The World Economic Forum and its leader Klaus Schwab have certainly not been shy about their desire to “transform the world” via a “great reset” but now we have a better idea of which country
Schwab, who many suspect is calling the shots for a number of powerful nations throughout the world, appeared on a Chinese propaganda outlet and declared that China was a “role model” for other nations.
The man who founded the World Economic Forum announced that he has a tremendous amount of respect for the communist country’s achievements over the last 40 years – suggesting their style of doing things could be a blueprint for other countries.
“I think it’s a role model for many countries,” Schwab said calling it a “very attractive model for quite a number of countries.”
China does not allow its citizens to criticize leadership and freedom of religion is non-existent. Leader Xi Jinping closed all churches and ordered people to worship China instead of God. The communist nation has also put more than 1 million Uyghurs and other ethnic minorities into brutal detention camps.
The CCP also employs a social credit score through which the government determines whether or not your behavior is good enough to enjoy simple necessities like housing and food. They control people through this system, keeping them in line and following orders with the threat of not approving them for certain housing, ability to get a decent interest rate on a car or other loan, and even threatening to not allow them to get certain jobs.
Yet this is the model Schwab and his cohorts over at the World Economic Forum are pushing on the rest of the world?
Watch Schwab’s interview for yourself to see what he loves most about China.