WEF: Klaus Schwab Welcomes Chi-Com Xi To Open Davos Agenda

The World Economic Forum rolled out the red carpet Monday for Chinese Communist Patry dictator Xi Jinping on the first day of their current event dubbed the “Davos Agenda.”

“It is my distinct honor and great privilege to introduce His Excellency Xi Jinping, president of the People’s Republic of China, to open the Davos Agenda,” World Economic Forum executive chairman Klaus Schwab cheerfully announced.

A clip shared online of the event showed Schwab introducing what he called “several priorities for the global agenda.” These included “revitaliz[ing] the global economy” through mass systemic changes that include “accelerat[ing] its transition to net zero.”

Schwab also suggested a need to lessen the gap between the rich and the poor. Some critics have scoffed at this idea, which was brought up by the WEF founder both today and in the past, pointing to the extreme widening of the wealth gap in the past approximate year and a half that was arguably exacerbated by massive societal changes in reaction to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Chinese President Xi Jinping later took the stage and ironically advocated for nation-states to “treat the world as a community” and work to do whatever they can to protect the economies of both themselves and nations around the globe.

“If major economies slam on the brakes or take a U-turn in their monetary policies, there would be serious negative spillovers,” the leader of the CCP said.

Dr. Fauci was apparently another special guest of the Davos Agenda, joining the World Economic Forum this week to share a few opinions of his own. The Director of National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases reportedly railed against Americans who have questioned his leadership during the Covid-19 pandemic in the following talk: “It’s very disturbing, I believe to all of us as public health officials and scientists, such a degree of pushback against regular, normal, easy-to-understand public health measures. Reluctance to wear masks, reluctance to promote vaccination, reluctance to do kinds of public health measures.”

He continued: “You make the virus have an advantage when you don’t implement, in a unified way, all the very well-recognised public health measures — particularly the vaccines.”

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