SAVANAH HERNANDEZ REPORTS: Billionaire elites face public backlash at WEF annual Davos meeting

From Elon Musk directly calling out the WEF to independent journalists holding major CEOs and leaders to account, this year's conference received far more backlash than usual as people from around the world pushed back against the WEF. 

Savanah Hernandez Texas, US

The World Economic Forum held their annual meeting in the remote village of Davos, Switzerland this week, and the proceedings were full of the kind of luminaries in government, banking, and tech that have come to expect their opinions and viewpoints to drive global policy and commerce. 

Typically known as a party for some of the richest and most influential people in the world, this year's WEF meeting had a much different feel to it. The meet-up focused on the need for public and private partnership to address climate change and the war in Ukraine, which is a slight departure from their previous Great Reset message.

From Elon Musk directly calling out the WEF for "trying to be the boss of Earth", to independent journalists holding major CEOs and leaders to account, this year's conference received far more backlash than usual as people from around the world pushed back against the WEF. 

Masako Ganaha, independent Japanese journalist, led the charge in exposing the WEF's hypocrisy when she interviewed a chauffeur at the WEF, getting him to admit that he can't use electric vehicles to transport the "VIPs" in attendance.

Her interview went viral as Twitter users pointed to the hypocrisy of WEF members not utilizing the same electric vehicles they push on the public. The interview also highlighted the potential unreliability of electric vehicles based on weather conditions. 

The statistics for private jet use in Davos were also released, exposing that, "1,040 private jets flew in and out of airports serving the Swiss mountain resort of Davos during the week of the 2022 World Economic Forum," per Greenpeace International

This comes as the WEF holds panels where speakers have declared a "planetary" crisis where billions could be displaced and "mass extinction" could be imminent as a direct result of carbon emissions. 

However, the WEF attendees emitted four times the amount of CO2 emissions during one week in Davos than that of an average week.

Not only were the elites exposed for their hypocrisy regarding carbon emissions, but Avi Yemini and Ezra Levant of Rebel News, also confronted Pfizer CEO, Albert Boula, who has so far faced very little questioning regarding the side effects and efficacy of his COVID-19 vaccine. 

"When did you know the vaccines didn't stop transmission?" Levant asked Boula, "we now know the vaccines didn't stop transmission, but why did you keep it secret?" Levant continued. 

The Pfizer CEO stayed silent making every effort to avoid the two journalists trying to get a legitimate response from him.

The clip went viral with nearly 6 million views as citizens worldwide applauded Boula finally being confronted about making billions off of selling what many reports suggest is an ineffective and potentially dangerous vaccine. 

Yemini also confronted CNBC's Intl. Managing Editor, Patrick Allen, asking what CNBC was doing at the WEF as an "invited guest". 

"You're an editor for CNBC, don't you think that's a bit of a conflict of interest?" he asked. Allen was then caught on a hot mic threatening Yemini, stating, "this guy is going to get punched out taking pictures." 

This display of real journalism caught the attention of Elon Musk who then commended the act, commenting, "Your critique is spot on."

Musk has also been at the forefront of calling out the WEF throughout the duration of their meeting this week, tweeting things such as "the WEF gives me the willies."  Musk released a poll on Twitter that received over 2.4 million votes with the overwhelming majority of participants voting against the WEF controlling the world.

Many have speculated that the WEF chooses to host their annual meeting in Davos due to its remote location far away from the public view. With tight security and an inability to enter the meeting without prior approval, WEF attendees have typically skirted public pushback. 

However, with independent journalists on the ground, billionaires like Musk calling them out and the public expressing their unfavorable views, the WEF no longer feels like a playground for the billionaire elite, instead it feels like a prime opportunity for the public to express their disgust with these men and women who think they have rights to rule the world.

Even some of the most prominent members of the WEF such as George Soros canceled their attendance last minute leading many to ask if the WEF has run its course. Even CNN published a headline admitting reading, "Davos draws record crowds, but its relevance is fading."

While the WEF has previously been known as a "playground for the billionaire elites" it is now starting to morph into an unfavorable and negatively viewed organization as more people wake up to the restrictive surveillance laws, anti-human climate policies and authoritarian laws the WEF is trying to enact. 

Even the Swiss locals had something to add with one homeowner hanging a sign that read "wow this is what corruption looks like!" The sign was hung at the main entrance to the WEF ensuring that everyone in attendance could see the vocal opposition. 


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