The World Economic Forum just announced that it is ‘freezing’ relations with Vladimir Putin.
Many conservatives and libertarians alike suspect the World Economic Forum of supporting a new world order agenda, and indeed the organization is the same one behind “the great reset” initiative.
While attacks on citizens are never encouraged, many theories abound as to why Putin attacked Ukraine.
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Other claims relate to U.S. natural resource interests in Europe, and the selling of ‘freedom gas’, while I myself believe that this is a petrodollar war that will redefine the global reserve currency.
No matter the claims, no matter the allegations, one thing is certain: there are many moving parts on the geopolitical stage which have been shifting for the last 2 years…
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The controversial World Economic Forum (WEF) announced it has frozen “all relations” with the Russian government and President Vladimir Putin due to the invasion of Ukraine. Coincidentally, Putin went to Klaus Schwab’s Young tyrant's school too. Can you say controlled opposition? pic.twitter.com/85ACxfnpjS
— ViolaLeighBlues (@VLeighBlues) March 10, 2022
Woah! The World Economic Forum (Davos) bans Putin and his oligarchs. Navalny himself criticized the West for oligarch invites to Davos. Great to see this end https://t.co/hXxldMf4Jq
— Paul Massaro (@apmassaro3) March 9, 2022
According to The Epoch Times:
“We are not engaging with any sanctioned individual and have frozen all relations with Russian entities,” Amanda Russo, a spokesperson for the Davos, Switzerland-based group, told Politico this week.
The development comes as the United States, European Union, Canada, and several other countries placed heavy sanctions on Russia’s banking sector, Russian oligarchs, and Putin himself. A swath of Western-based corporations also said they will not do business inside the country anymore, citing the conflict.
Now that US officials have admitted there are in fact biolabs in the Ukraine, as Putin has stated.
— FoxEpoch (@foxepoch) March 9, 2022
Quite an interesting speech that Putin gave to his “FRIENDS” last January(2021) at the World Economic Forum in Davos…. pic.twitter.com/HeLGfZqTqF
— 🇨🇦Tina🇨🇦 (@TinaGeeez) March 2, 2022
Putin and his predecessor as president, Dmitry Medvedev, have addressed WEF five times from 2007 to 2021. Putin was even invited to speak in January 2015, in the aftermath of Russia’s invasion of Crimea, but he turned down the invitation.
Introducing Putin to a virtual Davos gathering in January 2021, Schwab called Putin’s voice “essential” in world affairs, echoing a comment from 2009 that he could not think of a single issue of global importance that could be solved without Russia’s involvement. The pair last met in mid-2021, when Schwab told Putin of the “particular importance” he attaches to Russian representatives taking part in Davos events.
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