During the annual summit of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, the president of the organization, Børge Brende, made a commitment to the influential individuals in power that the WEF will soon introduce a global “new order” without any democratic process.
Brende engaged in a conversation with key officials from the Biden administration, outlining Klaus Schwab’s vision for their respective nations and emphasizing the concept of “sovereignty.”
This week, prominent figures from around the world have gathered at the WEF’s Davos 2024 conference in Switzerland.
In a discussion with Jake Sullivan, President Joe Biden’s White House Security Adviser, Brende elaborated on the ongoing transition towards global governance that the world is currently undergoing.
Brende expressed his belief that the international order established after World War II is no longer functioning as it once did, indicating a need for change.
“We are on the way to a new order, so we are between orders,” Brende continued.
“Do you agree with that?
“What are we able to keep on the positive side from the old order to bring into a New World Order?”
Sullivan held a contrasting viewpoint to Brende’s portrayal that the neoliberal global system, which was formed after World War II, would be substituted. Instead, Sullivan argued that the international order should be “adjusted” to align with the forthcoming “new era” the world is progressing towards.
“I think of this a little bit more of a transition of eras more than a transitions of orders, but the two are kind of cousins of one another,” Sullivan said.
“I don’t think the international order built after 1945 is getting replaced wholesale with some new order.
“It will obviously evolve as it has evolved multiple times over the decades since 1945.”
“But I do think in a more sharp and distinctive way we are moving into a new era,” he continued.
“The post-Cold War era has come to a close.
“We’re at the start of something new.
“We have the capacity to shape what that looks like.”
“And at the heart of it will be many of the core principles and core institutions of the existing order adapted for the challenges that we face today,” Sullivan added.
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Klaus Schwab, the founder of WEF, reiterated the concerns expressed by Brende on Tuesday. During his speech to the Davos elites, Schwab emphasized the imperative for governments and decision-makers to disrupt the recurring pattern of nationalism and individualism. This disruption is crucial in order to achieve the objectives outlined in the WEF’s “Great Reset” agenda.
NOW – Klaus Schwab says, "We risk becoming much more ego-centered on a national and individual level" and wants to "break this cycle." pic.twitter.com/LbHLvOSYgt
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