The political and business elite, who attend the annual World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting in Davos, are beginning to admit their push for globalisation and open borders contributed to the worldwide populist backlash and the rejection of the mass integration project.
Harvard professor and former chief economist of the International Monetary Fund Kenneth Rogoff told Bloomberg that following WEF 2016 he “started to grow concerned” then-candidate Donald J. Trump would become the next president of the U.S. because his fellow frequent attendees of the gathering in the Swiss town of Davos were certain that Mr. Trump would not win.
“A joke I’ve told 1,000 people in the months since leaving Davos is that the conventional wisdom of Davos is always wrong,” said the former IMF chief who is scheduled to attend Davos again this year along with some 3,000 other members of the political, business, media, and academic elite.
No surprise there then. These people haven’t a clue.
I suppose “the mass integration project” was their bright idea of bringing millions of Muslims into Europe. They treat people like cattle, who can be trucked from one pen to another, and then they’re shocked and surprised when the people reject both them and their mad schemes in favour of “populists” who are, well, you’d never guess it,… popular.
And on “the mass integration project“:
Everyone in Italy and the rest of Europe will “soon be Muslim” because of the country’s “stupidity”, a prominent Italian archbishop has said.
Monsignor Carlo Liberati, Archbishop Emeritus of Pompeii, said that Islam will soon become Europe’s main religion thanks to the huge number of Muslim migrants alongside the increasing secularism of native Europeans.
Quite so. Unless, of course, the migrants are returned to their countries of origin. Which is what I expect to eventually happen, most likely after a bloody civil war when the populists take over.
Unless, of course, the populists are not allowed to take power.
Is there a coup underway, while America is in the transition period, and before Trump swears in as the 45th president of the United States?
How real is the clash between the rogue Manhattan billionaire and the intelligence gang behind the throne? Who will win the struggle for power over foreign policy? These are serious times and require serious considerations.
The U.S. sent an entire armored brigade to the Russian border, and Vladimir Putin is preparing as if for war. Missile defense systems are raised; tall claims and serious charges have been leveled; diplomatic relations have chilled to a permafrost. Several Russian diplomats have turned up dead recently, including one murdered in front of cameras during a dramatic assassination in Turkey. Russia has bucked U.S. order in the Middle East, and carved out a potential peace deal in Syria without their consultation.
Things are reaching a flashpoint, and the system is concerned about controlling President-elect Trump given his rumored friendliness with Putin and plans to drop sanctions.
What if Obama starts a war with Russia, declares a state of emergency, and says that Trump can’t be allowed to become president, because he was a Manchurian candidate in thrall of the Kremlin, with whom we’re now at war?
This is what Infowars and Michael Savage are wondering. I don’t believe it myself. I think Donald Trump will be inaugurated as the 45th POTUS next Friday. But what do I know? Crazier things could happen in this crazy world.