One has to wonder. Is the 2023 DAVOS meeting just a place holder, made up of “B” listers just there to have a physical presence in the MOUNTAINS for the Magic Workings? Are the main characters meeting secretly in MUNICH? What EXACTLY are they planning there? WORLD WAR III?
One thing we know for certain about the folks at DAVOS is that the thing they prize most is secrecy. They guard it with all they have, spending ghastly amounts to keep their attendees and the subject of their meetings private, protected and privileged. No matter what you think you know about what goes on there, you do not have a clue. Whatever they allow you to know is very carefully selected. The real grit of what they do there is NEVER DISCLOSED.
The elite love that we peons can’t really do anything but speculate. Even when the announce their meetings, and reveal their attendees (which is unheard of prior to this year.) they still leave us with no real concrete evidence of what is being decided or how they plan to execute their agenda.
They are so confident in their grip on power that they don’t really care what we think or feel or how their decisions affect us. They have a plan, a master plan for the WORLD. They control who sits in places of power and they determine policy. If you doubt that, than you need to do some research. They think they CONTROL the WORLD, and for now they do for all intents and purposes.
However, I KNOW who is REALY IN CONTROL. NOTHING HAPPENS that he does not allow. So, we don’t really have to worry about what they are doing, but we should do our due diligence to uncover the truth and expose the lies. We need to awake, aware and prepared. DO ALL THAT WE CAN TO STAND, and then STAND and witness the power of GOD.
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Are they having a private meeting somewhere else?
This reminds me of the passengers who canceled their trips on the Titanic at the last minute, and the lucky billionaire leaseholder who didn’t show up to work in their office at the top of one of the towers on 9/11.
Yesterday, it was Soros and Schwab…
‘Unavoidable schedule conflict.’ For your brainchild. That happens every year at the same place. Riiiiiight…
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SO, the Hotel where they hold there Munich Security Conference is called the BAVARIAN PLAYGROUND!
- How to maintain adherence to rules-based international order in the wake of the Ukrainian war,
- Looking beyond its transatlantic-related issues, emphasising diverse perspectives from the Global South,
- It will allow the German Federal Government to present and discuss its new National Security Strategy. Source
MSC Youth Hub
The MSC Youth Hub is co-hosted by the Munich Security Conference and the Amerikahaus Munich. Youth Hub events are open to the general public as well as MSC participants and observers, and take place at the Amerikahaus (Karolinenplatz 3, 80333 Munich). More information can be found on the website of the Amerikahaus.
One year after the “Zeitenwende”
Zeitenwende – Wiktionary
Russia’s full-blown invasion of Ukraine, launched a few days after the MSC 2022, has been widely perceived as a watershed moment or “Zeitenwende”. The brutal war has not only led to enormous suffering in Ukraine, but has also exacerbated crises in other parts of the world. What does the world look like a year after the beginning of the invasion? Is the war an indicator of a more violent world, in which impunity prevails, the strong do what they can, and the weak suffer what they must? Or can it be a catalyst for a global recommitment to a rules-based international order? These and other questions will be at the center of the discussions in Munich.
Launch of the Munich Security Report (MSR)
The new Munich Security Report (MSR) will be presented just days ahead of the MSC 2023 on February 13 at the Federal Press Conference (Schiffbauerdamm 40, 10117 Berlin). The launch will take place between 10 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. and can be followed via live-stream on our website. The MSC Chairman Ambassador Christoph Heusgen and Tobias Bunde, our Director of Research & Policy, will present this year’s MSR which will again serve as the basis for discussion at the conference in Munich and contains exclusive data and visualizations on current security policy issues. SOURCE
Ukraine must win. Russia must lose. It’s really that simple.
So, Let’s first stipulate that you agree with that end goal, as has everyone from U.S. President Joe Biden and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.
To embrace anything less would be immoral, set a historical precedent with catastrophic costs, and unravel what remains of our fraying international order of rules and institutions.
President Biden laid out the argument clearly in his New York Times op-ed this week. His words should be read closely by all members of his administration and NATO allies who are still acting too tentatively in providing Ukraine the weaponry, and the freedom of action in using it, to ensure Ukraine’s victory.
“Standing by Ukraine in its hour of need is not just the right thing to do,” wrote President Biden. “It is in our vital national interests to ensure a peaceful and stable Europe and to make clear that might does not make right. If Russia does not pay a heavy price for its actions, it will send a message to other would-be aggressors that they too can seize territory and subjugate countries… And it would mark the end of the rules-based international order and open the door to aggression elsewhere, with catastrophic consequences the world over.”
In short, we must stop Russian President Vladimir Putin now to ensure the rule-of-the-jungle doesn’t replace the rule-of-law.
Addressing top level managers and executives from the private and public sectors, the Munich Cyber Security Conference (MCSC) offers a unique space for exchanging and discussing solutions to the manifold challenges in information and cyber security. Focusing on the role and responsibility of decision-makers, the conference emphasizes effective strategies and agile management concepts to deal with the current threat landscape and also provides insight into the future evolution of cyber security policies.
Taking place at the Chamber of Commerce Munich (IHK), the event will once again bring together top-level industry management with leading figures from academia and politics to connect, debate, and share insights in driving cyber security to the next level.
About Munich Leaders Meetings
Munich Leaders Meetings (formerly “Core Group Meetings”) bring together an exclusive group of up to 50 high-level participants to discuss current foreign and security policy challenges with particular emphasis on a specific regional context. Meetings take place once or twice a year in different capitals around the world. With debates being held off-the-record and/or under Chatham House rule with a limited group of participants, Munich Leaders Meetings enable an open and interactive exchange between high-level decision-makers and senior experts from around the globe.
Munich Leaders Meeting in Washington, D.C. (2022)
From May 9 to 11, 2022, the Munich Security Conference (MSC) hosted a Munich Leaders Meeting (MLM) in Washington, D.C., that brought together around 80 senior decision-makers and experts from governments, parliaments, armed forces, business, and research institutions from both sides of the Atlantic. The MLM charged participants with taking stock of where they stand at the “Zeitenwende,” which presents the world with a wave of mutually reinforcing crises, and articulating ways to shape the short- and long-term future.
Following the Russian invasion of Ukraine about two months prior to the event, transatlantic partners showed remarkable unity. Building on this transatlantic momentum, the discussions at the Munich Leaders Meeting in Washington, D.C., highlighted the need to develop joint responses to the “Zeitenwende.”
The Munich Security Brief “Building a Transatlantic To-Do List” summarizes the results of the debates.
Dec 21, 2022 A new Munich Security Brief summarizes the discussions of the Munich Leaders Meeting (MLM) held in Bucharest from November 27 to 29. The discussions placed the Black… News 59th Munich Security Conference to Take Place on February 17 to 19, 2023
Though it is possible they are attending a Munich Leaders Meeting, it would have to be a secret one, because as you see, their next official meeting is also next month.
It is possible they called an emergency meeting. Perhaps to discuss the “EU war economy”?
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The EU must drastically increase the production of ammunition and heavy weapons if it wants to help Ukraine succeed in the conflict with Russia, said Wolfgang Ischinger, former chairman of the Munich Security Conference.
According to the former head of the Munich Security Conference, Wolfgang Ischinger, the production of ammunition and heavy weapons in the EU must be drastically increased if Ukraine is to continue its conflict with Russia.
He warned that if Kiev’s supporters don’t transform their economy, they will run out of supplies.
In an interview with Die Welt, Ischinger said on Saturday:
“There are many indications that this war is far from over. That’s why we have to plan for the long term. (…) All the military experts I know say that stocks of old Soviet weapons and the corresponding ammunition are running out.”
According to Ischinger, the delivery and supply of heavy weapons such as tanks, missiles, air defense systems and drones to Ukraine should be “controlled and coordinated” by the EU and the governments of the individual member states.
He added that regular meetings of Western countries supporting Kyiv with weapons and military equipment at the US Ramstein Air Base in Germany are not enough.
‘They are certainly very helpful, but we need political prioritization to give industry the necessary specifications,’ he said.
Moscow has repeatedly called on the collective West to stop supplying arms to Ukraine, saying that this will only prolong hostilities and the suffering of the Ukrainian people, but will not change the outcome of the conflict.
From 2008 to 2022, Ischinger had chaired the Munich Security Conference, the largest annual multinational security event of its kind.
The conference was the platform where Russian President Vladimir Putin first voiced his concerns about NATO’s eastward expansion in 2007, warning that a unipolar model was not only “unacceptable but downright impossible” for the modern world.
As a supporter of an even stronger militarization of Europe, Ischinger had previously been involved in the unrest in Ukraine.
In early 2014, he was appointed by the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) as their representative. In this function, he was supposed to initiate a “dialogue” in Ukraine after the Maidan coup that overthrew the democratically elected President Viktor Yanukovych and ushered in years of conflict in the east of the country.
Russia sent troops to Ukraine on February 24, 2022, citing non-compliance with the Minsk agreements that were supposed to give Donetsk and Lugansk a special status within the Ukrainian state.
The protocols brokered by Germany and France were first signed in 2014. Former Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has since admitted that Kiev’s main objective was to buy time with the ceasefire and “create strong armed forces”.
This acknowledgment has also been echoed by former German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President François Hollande, who have independently stated that the Minsk accords were never intended to actually be fulfilled. They were merely a ploy to give Ukraine time to build up its military.
More on the subject – Live Ticker Ukraine War – Peskov: Western tanks will burn like everyone else
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On February 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that he would launch a special military operation in Ukraine together with the armed forces of the Donbass republics to protect the population there. The goals are to demilitarize and denazify Ukraine. Ukraine speaks of a war of aggression. On the same day, Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelenskiy declared a state of war across the country.
The West condemned the attack, reacted with new deliveries of weapons, promised help with reconstruction and imposed sanctions on Russia.
Scores of soldiers and civilians have been killed on both sides of the conflict. Moscow and Kyiv have accused each other of various war crimes. Thousands of Ukrainians have now fled their homeland.
The Hungarian billionaire and Democrat donor took to his Twitter page for the first time in over two months to make the announcement, marking the first time in years that the long-time Democrat donor will be absent from the meeting.
As the first day of the 2023 World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting kicks off in the Swiss ski resort town of Davos, one of the notable long-time attendees of the invitation-only event will be missing out on the action due to “secheduling conflict.”
Hungarian billionaire George Soros took to his Twitter page for the first time in over two months to make the announcement, marking the first time in years that the long-time Democrat donor will be absent from the meeting.
“Due to an unavoidable scheduling conflict, regrettably I cannot attend the @WEF Annual Meeting in Davos this year as I have in past years. I plan to deliver a speech in Munich on the eve of the @MunSecConf [Munich Security Conference]. Details to come,” his tweet read.
Soros, 93, has long been a supporter of Liberal causes, and was the Democrat’s largest single donor last year. It is not clear what his scheduling conflict is.
(I surely was not able to find anything on a Munich Security Counsel meeting for January 2023. Their big yearly conference is in February. I found no Munich Leaders Meeting scheduled. However, they might have called one and not posted it.)
The World Economic Forum (WEF), which claims to be “independent, impartial and not tied to any special interests,” has been in recent years pushing for a post-pandemic “Great Reset,” a liberal-backed global economic reshuffling that outlines a new world order where governments play a bigger role in wealth generation and distribution.
The mastermind of the “Great Reset” is WEF chairman Klaus Schwab, who in November described China as a “role model for many countries.” Who is also not going to be in attendance this year.
Nor is Bill Gates, a regular WEF/DAVOS attendee. Bill has not stated his reason for backing out or given us any information on where he might be at the appointed time. It is pretty safe to guess he will be in the same place as Soros and Schwab.
Today it is Bill Gates…
You’ll notice that the biggest WEF ass kissers such as Macron and Trudeau aren’t there either…
Moreover, Joe Biden, Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping will not be joining other world leaders there, and neither will Rishi Sunak, the U.K. Prime Minister or Brazil’s new president, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva.
It seems there are only B listers present at the meeting right now… Ukrainians are probably not very happy. The Klitchko brothers arrived yesterday in order to discuss about new weapon deliveries.
Are the big players having a private club meeting somewhere else? Where would it be? On Epstein private island? Sorry for that… It was too easy …
Why an absence of A-listers at Davos is not just deep trouble for the World Economic Forum, but for globalisation too
The world Davos thrived in is disintegrating and the summit has fewer heavyweights attending than in years gone by as the era of globalisation itself appears to be ending.
By Ed Conway, Economics & data editor @EdConwaySky
Davos, the World Economic Forum (WEF) and its founder, Klaus Schwab, have become more famous than ever before in the past couple of years – albeit not for the reasons they might have wanted.
As COVID-19 spread and the world battled the pandemic, Mr Schwab and the WEF, not to mention regular delegates such as Bill Gates, became the subject of a suite of outlandish conspiracy tales, most of which came back to the premise that they were hell-bent on world domination.
Leaving aside the lurid detail of these stories, they seem to have missed the most important point of all, far from becoming more powerful than ever before, Davos is failing.
Before we go any further it’s worth pointing out that pinning down what Davos “is” is surprisingly tricky.
At its core, it is a four-day-long meeting of businesspeople, politicians, academics, campaigners and, yes, celebrities, up the mountain in a Swiss ski resort.
There are speeches from world leaders, forums where people talk about the big issues of the day, from poverty to climate change to inequality and countless meetings and parties outside the official World Economic Forum cordons.
Bankers come here to meet potential clients and do deals in hotel suites, politicians have quiet bilateral meetings with their peers and with businesspeople.
But there are two overarching reasons why Davos matters. The first is: convening power.
It stands and falls on whether it can persuade enough influential people to come here, so that the other influential people can rub shoulders with them.
The second is something deeper: most of the delegates here benefit from a world where capital and trade move freely from one part of the world to another. This place is not the explanation for the globalisation of the past few decades, but it has certainly thrived in that world.
And on both of these fronts, things are not looking good for Davos.
There are plenty of A-list delegates coming to the forum this year, from German Chancellor Olaf Scholz to US climate envoy John Kerry, not to mention the business mainstays like JP Morgan chief executive Jamie Dimon and, of course, Bill Gates. (we know now that Bill will not be attending)
But the guestlist this time around looks considerably less heavyweight than usual.
There is no US president, no UK prime minister and even Emmanuel Macron is giving the meeting the cold shoulder – little wonder given these nations, and so many others, are battling a cost of living crisis back home. (which says a lot about the effectiveness of these kinds of forums.)
The end of globalisation itself? (don’t you believe it. they will continue their agenda until there is an established ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT.)
But more important still is the fact that the very world Davos thrived in is disintegrating.
There is a war in mainland Europe. Indeed, some have described the conflict in Ukraine as simply the earliest movements in a world war.
Apr 15, 2022A Russian state television media Friday declared that World War III has already started after the sinking of its naval vessel Moskva in the Ukraine war. Moscow warned Friday it would step up …
Mar 11, 2022News Ukraine Russia Vladimir Putin Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk recently warned that he believed World War III has already begun and Russian President Vladimir…
Relations between China and the West are at a new low point. Countries around the globe are re-engineering their supply chains, and the era of untrammelled globalisation seems to be ending. (China is the favored model government according the UN. Supply chains are being manipulated to push the global agenda)
Davos has been written off many times before (possibly including by yours truly) yet it has managed each time to defy such prognostications.
A lot of people thought Donald Trump‘s election would spell disaster for the forum, yet he attended it more than once, and was here at the last winter meeting back in early 2020.
Yet there are two other reasons, on top of the two above, why Davos is facing its biggest threat yet.
COVID’s blow to face-to-face events
The first is the pandemic that erupted shortly after that last winter meeting, which has undoubtedly dealt a blow to face-to-face events such as these.
Davos may be leagues bigger and more influential than most corporate jamborees, but at its core that’s ultimately what this event is, and thanks to Zoom and remote working the corporate jamboree sector is trapped in a deep recession of its own.
The other issue comes back to something Klaus Schwab, the forum’s founder, has often talked about before: the stakeholder economy.
This idea, his brainchild from decades ago, is that businesses do not exist in isolation: they are at a nexus of various different groups, from shareholders to customers to employees and, for that matter, the state and society in which they operate.
The idea was that by engaging more sensibly with each of these parties the stakeholders could all get along. The Forum’s official motto is “Committed to Improving the State of the World” but it might have done better to borrow the old BT slogan: “It’s good to talk”. (What people don’t understand is that “their world” does not include the masses. They are only concerned with building the world they envision for themselves.)
Yet in the face of the cost of living crisis, these lines of communication seem to have frayed, or possibly snapped altogether.
There has been more industrial action in recent months than at any time in recent decades.
Dialogue seems to be failing.
On pretty much every front, then, Davos seems to be in deep trouble.
Far from gaining power in the past few years, it is under greater threat than ever before.
There will be fanfare aplenty from this Swiss town in the coming days: Ukraine, the state of globalisation, climate change – all of these issues will be discussed here by A-list panels.
But quietly, almost indiscernibly, this place is becoming less important as the world around it changes. (That is the writer’s personal opinion, and frankly, I do not agree. The elite plans are beyond the understanding of most people. It is hard to comprehend the evil intent and the self serving agenda of these oligarchs.)
We know that famines, plagues, financial collapse, wars, and a totalitarian One World Government are coming. And likely in our very immediate future. I have no doubt that the people in Munich and DAVOS play a very big role in bringing these events into our reality. These are all the most powerful people in the World. They are all in this together. Don’t be fooled. THE WHOLE WORLD IS A STAGE and we are all just players.
All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely Players; They have their exits and their entrances, And one man in his time plays many parts,
I hold the world but as the world, Gratiano; A stage where every man must play a part, And mine a sad one.
— Act I, Scene I; The Merchant of Venice, Shakespeare“Pythagoras said that this world was like a stage / Whereon many play their parts; the lookers-on, the sage”“For what else is the life of man but a kind of play in which men in various costumes perform until the director motions them off the stage.”
quod fere totus mundus exercet histrionem (because almost the whole world are actors)