going to have to think about a recalibration of a whole range of human rights that are playing out online, from freedom of speech to the freedom to – you know – be free from online violence…”
“Recalibrating freedom of speech”. Nice.
Earlier today, we had Pfizer announcing their “Accord for a Healthier World”, featuring Bill Gates on backing vocals.
The “groundbreaking initiative” will see Pfizer giving away all their patented treatments and vaccines for free in 45 different countries across the third world.
This is an act of charity, you understand, to tackle “healthcare inequality”, and not at all a powerplay that will allow Pfizer/Bill Gates huge influence over developing nations, plus use of large populations for huge-scale medical experiments.
Climate change, of course, is everywhere.
We’ve also seen other panels discussing “Unlocking the power of digital health”, hyping up “Central Bank Digital Currencies”, promoting the increasingly creepy mantra “Diversity, Equality, Inclusion”.
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