Lessons from Davos

The annual WEF meeting in Davos has wrapped up and once again the self-appointed global elite have left us with some pearls of wisdom.  If it was not for the intellectual giants of the WEF I would have never known that Digital IDs make everything better;

Throughout the panel discussion, the underlying suggestion was that forcing mandatory “digital IDs” onto society is for “the greater good.”

Farmers are dangerous criminals;

“With human rights, mass murder and genocide are serious crimes, but there is no equivalent in the environmental space,” she said.

“Unlike an international crime like genocide that involves a specific intent, with ecocide, what we see is that people are trying to do is make money, is farm, is fish… and what’s missing is an awareness of the side effects and collateral damage that happens…”

Or that Trump somehow managed to be right about everything while making 30,000 false statements.

“President Trump; it’s been well written about, he had over 30,000 false or misleading claims in his four years as a president,” the moderator, Urs Gredig, asked.

I am not sure who kept the tally but thanks to the WEF I understand that allowing Trump to say things the WEF does not like is dangerous and we should not accept it even when it comes with lower taxes.

“I really hope that the World Economic Forum will take this issue on board and think harder about the role that the private sector can play in standing up against disinformation, even if they might like the fact that that politician would cut their taxes,” she said.

I don’t know about you but I am a little surprised that the world has been able to survive without digital IDs while farmers ran amok.  Even worse, while those criminal farmers were feeding everyone Trump was running around being right by saying misleading things; things like maybe feeding people is a good idea and we should appreciate those criminal farmers.  Talk about anarchy.

Not to worry though the WEF has already saved the planet by appointing themselves as trustees of the planet.  I don’t know how this works but I assume when the earth gets old enough it will be allowed to take care of itself.  This last point on who should control the world was not quite unanimous however.  While Klaus thought it was a shared responsibility among the people who paid to be part of his club, Tedros thought we should just leave it up to him.

Either way everyone agreed on this last point; Orange man bad, very bad.

Harari was asked during a new interview if he’s “concerned that Trump might be elected again.”

“I think it’s very likely,” Harari responded.

“And if it happens, it is likely to be the kind of – like – the death blow to what remains of the global order.

I guess I must also be very bad because I just don’t get it.  I don’t understand how killing the global order is a bad thing.  Maybe I am just not as smart as the people in Davos and I should be more grateful for their interference in my life.