Unmasked: Klaus Schwab’s School for Covid Dictators, Plan for the ‘Great Reset’

 

Unmasked: Klaus Schwab’s School for Covid Dictators, Plan for the ‘Great Reset’

by

Robert Gorter, MD, PhD.

November 18th, 2021

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“For example, in recent months we have seen ransomware attacks targeting hospitals, critical infrastructure, school systems, the electrical grid (black-outs), and many other critical services. “Citizens are being hit by power shortages, delayed medical treatment, transportation and other consequences of this new breed of brutal cyberattacks.”-Klaus Schwab, Cyber Polygon 2021

Economist Ernst Wolff believes a hidden alliance of political and business leaders is exploiting the pandemic with the aim of crashing national economies and introducing a global digital currency, RAIR reports.

How come more than 190 governments around the world ended up coping with the COVID-19 pandemic in almost exactly the same way, with lockdowns, masks, and vaccination passports now commonplace everywhere? The answer may lie in the Young Global Leaders School, founded and led by Klaus Schwab of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, and which many of today’s prominent political and business leaders have gone through on their way to the top.

German economist, journalist, and author Ernst Wolff have revealed some facts about Schwab’s “Young Global Leaders” school in a video from the German Corona Commission podcast that is relevant to understanding world events during the pandemic. Wolff is best known as a critic of the globalist financial system, but lately, he has focused on exposing what he sees as the hidden agenda behind the anti-Covid measures being taken around the world.

Mysterious Beginning

The story begins with the World Economic Forum (WEF), an NGO founded by Klaus Schwab, a German economist, and mechanical engineer, in Switzerland in 1971, when he was only 32 years old. The WEF is best known to the general public for the annual conferences it hosts each January in Davos, Switzerland, where political and business leaders from around the world gather to discuss the issues of the moment. Its precursor was the annual Bilderberg Conference in the Netherlands and under the chairmanship of Price Bernard von Lippe Zur Bisterfeld; the husband of the queen of the Netherlands, Juliana. Today it is one of the most important networks in the world for the globalist power elite, funded by about a few thousand multinational corporations.

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Klaus Schwab and Ursula van der Leyen are getting along extremely well

Originally called the European Management Forum until 1987, the WEF managed to bring together 440 executives from 31 countries at its very first meeting in February 1971, which, as Wolff notes, was an unexpected feat for someone like Schwab, who previously had very few international or had professional experience. Wolff thinks this is due to the contacts Schwab made during his university education, including with none other than former national security adviser and USA Secretary of State Henry Kissinger. Wolff also points out that while Schwab was there, Harvard Business School was planning its own management forum, and it is possible Harvard eventually delegated the task of organizing it to him.

Initially, the forum only brought together people from the economic sector, but it soon attracted politicians, prominent figures from the media (including the BBC and CNN), and even celebrities.

Schwab’s Young Global Leaders: Incubator of the Great Reset?

In 1992, Schwab founded a parallel institution, the “Global Leaders for Tomorrow” school, which was re-established in 2004 as Young Global Leaders. Entrants to the school must submit an application for admission and are then subjected to a rigorous selection process. Among the members of the school’s very first class in 1992 were many who later became important liberal politicians, such as Angela Merkel, Nicolas Sarkozy, and Tony Blair. There are currently about 1,300 graduates of this school, and the list of alumni includes several names of those who later became leaders of the health institutions of their respective countries. Four of them are former and current health ministers for Germany, including Jens Spahn, who has been a federal health minister since 2018.

Other notable names on the school’s roster include New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, whose strict lockdown measures have been praised by global health authorities; Emmanuel Macron, the President of France; Sebastian Kurz, who until recently was the Chancellor of Austria; Viktor Orbán, Prime Minister of Hungary; Jean-Claude Juncker, former Prime Minister of Luxembourg and President of the European Commission; and Annalena Baerbock, the leader of the German Greens, who was the party’s first candidate for Chancellorship in this year’s federal election, and who is still in the running to become Merkel’s successor. California Governor Gavin Newsom is also on the list. He was selected for the class of 2005,

But the list of the school’s alumni is not limited to political leaders. There are also many private sector leaders, such as Bill Gates of Microsoft, Jeff Bezos of Amazon, Richard Branson of Virgin, and Chelsea Clinton of the Clinton Foundation. All of them, too, expressed strong support for the global response to the pandemic, and many have made significant (financial) gains as a result of the measures.

Wolff believes that the people behind the WEF and the Global Leaders School are the ones who really determine who the political leaders become, although he emphasizes that he does not believe that Schwab makes these decisions himself but is merely a facilitator. He further points out that the school’s alumni are not only Americans and Europeans, but also people from Asia, Africa, and South America, indicating that the school’s reach is truly global.

In 2012, Schwab and the WEF established yet another institution, the Global Shapers Community, which brings together individuals under the age of 30 with leadership potential from around the world. To date, approximately 10,000 participants have completed this program, and they hold regular meetings in 400 cities around the world. Wolff believes that this is yet another testing ground where future political leaders are selected, vetted, and groomed before they take their place in the world’s political apparatus.

Wolff points out that few Global Leaders School graduates mention this on their resumes. He says he has only seen one, that of German economist Richard Werner, who is a noted critic of the establishment. Wolff suggests the school is happy to include even critics of the system in its ranks, as another name among the graduates is Gregor Hackmack, the German head of Change.org, who was in the 2010 class. Wolff thinks this is because the organization wants to present itself as fair and balanced, although it also wants to ensure that its critics are controlled opposition.

Another thing the Global Leaders graduates have in common is that most of them have very scant resumes, apart from their participation in the program before being elevated to positions of power, which may indicate that it is their connection to Schwab’s institutions that is the deciding factor in launching their career. This is most evident when the school’s alumni are publicly questioned about topics they have not been instructed to talk about beforehand, and their difficulties in formulating answers are often very apparent. Wolff claims that their role is simply to act as a mouthpiece for the topics of discussion that those in the shadows behind them want to be discussed in public debate.

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The founder of World Economic Forum (WEF), Klaus Schwab, opened Cyber Polygon 2021 with a dare warning: “Lack of cyber security is a clear global threat to our societies and predicted that global black-outs could be the result soon.”

Klaus Schwab’s Yes Men in Action

Given the growing dissatisfaction with the anti-Covid measures of the school’s graduates who are now national leaders, Wolff believes it is possible that these people have been singled out because they are willing to do as they are told, and that they are being primed to fail so that the ensuing resistance can be exploited to justify the creation of a new global form of government. Wolff notes that politicians with distinct personalities and strong, original views have become rare, and national leaders of the past 30 years have distinguished themselves for being long-suffering and following a strict, top-down, globalist line. This has been particularly evident in the response of most countries to the pandemic,

It is difficult to determine exactly how the school works, but Wolff has managed to learn something about it. In the early years of the school, members of each class met several times over the course of a year, including for a 10-day executive training session at Harvard Business School. Wolff believes that by meeting their classmates and becoming part of a wider network, graduates gain contacts that they will fall back on in their later careers. Today, the school’s program includes courses offered at irregular intervals over five years, which in some cases may coincide with the start of some participants’ political or professional careers – meaning they will visit Davos on a regular basis.

A Global Network of Wealth and Influence

Graduates of the Young Global Leaders School, and before that Global Leaders for Tomorrow, are in a very good position as they have access to the WEF’s network of contacts. The WEF’s current Board of Trustees includes such luminaries as Christine Lagarde, former director of the International Monetary Fund and current president of the European Central Bank; Queen Rania of Jordan, who has been ranked by Forbes as one of the 100 most powerful women in the world; and Larry Fink, CEO of BlackRock, the largest international investment management firm, which manages approximately $9 trillion annually. By tracing the connections between the school’s graduates, you can see that long after participating in the Global Leaders programs, you can see that, according to Wolff,

Wolff believes that many elite universities have a role in the WEF-defined process and that they should no longer be seen as operating outside politics and economics. He cites the Harvard Business School, which receives hundreds of millions of dollars from donors every year, and the Harvard School of Public Health, which was renamed the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health after receiving $350 million from the Hong Kong-born billionaire Gerald Chan. The same goes for the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, which became the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health after media mogul Michael Bloomberg donated $1.8 billion to the school in 2018.

Wolff argues, however, that the WEF’s influence extends far beyond those who have completed the Global Leaders and Global Shapers programs, as the number of people attending the annual conferences in Davos is much greater than many suspects; he mentions being informed that about 1,500 private jets take participants to the event every year, overloading Switzerland’s airports.

The Alliance of Big Business and Governments

The main purpose of WEF’s activities, Wolff believes, is to facilitate and promote high-level cooperation between large companies and national governments, something we are already seeing. Viviane Fischer, another participant in the Corona Commission podcast, points out that British company Serco processes migrants for the British government and also manages prisons around the world, among its many other activities. The international reach of the pharmaceutical industry is also significant: Wolff mentions, for example, that Bill Gates, a graduate of Global Leaders, did business with Pfizer, one of the major manufacturers of the controversial mRNA vaccines, long before the pandemic broke out, through the public health initiatives of his foundation in Africa. The Wall Street Journal has reported that his foundation had earned about $200 billion in “social benefits” from vaccine distribution before the pandemic even started. One can only imagine what his vaccine yields are today.

Digital technology, now ubiquitous, also plays a prominent role in the elite’s global designs. Wolff emphasizes that BlackRock, led by Global Leaders alumnus Larry Fink, is currently the largest advisor to the world’s central banks, collecting data on the global financial system for over 30 years, and undoubtedly has a better understanding of how the system works than the central banks themselves.

One of the goals of current policies pursued by many governments, Wolff says, is to destroy the businesses of small and medium-sized entrepreneurs so that multinational corporations based in the United States and China can monopolize business everywhere. Amazon, in particular, which until recently was led by Global Leaders alumnus Jeff Bezos, has made huge profits as a result of lockdown measures that have devastated the middle class.

Wolff argues that the ultimate goal of this domination by major platforms is the introduction of digital banking currency. Just in recent months, China’s International Finance Forum, which is similar to the WEF, has proposed the introduction of the digital yuan, which in turn could be internationalized by the Diem blockchain-based currency network. Interestingly, Diem is the successor to Libra, a cryptocurrency first announced by Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook, suggesting that there is currently the talk of a global currency that will transcend the power of the dollar or the yuan, and is being managed by the cooperation of Chinese, European and American corporate networks. The International Finance Forum’s board of trustees includes names such as Christine Lagarde of the WEF; Jean-Claude Trichet, the former president of the European Central Bank; and Horst Köhler, the former head of the International Monetary Fund.

Wolff further explains that the lockdowns and subsequent bailouts that have taken place around the world over the past two years have brought many countries to the brink of bankruptcy. To avoid an economic catastrophe, the world’s governments resorted to taking out 650 billion special drawing rights, or SDRs, which are additional foreign exchange reserves managed by the International Monetary Fund. When these eventually fall due, those same governments will find themselves in dire straits, which may be why the adoption of digital currencies has suddenly become a priority – and this may have been the hidden purpose of the lockdowns all along.

Wolff says two European countries are already ready to adopt digital currencies: Sweden and Switzerland. Perhaps not coincidentally, Sweden has had virtually no lockdown restrictions as a result of the pandemic, and Switzerland has only taken very light measures. Wolff thinks the reason for this may be that these two countries didn’t have to crash their economies due to lockdown measures, as they were already prepared to use digital currencies before the pandemic started. He argues that a new round of lockdowns is being prepared that will end the world’s economies for good, leading to mass unemployment and in turn the adoption of the Universal Basic Income and the use of a digital currency managed by a central bank. This currency could be limited,

Furthermore, Wolff points out that the inflation currently observed worldwide is an inevitable consequence of the fact that national governments, after taking loans from the central banks, have poured about $20 trillion into the global economy in less than two years. While the previous bailouts have gone to the markets, this latest round has gone to ordinary people, and as a result is driving up the prices of products that ordinary people spend their money on, such as food.

Democracy and Human Rights have been canceled

The ultimate conclusion we must draw from all this, according to Wolff, is that democracy as we knew it has been quietly dismantled and that while the semblance of democratic processes in our countries is being kept up, the fact is that an investigation into how governance around the world today shows that an elite of super-rich and powerful individuals effectively controls everything that happens in politics, as has become especially evident in relation to the response to the pandemic.

The best way to combat their plans, Wolff says, is simply to educate people about what’s going on and make them see that the “super-dangerous virus” story is a lie designed to trick and manipulate them into accepting things that are against their own interests. If even 10% of ordinary citizens become aware of this and decide to take action, it could thwart the plans of the elite and perhaps open a window for ordinary citizens to take back control of their own destiny.

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Ernst Wolff (* 1950 in Southeast Asia ) is a German economist and author and journalist. His focus is the criticism of the global financial and monetary system; especially the role of the IMF, the World Bank, the Federal Reserve, the Bretton Woods system, and the worldwide fiat money.

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