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Such photo collages are created by opponents of Schwab's ideas.

Bio-Eco-Techno-Fascism: A New Social System as Perceived by Klaus Schwab

6 января 2022, 16:06
Such photo collages are created by opponents of Schwab's ideas.
Klaus Schwab is an honest man. We can say, a truth-lover, because he calls things by their proper names and talks about what awaits us, what a terrible future is in store for us, whether we want these changes or not. .

Novye Izvestia started looking for the primary sources of Schwab's statements, which are now most popular on the Russian Internet

Christina Zabirova

The name of this gentleman with glasses is familiar to almost everyone who is trying to figure out what is happening now with our civilization.

Schwab, founder of the Davos World Economic Forum, is one of the world's foremost transhumanist globalists, who sticks out and speaks publicly, no hesitations, bringing the agenda from high offices to the common people.

“Some people call me the father of the fourth industrial revolution. I wrote a book about this and I want to give it to you, " said Klaus Schwab during a meeting with Vladimir Putin in November 2019, presenting the head of state with a volume of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

Recall that two years after that meeting, in October 2021, the Russian government and the WEF signed a memorandum on the establishment of the Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution in our country. The signing ceremony took place at the Coordination Center of the Government of the Russian Federation.

On the part of the government, on behalf of Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin, the document was signed by Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko, on the part of the World Economic Forum - by the President of the Forum, Berge Brende.

In the meantime, more and more Schwab quotes appear in Runet, fragments of his speeches are scattered across social networks, re-posts are made by famous scientists, cultural figures and deputies (for example, Moscow City Duma deputy Yekaterina Engalycheva recently posted on Instagram a record with Schwab's words about gene editing of a person).

Mr. Schwab speaks openly about such things that many have recently called conspiracy theories, "fairy tales" and "horror stories." But ideologists of transhumanism do not make any secrets from their plans for humanity.

For example, according to the historian and writer Andrei Fursov , bio-eco-techno-fascism is becoming a form of post-capitalism, and globalists are gradually "ending the era of people."

“Now the globalists are building a new world, the ideology of which is bio-eco-techno-fascism. Bio - everything that is connected with medicine, with changing the genome; eco - ecology, climate; techno - digitalization. Everything is tied together, the same Klaus Schwab speaks about it frankly. If the first three industrial revolutions are what people did to the world, then the fourth industrial revolution is what they do to people. This is a change in the human genome, a change in the person himself. As Schwab himself states, "If you take something internally and become genetically modified, your identity changes."

The dream of transhumanists is to transform a person into some other creature. The era of people is pumping, the era of transhumanist creatures begins, ”Andrei Fursov explained during a conversation on the Day-TV YouTube channel, noting that the more resistance to the new predatory regime, the softer it will be.

Novye Izvestia started looking for the primary sources of Klaus Schwab's statements, which are now most popular on the Russian Internet, and studied in detail several of his interviews in recent years in the original, in English.

We would like to note right away that one of the popular fragments gives a Russian translation using the word “violent” - “violent industrial revolution”. But this is actually a wrong translation.

Schwab is German and speaks English with a strong accent. He utters the phrase fourth industrial revolution - "the fourth industrial revolution" - so that some people hear a forced industrial revolution - that is, "a violent industrial revolution." However, even despite this discrepancy, the very essence of the matter does not change too much, because the powers that be of this world do not really ask the opinions of people regarding certain things, but simply confront us with a fact ...

Host: Today, after all, we are talking about a chip that can be implanted. When can this happen?

Schwab: Definitely in the next ten years.

And first we implant them in our clothes.

And then we can imagine implanting them in our brain, or in our skin.

And, ultimately, there will be direct communication between our brains and the digital world.

What we see is a kind of synthesis of the physical, digital and biological worlds.

The technique is an extension of our body.

Yes, you will just say out loud like this: "Now I want to connect with this and that." And to accomplish this task, you will first have personalized bots. "

And in November 2015, Klaus Schwab gave an interview to the famous American journalist Charlie Rose , in which he stated the following:

“... You see, the difference between the Fourth Industrial Revolution is that it changes not what you do - it changes you. If, for example, you accept gene editing, then it is you yourself who is being changed. And, of course, it has a big impact on your personality. The new industrial revolution opens up many opportunities, but it also raises many questions. We have to prepare for them, and this is what we will do in Davos next year (2016 - NI). "

And here are the things Klaus Schwab said in July 2021 at the site of Boston College Boston College Chief Executives Club :

“… I will give an example of this year (2021 - approx.“ NI ”). Through the collaboration of governments and businesses, we set up a fund to make money quickly available in the event of an outbreak of an infectious disease like Ebola.

When Ebola broke out, of course, many people blamed WHO for its inability to respond quickly. But then there were simply no financial resources available at hand.

... I would say that I now have three key concerns, and we are trying to include these things in our agenda (WEF).

The first is that we are in a state of transition from a unipolar world to a multipolar one.

And it's not only about China, but also about India, and other countries are catching up.

I am always an optimist and I hope we will still see the "renaissance" of the European Union, with Macron and Mrs. Merkel re-elected next Sunday.

So we are entering a multipolar world.

But, unfortunately, in addition to the fact that this world is multipolar, it is also a world of multiple concepts, “multi-conceptual”.

The authorities of different countries have their own concepts of life, and, in particular, political life.

Therefore, we are all now in the territory of conflicts. And, of course, this is a dangerous period of time.

I would like to share such a memory.

When I was growing up - and I am half German and half Swiss - it was during the Cold War, I remember that my mother always had a certain amount of gold coins in her wallet, so that in case the Russians suddenly appeared, we could leave the city within hours or even minutes.

In short, the world was always in a state of tension.

But, frankly, I am now much more afraid of the possible negative impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, which means rapid technological development. It offers a huge number of opportunities for solving most of the problems that exist in the world: poverty, disease, and so on, but at the same time it contributes to the emergence - in the past we called it the proletariat during the First Industrial Revolution, and now we are talking about the precariat (the so-called . "Unstable proletariat") - all those people who feel in a vulnerable position, because they feel the threat posed by technological progress.

So, my second big concern is related to how we will cope with this revolution in order to see all these opportunities and so that technological progress remains human-centered.

Well, my third concern is about inclusiveness. And again: technological and economic development is forming an increasingly polarized community ... ”.

But whether this community is good according to the Schwab is up to every thinking person.