John Kerry Joins Earth's Elites in Davos to Lecture Commoners And Save the Planet

(AP Photo/Alex Brandon, Pool, File)

In Davos, Switzerland, oour betters gathered to decide the fate of the planet (again).

The World Economic Forum (WEF) elites communed to decide on what you should be allowed to eat, allowed to say, or allowed to think. Sit back commoners – our betters will make those decisions for us. The WEF and Bond villain Klaus Schwab summoned a select group of 600 “super” humans to fearmonger and announce the end for the planet. Well, the end, unless we heed their warnings.

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John Kerry, the man who would be king, and the human Easter Island monolith is America’s “climate” ambassador. Sent by Joe Biden, Kerry flew into Switzerland on his private jet and parked it next to dozens of CEOs and heads of state private jets. Kerry said to his equals:

“It’s pretty extraordinary that we, a select group of human beings… are able to sit in a room and come together and actually talk about saving the planet… It’s so, almost extraterrestrial, to think about saving the planet. If you said that to most people, most people would think you’re just a crazy tree-hugging, lefty-liberal do-gooder.”

Tree-huggers don’t fly on their own Lear jets nor do they fork out $250,000 of someone else’s money to attend Davos and meet in secret to discuss how to coral the commoners into believing the world will be awash in salt water by 2050.

Also attending from America (but not for) included:

Chris Coons, Janet Yellen, Joe Manchin, Kyrsten Sinema, and Trump Press Secretary-for-a-day, Anthony Scaramucci, among others.

The useless United Nations was represented by its useless Secretary-General Antonio Guterres who said:

 “[Nations need to] Put forward credible and transparent transition plans on how to achieve net-zero – and submit those plans before the end of this year.”

“The transition to net-zero must be grounded in real emissions cuts – and not rely on carbon credits and shadow markets.”

What did the CEOs discuss? It wasn’t for you but it was kinda about you. The CEO of Cisco, Chuck Robbins said:

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“I’ve met with lots of CEOs, I’ve met with a couple of heads of state, I’ve met with the First Lady of Ukraine, met with [China’s] Vice Premier Liu He.” It’s funny because publicly in the press, everybody wants to talk about whether we’re going into a recession or not.”

“When we go into our meetings, we generally don’t talk about that”

Why should he? Chuck pulled down a little bit of over $29 million last year. That’s not quite as much as LeBron James makes in a year, but Robbins has stock options that James does not. On the other hand, LeBron will be eligible for slavery reparations as a California resident.

Along with an abundance of overpriced food and alcohol, Davos had plenty of human “entertainment” for the lizard people. Prostitutes from around the globe were in abundance and in attendance to satiate the appetites of the 600+ attendees. A high-priced escort named Liana said that she wears business attire and bills out at an hourly $760. If a CEO wanted her for the night that bills out at $2,500, plus “travel expenses.”

Everyone patted themselves on the back and on Friday, hopped on their private jets and flew back to their home countries to lecture the commoners for not doing enough to save the planet. Before they all left, on Wednesday, after listening to Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy ask for more money, the Davos betters went back to $5,000 a night rooms and dressed for the party. It started at 10:00 PM it was called “Arabian Nights at the Schatzalp.”

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That seems like it should be condemned for cultural appropriation, but I have the feeling that some Arabs were in attendance, Schwab might have said: “Zum of my best friends are Arabs, zo, it’s all guuut, ja?” I doubt any of the partiers had to call an Uber for a ride home. Maybe that’s what the prostitutes mean by travel expenses.

Now that the WEF is over, I feel safer. The world is cooler. It was 14 degrees Fahrenheit in Davos on Friday, so they must have made a difference. Right?

The UN secretary-general has a message for commoners unable to attend Arabian Nights, night:

In 2023, let’s put peace at the heart of our words and actions. Together, let’s make 2023 a year when peace is restored to our lives, our homes, and our world.

Guterres could win a Ms. United Nations pageant with that answer. Or is it “Mx” United Nations? Hard to tell.

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