Klaus Schwab Tells World Leaders ‘End of Capitalism’ Is Here

World Economic Forum (WEF) founder Klaus Schwab has told global leaders that the “end of capitalism” has arrived and instructed governments to begin ushering in his “great reset” agenda.

Schwab called on governments around the world to begin merging with the unelected corporate elite to usher in the “era of talentism.”

He revealed that his vision of “talentism” involves unelected corporate elites ruling the world for the “benefit of humanity.”

Schwab made the comments during an address at the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit this week.

During the speech, he told government leaders that it is time to shift from “the era of capitalism to the era of talentism.”

The WEF founder argues that governments must embrace his globalist organization’s key stakeholders, including Big Pharma companies, and allow corporate elites to officially forge public policy.

During the speech in Indonesia, Schwab took the opportunity to detail his plans for the merging of state and corporate power, declaring the transition is for the benefit of all humanity.

However, the address from Schwab left many people asking why the head of a non-governmental organization, that represents private corporate interests, was delivering the keynote address at the event.

Schwab does not represent any country, let alone a nation in Southeast Asia.

On its website, the ASEAN Summit is described as “bilateral meetings between the leaders of the attending countries.”

Schwab, who represents large private corporations, was apparently the only exception to this rule.

As Australian politician Craig Kelly tweeted yesterday: “Why is Klaus holding court at the current ASEAN summit in Indonesia?


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“And why is Klaus also advocating for a merger of state and corporate power?”

Speaking at the summit, Schwab told government leaders that he is pushing, what he calls, “public-private cooperation.”

He continued by claiming that, with the fusion of corporation and state, the world will shift from “the era of capitalism to the era of talentism.”

Schwab explains that under his system, corporate elites will craft policies for sovereign countries to ensure that innovation becomes the “key competitive factor.”

He had already declared that his plans for merging corporations and states will mean that “governments still provide direction but business provides the innovative power.”

By Hunter Fielding
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Michael Foster
Michael Foster
7 months ago

Lock Schwab up in a large cell where he can be happy controlling the climate of his world without harming anyone else

7 months ago

Thank God
Now we can get back to family owned small business & sound money, GOLD & SILVER are mine sayith the LORD!!! AMEN

Al Johnson
Al Johnson
7 months ago

Time for the end of Schwab and all members of the WEF, but who will do it?

7 months ago

Schwaby miss-spelled again…. He meant totalitarianism….not talentism. States need to ignore this nozzi.

7 months ago
Reply to  Tom

No! Oligarchy , Rule by the few, often seen as having self-serving ends. Aristotle used the term pejoratively for unjust rule by bad men, contrasting oligarchy with rule by an aristocracy. Most classic oligarchies have resulted when governing elites were recruited exclusively from a ruling class, which tends to exercise power in its own interest. The term is considered outmoded today because “few” conveys no information about the nature of the ruling group.

7 months ago

Nuke Schwab at Davos in January and you wipe out all the fk’ers.

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