The big New World Order focus in Davos this year is stomping out the “right-wing” and their “disinformation,” once and for all. At the annual gathering of the World Economic Forum, they had a big session about “fighting back.” For some reason, nobody wants to trust nongovernment organizations anymore.
Davos elites tackle disinformation
As Fox News reports from Davos, elite globalists are convinced that “fighting back against the ‘right wing‘ and the ‘disinformation‘ it spreads is a critical step for restoring trust in nongovernment organizations.” Those NGO’s, like the World Economic Forum and the World Health Organization, are doing such good things that nobody should question them.
They ignore they way they’re treating Dutch Farmers and the way WHO covered up the lab leak for China. To them, it’s all pixie dust and unicorn farts.
All Klaus Schwab and the WEF is trying to do with Agenda 2030 are projects aimed at “improving the state of the world.” Improving it for the Rothschild family, that is. Everyone at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland was eating it up like insect protein.
FREE SPEECH – Is the greatest threat to their plans.
This is Richard Edelman CEO of the worlds largest PR company, instructing businesses to deprive platforms who don’t follow the WEF narrative of advertising…in order to destroy them.
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The discussion on “disrupting distrust,” hosted by Richard Edelman, was a big hit. Edelman is CEO of a global PR firm.
The panel host fully agrees with Klaus about the mistrust issue. One “of the ‘sadnesses‘ he’s experienced over the last few years has been the ‘deterioration of trust‘ in NGOs.” Especially ones like the WEF.
Private companies “are now trusted more than NGOs dealing with civil society issues.” That’s horrid and he blames the whole change on “right-wing groups.” Davos doesn’t like deplorables one bit.
A really good job
Edelman thinks he figured out the core issue that’s frustrating them. “My hypothesis on that is right-wing groups have done a really good job of disenfranchising NGOs.” George Soros didn’t even bother to show his face in Davos, this year.
“They’ve challenged the funding sources. They’ve associated you with Bill Gates and George Soros. They’ve said that you’re world people, as opposed to actually what you are, which is local.” They may be local but they all arrived by private jet from here and there and everywhere. Let someone else protect the climate.
The big challenge for the Davos gathering this year is coping with the hot button issues. Like “how to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic, climate change and racial equity.”
The WEF wants even more censorship
Richard Edelman, owner of the world's largest PR agency, has called in Davos for a broader advertising boycott against platforms that do not adequately censor opinions and information critical of the government. pic.twitter.com/keTr2HUNdK
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They lost ground on all of those “because of reduced trust in the NGOs.” It won’t get any better unless the elite do something about it. They aren’t fighting hard enough.
“You guys are great at punching but terrible at taking a punch.” They can’t seem to find a way to fight back against pesky things like “the truth.” According to Edelman, “You have to learn to do two things. One is preempt. When they’re going to punch you, you gotta know they’re gonna punch you and say, ‘Why are they punching us?‘ and … we call it pre-bunking.”
To those at Davos, it’s only misinformation when the right says it. Even if it inconveniently happens to be true. If someone on the right slips up and gets a fact wrong, swoop in for the kill. “when they hit you and they’re inaccurate, hit back. Don’t take it.“