The World Economic Forum (“WEF”). Exactly what is it?.
Professor Klaus Schwab is its self-appointed owner. His remarkably inoffensively named organisation has set itself an objective. He aims to “improve” the “state of the world” and shape it in his chosen fashion. That is despite the WEF having no official or democratic legitimacy. This is a blatant attempt to control our lives by stealth.
According to Wiki, its funding is by private and governmental donors. It received an initial investment of US$460m from the governments of Germany, Japan and Norway, plus the globalist Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the Wellcome Trust. It allegedly brings together “decision-makers from across society” to work on projects and initiatives that (in its sole wisdom) it thinks will make a “real difference”.
One of those projects is the “Great Reset” initiative.
Who actually asked for the “Great Reset” initiative? Who actually voted for it to make a “real difference”? The answer, of course, is nobody!
The fact is the WEF is “unofficial”. It has no authority to make any rules, globally or nationally nor to enter into any international treaties, but it can still covertly influence our own lawmakers and big business. To my mind, the WEF is a shadowy Bilderberg style organisation, elected by no one, yet set on a self-proclaimed mission to change the world.
Really? So, who gave the WEF the right to change the world? Did it ask the voters of the United Kingdom if they wanted any change?
How do we know what undue influence this organisation exerts on our own politicians behind closed doors? Maybe the WEF is the reason for some of the more bizarre political decisions coming from Boris Johnson and his team. It is clear to me that the blatantly globalist WEF is manipulating many international governments and leaders. Biden and Johnson both openly support Build Back Better, which conveniently includes the unpopular and exorbitant net zero agenda.
So, how do we make sure that our elected lawmakers do not fall under the influence of the WEF by making decisions that are not in the best interests of the UK population, which they will never disclose in their manifestos and about which no UK voter ever has a say?
The UK Independence Party believes that only our own citizens must govern the UK. We believe that the elected UK government at all times must put the interests of the UK and our own people first. We believe that the only laws that should apply within the UK must be those wholly made by our elected UK Parliament.
Most importantly, the UK Independence Party will never make any Treaty or join any international organisation, such as the WEF, which could involve in any way surrendering any sovereignty. It follows; therefore, that the UK Independence Party will oppose the WEF, whose values undermine competition, democracy and our national sovereignty.
UK Independence Party Spokesman for Business, Trade and Foreign Affairs