"A place where billionaires tell millionaires how the middle class feels."
That's how JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon reportedly explained what takes place at the Davos World Economic Forum in Switzerland every year.
The global elitists are meeting again this week to decide how best to control the working class around the world. The richest figures meet and share ideas on climate change, public health, the global economy, and politics. The attendee list was leaked Monday afternoon by The Dossier and includes major critics of the self-governing Convention of States movement, including Soros-connected individuals.
"Under the theme of 'Cooperation in a Fragmented World', we'll look at how we can tackle the numerous and interlinked challenges the world is facing and find solutions through public-private cooperation," the WEF website reads. "The Forum engages the foremost political, business, cultural and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas."
The wealthy can fix the rest of our problems, the entire event proclaims, and solutions may entail taking freedom from the individual. The event appears to be an opportunity to take advantage of a weakened world.
A large focus is on human harm to the environment and climate change. Davos offers a chance to expedite climate and funding plans, which can be seen as comical as a new study found private jet emissions quadrupled during Davos 2022 as billionaires traveled solo to the affluent ski town.
To ensure top-notch security, up to 5,000 soldiers from the Swiss army are being deployed for the event that's expecting around 3,000 participants. It's exclusive and only those who can both afford the high-buck entrance fees and gain enough distinction to be authorized are permitted to attend.
Some of the biggest global companies with a presence at the event include Alphabet, Amazon, AstraZencea, BlackRock, JP Morgan, Meta, Pfizer and Salesforce. Media heads from the Associated Press, the Washington Post and the Wall Street Journal are also in attendance. A delegation of officials has been sent by the U.S. government, including many from the Biden administration:
Labor Secretary Marty Walsh, National Intelligence Director Avril Haines, U.S. Trade Representative Ambassador Katherine Tai, FBI Director Christopher Wray, U.S. Agency for International Development Administrator Samantha Power, and Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry.
Some curious U.S. lawmakers who attended a private luncheon with CEOs in Davos on Monday include Sens. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., Chris Coons, D-Del., Kyrsten Sinema, I-Ariz. and a few members of the House of Representatives, reported CNBC. Republican Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp is also in attendance.
For all the public knows, American sovereignty could easily be traded for international affairs and back-door agreements. While the elite group meets in private, our mainstream media calls anyone who questions the intentions of the event "conspiracy theorists."
"As elites arrive in Davos for the World Economic Forum, conspiracy theories thrive online," the Associated Press wrote in a narrative-driven report.
Over and over again American priorities are traded for ulterior agendas at United Nations gatherings, World Health Organization meetings, and the WHO's Intergovernmental Negotiating Body – organized to draft a legally binding pandemic contract.
How much would we save if we didn't bend to international organizations that take our money and our sovereignty?
The U.S. is the largest donor to the U.N., offering up $11 billion in 2020. America is a giant financial backer, which is humorous considering we lead the world with the highest national debt. Financial responsibility is nonexistent.
Private, international gatherings exclusive to political elitists should not be a focus of elected representatives who are seemingly working for Americans. Transparency has been replaced by corporate deals that enrich the already rich. Not to mention the huge expense these affairs are to the American public.
We are left to fend for ourselves. Too many politicians are willing to sell themselves out for money, fame, and exclusivity, all while promoting inclusivity. The public is told what to think and how to live, yet the richest and most powerful people in the world would never abide by their own guidelines.
Convention of States believes in the U.S Constitution. We believe in self-governance and individual freedom. This is why we're using Article V of the Constitution to call for a Convention of States to save our great nation.
It's going to take term limits, budget requirements and limits to the federal government's overall power to stop the Washington fakes from selling out America.
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