The World Economic Forum conference in Davos, Switzerland, includes a number of the major goals of the planet’s elite. Increasingly, these goals are in conflict with the interests of the American working class.
The global organization and its members are working toward common goals, which if implemented would cause undue hardship to the working class.
This year’s focus is on climate change. The same global leaders who declare carbon dioxide emissions a global threat are preparing for a number of measures that would inadvertently affect working people.
Perhaps the most crucial element missed in most media coverage of the Switzerland event was the discussion to transition from traditional agriculture to organic farming. This shift could lead to serious shortages of food and rising prices at a time of serious inflation.
This has been tried before. Sri Lanka attempted to shift its agricultural production from ways of agriculture practiced for thousands of years to less-reliable organic farming. The results have led to a collapse of the country’s economy and seriously risk a decline of civil society.
A government-created famine reminiscent of Mao. Climate fanaticism is dangerous.
“Sri Lanka…issued an overnight ban on all synthetic fertilizers and pesticides in a drive to promote “organic agriculture.”https://t.co/Co8eJYWHx9
— Rand Paul (@RandPaul) July 12, 2022
The efforts by members of the World Economic Forum will have a profound impact on the planet’s future. Since almost every country is involved with the forum, their influence is large and growing.
This is further shown through the plea of former Vice President Al Gore to the group of the influential elites on climate change. Many in the American government, past and present, have considerable ties to the forum.
American representatives to the Davos retreat include politicians of both parties and show the sheer scope of the forum’s reach. This includes former Secretary of State John Kerry, as well as Sen. Chris Coons (D-DE) and Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV).
Some Republicans attended, as well. The American delegation included Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) and Rep. Maria Salazar (R-FL).