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Your World Economic Forum Lizard Kings Are Back
And they go on pretending that they are better than us
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The annual, totally not creepy, we are not hoi polloi, but ordinary people just like you, and if you disagree, you are a conspiracy theorist even if we provide video evidence that your concerns are valid; World Economic Forum (WEF) conference just wrapped up last week.
You can find umpteen dozens of clips and new articles online, but as the intrepid keyboard reporter I am, I decided to engage in some online self-flagellation and watch a bunch of full sessions on topics that piqued my interest so that I could view our lizard people overlords in their all their global hegemonic glory.
This was not easy, and I come back from the digital front lines carrying some scars for all of you, but I know you count on me, and I aim to please. So here we go…
Welcoming Remarks and Special Address
Who are the people that attend the Davos party? The best description I have come across is from Samuel P. Huntington, a Harvard political scientist, who defined the Davos Man as:
The rewards of an increasingly integrated global economy have brought forth a new global elite. Labeled ‘Davos Men,’ ‘gold-collar workers’ or… ‘cosmocrats’, this emerging class is empowered by new notions of global connectedness. It includes academics, international civil servants and executives in global companies, as well as successful high-technology entrepreneurs…[they]have little need for national loyalty, view national boundaries as obstacles that thankfully are vanishing, and see national governments as residues from the past whose only useful function is to facilitate the elite’s global operations.
Now let’s contrast that definition with the opening statements from the head lizard king, Klaus Schwab:
Internationally, we are moving to what some people would call a messy patchwork of powers. There are superpowers, emerging powers, middle powers, regional powers, rogue states, and also large corporations, and also large social media powers, all competing for power and influence. As a result, [inaudible] we are moving towards increased fragmentation and confrontation.
Notice the language he uses;” a messy patchwork.” This is not what the Davos Man wants, which is a neat, tidy world where one central organization can rule. If you had chickens, wouldn’t you rather contain them in a coop rather than the hassle of giving them freedom and providing avian rights to them?
In this “messy patchwork” or “coop-free” system, there is a competition for “power and influence.” The lizard people do not like individuals with power and thoughts.
Later he explains:
The most critical fragmentation is between those with a constructive attitude and those who are bystanders, observers, and even go into the negative of critical and confrontational attitude.
You best agree with us, you piece of trash…you don’t want to be the one with the “confrontational attitude,” do you? Don’t you want to be “constructive?”
Does anyone else get strong pedo vibes from a guy who speaks like this? “Don’t you want to be a good little girl and do what the teacher says,” says the 40-year-old, obese, sweaty, incel elementary school teacher? Creep city. And I’m not saying that solely because he has a German accent, but that certainly isn’t helping his cause.
Let’s call up Professor Huntington for a bow because his definition seems accurate with sniper-like precision.
Crystal Awards Ceremony
I know, I know…we are all concerned that the elites may not have had enough pats on the back, enough attaboys, enough creepy hair sniffs from President Biden to keep their ever-so-fragile egos at their proper elevated levels. So, not to be outdone by the pomp and circumstance of the Hollywood folks they aspire to be, they hosted, not at all predictably, their own awards ceremony.
This must be why no one is watching the Oscars anymore. Why wait to see what creepy, child-molesting Balenciaga slip dress Meryl Streep is going saunter down the red carpet wearing when you can watch the despotic, now former New Zealand Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern walk down the red carpet, also in a creepy, child-molesting Balenciaga slip dress?
The awards ceremony, hosted by none other than the wife of the lizard king himself, Hilde Schwab, presented the awards to the deserving winners who made up the most oppressed, least privileged in our world. They represented the leaders who uncovered the atrocities facing the Uigyar Muslims in China, a poor Sudanese boy who stood up to the strip miners in his country who forced tens of thousands of Sudanese people into slavery, and the young de-transitioner who blew the lid on the medical abuses at the now-shuttered Tavistock Clinic in the UK who were functionally abusing mentally ill children by pumping them full of puberty blockers after a ten-minute interview.
Gotcha! No way my readers are that stupid, right?
Nope, the winners were a Yale-educated architect, the woman who is the artistic director at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and world-famous actor Idris Elba and his wife.
The architect, Maya Lin, has been at the forefront of “sustainable design,” so you know, solving the world’s most pressing problems. Fortunately, Ms. Lin spent 15 minutes on Wikipedia the night before her acceptance speech and had some excellent advice for us on how to solve climate change.
If we all lived at the density of Manhattan, how much space would we take up? The answer, the state of New Mexico, or the country of Poland, or of Vietnam. So is the problem we face isn’t about population alone, [but] much more about land use and resource consumption [emphasis added].
I mean, we all know overpopulation is an issue, right? Who cares if the global population has increased over 1200% since 1700 and has never been more prosperous or better fed? Who cares if every single prediction Paul Ehrlich made in his misanthropic, eugenicist pornography tome, The Population Bomb, turned out to be wrong?
Who should be the population to go? Of course, not those who attend the World Economic Forum, but you know those who couldn’t afford a private jet to fly to Davos, didn’t get rich(er) from pandemic scams, and actually has to work for their money.
Aside from that, we could also squash all those losers into molecule-sized apartment buildings in Santa Fe. And don’t think I’m joking.
There are 121,590 sq miles in New Mexico and 8 billion people worldwide. That comes out to 424 sq ft per person. Sounds cozy. I can’t wait for the next pandemic these assholes create.
What’s that, you say? What about the people who make our food? They need space to, you know, grow vegetables and raise livestock. LOL. You silly little peon. We are going to pump our cricket meal directly into your veins. That way, you won’t even need to use your stupid mouths, and we can prevent you from uttering useless phrases like “human rights,” “equality under the law,” or “show me Jeffrey Epstein’s client list.”
As if Ms. Lin hadn’t graced us enough with her brilliance, she found this little tib bit on Wikipedia as well:
According to the World Economic Forum, it would take 1.6 trillion, in US dollars annually, to mitigate Climate Change. Well, what can I do as an artist, maybe I can only point out some other things that we also spend that amount of money on each year. For instance, we spend $1.6 trillion a year on alcohol or we spend that amount on tobacco, drug trafficking, and meetings in the US alone, combined.
When she mentioned meetings, I almost choked on my scone (it’s like a hard muffin, you baseborn scum). Sweet tits - you are at the WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM. Huge balls or lack of awareness? I report, you decide.
Should we cut down on the amount of money we spend on vegetables? Or on streaming services? How about private jets? Or 200 ft yachts? Or those little ribbon pins we put on our lapels show our support for the woke-thing-of-the-week? Or course not, because Ms. Lin and her friends like those things.
We should stop doing the vile things her Yale, sustainable architect friends don’t like and tsk-tsk the plebs for partaking in. The blue-collar worker in West Virginia should reassess spending the $12 on a pack of Marlboro’s, not because there are better uses of his money, like putting it towards retirement or his kids’ education, but so he can pour money into a Greenwashing scheme that will pick out random trees in a forest and claim that they were the planters in return for that guy’s $12.
But my favorite item on her list was that we need to stop drug trafficking. I’ll tell you what, Ms. Lin, I’ll buy you a ticket to Mexico, and you can negotiate with the Sinoloa cartel to turn over all their profits to fighting climate change. Let me know how that goes for you. Luckily enough for me, I’ll only need to cough up the money for a one-way ticket. You might want to familiarize yourself with the term necklacing before your trip.
Let me make a concrete suggestion to avoid being thoroughly unconstructive in Ms. Lin’s Climate Change fight. According to MarketRealist, a ticket to the WEF costs $91,000, with approximately 2,500 attendees coming to a grand total of $227.5 million.
Hey Maya, honey, I think I found another place for you to mention in your cost reallocation scheme. But never mind, the $200+ million is worth it for you to get your award that will probably shatter on your private plane during your flight back to the sustainably sourced, tiny house I am sure you live in.
Philanthropy: A Catalyst for Protecting Our Planet
When the event planners were determining who would be the most suitable headliner for this session, there was a core set of criteria they knew the person had to adhere to.
Contributed nothing to society at any point in their life
Been a hypocrite of epic proportion
Sold out his friends for power
Married their match in uselessness, but who had all the money he needed to make his drossy life a career
Of course, I talk about none other than Swift Boat veteran, ketchup-devouring, chin-leading, inutile John Kerry.
Kerry is the flawless manifestation of everything wrong with the Climate Nihilist movement today. He is a hypocrite, a serial prevaricator, and just flat-out dumb.
Among the eye-rolling factoids which emanated from his mouth, he claimed, “half the species on our planet have been already killed.”
Excuse me? Since when? Last week? 2020? 1850? The Proterozoic Era? And from what? Global Warming? Nuclear War? Alien Invasion? Harvey Weinstein? He never cares to mention it, but it doesn’t really matter because it is pooping pants, parting suckers from their money-inducing!
If you look at the way we live, the incredible sort of destructive process of growth, the way we interpret it, not as enlightened growth but as robber baron growth driven by a lot of different things. [emphasis added]
Interestingly, Kerry decides to mention the “way we live.” I guarantee you, boys and girls, that the way Kerry lives is in no way resonant with how you live. Let me present to you how not-like-Kerry you all are.
Here is his $11.75 million, 18.5-acre vacation house in Nantucket. Mind you, Nantucket is only 105 sq miles or about half the size of New York City; owning 19 acres there is unheard of.
Funny, but I don’t see any solar panels on the roof or windmills on the property. Oh well, they must have just photoshopped them out because if we know one thing about John Kerry, he is NOT a hypocrite.
Here is a picture of Kerry’s yacht…
It comes in at a cool $7 million, which he also decides to dock in Newport, Rhode Island. Since the guy lives in Massachusetts, why would he dock his boat in RI, you ask? Elementary…since boats are fundamental to the RI economy, the state has favorable tax laws for them. These tax laws help Kerry save almost $500 thousand each year.
Also, let’s remember that at the WEF this year, there were over 1,000 private jets flown in, which emitted 9,700 tons of carbon, or the equivalent footprint of 350,000 cars if you care about that sort of thing.
According to The Nature Conservancy calculator, I expel 78 tons of CO2 annually or about 1.5 tons per week. These WEF elitists, like Kerry, want us to curtail our lifestyles when the planes alone, which carry them to this fete, emit over 6,400 of me’s.
So no, Johnny…your view of how “we” live bears little resemblance to how “we” actually live.
How about this for a deal…you first.
The Clear and Present Danger of Disinformation
Imagine you went to a conference, and these topics and hosts were on the agenda:
Responsible Money Management hosted by Sam Bankman-Fried, former CEO of FTX
How to be a Good Neighbor hosted by Vladimir Putin, President of Russia
The Clear and Present Danger of Disinformation, hosted by former CNN host Brian Stelter
You might think you were scammed out of your money, were being gaslit, or had entered an alternative universe where these hosts’ credentials were the polar opposite of what they are in our dimension.
Well, dear readers, welcome to the Davos alternative universe where one of these sessions did occur.
Incredibly, the session on the dangers of disinformation was hosted by the fount of lousy information, the guy who was a supposed media watchdog while hosting a CNN show called Reliable Sources, all the while glossing over or misleading on some of the most critical media stories during his tenure.
Then again, we can always hope that he will eat everyone in the audience.
Joining His Toothiness on the panel was Arthur Gregg Sulzberger, Chairman, and Publisher of the New York Times; US Congressman Seth Moulton; Vera Jourová, Vice President for Values and Transparency of the European Commission, and Jeanne Bourgault, President and Chief Executive Officer of Internews.
I could write an entire column on this session alone, so let me just hit on the highlights. If you have time, you should really watch it yourself.
It made some headlines when Jourová told Moulton that hate speech laws would soon be in the US. No thanks, Euroweenie…we like our freedom just as it is, hot, smelly, Euro-less.
Stelter led the discussion in the best way he knew how…making it all about himself. Here, we learn how sad the internet can make Brian because once a website said he had been hanged at Guantanimo Bay, and a fact checker, who was apparently having the slowest day in history, called to ask if he was still, in fact, able to fog a mirror.
A website called 4gunner.com, which likely has an audience of five people, including the purveyor’s mother and high school guidance counselor, wrote a post entitled “Brian Stelter Executed.” I’ll let you be the judge, but anyone who can’t tell this is supposed to be satire (if not of the failed, MAGA wet dream variety) should not be anywhere near a fact-checking job or the year 2023 for that matter, but I digress.
Doesn’t this show how dangerous mis/dis/misinformation can be? Brian was so disturbed by the news of his untimely demise that he couldn’t fasten the helmet he wears at night to get his head into that odd shape. Weird-shaped head and teeth that look like he just ate an entire pan of brownies are his brand; this is serious stuff, guys.
After this, the Times guy jumps in; you know, the New York Times, right? The publication that has made it its job to win Pulitzers for covering up for despotic mass murdering regimes (Walter Duranty) by making up history based on cherry-picked, misunderstood facts. (The 1619 Project), or simply making up stories whole cloth (Russiagate reporting).
Anyway, here are his deep insights for the panel:
Terms like ‘fake news’ and ‘enemies of the people’ have been popularized cyclically in society in some of the most repressive and dangerous moments, you know, Nazi Germany, Stalinist Russia, so I think any time we are hearing language like that applied to a free press or more broadly free expression I think we should be really worried
Astoundingly, it took a whole three minutes before the Nazis were invoked. If I were a betting man, I would have taken the under. I would have assumed that Stelter’s opening remarks would have been, verbatim, something like, “Nazi, Nazi, Trump, Nazi, Russia, Nazi, disinformation, Nazi, Trump, Russia, Nazi.” Then again, I am surprised Nazi wasn’t in the session’s name. It appears that the years of Trump therapy sessions for the Davos delusional are starting to pay off. Keep up the good work, guys.
Side note - does anyone want to break it to Arthur that the term “fake news” originated with Hilary Clinton? Or does he know that? What a misogynist pig. You, sir, disgust me.
I’ll wrap it up with this…during the Q&A session, an audience member asks the quintessential Davos Man question: Have we made lies more attractive than the truth? I call this the perfect Davos Man question because it is superficially thoughtful but painfully idiotic after you’ve thought about it for 15 seconds; so, of course, everyone on the panel nodded along to it because this is, indeed, a room full of Davos Men.
It’s one of those questions that sounds great in a Woke University Philosophy 101 class but is the essence of banality. Trying to read the tea leaves between the private jets, I think what he meant was, how do you make sensational stories as attractive as mundane stories, but here’s the rub…you can’t.
By their very nature, sensational stories are more attractive because they are, by definition, unique. Where the question really goes afield is that it is blatantly ill-conceived to conflate sensational stories with lies.
If I tell you that you have to choose between two stories to read, one about a 30-year-old who became a global sensation only to be exposed as a con man who scammed people out of $15 billion and a second story about my ingrown toenail, which one are you going to pick? The first one, of course, because it’s more interesting…but that’s also the true story (I have beautiful feet if you must know).
I could go on and on and on about these creeps, but you get the point. These people hate you. They only care about your existence because they want to be your rulers. No matter how often their hypocrisy and iniquity are exposed, they keep going on, having their $100 thousand meetings and figuring out ways to create their global world order.
But in the time we have left, before our lizard overlords finally steal all our money with their global digital currency, control our thoughts with their brain implants, feed us cricket meal, and squash all sense of humanity out of the world, at least we can mock them.
Until next time