The World Economic Forum takes place this week, and the Globalists have a brand new manifesto. It seems they’re going full fascist…
(Silver Doctors Editors) Davos 2020 is taking place this week.
Davos is the annual meeting held in Switzerland where the world’s premier Globalists signal all of the ways they plan to enslave humanity.
It’s formally called the “World Economic Forum”.
This year it’s all about the environment and social justice.
Beginning this week, look for the “for the good of society” (and the planet) meme to be pushed harder than ever, especially now that the who’s who of Globalists have come out with a brand new manifesto!
A. The purpose of a company is to engage all its stakeholders in shared and sustained value creation. In creating such value, a company serves not only its shareholders, but all its stakeholders – employees, customers, suppliers, local communities and society at large. The best way to understand and harmonize the divergent interests of all stakeholders is through a shared commitment to policies and decisions that strengthen the long-term prosperity of a company.
“The purpose of a company”, meaning any company, is now apparently to serve society at large?
And let’s not get it twisted: They will be the ones who decide what does and does not serve “society at large”.
They’re called Globalists for reason, and they dream of a one world government with a one world currency.
Looking at “why we need a new manifesto” spells out this year’s agenda more clearly (bold added for emphasis), and it’s quite telling:
- ‘Stakeholder capitalism’ is gaining momentum, in part thanks to the ‘Greta Thunberg effect’
- It offers the best opportunity to tackle today’s environmental and social challenges
- The World Economic Forum is launching a new ‘Davos Manifesto‘
What kind of capitalism do we want? That may be the defining question of our era. If we want to sustain our economic system for future generations, we must answer it correctly.
Generally speaking, we have three models to choose from. The first is “shareholder capitalism,” embraced by most Western corporations, which holds that a corporation’s primary goal should be to maximize its profits. The second model is “state capitalism,” which entrusts the government with setting the direction of the economy and has risen to prominence in many emerging markets, not least China.
But, compared to these two options, the third has the most to recommend it. “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.
Davos 2020 takes place from now through Friday, and with a brand new manifesto, it’s clear the Globalists are looking to speed-up the implementation of the total enslavement of humanity.
You know, for the good of society.
And the environment.