Klaus Schwab Of The WEF Says China Is The “Model For Many Nations”

by | Dec 1, 2022 | Headline News

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    The World Economic Forum’s Klaus Schwab says that “China is a model for many nations.” Schwab has praised China’s “achievements” at modernization since the late 1970s.

    What Schwab is obviously praising is the abject enslavement of the Chinese people and their inability to see their own slavery. The World Economic Forum founder and Chair recently sat down for an interview with a Chinese state media propaganda outlet and proclaimed that China was a “role model” for other nations.

    “I think it’s a role model for many countries,” Schwab said, before qualifying that he thinks each country should make its own decisions about what system it wants to adopt.  “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,” Schwab said according to a report by Fox News. 

    China has no illusion of freedom unlike the United States, which pretend to allow its slaves some freedom:

    China is governed by the absolute rule of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) which does not allow people to practice the religion or belief of their choice, and has no tolerance for dissent or criticism. –Fox News

    The U.S. likes to pretend that picking out a new master or owner every few years makes the slaves somehow free. There seems to be little interest in dissent in the United States, even though many are slowly becoming aware of the magnitude of the slave system on this planet.

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    The U.S. isn’t too far off from the complete dissolution of the illusion of freedom either, and it won’t be long until people are owned and controlled to the extent that they are in China.

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    In 2014, the CCP announced a moral ranking system whereby individuals, government organizations, and companies are ranked based on social credit. Comparisons have been drawn to environmental, social, and governance, or ESG, scores being used by major financial institutions and global organizations to create a type of social credit system designed to influence behavior and transform society.

    Schwab wrote in 2019 that ESG scores are necessary for stakeholder capitalism.

    “‘Stakeholder capitalism,’ a model I first proposed a half-century ago, positions private corporations as trustees of society, and is clearly the best response to today’s social and environmental challenges,” he wrote. “We should seize this moment to ensure that stakeholder capitalism remains the new dominant model.” –Fox News

    “Nobody is ever free, even on the outside. Those persons merely had the illusion of freedom. They worked to pay taxes on their income, taxes on everything they consumed until death, and, if they were lucky enough to have accumulated a few dollars they didn’t spend, that would be consumed in taxes on their final exit.” ― Kenneth Eade, An Evil Trade


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