World Economic Forum Tells Corporations to Stick to the Script or Go Out of Business

COVID19 RESPONSE PLATFORM – This report is about the very backbone of the COVID19 Response Platform. It concerns the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) real agenda that is hidden behind the WEF’s ‘covid-19 response’.

In a recent article that he wrote, Klaus Schwabb, founder and chairman of the World Economic Forum, signals that the WEF is going to be the world’s sole economic authority (IF WE LET THEM GET AWAY WITH IT!) once this whole COVID-19 circus is over.

He tells, although not directly, corporations that are not a member of the WEF that they better get on board with the agenda that the WEF is pursuing… or they’ll be put out of business (by the WEF’s agenda). Again, he doesn’t say this directly. You have to first understand the bigger picture to be able to detect what is really going on and being said.

In his article, Schwabb praises corporations that obey the WEF’s agenda. He praises Unilever, Maersk, Microsoft and JUST Capital (confirmed WEF members). He praises Microsoft specifically for cooperating with Johns Hopkins University their “coronavirus tracker”. A tracker that has been proven to spread false and/or inaccurate information.

Microsoft, for example, ranked first in JUST Capital’s stakeholder companies ranking and is a collaborator in Johns Hopkins’ coronavirus tracker. It is also providing teachers with access and training for its Teams program to teach remotely.

He praises Unilever for donating $50 million to the WEF’s COVID-19 Action Platform.

Equally, Unilever, which has been a champion of the stakeholder model since Paul Polman’s tenure, on Monday announced an immediate donation of $50 million in soap to the COVID-19 Action Platform. The platform was set up in response to the global health emergency by the World Economic Forum and in partnership with the World Health Organization.

What comes next is where it becomes obvious what the purpose of his article is:

Both cases contrast with many well-known retail and food companies in the US, such as McDonald’s, Subway and Kroger, which have tens of thousands of employees without paid sick leave. It is a failure of both the government and the companies involved, which will lead to significant harm to livelihoods unless the government steps in.

He blames governments and companies like McDonalds, Subway and Kroger for the mess that we are in right now. Interestingly, these three companies are not WEF members. Just by pure coincidence, Schwabb selects random corporations that are officially not part of the WEF cartel. Everything is always a coincidence. Right? Perfectly normal. Right?

He ends his article with this, which pretty much serves as a warning for all corporations around the world that do not obey the WEF:

During these times and when this is all over, we must support such companies. They represent the economic model that will make us survive today and thrive again tomorrow.

“We must support such companies”, Schwabb states, (WEF members). Why? Because they help enforce the de facto world government its tyranny.


Question: Will 2020 be the year when the “franchise wars” start?

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