By inyheter - Helge Lurås - Chief Editor published Jan. 19, 2023
- This is idiotic, he says of the World Economic Forum taking place in Davos these days.
Was WEF that suggested that Sri Lanka cut artificial fertilizers? They promote FTX and Sam Bankman-Fried's pyramid scheme. And now they claim to want to make the world a better place.
The world has turned upside down, says Tucker Carlson. Words appear to mean the opposite of what is claimed. Those who claim to promote democracy are in reality autocrats. Those who supposedly work for health instead make us sicker...And the so-called World Economic Forum destroys the nation-states' economy, Carlson ironizes in this monologue.
He points out that the WEF advocated for the Sri Lankan government to cut out artificial fertilizers. The result was hunger and rebellion. They promoted Sam Bankman-Fried's pyramid scheme without realizing that he was a fraud. And they thought lockdowns during Covid were going to work.
And now they're at it again, says Tucker. They're not just evil, they're ridiculous. They have deleted their recommendations and advice, which now look bad.
Carlson plays a clip of founder and president Klaus Schwab's opening speech in which he talks about a "difficult time" and "mastering the future."
- To master that future, a platform is needed where all contributors are present, says Schwab (84) with his German accent.
Tucker then plays a clip of John Kerry (80), Biden's climate tsar, who talks about those at the WEF being a "special group of people" who have set out to "save the planet".
- We are almost extraterrestrial, says Kerry without understanding the irony in his own words.
And as if that wasn't enough, Al Gore (74) appeared. And he looks more "synthetic and weird than ever," according to Tucker Carlson.
The participants at the WEF are some "moralizing, self-absorbed jerks", says Carlson, and claims they are out to stifle the freedom of expression for anyone other than their own class and worldview.
The monologue is recommended in its entirety.