The World Economic Forum.
Updated: Apr 10
You've probably not heard about The World Economic Forum, and you wouldn't be to blame as it’s not frequently reported on by our main stream media. Which is strange because a lot of world leaders are using it’s slogans, such as ‘Build back Better’ and the ‘Great Reset’.
The annual meetings of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, bring together thousands of the world’s top corporate executives, bankers and financiers with leading heads of state, finance and trade ministers, central bankers and policymakers from dozens of the world’s largest economies; the heads of all major international organizations including the IMF, World Bank, World Trade Organization, Bank for International Settlements, UN, OECD and others, as well as hundreds of academics, economists, political scientists, journalists, cultural elites and occasional celebrities.
Matt Hancock and Klaus Schwab (The founder of the WEF).
To understand 'The World Economic Forum' is to understand what's happening in the world today. Here's an article from 'Mises Wire' that explains the vision the worlds elite have for the future. Hold onto your hats - it makes for a worrying read.
Mises Wire - https://mises.org/wire/
WEF - '8 predictions for the world in 2030' - https://www.weforum.org/agenda
WEF - Here's how life could change in my city by the year 2030
WEF video '8 Predictions For The World In 2030' - https://archive.org