A presentation at the World Government Summit (WGS) last week in Dubai, unveiled the conference organizers agenda for a Brave New World. Titled “Government in 2071 initiative" the plan was described as a roadmap for governments to interact with “citizens and stakeholders” in effecting dramatic changes in the way the world is governed and societies are organised. Drivers of these radical changes in the way we live will be Artificial Intelligence, robotics and climate change.
Convened from Feb. 13-15 under the slogan “Shaping Future Governments,” the WGS brought together around 25,000 political and business leaders, scientists, academics, mainstream media opinion makers and prostitutes to discuss how the future of the world may be shaped to the benefit of the wealthy elites and the detriment of ordinary citizens, in a format similar to that of the other recent jolly for the obscenely rich, the World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting at Davos Switzerland.
Arch globalist Klaus Schwab, addressing an audience of fellow psychopaths called for elites to come together globally in order to “master” advanced technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, robotics and The Internet of Things, warning that if the elites don’t act swiftly the world could “escape our power”.
It is the kind if insane rant his father's close friend Adolf Hitler was famous for but Schwab's audience love to hear such hyperbolic drivel. What surprises me more is that they seem to believe it.
Schwab pointed to “fourth industrial revolution technologies,” and stated “Who masters those technologies – in some way – will be the master of the world.”
'Our life in 10 years from now will be completely different, very much affected, & who masters [#4IR] technologies, in some way, will be the masters of the world': Klaus Schwab, World Government Summit 2023 #WorldGovSummit #WGS @WorldGovSummit pic.twitter.com/NhLahuT56D— Tim Hinchliffe (@TimHinchliffe) February 13, 2023
“Ten years from now we will be completely different,” Schwab said, adding “My deep concern is that [with] #4IR technologies, if we don’t work together on a global scale, if we do not formulate, shape together the necessary policies, they will escape our power to master those technologies.”
⭕️ Schwab’s tone has changed of recent. A deep panic is setting in that the world isn’t going to adhere to his WEF strategic map, that he won’t be able remake the world into a globalist utopia… pic.twitter.com/tD9caOWVjn— Patrick Henningsen (@21WIRE) February 14, 2023
Schwab is obsessed with AI and other advanced technologies and has previously predicted that “What the Fourth Industrial Revolution will lead to is a fusion of our physical, our digital, and our biological identities.”
Taking a very different line to world domination freak schwab, Tesla founder and Multi - Billionaire Elon Musk struck a warning note while giving brief brief remarks at the WGS, telling attendees to avoid excessive cooperation because it could pose an existential threat.
"I know this is called the 'World Government Summit,' but I think we should be a little bit concerned about actually becoming too much of a single world government," Musk said.
"If I may say, we want to avoid creating a civilizational risk by having — frankly, this might sound a little odd — too much cooperation between governments," the Tesla CEO added.
Citeing the fall of Rome, which took place in the 5th century, as an example of civilizational collapse, Musk explained, "While Rome was falling, Islam was rising, so you had a caliphate doing well while Rome was doing terribly. And that ended up being a source of preservation of knowledge and many scientific advancements."
"So I think we need to be a little conscious of being too much of a single civilization because if we are too much of a single civilization, then the whole thing may collapse," he continued.
Musk later quipped on Twitter that the World Government Summit "seemed like the right venue" to spread the message.
While Schwab and the infinitely more likeable nutcase Elon Musk offered competing visions of the future at the event, between them dominating media coverage, the WGS has issued its own set of dystopian predictions for the future in its “Government in 2071: Guidebook.”
The guidebook predicts that catastrophic climate change, mass migration, mass layoffs due to automation, ensuing social unrest, and the merging of humans and technology will define the next 50 years.
It presents this vision as the “best-case scenario” for 2071. Those of you likely to still be breathing in 50 years time should be afraid, be very afraid.