The World Economic Forum is off and running in Davos, Switzerland (at least we think it is — we’re not invited nor are you).

The Associated Press has been spotted attempting to debunk some “conspiracy theories” about what the WEF is about:


It’s a total mystery.

The AP’s story begins this way:

When some of the world’s wealthiest and most influential figures gathered at the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting last year, sessions on climate change drew high-level discussions on topics such as carbon financing and sustainable food systems.

But an entirely different narrative played out on the internet, where social media users claimed leaders wanted to force the population to eat insects instead of meat in the name of saving the environment.

The annual event in the Swiss ski resort town of Davos, which opens Monday, has increasingly become a target of bizarre claims from a growing chorus of commentators who believe the forum involves a group of elites manipulating global events for their own benefit. Experts say what was once a conspiracy theory found in the internet’s underbelly has now hit the mainstream.

Are they really “conspiracy theories” when some of the people who attend the WEF have literally said a lot of these things out loud?

“Republicans pounce”!

Yeah, pick one, AP.

It makes even more sense when you remember how many things in the past few years the media helped dismiss as “conspiracy theories” actually turned out to be true.



Michael Shellenberger’s thread on WEF, Davos, and Schwab DAMNING enough to give Elon Musk ‘the willies’

World Economic Forum expected to have another Godzilla-sized carbon footprint… to save the planet!


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