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‘You cannot pin THIS one on me!’

It’s that time again, the annual gathering of the selected and unchosen, discussing how best to proceed as a united globe at the World Economic Forum (WEF). (Not to be confused with other transparent hook-ups (Bilderberg, Trilateral Commission, Council of Foreign Relations, Club of Rome etc).

Their credo is that they are ‘committed to improving the state of the world by engaging business, political, academic, and other leaders of society to shape global, regional, and industry agendas’. Founder Karl Schwab puts it as ‘a platform for collaborative thinking and searching for solutions, not for making decisions’. Sans bullshit this means ‘how best to continue carving up the natural resources and maintaining the destabilisation that we as a cohort have met up for yonks to ensure happens’. In essence: how to turn the 1% controlling 85% of the planet’s wealth into 0.5% and beyond.

Another ganglords’ gathering. ‘What’s the cost? Who’s footing the bill? How did you get there, Al Gore? Flew? What from Germany? One rule for …’

Amongst the luminaries this year are Two-Bit White-towel tosser John Kerry, Black-Eyed Pea head honcho will.anthro.pissed, former European Commission President José Manuel Barroso (clearly there to express his dismay at the shipwreck he oversaw and how best to avert/create future crises), ‘esteemed’ CEOs, ‘learned’ academics and ‘global shapers’ (i.e. the next breed of agenda pushers) and most importantly, pal of paedophiles (present and posthumously) HRH Randy Andy York, acclaimed businessman and societal benefactor. That’s some pie they’re fighting for. ‘Is there enough for EVERYONE …?’

The facade brings to mind this line from ‘Top Secret’

Doctor Flamond: You see, a year ago, I was close to perfecting the first magnetic desalinization process so revolutionary, it was capable of removing the salt from over 500 million gallons of seawater a day. Do you realize what that could mean to the starving nations of the earth?

Nick Rivers: Wow. They’d have enough salt to last forever.

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