Klaus Schwab praises Communist China’s ‘achievements,’ wants to learn from premier’s ‘vision’

TIANJIN, China (LifeSiteNews) — Klaus Schwab, the founder and chairman of the globalist World Economic Forum (WEF), has once again praised the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) for its “achievements.”

During the opening speech at the WEF’s “Summer Davos” taking place in Tianjin, China, Schwab spoke fondly of the CCP’s second-ranking member, Li Qiang, who also took part in the event. 

The WEF founder told Li that “we are eager to learn from your vision on China and the world.” 

“Premier Li is the eighth premier of the People’s Republic of China and a member of the Chinese Communist Party’s Politburo Standing Committee,” Schwab explained. 

“Premier Li took his office this March at China’s National People’s Congress at a critical moment when China adopted new COVID control measures and started to boost economic development, social dynamism, and international cooperation,” he continued. 

Schwab praised the communist country — something he has done multiple times before — saying that it “has made remarkable achievements in economy, in social development, in diplomacy, and in many other areas.”

The WEF founder noted that his organization has “over 40 years of friendly and extensive partnership with China, today’s second-largest economy in the world,” and stressed that WEF “will continue to fight fragmentation and strive for dialogue, understanding, and collaboration as we stand for a future where nations have to work together for the collective wellbeing for humanity.” 

“We appreciate the long-term support from our Chinese friends, from many ministers who are here with us today as well; thank you for your participation,” he stated.

The CCP’s “vision for China and the world” that Schwab was eager to learn from includes putting “security” as the most important issue in the hierarchy of priorities, as Li, who took the stage after Schwab, stressed in his speech. 

“As a responsible major country, China has all along stood firmly on the right side of history and on the side of human progress,” the Chinese premier claimed. 

A major part of China’s security state is its social credit system that punishes citizens for what the CCP deems bad behavior. By utilizing mass surveillance software, like camera networks with facial recognition and other biometric AI tools, the Chinese government has set up an “Orwellian system of mass surveillance and predictive policing,” according to the International Consortium of Journalists. 

Moreover, the Chinese Communist government viciously persecutes ethnic and religious minorities, including Catholics and the Muslim Uighurs population. 

Li also addressed the COVID crisis, saying that “COVID-19 will not be the last public health crisis the world faces.” 

He furthermore stated that “Global public health governance needs to be enhanced.” 

In a recently published Insight Report, the WEF admitted that digital IDs can facilitate “the identification, surveillance, and persecution of individuals or groups,” while still strongly enhancing the widespread implementation of digital IDs and digital currencies. 


2 Responses

  1. At the risk of getting banned from Iconoclast I have to say that I am with Mr. Schwab on this and I too am impressed with China’s achievements since the 1990s.

    While our cities in the West have become open sewers and crime ridden ghettoes, we have seen the glittering successes of the Chinese policies within their homeland.

    New cities , fabulous transportation systems, high speed trains, the belt and road initiative, new ports built on the East Coast of Africa without so much as a whisper of racial unrest in the set up.
    Now someone is throwing shade at people who have had the nerve to say that conditions at the Shein factory aren’t that bad…… here’s the story


    Well the critics must never have worked in a Western Car Factory or on the Green Chain in a mill. Any factory work is soulless and most people do it because there’s no other job that they can get
    When I worked on a production line in Liverpool it was like a slave’s job, so there isn’t much difference between what they have to do now and what we did back then.

    When we started a shift, they lifted all of our lockers from the floor until the shift was over and then winched them back down again. You weren’t going anywhere until your time had been served.

    I too, visited a factory in China, a shoe factory to be specific. It was an unsupervised visit, no spies, no handlers, just my wife visiting a friend who owned the factory.

    I didn’t see any more hardship than I myself suffered on the production line, the workers lived inside the factory gates in dorms or apartments and did so until they had saved enough money to buy a place outside the gates.
    They all called the boss “Uncle”, there was a canteen there, and to my acute eye there were no furtive looks of discontent from any of the workers I happened to meet.

    Most seemed happy and the general vibe of the place was of harmony.
    If they didn’t have the factory there, then all you would have were fields to farm and you would face a subsistence existence.
    The only disharmony I encountered was the level of frustration from the boss in dealing with his western buyers.
    They wanted him to sell the shoes to him for $12 a pair, or $2 less than the year before, AND they wanted them LANDED in New York for that price, so they could sell them for $250 a pair. After he treated us to lunch he told me to go into his showroom and pick out a couple of pairs for myself if I so chose.
    So , I have a hard time in equating the term “vicious persecution” of minorities because in my numerous visits to the place I have found just the opposite.
    I think all of talk about cruelty to the Uyghurs and religious minorities is just so much propaganda from people who know absolutely nothing about it

    They are very much “live and let live” unless you do something that disrupts the order of society.
    If you do disrupt then they come down hard on you but as an independent country they have the right to run it in a way that keeps the nutcases from taking over.
    We in the West have let the ones who want freedom without limit, eat away at every cultural touchstone that led to our initial, but now long lost success.

    To run a country like China means making decisions that the West can’t understand but lets face it, they keep 1.4 billion people fed and watered every single day, they haven’t fired any missiles at countries they disagree with and the overwhelming majority of its citizens are proud of their country.

    Which country in the West ( apart from my beloved Canada) can say that they are proud of their nation?

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