It’s almost time for the annual Davos boondoggle where the world’s richest and most powerful financiers, politicians, artists and celebrities fly in on their private jets while surrounding by bodyguards and sit down (before partying among ultra exclusive DJs) to discuss the world’s ills (which they created) such as the omni-present “global warming” (the type which apparently ignores the carbon emissions from private jets) and which can only be solved by paying a major bank (say Goldman Sachs) billions in carbon credit commissions, not to mention social upheaval and populist anger (the type which bodyguards are so skilled at neutralizing) and where not surprisingly nationalism once again ranks as the biggest
threat risk to attempts to impose a globalist world order.
In other words, it is “A Reunion For People Who Broke The World” where a hotdog back in 2015 cost 38 Swiss Francs.
Which incidentally may have something to do with the reason why populism and nationalism remain the biggest fears for the world’s “globalist” elite. Well, that and the fact that as Bloomberg notes, said elite is “richer than ever.”