The World Economic Forum (WEF) taking place in Davos, Switzerland has produced its The Global Risks Report 2017. Every document put out by this organization for public consumption is in need of an Orwellian translation. As with the very acronym of the WEF put backward spells the FEW. The slogan “Committed to Improving the State of the World“. This can be set in double speak to say “Committed to Improving the World State“. Acting in these reports as if this is all an effort to save the planet. While the globalist mandates create every problem to be solved. One of the chapters that is very telling and goes deep into the globalist mindset and strategy is in Section 2 Chapter 2.1: Western Democracy in Crisis?
In many Western democracies, traditional mainstream political parties are in crisis. They are struggling to respond to rapid changes in the political landscape as voters’ disaffection expresses itself in lower turnouts or rising support for previously peripheral movements.1 The unexpected triumphs in 2016 for the Brexit campaign in the United Kingdom and President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign in the United States are the most high profile indicators of a febrile political environment. Page 23 WEF Global Risks Report 2017
The Davos crowd are devastated by the populous reversals in the U.K., European Union and the U.S. and admit as much. Though thinly veiled the discontent in this document is palatable. Causes and solutions for this political upheaval given are a valuable insight into the monolithic thinking and ham fisted reaction by globalist forces. Populations in the developed countries are rejecting the globalist mandates that have destroyed their nations. Multinational corporations represented by the WEF have had their way for a long time. Now that the people most affected are saying NO. Democracy is in crisis and the political landscape is febrile?
But is democracy itself in crisis? Some point out that voters punishing politicians who have failed to represent them adequately is one of the essential virtues of the democratic process. Others argue that the current crisis in mainstream politics goes deeper, fundamentally threatening how politics works. This chapter considers three related reasons to be concerned about the future of democracy: the impacts of rapid economic and technological change; the deepening of social and cultural polarization; and the emergence of “post-truth” political debate. Page 23 WEF Global Risks Report 2017
Democracy is in crisis because the fundamentals of how politics work for the globalists are being threatened by the representation of the governed. People are the problem because they are escaping the lies of mainstream political parties and media. We are not going along with the program of deindustrialization, globalization and multiculturalism all meant to upend democracy of any kind. Impacts of rapid economic and technological change caused by globalization and deepening of social and cultural polarization brought on by mass migration and divisive political tactics has lead to the emergence of “post-truth” political debate. Nations are being intentionally destroyed by the actions of the WEF only to benefit of the FEW perched on top. Nations are finally reacting to this onslaught by admitting the situation. This is considered “post-truth”. Outside of the reality presented through media controlled by multinational corporations and banks.
The political impact of antiestablishment sentiment has already been dramatic. Most notably, the cluster of anti-elitism, cultural nativism and economic nationalism formed important parts of the winning 2016 campaigns in the United Kingdom (UK) referendum on European Union (EU) membership and both the United States (US) Republican primary and the subsequent presidential election Page 23 WEF Global Risks Report 2017
The arrogance spews forth in such nice terms. Cultural nativism is double speak for not wanting your country overrun with uncontrolled immigration and economic nationalism means having a living wage and jobs. Anti-elitism translates to not having a technocracy ruling over the people from cradle to grave.
The Global Risks Report 2017 outlines why their version of Democracy is in Crisis and how to respond to this rabble from the voters. Listing trends that are undermining their control and ways the globalists are going to respond.
One of the trends undermining democracy from the view of the WEF is a phenomenon called Post-truth political debate. This is the high brow term for fake news put out by the Oxford dictionary. Admitting in the report that the program of globalization has been a horror show for 99% of the population and that they are starting to realize it though Post-truth political debate.
But globalization and trade feature prominently in anti-establishment sentiment in Western democracies because the benefits of growth have been unequally experienced Page 23 WEF Global Risks Report 2017