Klaus Schwab stepping DOWN from WEF; which global villain will replace him?

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World Economic Forum founder and executive chairman Klaus Schwab has shocked the world by announcing that he's stepping down from his role running the WEF.

Schwab had founded the global gathering in 1971 and was operating as the executive chairman until now — though he won’t be leaving his brainchild. Rather, Schwab will be transitioning to a role as a nonexecutive chairman pending approval by the Swiss government.

While his successor has yet to be named, Glenn Beck and comedian Eric Hollerbach aren’t wasting the opportunity to poke a little fun at the global villain.

“Hello my slave, Glenn Beck-ing-hamming, how are you today,” Hollerbach says, impersonating Schwab’s fictional son, who they joke will now be running the WEF.

“I’m good,” Glenn laughs. “It’s interesting that you would agree to come on this particular program. I’m not sure how your father feels about people like me.”

Hollerbach, aka Klaus Schwab’s heir, tells Glenn that he hopes to make some “conversions” from Glenn’s side and that Schwab’s brain “is analog at this moment, and it will go to digitalization.”

“So, he was just kind of getting the upgrade,” Hollerbach jokes, adding, “It’s more of a lateral movement.”

When Hollerbach explains what the role of the WEF is, Glenn can’t help but laugh.

“We do certain rituals to ensure that we go up the food chain, closer and closer and closer to the great architect of the universe. And we are the embodiment to inherit earth incorporated,” he explains.

“People, like the average people, how are they going to benefit?” Glenn asks.

“Well, their slavery will be more like digital token. They will have equitable access to making labor or jails,” Hollerbach answers, embracing his power hungry character.


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FACT CHECK: No, WEF Member Kiva Allgood Was Not Killed By Russia’s ‘Spetznas’ Snipers In Ukraine

A post shared on X claims World Economic Forum (WEF) member Kiva Allgood was purportedly killed by Russia’s “Spetznas” snipers in Ukraine. https://t.co/nN88BwTUsx “Russian Spetznas Snipe (World Economic Forum) Member Kiva Allgood in Ukraine!” pic.twitter.com/LYSFu2jUM4 — James D. Dorman (@Jdd385James) April 30, 2024 Verdict: False The claim is false and stems from an April 30 […]

Glenn Beck / RFK Jr. interview going viral — especially the part when Kennedy says how Fauci avoided jail time ...

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Last week, Glenn Beck sat down with independent candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. for an extensive interview. The duo broached a wide range of subjects, including the World Economic Forum, NATO, the conflicts in Russia/Ukraine and Israel/Gaza, climate change, and of course, Big Pharma — which Kennedy has been incredibly outspoken about.

On that subject, Kennedy was quick to bring up the absurdity of how COVID-19 was handled, starting with Donald Trump.

“During COVID ... President Trump got rolled by his bureaucrats, and he came in saying, ‘I’m a businessman, I’m gonna run this place like a business,' [so] he gave the keys to all of our shops and stores and businesses to Tony Fauci and shut down 3.3 million businesses,” he told Glenn.

Glenn agreed wholeheartedly and followed with a question we all want answered: “What do you do to restore the trust [in the medical industry]?”

“What we now know because of the Wuhan lab ... [is] they’re messing with Ebola and they’re messing with Chikungunya and all of these really horrific diseases ... with 50%, 20%, 10% [mortality rates],” he told Glenn, adding that “of course some of them escape every year.”

Who’s behind this atrocity?

If you guessed Anthony Fauci, you’re correct.

Kennedy explained that when the Patriot Act was passed, it mandated “that any federal officer or employee who violates [the Geneva Convention or the 1973 Bioweapons Convention] cannot be prosecuted.”

“That relaunched the bioweapons arms race,” he said. The Pentagon “started redirecting all that money to Anthony Fauci to do bioweapons research.”

“So, why isn’t he in jail?” Glenn asked.

“He’s not in jail because Joe Biden is president,” was Kennedy’s frank answer.

That honesty perked up the ears of news outlets such as the New York Post and the Daily Mail, which published articles covering Glenn and Kennedy’s candid conversation.

To see the full interview, watch the video below.


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RFK Jr. admits he was WRONG to call for Glenn Beck’s censorship: 'I would never say anything like that today'

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Last week, independent candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. sat down for an extensive interview with Glenn Beck. The two discussed a range of subjects, including the World Economic Forum (which Kennedy fittingly called the “billionaires boys' club”), the complexities of NATO, the depravity of Big Pharma, and the ongoing conflicts between Russia/Ukraine and Israel/Gaza, among other issues.

Glenn also pressed Kennedy on his thoughts regarding ESG, the Second Amendment, as well as the candidate's previous statements on climate change — one of which was aimed directly at Glenn.

At a Live Earth concert back in 2007, RFK Jr. made the following statement:

“So, I'm gonna tell you this, that the next time you see John Stossel or Glenn Beck or Rush Limbaugh or Sean Hannity — these flat-earthers, these corporate toadies lying to you, lying to the American public, and telling you that global warming doesn't exist — you send an email to their advertisers and tell them you're not going to buy their products anymore. This is treason and we need to start treating them now as traitors.”

“You’re smart enough to know what that means constitutionally,” Glenn said after reading the quote.

“I wouldn’t say that today,” was Kennedy’s humble response. “Part of the reason I wouldn’t say that is because I watched our country run over not only the First Amendment but all three arms of the First Amendment.”

He then cited the way the government “closed a million churches for a year,” “[rolled] over the rights of freedom of assembly,” “shut down 3.3 million businesses with no due process, no just compensation,” and “got rid of the Seventh Amendment” as the reasons he feels differently today.

“The First Amendment was not written to protect speech that we all want to hear. It was for the speech nobody wants to hear,” even if it’s “embarrassing,” “appalling,” or shares “ideas that are horrible ideas,” he told Glenn.

“I would never say anything like that today,” he continued, referring to his 2007 statement. “My thinking on it has evolved, and I can see how dangerous statements like that are.”

To hear Glenn’s response, watch the video below.


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Louisiana Senate unanimously passes bill rejecting the 'overreaching hands of the WHO, UN, and WEF'

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The Louisiana Senate unanimously passed a bill Tuesday that would bar the three leading globalist organizations from exerting power in and over the state.

Senate Bill 133 would specifically ensure that the World Health Organization, the United Nations, and the World Economic Forum "have no jurisdiction or power within the state of Louisiana."

The proposed law authored by Republican state Sens. Valarie Hodges and Thomas A. Pressly and state Rep. Kathy Edmonston would further prohibit the state and all governmental entities in Louisiana from implementing or enforcing rules, regulations, fees, tax policies, or "mandate[s] of any kind" tied to the globalist triad.

State Sen. Hodges (District 13) told Blaze News that SB133 "comes after years of attempts to secure our state sovereignty from the overreaching hands of the WHO, U.N., and WEF."

"We have watched a horror story unfold in front of us as time has shown that the 'recommendations' and coercive regulations from outside organizations such as the WHO have harmed hundreds of thousands of Americans who took a vaccine that they were told was safe and effective," said Hodges.

"Now, we are witnessing severe, long-term side effects and countless deaths because the 'experts' were wrong," continued the senator. "These organizations coerced and strong-armed Americans into medical decisions without clinical trials or long-term studies."

Hodges noted that it was especially critical to act now that Republicans control the legislature and the governor's mansion.

If passed by the House of Representatives and ultimately ratified by Gov. Jeff Landry, then the law would go into effect on Aug. 1, 2024.

While uncertain about what the federal government or the courts may do in response to the legislation, Hodges underscored, "We, as legislators, should not base our efforts on what the courts may or may not do — we must focus on doing the right thing."

Pressly took to X to express gratitude to his colleagues "for recognizing the importance of sovereignty in our decision making and passing this bill without opposition."

"State laws should be made by our state's elected officials not international organizations," wrote Pressly.

The Republican bill comes several weeks ahead of the May 27 vote by the World Health Assembly on the WHO Pandemic Preparedness Treaty: a legally binding pact "under the Constitution of the World Health Organization to strengthen pandemic prevention, preparedness and response."

Republicans have criticized the proposal in recent months.

Blaze News previously reported that Rep. Chris Smith (R-N.J.) claimed during a news conference in early February that the treaty suffers from "a slew of significant issues surrounding the proposed treaty — including lack of transparency, the back-room negotiations, WHO overreach and infringement on U.S. sovereignty, unknown financial obligations for U.S. taxpayers, threats to intellectual property rights and free speech, funding for abortion, and how the treaty will benefit China at the expense of the United States."

Rep. Brad Wenstrup (R-Ohio), chairman of the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus, also blasted the treaty at the news conference, stating, "Throughout the COVID-19 Pandemic, the WHO caved to the Chinese Communist Party rather than following the science."

Wenstrup added, "Now, the WHO wants to infringe upon our national sovereignty with their proposed 'pandemic treaty.'"

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The WEF's plan to control you

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The idea of the “metaverse” is synonymous with Mark Zuckerberg.

In 2021, Zuckerberg — half robot, half man — renamed his corporation from Facebook to Meta. Ever since, his primary goal has been to forge the “metaverse,” a virtual reality environment in three dimensions. However, he’s not the only one exploring this brave new world.

The World Economic Forum is also actively exploring the metaverse.

Make no mistake about it: If the WEF has its way, your metaverse identity will be used to monitor, predict, mold, and mimic your behavior.

The unelected globalists in Davis recently published a rather sobering report emphasizing the significance of digital IDs, biometric data capture, and behavior profiling and how all three will shape our identities in the metaverse.

In a new 48-page report, eerily titled “Metaverse Identity: Defining the Self in a Blended Reality,” the WEF suggests that, as people "spend more time exploring, playing and socializing in digital experiences, a person’s metaverse identity will be central to their day-to-day life as well as to the way they express their personal identity.”

The concept of metaverse identity consists of three key elements:

  • Representation: This involves personal, social, and role identity, which can be expressed through avatars, pseudonyms, or other digital forms.
  • Data: This refers to the vast amount of information about individuals collected by the hardware and software supporting the metaverse.
  • Identification: This includes various forms of identification such as driver's licenses, government-issued IDs, passports, birth certificates, attestations, labels, or usernames and passwords.

The report highlights that metaverse identity expands the traditional notion of "identity" by integrating it with the digital infrastructure of the internet. In short, it's a complex framework that encompasses everything from representation to data and identification.

Identity in the metaverse, we’re told, “connects and anchors a person to the physical and virtual world.”

The concept of representation, meanwhile, involves how individuals present and express themselves, whether through a realistic portrayal or more abstract, creative interpretations. This includes visual representations and verbal expressions, actions, behaviors, and mannerisms. This aspect of representation also ties into behavior profiling, which is evident in biometric profiling, data capture, and various identification processes. If you are imagining communist China, then yes, you are on the right track.

Furthermore — and this is a crucial point — introducing digital entities in the metaverse will redefine the notion of representation. These digital entities can embody humans, objects, systems, or abstract ideas and possess varying levels of interaction, autonomy, and behavior within digital environments. Worryingly, any issues with your digital replicas could impact your real-life existence. Today, the line between the physical and digital you is somewhat blurry. Tomorrow, that line will be nonexistent.

The fact that the WEF, the international organization behind the Great Reset initiative (you will own nothing and be happy with owning nothing), is so interested in shaping the metaverse should worry anyone who values his freedom — or what little remains of it, anyway.

As mentioned in the comprehensive report, the metaverse identity data category focuses on collecting and examining data in order to draw conclusions about individuals — their likes, dislikes, political philosophies, etc. Using AI and machine learning, this data is used to anticipate and predict behavior patterns. Yes, like something out of "Minority Report." According to the WEF, when combined with AI and ML models, this data enables the analysis of a person's interactions, movements, and preferences, ultimately generating the person's identity.

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Whether these inferred data points capture current activities, predict future actions, or anticipate preferences, they offer insights into an individual's identity. Furthermore, these attributes can influence how the virtual environment responds to an individual and how outsiders perceive the individual. Imagine this technology in the hands of Klaus Schwab and his colleagues, all of whom are vested in manipulating human behavior and exerting control over people's thoughts and actions.

This is not unfounded fearmongering. The report clearly states that lawmakers could easily “use aggregated inferred data for surveillance, monitoring dissidents or suppressing certain groups without their active consent.”

Which means they probably will.

But, some will say, “I want no part of the metaverse. I refuse to even entertain the idea of entering it.”

Although I applaud your commitment, you and your loved ones may have little option but to participate, especially if the metaverse becomes the internet’s next chapter. If everything is online, then, I ask, how do you plan to remain offline?

Also, your metaverse identity could be your passport, the golden ticket needed to participate in the online world. Make no mistake about it: If the WEF has its way, your metaverse identity will be used to monitor, predict, mold, and mimic your behavior. It will determine what information you can and cannot access and what information you can and cannot share. You have been warned.

FACT CHECK: No, Klaus Schwab Did Not Say Humans Who ‘Refuse’ Artificial Intelligence Would ‘Become Extinct’

The claim stems from The People's Voice, a website that has repeatedly published false information

INSANE: Hollywood elites demand AI, calling thinking 'ghetto'

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Stephen Colbert isn’t “worried about AI,” and the WEF’s Yuval Noah Harari is surprisingly not a fan of that sentiment.

“I’m ready for the big machines that make big decisions programmed by fellas with compassion and vision; I’m ready for the machines to tell us what to do,” Colbert told Harari.

Harari rebutted Colbert’s statement by saying that “it’s extremely dangerous to give up power to something we don’t understand.”

Pat Gray and Keith Malinak are shocked by the exchange.

“Harari is talking common sense to Colbert on this,” Malinak says. “That was so interesting how Colbert sets the premise that well, they’re being programmed by really good guys."

“Those are the kind of dummies that we need in America right now, ‘cause we’re heading down that path,” Gray says.

But a lot of Americans might agree with Colbert, especially a recent guest on Bobbi Althoff’s podcast.

While Suki and Althoff were arguing about whether or not Suki was a “musician” or a “magician,” Suki said, “I don’t think, baby, I don’t think. What is that? That’s ghetto, I don’t think.”

“This is idiocracy,” Malinak says, disturbed.


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Andrew Schulz goes silent when RFK Jr. tells him how the DNC cheats

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If anyone knows that the game is rigged, it’s presidential candidate and former Democrat, Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

And he made that clear to a curious Andrew Schulz on the “Flagrant” podcast.

“Who’s more corrupt?” Schulz asks RFK Jr., referencing the DNC and the RNC.

“Probably equally corrupt, but I don’t know,” RFK Jr. tells Schulz, adding, “I don’t even know the metric by which you would measure that.”

“But the DNC is really misbehaving. They’re really trying to block people. They try to block me, they try to block Trump. I’m not a fan of Trump, but I want to be on a level battlefield with him; I don’t want to beat him because a court threw him out.”

“I think this persecution that the DNC has leveled, that people see that as unfair,” he continues. “This is what they do in banana republics."

Dave Rubin finds the conversation “refreshing.”

“He is telling the truth,” Rubin says, noting that while RFK Jr. won’t completely disparage the Democrats, he clearly knows they are more corrupt.

“He knows the Democrats are worse than the Republicans. When the Republicans had their insurgency in 2015, an orange man named Donald Trump, the party maybe didn’t like him,” Rubin explains, adding, “but they didn’t change any of the rules.”

To hear more, watch the episode below.


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WATCH: El Salvador president warns Americans during bold CPAC speech

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Just a few days ago, El Salvador President Nayib Bukele delivered a bold speech at America’s annual Conservative Political Action Conference. His warning against global elites, including George Soros, and other “dark forces” was welcomed with applause and cheers from a highly receptive audience.

“If [elites] want a seat at the table, they should run for office. Let the people vote. It will not be a pretty sight for them – if the elections are free and fair,” he said. “Who elected Soros to dictate public policy and laws? Why does he feel entitled to impose his agenda?”

“Soros and his cronies hit a brick wall in El Salvador,” he continued. “Thank God, another glory be to Him, Salvadorans are now immune to his influence. No one believes his lies any more.”

“In the span of less than a decade, gangs took control of all the country and our society. They evolved into a parallel government controlling elections and even political parties. ... Murder capital of the world – it’s a tragic title to hold.”

“Jumping out of the water when it's already boiling is an almost impossible feat. You are not there yet,” Bukele said in reference to America. “And believe me, you don’t want to be.”

After El Salvador “arrested terrorists” and began “removing corrupt judges, attorneys, and prosecutors,” it finally was able to begin the process of “cleansing” itself, Bukele told the audience.

The country also was forced to acknowledge the hard truth: “The corrupt system works in tandem with the so-called international community, the NGOs, and … the fake news.”

“Just like it happens here in the United States,” Bukele warned.

“El Salvador and a lot of places in South America are on their way out of that kind of corruption while [Americans] are stepping headlong into it,” says Keith Malinak, reiterating Bukele’s main point.

“Can you imagine back in the '80s and '90s us pointing to El Salvador's leader for inspiration on any topic?” asks Pat Gray.

To hear more, watch the clip below.


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