I must admit I have never paid much attention to the Klaus Schwab’s World Economic Forum. That may a serious oversight. I don’t know.
Check out their website: https://www.weforum.org/. Read their mission statement: https://www.weforum.org/about/world-economic-forum. Read the Davos Manifesto 2020: The Universal Purpose of a Company in the Fourth Industrial Revolution: https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2019/12/davos-manifesto-2020-the-universal-purpose-of-a-company-in-the-fourth-industrial-revolution.
The material on the website tends to be less substantive than the most dilute pablum. Is Klaus Schwab’s World Economic Forum an organization that those seeking to become rich and powerful join just to check a box and establish connections, or does it have actual power and influence of its own? I don’t know. I just found the list of names and faces quite curious.
Klaus Schwab’s World Economic Forum has by his own admission successfully infiltrated goverments around the world with its Young Global Leaders (Trudeau, Macron, etc.).
Less known but no less subversive is the lower tier, the WEF’s Young Global Shapers.
This is a list of all 4113 Young Global Shapers alumni.
You can also view the list (with photos) at https://www.globalshapers.org/alumni.
I’ve extracted the data just in case it is removed from the WEF’s Global Shapers website.
Feel free to use the list for your research, to distribute it or to use it as you see fit.
The only thing I ask is, that you attribute this blog.
|A.J. Bingham||Joined 7 Nov 2013|
|Aahana Dhar||Joined 25 Jan 2017||https://twitter.com/aahana_dhar|
|Aanas Ali||Joined 28 Feb 2014||http://www.facebook.com/ahmosher|
|Aaron Fishman||Joined 15 Jul 2013|
|Aaron Young||Joined 25 Apr 2016||https://twitter.com/Aaron_Young101|
|Aarzoo Burhani||Joined 11…|
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