Friday, May 20, 2022

Klaus Schwab: "Globalism Will Bring Salvation"

Print Friendly Version of this pagePrint Get a PDF version of this webpagePDF

Famine, floods, pestilence, drought, plague, war, and rumors of war. These are the key issues facing the world today and the invitation-only World Economic Forum (WEF) next week in Davos, Switzerland. It's just the place to find the answers by select globalist elites, according to WEF founder Klaus Schwab.

And he says, "Contrary voices will not be tolerated" because of the importance of the meeting. 

Of course, the Biden administration will be prominently seated at the table.

Be informed, not misled.

The great meet-up.

As you go to church this coming Sunday, world globalists will be flying into Davos in their private jets, to, in their minds, solve the problems of the world---including, of course, "climate change."

In an almost biblical style prediction, Schwab, the founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, told journalists ahead of the meeting, "The return of war, epidemics, and the climate crisis, all those disruptive forces have derailed the global recovery."

“Those issues," he said, "must be confronted in Davos, and the global food crisis, in particular, needs our immediate attention.”

About 2500 people are attending the invitation-only planning session.

Among those headlining the five-day forum are Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky, who will be addressing the summit virtually from Kyiv. Almost a dozen government officials from the war-torn country will actually attend Davos – the biggest high-ranking delegation to leave the country since Russia’s invasion in late February. 

No Russian officials or business leaders have been invited to this year’s event.

Other prominent people attending include German chancellor Olaf Scholz, US climate envoy John Kerry, Nato secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg and European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen. There are also 50 other heads of state and government, including 43 finance ministers and 27 trade and commerce ministers. 

Schwab's pitch for globalism is not suttle. He told the press, “In a world which is becoming more fragmented, more divided, and where many of the traditional multilateral organizations tend to become dysfunctional, or at least mistrustful, a global platform based on informal, trust-faced and action-oriented co-operation will be ever more relevant, more important than before.” 

He has also warned that anyone who sought to trivialize the event or hijack its key messages, including the often-mentioned "Great Reset," will be treated with contempt.

Contrary voices will not be tolerated, he warned.

He says, “The atmosphere in which Davos takes place will be welcoming. But it is also of utmost seriousness,” he confided. “So, there’s no place for the frivolous fringe that seeks to distract and divert attention."

“And I condemn it wholeheartedly, particularly of those who have nothing to do with the World Economic Forum, community, and just come to Davos to hijack our brand,” he says.

Spoken like a true globalist, he claims world conditions demand globalism as a "salvation" for the out-of-control world conditions. 

Many believe him, including too many in our own current government.

And he promises that anyone who disagrees distracts, or diverts his claims and his solutions will be shunned, dismissed, and condemned.

I notice that Alok Sharma, the president of Cop26 will be participating. 

Cop26 is, in diplomatic parlance, “the parties” which refers to the 197 nations that agreed to a new environmental pact through the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

Last November the New York Times explained, with the intent, in my opinion, to help get everybody on board with the religious-style climate movement.

The NYT said:

The global climate summit wrapping up in Glasgow is known as COP26, with COP standing for Conference of the Parties. In diplomatic parlance, “the parties” refers to the 197 nations that agreed to a new environmental pact, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, at a meeting in 1992.

That year, the United States and other countries ratified the treaty, which aims to combat “dangerous human interference with the climate system” and stabilize levels of greenhouse gas emissions in the atmosphere. This is the 26th time countries have gathered under the convention. Hence, COP26.

The Times then dives deeper identifying words and phrases that are being bandied about as leaders try to agree on the final wording of an agreement. 

They then pivot to a rather lengthy attempt to indoctrinate anyone who happens to be uninformed. 

The WEF and others have not yet successfully been able to piece together a universal, global "cause" that can successfully be used to bind the people of the world together as one, until now.

"Climate Crisis," initially known as "Global Warming"---then "Climate Change" and now "Climate Crisis" has been the best tool so far because it goes beyond the mere global transfer of wealth that Karl Marx and his friends called for, and failed.

A crisis that predicts the end of the human race and life as we've known it, due to warming temperatures, with the opportunity to save ourselves if we do what we're told, is attractive to those who need to be saved, and to those who promise salvation.

It creates the greatest forced transfer of wealth in the history of the world. And it enriches the corrupt leaders in the third world, or developing countries---and empowers the rich who lead the parade in their private jets.

A time for globalism

God has frowned on globalism from the beginning. Genesis 11 tells the story of man's first attempt at creating a global village or community. Nimrod and his friends failed miserably because he was out of step with God's plan.

The Bible predicts a time when a "one world order" will emerge.

“And they worshipped the dragon which gave power unto the beast: and they worshipped the beast, saying, Who is like unto the beast? Who is able to make war with him? ... And it was given unto him to make war with the saints, and to overcome them: and power was given him over all kindreds, and tongues, and nations” (Revelation 13:4,7).

According to the Bible, globalism is part of a chilling plan by Satan for a sinister empire of worldwide evil. His objective is to obtain total world control and enforce universal worship of himself.

Satan's world order will include a one-world monetary system, a one-world government, and a one-world religion.

God’s plan for the world at the present time is to have the administration of human affairs by sovereign independent nations. One who opposes globalism is not a racist, as some preachers now claim. 

Until recently patriotism was taught in the public school classroom. Now it is condemned from many pulpits. 

Today's globalist movement is based on rejecting the claims of Jesus Christ, disobedience to the Bible, and rebellion against Almighty God Himself. 


The good news is that the approaching one world order will be brief. It will be replaced by another coming global administration that Bible believers look forward to and plan to participate in. Jesus Christ promised to destroy the antichrist and establish a worldwide and lasting kingdom at His Second Coming.

The promises of a utopia without God are lies.

The real answer to the problems of mankind is a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and the promise it brings of a place in His eternal kingdom.

Be Informed. Be Engaged. Be Discerning. Be Hopeful. Be Prayerful.