WEF Davos 2024: 4 Key Takeaways From this Year’s Gathering of Global Elites

WEF Davos 2024: 4 Key Takeaways From this Year’s Gathering of Global Elites

The World Economic Forum (WEF), an unelected body of global decision-makers, met this month for its annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland. This year brought together more than 300 of the world's most powerful leaders from heads of state and government to business tycoons and influential public figures. Collaboratively, these elites shape a global agenda molded by socialist policies as they attempt to develop sustainable and inclusive solutions to global challenges, engaging in discussion on pressing issues while exerting significant influence over political and economic affairs. 

Below are 4 key takeaways from this year’s meeting that exemplify WEF’s disturbing mission of undermining national sovereignty and rejecting traditional values. 

Climate Change 

The WEF continues to push the narrative that climate change is the biggest threat facing humanity. Despite significant pushback from scientists globally declaring the “climate emergency” rhetoric as nothing more than fearmongering, based upon flawed modeling and fueled by money and power, the WEF launched its Net Zero Carbon Cities initiative to accelerate the transition to zero-carbon ‘smart’ cities as most elites continue to believe citizens have too much individual freedom and favor strict rationing of gas, meat, and energy as a means of fighting climate change.1,2,3 More than 240 cities globally have set net-zero targets for 2050 or sooner, indicating widespread commitment to this initiative.4  This initiative would serve as cover for implementing global sustainability policies that would harm industrialized nations and stifle economic growth and individual sovereignty.  

Disease X and Global Health Security 

This year’s health discussion dubbed “Preparing for Disease X” highlighted the ongoing concerns about global health security and the need for cooperation in preparing and managing potential global health threats. Discussion centered on "Disease X," a hypothetical, unknown pathogen first introduced by the World Health Organization (WHO) in 2018 as a disease with potential to cause a pandemic and deemed by some experts to be 20 times deadlier than COVID-19. Ultimately, the elites derived solutions that emphasize research and development of targeted tests, treatments, and vaccines with stressed importance on collaborative practices for global information and data sharing with ongoing surveillance through implementation of things like digital ID to track the unvaccinated.5,6 If our experiences from the last ‘pandemic’ taught us anything, it’s that global solutions to health are often flawed, destructive, and corrupt. 

Artificial Intelligence (AI)  

AI emerged as a central theme this year, with discussion emphasizing a need for global governance, regulation, and equitable distribution of AI. Presenters touted benefits to AI like supporting rapid technological developments in the field of vaccines or the use of AI to filter out so-called ‘mis- or dis-information’ while prioritizing programmed preferred sources to prevent distribution of alternative narratives or discussions deemed unacceptable by the ruling elite class. Well-known elite player in the deadly COVID-19 response Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla spoke regarding AI’s role in the next pandemic ironically noting that “in the hands of bad people it can do bad things” but “the benefits clearly outweigh the risks”. Elites like him said the same thing about lockdowns, social distancing, and masks to address a respiratory virus pandemic and their solutions proved deadly then, it’s safe to assume their assumptions regarding AI’s solutions for healthcare today are equally as destructive. 

President Milei's Viral Anti-Socialism Speech 

Not everything coming out of Davos this year was a perceived threat to national sovereignty or traditional values. One prime example of this was expressed in the now viral impassioned speech delivered by Argentine President Javier Milei where he announced critical dangers threatening the Western world due to a globalist push toward detrimental socialist solutions and policies that erode national sovereignty and leave populations impoverished. He reminded the attendees that it was years of implementing the same types of policies that the WEF supports and defends that pushed these nations into poverty. He noted how every country that had tried socialism had failed and was responsible for the deaths of more than 100 million people worldwide. He advocated for economic freedom and a new paradigm of prosperity. His call for a free-market approach and a balanced model of growth resonated with many participants and citizens globally. In fact, his speech garnered 10 times more views than any other world leader indicative of how much transparency and truth resonates with people.7   

The WEF's Davos 2024 event showcased the organization's continued disturbing push for global collaborative solutions that undermine national sovereignty and traditional values. With a focus on socialistic or globalist solutions, the WEF's vision for the future is seen by many as a threat to national interests. It’s clear the majority of WEF elites have no intention of slowing down their pursuit of global cooperation and integration via socialist policies. But as the view count for President Milei’s speech prove, everyday citizens and those who value national sovereignty and traditional values are by far the majority, so we must remain vigilant and active in our opposition to an ever-creeping globalist agenda. 



  1. Markovitz, G. (2024, January 19). Davos 2024: 4 things to know. World Economic Forum. Retrieved from: https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2024/01/davos-2024-highlights-ai-growth-climate-security/ 


  1. World Climate Declaration: There is No Climate Emergency. (2023, August 14). Global Climate Intelligence Group. Retrieved from: https://clintel.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/08/WCD-version-081423.pdf 


  1. Net Zero Carbon Cities: An Integrated Approach. (2021, January). World Economic Forum. Retrieved from: https://www3.weforum.org/docs/WEF_Net_Zero_Carbon_Cities_An_Integrated_Approach_2021.pdf 



  1. Bindman, P. (2022, July 22). Which cities are in the race to net zero? Capital Monitor. Retrieved from: https://capitalmonitor.ai/sdgs/sdg-11-sustainable-cities-and-communities/green-cities-race-net-zero/ 


  1. Goldin, M. (2024, January, 18). A panel of healthcare experts discussed ‘Disease X’ at Davos. But it’s only a hypothetical illness. Associated Press News. Retrieved from: https://apnews.com/article/fact-check-disease-x-davos-world-economic-forum-496804566435 


  1. Saric, I. (2024, January 19). Disease X: Scientists, leaders prepare for a possible virus far deadlier than COVID. Axios. Retrieved from: https://www.axios.com/2024/01/19/disease-x-plan-world-economic-forum 


  1. Lacalle, D. (2024, January 22). Milei Destroys Socialism in Davos. The Epoch Times. Retrieved from: https://www.theepochtimes.com/opinion/milei-destroys-socialism-in-davos-5570761 



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