Skip to comments.Schwab promotes the merging of state and corporate power at Asian Summit
Posted on 09/09/2023 11:46:05 AM PDT by Roman_War_Criminal
Earlier this week, Klaus Schwab was given a platform at the ASEAN Summit, a meeting of Southeast Asian governments. He took the opportunity to promote the merging of state and corporate power. Why was the head of a non-governmental organisation which represents private corporate interests even there?
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (“ASEAN”) has ten Member States. As well as establishing “dialogue partners” with many other countries – including “comprehensive partnerships” with Australia, India and China – ASEAN has established partnerships with organisations such as the United Nations (“UN”) and UN Specialised Agencies.
The ASEAN Summit, which is held biannually, is the highest policy-making body in ASEAN comprising the Heads of States or Government of ASEAN Member States. It should raise eyebrows then that Klaus Schwab, who does not represent any country let alone a country in Southeast Asia, made an appearance at the latest Summit held in Indonesia.
The 43rd ASEAN Summit was held in Jakarta from 5 to 7 September 2023. On its website, the Summit is described as “bilateral meetings between the leaders of the attending countries.” Yet Schwab, who represents large corporations, muscled his way in
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7 hour video of the summit for those of you who wish to be entertained by our Luciferian leadership and the plans they have for us.
Klaus Schwab really thinks the World will be handed over to him , Pure Nazi
This is the very definition of Marxism…
That’s fascism, Jim...
otherwise known as
fascism lets corporate keep their profits
but they are tightly controlled
What corporate owners get out of fascism is a government-enforced monopoly. What the government gets out of it is complete control of production. What the people get out of it is screwed.
His father was a Nazi and owned a factory that used slave labor.
Hope this tidbit helps clear things up.
That's what Mussolini did, pretty much explicitly. As distinct from dismantling corporations the way the Communists did. The point either way is central planning.
It's also what seems to be "evolving" in the USA and mostly everywhere. Even Communist China went that way, approaching from the opposite direction.
So, Fascism. But don't call it that. Save that name for people like us.
The useful idiots in the US who are facilitating this will at some point not be useful any more. It won’t be pretty…
The merging of state and corporate power? It’s called fascism, and we are already well on the way. Krupp would feel vindicated.
And sadly government wants to collude with business, while business wants to be in bed with government. They have an affinity for one another and it actually takes policy makers, politicians and government senior buerocrats, a juridical system, true “watchdog media,” to prevent what is sort of a natural merging of power, but which is extremely dangerous.
The world would be so much better off without narcissistic wannabes.
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This is actually textbook fascism in which government “partners” with business. Marxism fully subsumes everything into the state.
That was tried already. It did not end well for a lot of people.
Yep, thanks for the correction.
Sadly the USA these days is becoming a textbook fascist state.
And Rollerball was supposed to be a sci-fi thriller
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