Wednesday, June 19, 2024

Polaris of Enlightenment

Wednesday, June 19, 2024

Polaris of Enlightenment

Norwegian ex-minister takes over World Economic Forum

The globalist agenda

Published 24 May 2024
- By Editorial Staff
The head of the WEF, Børge Brende, is also a member of the Bilderberg Group's steering committee.

After nearly 54 years, 86-year-old globalist and technocrat Klaus Schwab has decided to step down as Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum. Instead, the new leader will be Norway’s former Minister for Foreign Affairs and Bilderberg top Børge Brende.

The World Economic Forum has evolved into one of the world’s premier power conferences where world leaders, lobbyists, media moguls, bankers, entrepreneurs and other power brokers come together to discuss the state of the world and decide which agendas to focus on.

Schwab founded the forum in 1971 and has long been its main public face. He has also become a deeply unpopular figure, especially for the ultra-globalist and technocratic policies it has advocated. He himself has repeatedly boasted about the influence of his network and how his followers have “penetrated” governments around the world and influenced policy.

– I have to say that when I mention our names like Mrs. Merkel and even Vladimir Putin, and so on. All of them have been Young Global Leaders at the World Economic Forum. But what we are very proud of right now is the young generation like Prime Minister Trudeau, the President of Argentina and so on, that we are penetrating the cabinets, he proudly told us in 2017.

– I was at a reception for Prime Minister Trudeau and I should know that half of his government or even more than half of his government is from the World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leaders, he continued.

Bilderberg and Høyre

Schwab has also been heavily criticized for his high salary, equivalent to almost one million Swedish crowns a month, and for his organization financially benefiting various private companies linked to Schwab and his family. However, the profiled globalist will not be leaving the WEF altogether, but will take up a new role as ‘non-executive’ chairman of the forum.

The organization has undergone a planned governance evolution from a founder-driven organization to one in which a chairman and board take full executive responsibility,” the WEF writes in a statement.

His successor Børge Brende has been at the helm of the WEF since 2017 and has been responsible for many of its day-to-day operations for some time.

Justin Trudeau, Klaus Schwab och Børge Brende. Photo: World Economic Forum/Benedikt von Loebell/CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

Brende, who has a long background in Norway’s liberal-conservative Høyre party, has served as the country’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Minister of the Environment and Minister of Trade and Industry. He is also a member of the Bilderberg Group’s steering committee.

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