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“Ten years on from the global financial crisis (and nine years into a U.S. expansion), economies remain at risk.”

No, not our favorite quote…but an important one from the World Economic Forum (WEF). Every year, WEF gathers for its Global Competitiveness Report. Think of it as a stat sheet, ranking 137 economies around the world on 12 factors including quality of institutions, education, infrastructure, and innovation. This year, Switzerland, the U.S., and Singapore took the podium (in that order). But there was a darker underlying message. 

Put simply, global financial infrastructure is “ill prepared for the next wave of innovation and automation.” Economies like China and India have propped up their balance sheetswith bad business loans, doing their best impressions of the 2007 mortgage bubble. 

The thing is, if banks were “too big to fail” back then, what about now? The world’s 30 largest banks now hold $43 trillion in assets versus the $30 trillion they held in 2006.

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You definitely aren't painting a pretty picture of this World Economic Forum @Mic Drop I had no idea about the Satanic side of that organization. We shouldn't be surprised though. We know who "th

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So if we were to reimagine Klaus Schwab then perhaps we could start at the beginning, with Klaus Schwab’s father, Eugen Schwab who was a military industrial contractor to the Nazi regime during world war 2.

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According to investigative reporter Whitney Webb, the elder Schwab:

“led the Nazi-supported German branch of a Swiss engineering firm into the war as a prominent military contractor. “

That company, Escher-Wyss, used slave labour in Nazi efforts to develop an atom bomb. Years later, when Schwab sat on the board of directors, he approved an initiative to help the Apartheid era government of South Africa in their pursuit of an a-bomb.

In this era of open talk about reparations, perhaps reimagining Klaus Schwab could prescribe that the World Economic Forum pay reparations to descendants of Nazi-era slave labour (concentration camps) and for their part in reinforcing Apartheid in South Africa.

https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/reimagining-world-economic-forum

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Thank you @Peter Carroll.... Interesting update.... although this section still raises some eyebrows:

"The police badges with a WEF logo are used by local officers in Graubunden to mark the organization’s annual conference."

A "badge" is used by police and military to confer authority..... 

Either way this place into the narrative that they are becoming more powerful with each step....

Check out the info I just posted above about Klaus Schwab's father.

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