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World Economic Forum
The WEF describes itself as the “International Organization for Public-Private Cooperation.” It represents the interests of more than 1000 global corporations and, in June 2019, it signed a Strategic Partnership Framework agreement with the United Nations. The WEF and the UN agreed to work together to “accelerate implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.” 6) 7)
The WEF, which was originally called the European Management Forum until 1987, succeeded in bringing together 440 executives from 31 nations already at its very first meeting in February 1971, which was an unexpected achievement for someone like Schwab, who had very little international or professional experience prior to this.
The reason may be due to the contacts Schwab made during his university education, including studying with no less a person than former National Security Advisor and Secretary of State Henry Kissinger.
The Forum initially only brought together people from the economic field, but before long, it began attracting politicians, prominent figures from the media (including from the BBC and CNN), and even celebrities.
In 1992 Schwab established a parallel institution, the Global Leaders for Tomorrow school, which was re-established as Young Global Leaders in 2004. Attendees at the school must apply for admission and are then subjected to a rigorous selection process. 8)
WEF Programs and Agendas
Global Leaders for Tomorrow
The Global Leaders for Tomorrow was an award granted by the World Economic Forum for successful decision-makers under the age of 38 who are “committed to social, environmental and economic issues in society.”9) 10)
The program was reconstituted in 2003 as The Forum of Young Global Leaders. According to economist Richard Werner, who was selected in 2003, the program was closed down and rebooted as a more controllable group because there started to be too many people asking difficult questions in the forum.11) Some of the select Global Leaders for Tomorrow also continued in the The Forum of Young Global Leaders.
Daughter of Klaus Schwab - Nicole Schwab is author of The Heart of the Labyrinth, a spiritual parable acclaimed as a beautiful exploration of deep mind, offering a message of Earth-centered wisdom. She is the Founding Director of the Forum of Young Global Leaders (2004-2006), and co-founder and President of EDGE Certified Foundation, a global scheme certifying organizations for closing the gender gap in the workplace. Previously, she worked on health sector reform projects in Latin America for the World Bank and the Ministry of Health of Bolivia. Nicole holds a Master in Public Policy from Harvard Kennedy School and an MA in Natural Sciences from Cambridge University. She serves on the Boards of several non-profit organizations active in reforestation, ocean conservation and women’s empowerment.12)
Young Global Leaders
After the class of 2003, the Global Leaders for Tomorrow program was shut down and reconstituted as the Forum of Young Global Leaders. According to economist Richard Werner, who was selected in 2003, the program was closed down and rebooted as a more controllable group because there started to be too many people asking difficult questions in the forum.13)
Young Global Leaders reporting 14)
According to Michelle Rempel Garner, she was notified of her selection as a YGL via email that she initially dismissed as junk mail.
Propaganda, Corporatism, and the Hidden Global Coup
Le Bon and Goebbels teach us about modern State and NGO-sponsored Propaganda during COVID
Substack February 28, 2022 - Dr. Robert Malone
A small subset of the graduates from the Young Leaders Program in the United States include -
Politics and Policy -
- Jeffrey Zients (White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator since 2021)
- Jeremy Howard (co-founder of lobby group “masks for all”)
- California Governor Gavin Newsom
- Peter Buttigieg (candidate for US President in 2020, US secretary of transportation since 2021)
- Chelsea Clinton - The Clinton Foundation
- Huma Abedin - wife Anthony Weiner, Hillary Clinton aide
- Nikki Haley (US ambassador to the UN, 2017-2018)
- Samantha Power (US ambassador to the UN, 2013-2017, USAID Administrator, since 2021)
- Ian Bremmer (founder of Eurasia Group)
- Bill Browder (US-British financier) co-founder of Hermitage Capital Management Russian looter who lobbied Congress to pass the Magnitsky Act, a law to punish Russian human rights violators aka protect bank fraud
- Jonathan Soros (son of George Soros)
- Kenneth Roth (director of Human Rights Watch)
- Paul Krugman (economist)
- Lawrence Summers (US Secretary of the Treasury, 1999-2001)
- Black Lives Matter co-founder Alicia Garza
- Ivanka Trump, and Tulsi Gabbard.
Legacy Media -
- CNN medical analyst Leana Wen
- CNN Sanjay Gupta
- Covid Twitter personality Eric Feigl-Ding
- Andrew Ross Sorkin (New York Times financial columnist)
- Thomas Friedman (New York Times columnist)
- George Stephanopoulos (ABC News)
- Lachlan Murdoch (CEO of Fox Corporation, co-chair of News Corp)
- Justin Fox (Bloomburg)
- Anderson Cooper (CNN).
Technology and Social-Media -
- Microsoft founder Bill Gates,
- former Microsoft CEO Steven Ballmer
- Jeff Bezos - Amazon, owner Washington Post
- Google co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page
- Elon Musk
- former Google CEO Eric Schmidt
- Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales
- PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel
- eBay co-founder Pierre Omidyar - owner The Intercept
- Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg
- Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg
- Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel
- Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla (a WEF Agenda Contributor)
- Pfizer VP Vasudha Vats.15)
(removed from WEF website 2-27-2022) 1975, graduate, Law Department, Leningrad State University. 1975, with KGB Foreign Intelligence Service; Adviser to Rector, Leningrad State University; 1990, left KGB; Head, Mayor's External Relations Committee, St Petersburg; 1994, Deputy Mayor; Head, local branch, Our Home is Russia; 1996, resigned, moved to Moscow and Deputy Head, Management Department, Presidential Administration under P Borodin; 1997-98, Head, Main Controlling Department, Presidential Administration; 1998, Deputy Head, administration in charge of relations with regions; 1998, Director, FSB; 1998, Member, Security Council; 1999, Secretary, Security Council; 1999, Prime Minister; 2000-08, President; since May 2008, Prime Minister.16)
This is a very interesting interactive graphic that can can be used to reveal the WEF take on all aspects of the pandemic.
Canadian Member of Parliament Michelle Rempel Garner wrote in a Substack article on February 24, 2022 that concerns of the WEF's control over Canadian politics were overblown.17) According to Garner, despite its self-portrayal a “highly influential elite organization”, it is in her view “an overpriced sales conference.” While she dismisses that notion that the WEF is pulling the strings in Canada, she criticizes Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Klaus Schwab for their statements leading Canadians to believe in such “conspiracy theories”.
Full list: List of Members of the World Economic Forum
Global Shapers Community
Born out of the World Economic Forum, The Global Shapers Community is a network of young professionals under the age of 30 driving dialogue, action, and change. With more than 7,000 members, the Global Shapers Community spans over 170 countries with nearly 400 Hubs around the world.
Situated in Canada’s national capital, the Ottawa Hub is comprised of emerging and accomplished leaders across the public, private, and non-profit sectors working in finance, technology, management consulting, law, academia, public policy, politics, and entrepreneurship. The Ottawa Hub is engaged in projects to foster positive change and sustainable impact locally and internationally.
The Hub's recent projects and partnerships include: the MyCanada150 Photo Exhibit; nationwide youth consultations on “The Future of Work” in advance of the 2018 G7 Summit; a Refugee Art Showcase in partnership with Love Without Borders; a Financial Literacy Workshop for local youth; and Impact Jam 613 - a one-day pitch competition focused on addressing local civic issues.is a network of young people driving dialogue, action and change. We believe in a world where young people are central to solution building, policy-making and lasting change.
Our special guests for the evening included Jim Watson (Mayor of Ottawa), Jean-Nicolas Beuze (UN High Commissioner for Refugees Representative in Canada), and Kayra Martinez (founder of Love Without Borders). In one evening, we raised over $3,000 in support of refugees in Ottawa and abroad.
On the occasion of Canada’s G7 Presidency, we were delighted to partner with Hubs across the G7 to consult and convey the priorities of young people and principles for action on preparing for the jobs of the future - one of the core themes for Canada’s Presidency.
This consultative process was initiated and led by the Ottawa Hub with the support of Hubs across the G7. By invitation of the Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, the Ottawa Shapers presented the preliminary findings of these consultations at the G7 Ministerial on Preparing for Jobs of the Future in Montreal.18)19)
Over 40 delegates; an one-week trip. This fall, Ottawa’s mayor Jim Watson is leading the largest team Ottawa has ever sent to China. The team is composed of businessmen from high tech and tourism industries, educational leaders and airport authority. They will travel to Beijing, Shanghai, and other major cities in China.20)
From September 28 to October 1, young leaders from 196 countries descended on Ottawa for the One Young World Summit 2016. The most promising talent from global and national companies, NGOs, universities, and other forward-thinking organizations were joined by world leaders, including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, to debate, formulate and share innovative solutions for the pressing issues the world faces.
Keeton Wilcock, YDC’s Program Director, co-hosted the session and facilitated discussion. Keeton indicated that Ambassador Heyman’s frank challenge to the participants not to wait but to jump head-first into tackling the world’s most complex and pressing public-private-social problems was hugely motivating. He noted: “Ambassador Heyman’s call to action was daunting but also inspiring – the issues are huge but I believe our generation is up to the task.”21)
Lisa Sherman is president and CEO of the Ad Council, she leads all aspects of this national institution. She is a thought leader, frequent public speaker, and an active participant on advisory boards for several industry and public service organizations, including the World Economic Forum’s Information and Entertainment Stewardship Board. AD Council bio22)
In tax we trust.
To our fellow millionaires and billionaires,
If you’re participating in the World Economic Forum’s ‘online Davos’ this January , you’re going to be joining an exclusive group of people looking for an answer to the question behind this year’s theme, ‘how do we work together and restore trust?’
You’re not going to find the answer in a private forum, surrounded by other millionaires and billionaires and the world’s most powerful people. If you’re paying attention, you’ll find that you’re part of the problem.
Trust - in politics, in society, in one another - is not built in tiny side rooms only accessible by the very richest and most powerful. It’s not built by billionaire space travelers who make a fortune out of a pandemic but pay almost nothing in taxes and provide poor wages for their workers. Trust is built through accountability, through well-oiled, fair, and open democracies that provide good services and support all their citizens.
And the bedrock of a strong democracy is a fair tax system. A fair tax system.
As millionaires, we know that the current tax system is not fair. Most of us can say that, while the world has gone through an immense amount of suffering in the last two years, we have actually seen our wealth rise during the pandemic - yet few if any of us can honestly say that we pay our fair share in taxes.
This injustice baked into the foundation of the international tax system has created a colossal lack of trust between the people of the world and the elites who are the architects of this system. Bridging that divide is going to take more than billionaire vanity projects or piecemeal philanthropic gestures - it’s going to take a complete overhaul of a system that up until now has been deliberately designed to make the rich richer.
To put it simply, restoring trust requires taxing the rich. The world - every country in it - must demand the rich pay their fair share. Tax us, the rich, and tax us now.
The truth is that ‘Davos’ doesn’t deserve the world’s trust right now. For all the countless hours spent talking about making the world a better place, the conference has produced little tangible value amidst a torrent of self-congratulations.23)
Deutsche Bahn is Germany’s largest railway operator. This contract is not about concessions; it is a strategic partnership aimed to develop Ukraine’s infrastructure,” said Mr. Honcharuk. “I believe that German operational efficiency and zero tolerance for corruption will inspire changes in Ukrzaliznytsia. Ukraine retains full control over Ukrzaliznytsia – German experts will focus on reforming the enterprise management mechanisms.”
Also attending the National Investment Council meeting was Suma Chakrabarti, president of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, who said the “EBRD remains the largest single investor in Ukraine and 2019 was a standout year. We have doubled the scale of investments with over 1 billion euros invested during the year, two-thirds of which has been in the green economy. The new government has the mandate to implement genuine reforms, especially concession laws, as well as legislative and taxation procedures.”
The president and CEO of the Western NIS Enterprise Fund, Jaroslawa Johnson, said that “this time the Ukrainian House included two venues – one public for discussions and evening receptions, where the meeting of the National Council was held, and the second for bilateral and other meetings, which was used by President Zelenskyy and Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk.”
The meetings that took place at the World Economic Forum in Davos demonstrated that Ukraine enjoys investors’ support, President Zelenskyy emphasized, according to the official website of the Presidential Office. “We enjoy this support. We are treated very differently; we are trusted. It is necessary to open up Ukraine, to dismiss such words as ‘corruption,’ ‘outdated,’ references to old business groups or political influence,” the president said in a comment to the media.
Mr. Zelenskyy noted that he had held important meetings in the framework of the World Economic Forum. “This is not the first time I invite investors. We prepare programs for them. These are not just words,” he emphasized. Mr. Zelenskyy also stressed the importance of Ukraine House Davos. “It seems to me that it should be expanded, we must distinguish ourselves. If you want them to come to you, you should talk to investors constantly,” the President commented.
According to Lenna Koszarny, founding partner and CEO of Horizon Capital, this year, the interest in Ukraine at the World Economic Forum had significantly grown, which was confirmed by the fact that the Ukrainian president’s speech was in the main program of the forum for the second time in history. (President Viktor Yushchenko’s speech in 2005 was the first.) “If earlier we used to run after investors, now they themselves are interested in Ukraine,” she pointed out.
For the final installment of the weeklong event, Ukraine House hosted a panel to showcase the success stories of Ukraine’s next generation of leaders and entrepreneurs. Titled “Young Generation Changes Ukraine; Stories of New Ukraine,” the event was sponsored by the Bohdan Hawrylyshyn Family Foundation (BHFF) with Christine Hawrylyshyn-Batruch, senior strategic advisor to Lundin Petroleum, as moderator. Among participants were young Ukrainians who are making changes in the political, economic, public and media spheres; Uliana Avtonomova, coordinator of EO Business Incubator; Solomiia Bobrovska, national deputy of the Verkhovna Rada, deputy head of the Ukrainian delegation to the NATO Parliamentary Assembly; Taras Prokopyshyn, co-founder and CEO at The Ukrainians Media; and Roman Tymotsko, Ukrainian youth delegate to the United Nations 2019-2020. They are united by the fact that they are all graduates of programs initiated by the late Dr. Hawrylyshyn, who co-founded the World Economic Forum in Davos.24)
WEF Board of Trustees
Herman Gref - CEO and Chairman of the Board, Sberbank
1990, diploma in Jurisprudence, Faculty of Law, Omsk State Univ. 1997-98, Vice-Governor and Chairman, City Property Committee, Mayor's Office, St Petersburg. 1998-2000, First Deputy Minister, Ministry of State Property of Russia. 2000-07, Minister for Economic Development and Trade of Russia. Since 2007, Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of the Executive Board, Sberbank. Member, boards and supervisory boards of joint stock corporations and companies. Member of the Board of Trustees, World Economic Forum. Awards and honours; Citation and Certificate of Honour from the Russian President; Order for Distinguished Service, Grade IV; Stolypin Medal; Officer of the Legion of Honour.25) Bloomberg bio net worth etc26)
L. Rafael Reif - MIT
Seventeenth President of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT; has fostered the growth of MIT’s non-profit online platform, edX, and helped MIT pioneer the role that online learning and credentials will play in the future of higher education. Created the MIT Innovation Initiative; established the Environmental Solutions Initiative, the Abdul Latif Jameel World Education Laboratory, the Abdul Latif Jameel World Water and Food Security Lab, and the Abdul Latif Jameel Clinic for Machine Learning in Health; issued the MIT Plan for Action on Climate Change; and launched The Engine, a specialized “tough tech” accelerator.
Other key priorities include the Kendall Square Initiative, a redevelopment plan powered by MIT; the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab; the MIT Quest for Intelligence; the Task Force on the Work of the Future; and the MIT Stephen A. Schwarzman College of Computing. Wrote an op-ed in the New York Times about U.S. technology leadership and the emergence of China. Has been a member of the MIT faculty since 1980. Elected Member, American Academy of Arts and Sciences and NAE. Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Member of the Board of Trustees, World Economic Forum.27)
Chrystia Freeland - Canada
Born in Peace River, Alberta, Canada began her career as a Ukraine-based stringer, and went on to hold senior positions at the Globe and Mail, the Financial Times, and Thomson Reuters. She was first elected as a Member of Parliament in November 2013, was appointed International Trade Minister in November 2015 and Minister of Foreign Affairs in January 2017. Ms. Freeland speaks Russian, Ukrainian, Italian, French, and English. Member of the Board of Trustees of the World Economic Forum. 28)
Trudeau’s Deputy PM Chrystia Freeland Drops Bomb: Emergency Powers Are PERMANENT
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s deputy, Chrystia Freeland, who is also a director of Klaus Schwab’s World Economic Forum, told a press conference that she plans to make many of the Trudeau government’s newly enacted emergency powers permanent.
“In terms of the financial instruments which our government is using right to act against these illegal blockades and illegal occupation, we reviewed very, very carefully the tools at the disposal of the federal government,” said Freeland.
“We used all the tools that we had prior to the invocation of the Emergencies Act and we determined we needed some additional tools.”
Then she let the cat out of the bag -
“Some of those tools we will be putting forward measures to put those measures permanently in place.“ 29)
Current Governor of the Bank of England and Chairman of the G20's Financial Stability Board. He was previously the Governor of the Bank of Canada, and began his career at Goldman Sachs and the Canadian Department of Finance. Carney has been credited with shielding Canada from the worst effects of the late-2000s financial crisis, and has earned recognition by the Financial Times and Time magazine as a top figure in the financial world. Canadian by birth, Carney is also a citizen of Ireland and the U.K. WEF bio 30)
Mark Carney Great Reset Agenda
When Mark Carney stepped down from the position of Governor of the Bank of Canada in 2013 to become the first non-British Governor of the Bank of England since the private central bank was created in 1694, it was made clearly known that this Oxford-trained Canadian technocrat had been vetted by some very high level powers.
After training for years as a Goldman Sachs investment banker where his activities helped fuel the bubble that nearly brought down the world economy in 2008, Carney was brought into the Governorship of the Bank of Canada to take on the role as the clean, conservative-minded Canadian central banker navigating through the chaos which his former employer helped create. It was at this time that Carney became a member of the Rockefeller Foundation’s Group of 30, Foundation board member of the World Economic Forum and leading participant at Bilderberg and Davos events. While still Bank of Canada governor, Carney was handed the keys to the BIS’s Financial Stability Board (FSB) by fellow Goldman Sachs man Mario Draghi in 2011 where he managed global derivates regulation (aka: fuse of the international weapon of mass financial destruction now bursting at the seams).
After serving seven years as Governor of the Bank of England (2013- March 2020) the world economic system has been stretched to its limits and the oncoming collapse has been accelerated by a global pandemic.
Now, after 7 years in the City of London, Carney is returning back to his home country.
On August 10th, it was first announced that Mark Carney (aka: the eco warrior of bankers) will be running a task force to restart the economy (titled the “Canadian Pandemic Recovery Plan”) which will attempt to aggressively put into motion those Green New Deal reforms laid out during the World Economic Forum’s “Great Reset” summit of July 14, 2020. 31)
=== Parliament Shuts Down Questions of WEF as Disinformation === 32)
2019 New Board of Directors
Geneva, Switzerland, 22 August 201933)
Laurence D. Fink, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of BlackRock, and Feike Sybesma, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Managing Board for Royal DSM, will join the Board of Trustees of the World Economic Forum. Both have a track record of thought leadership and long-term success in business that will strengthen the Forum’s platform for public-private cooperation.
Laurence D. Fink co-founded BlackRock Inc. in 1988 and serves as its Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. In addition, he serves as a member of the Board of Trustees of New York University (NYU) and is Co-Chairman of the NYU Langone Medical Center Board of Trustees. He also serves on the boards of the Museum of Modern Art and the Council on Foreign Relations, among other positions. Fink earned an MBA with a concentration in real estate from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in 1976 and a BA in political science from UCLA in 1974. He is well known for writing an annual letter to CEOs calling on business leaders to focus on sustainable, long-term value. He is a member of the Forum’s International Business Council.
Feike Sybesma has served as Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Managing Board at Royal DSM since 2007. He is also a Member of the Supervisory Board for De Nederlandsche Bank (central bank of the Netherlands) and a Climate Leader for World Bank Group, among other positions. He studied medical biology at the University of Utrecht and business administration at Erasmus University. He is also Non-Executive Board Member at Unilever (PLC & NV). He has actively called on boards of directors and global leaders to take action to combat climate change. He is a member of the Forum’s International Business Council.
“The World Economic Forum, as the International Organization for Public-Private Cooperation, is delighted to welcome Larry Fink and Feike Sybesma to its Board of Trustees, further enhancing our ability to deliver positive, transformative solutions to our most critical global, regional and industry challenges,” said Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum.
As of 22 August 2019, the members of the Board of Trustees of the World Economic Forum are;
- Mukesh AMBANI, Chairman and Managing Director, Reliance Industries, India
- Marc BENIOFF, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Salesforce, USA
- Peter BRABECK-LETMATHE, Vice-Chairman, Board of Trustees, World Economic Forum; Chairman of the Board, Nestlé SA, Switzerland
- Mark CARNEY, Chairman, Financial Stability Board; Governor of the Bank of England
- Laurence D. FINK, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, BlackRock, Inc.
- Chrystia FREELAND, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Canada
- Orit GADIESH, Chairman, Bain & Company, USA
- Fabiola GIANOTTI, Director-General, European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), Geneva
- Al GORE, Vice-President of the United States (1993-2001); Chairman and Co-Founder, Generation Investment Management, USA
- Herman GREF, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, Sberbank, Russian Federation
- Angel GURRÍA, Secretary-General, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Paris
- André HOFFMANN, Vice-Chairman, Roche Holding Ltd., Switzerland
- Christine LAGARDE, Managing Director, International Monetary Fund (IMF), Washington DC
- Ursula von der LEYEN, President-elect, European Commission, Brussels
- Jack MA, Executive Chairman, Alibaba Group, People’s Republic of China
- Yo-Yo MA, Cellist
- Peter MAURER, President, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), Switzerland
- Min ZHU, Deputy Managing Director, International Monetary Fund (2011-2016)
- Luis MORENO, President, Inter-American Development Bank, Washington DC
- H.M. Queen Rania AL ABDULLAH of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
- L. Rafael REIF, President, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA
- David M. RUBENSTEIN, Co-Founder and Co-Executive Chairman, Carlyle Group, USA
- Klaus SCHWAB, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, World Economic Forum
- Tharman SHANMUGARATNAM, Senior Minister and Coordinating Minister for Social Policies of Singapore
- Jim Hagemann SNABE, Member of the Board, SAP AG, Siemens AG, Allianz SE, Germany
- Feike SYBESMA, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Managing Board, Royal DSM
- Heizo TAKENAKA, Minister of State for Economic and Fiscal Policy of Japan (2002-2006)
The World Economic Forum, committed to improving the state of the world, is the International Organization for Public-Private Cooperation. The Forum engages the foremost political, business and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas. (www.weforum.org)
World Economic Forum "Davos Man"
Davos Man, his World Economic Forum, and his Servants Who are the ones trained to serve the self-appointed globalist overlords?
Substack - May 5, 2022 - Robert W Malone MD, MS
First, “who are they?” The current 100 WEF full members (“Strategic Partners”) are drawn from the largest corporations in the world, together with their owners and managers (referred to as “Davos Man”). The list of corporations, owners and managers who control the WEF is not disclosed and membership can only be inferred indirectly. However, the WEF members do not act alone, but have developed various groups of globally distributed trainees who generally act in accordance with the detailed policies and positions developed and distributed by WEF leadership. In general, these training programs have been operating for over three decades, resulting in placement, distribution and rapid advancement of many thousands of WEF-trained operatives throughout the world. WEF chairman Klaus Schwab has famously claimed that these operatives have been strategically inserted into key positions in various governments, as well as influential spots in key industries such as media, finance, and technology.
“Davos Man” is a term coined by former Harvard University Director of the Center for International Affairs Professor Dr. Samuel Huntington (1927-2008) to define an emerging group of economic elites who are members of a social caste which has “little need for national loyalty, view national boundaries as obstacles that are thankfully vanishing, and see national governments as residues from the past whose only useful function is to facilitate the elite’s global operations.” The title of his prescient 2004 article published in The National Interest is “Dead Souls: The Denationalization of the American Elite”.
The Malone Institute (primarily Dr. Jill Glasspool-Malone and Anita Hasbury-Snogles), in collaboration with the Pharos foundation and Pharos Media Productions in Sweden, has invested months of time and hundreds of labor hours to mine existing and historic publicly available data sources to develop a detailed summary of graduates from two WEF training programs; the World Economic Forum's Global Leaders of Tomorrow (a one-year program that ran from 1993 to 2003) and Young Global Leaders (a five-year program started 2004/2005 and still running). Pharos foundations’ summary can be found here. These people have been intentionally and internationally deployed as foreign agents representing the interests of the WEF members to “penetrate the global cabinets of countries” as well as a wide range of key business sectors including banking/finance, other business sectors (including health and biotechnology), academia and health, media, technology, logistics, arts and culture, sports, politics and government, think tanks, telecommunications, real estate, financial investment/holding companies, a variety of non-governmental organizations, energy, aerospace and military, food and agriculture.