Tucker Carlson calls out World Economic Forum elitists: they ‘think they are God’


“When once a Republic is corrupted, there is no possibility of remedying any of the growing evils but by removing the corruption and restoring its lost principles; every other correction is either useless or a new evil.” ~Thomas Jefferson

Important Takeaways:

  • Independent journalist Tucker Carlson has warned that members of the World Economic Forum (WEF) are “very dangerous” because they “think they are God.”
  • At the World Governments Summit (WGS) in Dubai, Carlson called out globalist elites.
  • According to Schwab, the WEF’s plans for the “new world” involve a “fusion between our physical, our digital, and our biological dimensions.”
  • Schwab declared that, once the scheme has been rolled out globally, a “new era” of “humanocracy” will be ushered in.
  • Referencing Schwab’s comments, Tucker then slammed those who believe that they are God and “can create a better human being through technology.”
  • He warned that transhumanists such as Schwab and his WEF allies, who think that “they are God,” are “very dangerous” and “will get a lot of people killed.”
  • “Wisdom grows from the recognition that you are not God,” he said.

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Media sharpening their knives after Trump wins Iowa primary


Important Takeaways:

  • WEF globalist Yuval Harari hints that Trump will get elected, but then what?
  • World Economic Forum adviser and globalist mouthpiece Yuval Harari has come out with some very interesting comments about Donald Trump.
  • Harari says he believes it is “very likely” that Trump will be elected in November and that such an occurrence would be the “death blow” to globalism.
  • Now, a mainstream corporate media outlet is openly announcing a plan to hogtie Trump’s second attempt at being president is already in motion.
  • Below is an excerpt from an article by Modernity News published Monday, January 15, 2024.
    • A former State Department official has warned that deep state insiders and elements of the military are planning to derail Trump’s presidency should he win the election.
    • On Sunday, NBC News reported that “a loose-knit network of public interest groups and lawmakers” are planning to use lawfare and other tactics to block Trump from exercising power on day one of his return to the Oval Office.
    • According to the article, these insiders will go all out “to foil any efforts to expand presidential power,” even if Trump has been given a mandate to do so by the American people.
    • And they are increasingly open about their plans.

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Pastor David Bowen says: It’s time to sound the Alarm; Perilous deception is coming


Important Takeaways:

  • It’s Time to Sound The Alarm: The World Is Being Set Up For A Perilous Deception
  • With that said, let me ask you three questions:
    • How much do we desire to make life easier?
    • What price are we willing to pay for speed and convenience?
    • Should technology be a cause of concern for a watchman?
  • Credit cards, smartphones, store shelves, clothing, and nail salons. What is the next innovation in wearable technology? How about the human body? The medical field has been a driving force behind this new renaissance, taking digital technology directly to the human body.
  • Digital Tattoos
    • A digital tattoo can allow medical professionals to monitor one’s blood sugar level or patient blood pressure.
    • Taking the possibilities of the digital tattoo further, the Motorola Corporation launched the digital tattoo for its Moto X handset. The digital tattoo sticker unlocks the smartphone without the need for a password. With this development, a digital tattoo has more potential than only medical purposes. A digital tattoo can be used for both good and evil. The concern is if our culture adapts and accepts the digital tattoo for everyday activities such as buying and selling, how far of a leap will it be to the open acceptance of the Mark of the Beast!?
  • Synthetic Biology
  • The World Economic Forum, in its book The Great Narrative for a Better Future, explains:
    • “We will re-engineer biological systems. We are at the dawn of the genetic revolution. We now understand how to rewrite the genetic code” (page 102). Rewriting the genetic code is what they call synthetic biology, and they say it delivers on its promise.
  • It’s time to sound the alarm! The world is being set up for a perilous deception.

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Klaus Schwab wants to reduce automobile ownership by 75% by 2050, the key is 15-minute cities

Daniel 7:23 “Thus he said: ‘As for the fourth beast, there shall be a fourth kingdom on earth, which shall be different from all the kingdoms, and it shall devour the whole earth, and trample it down, and break it to pieces.

Important Takeaways:

  • World Economic Forum Demands Private Car Ownership Reduction of 75 Percent
  • The World Economic Forum (WEF) is pushing to reduce private automobile ownership by 75 percent by 2050 to comply with the climate goals in the Paris Agreement. The public must embrace reducing the number of vehicles from 2.1 billion to 0.5 billion as well as walking and cycling, according to a recent report.
  • Electrification alone will not deliver the intended results, argues the WEF. Instead, “compact cities”– more commonly known as “15-minute cities,” in which daily necessities are within a 15-minute walk or bike journey from one’s home – are needed to cut CO2 emissions by 80 percent and save $5 trillion per year.
  • “Greater coordination and collaboration are needed both within government (e.g., in government departments or agencies) and between the public and private sectors, including with stakeholders such as utilities companies” in order to succeed, the report states.

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Is the World Economic Forum the beginning of World Government you’ve been warned about?

William Penn – “If we are not governed by God, then we will be Governed by a tyrant”

Important Takeaways:

  • The World Economic Forum’s ‘AI Enslavement’ is Coming for YOU!
  • The WEF is nothing new. Its foundations have been around at least since the time of Plato, when two and a half millennia ago the Greek philosopher proposed that the ideal city-state would be ruled by “philosopher kings.” Just as Plato surveyed the world and predictably concluded that people from his own vocation should logically govern everyone else, the World Economic Forum’s global “elites” have come to a strikingly similar determination…. to no-one’s surprise, those same “philosopher kings” have nominated themselves to do the ruling. How convenient.
  • Should [Klaus Schwab] and the WEF clan pull it off, they will do so by using technology to enfeeble, rather than empower, the human race. Already, people have become familiar with the new terms of their future enslavement. Central bank digital currencies will allow governments not only to track every citizen’s income and purchase history in real time but also to limit what a person may spend depending upon government-determined social credit scores, perceived infractions of the “common good,” or perhaps unfair possession of “systemic privilege.”
  • For government “narratives” not only to survive but also to dominate all dissenting opinion, government-allied platforms must tilt the scales of free speech in their favor
  • Should the World Economic Forum get its centralized Utopia, the “thingification” of the human race will be a giant step toward its eventual disposal

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WEF: To save Democracy gas prices need to be higher. Compliance must be enforced

Rev 6:6 NAS “And I heard something like a voice in the center of the four living creatures saying, “A quart of wheat for a denarius, and three quarts of barley for a denarius; and do not damage the oil and the wine.”

Important Takeaways:

  • World Economic Forum: Gas Prices Must Go Even Higher — to Save Democracy
  • Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has brought renewed focus on this economic weakness, the WEF says.
  • What is the answer for the U.S. and Europe? Pricing the alternatives to green energy out of the market. It says:
    • First, leading democracies should agree to end the underpricing of fossil fuels, which is the principal factor preventing a clean energy transition. The underpricing associated with producing and burning coal, oil and gas amounted to $5.9 trillion in economic costs in 2020. Nearly a quarter of these losses – $1.45 trillion – occurred in 48 major and smaller democracies.
    • The leading democracies of the G20 should collectively commit to phasing out cost and tax breaks for the production and consumption of fossil fuels. They should also phase in more efficient pricing of fossil fuels through taxes or tradable permits to cover the costs of local air pollution, global warming, and other economic damages.
  • The paper goes on to argue that compliance can and must be enforced.

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World Economic Forum founder Klaus Schwab calls for global governance to unite as one

Revelation 13:1-2.” I stood on the sand of the sea. And I saw a beast rising out of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns, with ten crowns on his horns, and blasphemous names on his heads. 2 The beast which I saw was like a leopard. His feet were like those of a bear, and his mouth like the mouth of a lion. The dragon gave him his power and his throne and great authority.

Important Takeaways:

  • Klaus Schwab Tells Global Leaders to Collaborate for World Governance
  • The time has come for world governments to unite as one and tackle global problems such as climate change, trade, and economic disruption without hindrance or delay, World Economic Forum (WEF) founder and executive chairman Klaus Schwab announced
  • Schwab, who called on policymakers for “a great reset” during the coronavirus pandemic, said the “Fourth Industrial Revolution” has arrived and enduring change is on the way. He outlined:
    • The impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution accelerates global change in a much more comprehensive and faster way than previous industrial revolutions. Despite all the challenges, we have to uphold the responsibility we have towards the next generation through collaborations on a national and a global level.
    • Our futures are intrinsically connected and that requires collaborative responses.
    • “The world has to overcome not only the damage done to our economies and our societies by COVID-19, it also has to confront the repercussions of a dangerous clash between major global powers,” Schwab went on to say during the session, Our World Today: Why Governments Need to Act Now.

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World’s richest 2,000 people hold more than poorest 4.6 billion combined: Oxfam

By George Obulutsa

NAIROBI (Reuters) – The world’s richest 2,153 people controlled more money than the poorest 4.6 billion combined in 2019, while unpaid or underpaid work by women and girls adds three times more to the global economy each year than the technology industry, Oxfam said on Monday.

The Nairobi-headquartered charity said in a report released ahead of the annual World Economic Forum of political and business leaders in Davos, Switzerland, that women around the world work 12.5 billion hours combined each day without pay or recognition.

In its “Time to Care” report, Oxfam said it estimated that unpaid care work by women added at least $10.8 trillion a year in value to the world economy – three times more than the tech industry.

“It is important for us to underscore that the hidden engine of the economy that we see is really the unpaid care work of women. And that needs to change,” Amitabh Behar, CEO of Oxfam India, told Reuters in an interview.

To highlight the level of inequality in the global economy, Behar cited the case of a woman called Buchu Devi in India who spends 16 to 17 hours a day doing work like fetching water after trekking 3km, cooking, preparing her children for school and working in a poorly paid job.

“And on the one hand you see the billionaires who are all assembling at Davos with their personal planes, personal jets, super rich lifestyles,” he said.

“This Buchu Devi is not one person. I in India encounter these women on a daily basis, and this is the story across the world. We need to change this, and certainly end this billionaire boom.”

Behar said that to remedy this, governments should make sure above all that the rich pay their taxes, which should then be used to pay for amenities such as clean water, healthcare and better quality schools.

“If you just look around the world, more than 30 countries are seeing protests. People are on the street and what are they saying? – That they are not to accept this inequality, they are not going to live with these kind of conditions,” he said.

(Reporting by George Obulutsa; Editing by Hugh Lawson)

Trump cancels planned Davos trip as shutdown drags on

FILE PHOTO: U.S. President Donald Trump delivers a televised address to the nation from his desk in the Oval Office about immigration and the southern U.S. border on the 18th day of a partial government shutdown at the White House in Washington, U.S., January 8, 2019. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday canceled a planned visit later this month to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, signaling he was prepared for the political showdown over the partial federal government shutdown to stretch into late January.

It was unclear whether the shutdown, now in its 20th day, would end before the start of the global economic meeting, which is scheduled for Jan. 22 to 25. Trump and congressional Democrats are in a battle over funding for the government and Trump’s long-promised wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.

“Because of the Democrats intransigence on Border Security and the great importance of Safety for our Nation, I am respectfully cancelling my very important trip to Davos, Switzerland for the World Economic Forum,” Trump wrote on Twitter.

The president had told reporters at the White House earlier on Thursday that he intended to speak at the forum but would not attend if the shutdown continued.

The cancellation quashes any opportunity for Trump to meet with other world leaders about economic issues, including trade.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told reporters after a briefing with lawmakers on Capitol Hill that he was talking with the White House about whether he would still make the trip to Switzerland.

“My guess is if we do continue it, it will be in a scaled-back version,” Mnuchin said.

The Trump administration is engaged in trade talks with the European Union and China, among others.

China and the United States have agreed to a 90-day pause in implementing tariffs in order to hammer out a trade deal.

China’s vice president, Wang Qishan, was expected to attend the Swiss meeting, but it was unclear whether any talks had been planned between him and Trump.

(Reporting by Steve Holland; Additional reporting by Makini Brice; Writing by Lisa Lambert and Susan Heavey; Editing by Bernadette Baum and Peter Cooney)

As leaders meet in Davos, emerging economies going downhill fast

DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) – More than a trillion dollars of investment flows has fled emerging markets over the past 18 months but the exodus may not even be halfway done, as once-booming economies appear trapped in a slow-bleeding cycle of weak growth and investment.

While developing economies are no stranger to financial crises, with several currency and debt cataclysms infecting all emerging markets in waves over recent decades, leaders gathering for this year’s World Economic Forum in Davos in the Swiss Alps are fearful that this episode is much harder to shake off.

Seeded by fears of tighter U.S. credit and a rising U.S. dollar, and coming alongside a secular slowdown of China’s economy and an implosion of the related commodity ‘supercycle’, there’s growing anxiety that there will be no sharp rebound at the end of this downturn to reward investors who braved out the worst moments.

“The global backdrop and the drivers for emerging markets are very different from 2001,” David Spegel, head of emerging markets at ICBC Standard Bank said, referring to the time Asia, Russia and Brazil were recovering from the crisis waves of the late-1990s.

“Back then all the stars were aligned for globalization and emerging markets benefited the most. This time around, we just don’t have those multiple catalysts.”

The chief catalyst in 2001 was of course China. Its entry to the World Trade Organisation unleashed a decade-long export and investment miracle that propelled its economy from sixth place globally, to the world’s second biggest.

Its ascent hauled up much of the developing world, from Latin American exporters of soy and steel to the Asian workshops which became part of its gigantic factory supply chain. But its slowdown is whacking these countries equally hard.

Exports from emerging markets – from Korean cars to Chilean copper – are declining year-on-year at the sharpest rate since the 2008-09 crisis, according to UBS.

Global trade in fact likely grew slower than the world economy for the fourth straight year in 2015, according to the WTO, a United Nations body. That contrasts with previous decades when commerce expanded at least twice as fast as world growth.

The gloomy conclusion some are reaching is that the China effect was possibly a once-in-a-lifetime shift, whose effects are now dissipating forever.

“Rather than expecting emerging markets to mean-revert toward the golden years of 2002-2007, there is a risk that in terms of trade, what we are reverting to is the environment of 1980s,” UBS strategist Manik Narain said.


One feature of the “golden years” was the extraordinary amount of capital that poured into the developing world; according to the Washington DC-based Institute of International Finance net inflows in 2001-2011 totaled nearly $3 trillion.

Some of this is starting to reverse as last year saw the first net capital outflow since 1988, a $540 billion loss, says the IIF which predicts more flight in 2016.

Other forecasters such as JPMorgan reckon nearly a trillion dollars have fled China alone since mid-2014; its central bank reserves alone declined more than $500 billion last year.

Redemptions from emerging stock and bond funds hit a record $60 billion last year, according to fund tracker EPFR Global.

IIF executive director Hung Tran says emerging markets’ problems are not just external. They must overcome a key homegrown issue – falling productivity.

Tran estimates productivity, which provides clues on future economic growth, is growing at just 0.9 percent a year across much of the developing world, a quarter the rate seen before 2007 and not far from richer countries’ 0.4 percent.

“Productivity advantage of EM countries, which is key for attracting capital flows and investment, has collapsed,” Tran said. “There is a cycle of diminishing returns on investment.”


There are some bright spots such as India and Mexico. But with China fears on the rise and Brazil and Russia in recession for the second straight year, investment returns across the sector are unlikely to recover soon, many fear.

Emerging stock market performance has lagged developed peers for five years now, and corporate earnings have shrunk for more than four years, Morgan Stanley has calculated.

This is the longest decline in the MSCI equity index’s history, MS says, noting the longest prior earnings recession in the asset class was after the 1997 crisis and lasted two years.

Richard House, head of EM debt at Standard Life Investments, notes the strengthening dollar is spooking investors in emerging currency bonds too.

“Fund performance hasn’t been good across the industry…Local market funds have been an outflow asset class for a while and that experience is going to impact people’s mindset going forward,” House said.

The fear of large-scale outflows is clearly on policymakers’ minds. To combat such an exodus, emerging economies may have to resort to radical measures such as coordinated securities market interventions, of the kind done in the West after 2008, Mexican central bank head Agustin Carstens has suggested

Ultimately though he said that to boost long-term growth, there was only one solution – tough economic reform.

(Reporting by Sujata Rao; Editing by Peter Graff)