The Libertarian Senator from Kentucky said that it isn’t a conspiracy theory that the WEF elites want a one-world government — “it’s in their mission statement.”
The global meeting of the world’s elite at the World Economic Forum concluded last week in Davos, Switzerland.
That’s where the über-rich and powerful rub elbows to talk about how they want to run the world, and make side deals to keep themselves in their exclusive club of elites. It’s like a real-world meeting of Spectre but replaces terrorism and criminality with bureaucracy and fawning over celebrities. In a way, it’s kind of a joke.
The problem is — this joke isn’t funny. It’s also at the expense of the people who don’t attend the WEF conference. That would be the average Joe Citizen pretty much everywhere in the world.
The World Economic Forum, run by Klaus Schwab — who really does look and sound like a Bond villain — has bragged that the “Young Global Leaders” that have been trained by the WEF have “penetrate[d] the cabinets” of governments around the world.
It’s ridiculous that these hypocrites pretend to be so concerned about the effects of carbon on the environment while they take their private jets and are chauffeured around in limos at a global conference that offers virtual meetings, cosplay at being refugees, talk about the threat of overpopulation, and insist that we eat bugs because of the “climate crisis” while they enjoy the best of what Davos has to offer.
They also talk about government-controlled digital currencies, carbon tracking apps, ending oil and gas that would destroy modernity, the proper “global responses” to pandemics, and other ways to erode your individual liberties.
Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) was on Fox News recently and told Jesse Watters just how dangerous the idea of a “one-world government” really is.
“The real danger here that’s even more dangerous than all their phony caring about carbon footprint,” said Paul. “The real danger is this look how bad your government is in a country where you get to vote for these people. This would be a government, a world government where you don’t get to vote on anybody. This is everybody’s worst nightmare.”
“The bureaucracy that we have trouble in our United States because we don’t get to vote on them, we vote indirectly,” Paul continued, “Can you imagine the one-world bureaucracy of all these elitists and their private jets that would rule our country and we wouldn’t get to vote? So I’m dead set against this and they used to call people that talked about one-world government used to say it’s a conspiracy. We would always say no, it’s in their mission statement. They say it at every meeting. That’s what they’re for. But lack of sovereignty means lack of freedom, it means lack of responsiveness and it’s completely antithetical to everything our country stands for.”
It’s bad enough that the D.C. Swamp still exists. Imagine what the WEF Swamp would be like!
It’s anti-American… and that’s the point.
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