World Economic Forum (WEF) founder and chairman Klaus Schwab recently addressed global elites the World Government Summit in Dubai.
Schwab revealed his plans for world government to become the masters over humankind.
'Our life in 10 years from now will be completely different, very much affected, & who masters [#4IR] technologies, in some way, will be the masters of the world': Klaus Schwab, World Government Summit 2023 #WorldGovSummit #WGS @WorldGovSummit pic.twitter.com/NhLahuT56D
— Tim Hinchliffe (@TimHinchliffe) February 13, 2023
“Who masters those technologies – in some way – will be the master of the world,” Schwab said.
“Ten years from now we will be completely different,” he added.
“My deep concern [with] fourth industrial revolution technologies, if we don’t work together on a global scale, if we do not formulate, shape together the necessary policies, they will escape our power to master those technologies,” he urged.
He advised the leaders of sovereign nations to come together globally in order to “master” advanced technologies.
World leaders and powerful elites have been gathering at the summit to discuss plans for nations to unite and promote a single globalist agenda.
He warned the summit’s attendees that the world could “escape our power” if they don’t act swiftly.
Schwab highlighted how “fourth industrial revolution technologies” will play a role in his “Great Reset” agenda.
But Twitter CEO and billionaire tech CEO Elon Musk also spoke at the World Government Summit and gave a warning to elites about their schemes.
“One thing I should say, I know this is called the World Government Summit, but I think we should be maybe a little bit concerned about actually becoming too much of a single world government,” Musk said.
“If I may say that we want to avoid creating a civilizational risk by having, frankly, this may sound a little odd, too much a cooperation between governments,” he continued. “You know, if you look at, say… history and the rise and fall of civilizations, really all throughout history, civilizations have risen and fallen, but it hasn’t meant the doom of humanity as a whole. Because there’ve been… all these separate civilizations that were separated by great distances.”
“While Rome was falling, you know, Islam was rising, and so you had like… the sort of caliphate doing incredibly well while Rome was doing terribly,” Musk added.
“That actually ended up being a source of preservation of knowledge and and many scientific advancements,” he went on. “And so I think we want to be a little bit cautious about being too much of a world of a single civilization, because if we are too much of a single civilization… the whole thing may collapse.”
“No, I’m not, obviously not suggesting war or anything like that,” he added, “but I think we want to be a little bit wary of actually cooperating too much. It sounds a little odd, but we just want to have some amount of civilizational diversity such that if if something does go wrong with some part of civilization, that the whole thing doesn’t collapse. And, you know, humanity keeps moving forward.”
On Twitter, Elon Musk responded to a tweet from the commenter ALX on the forum address.
“Elon Musk speaks out against the idea of a ‘World Government’ at the ‘World Government Summit’ and warns it could lead to civilizational collapse,” ALX said.
“Seemed like the right venue,” Musk remarked.
Seemed like the right venue
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 15, 2023
It was the right venue. But we should highly doubt that Klaus Schwab will listen.
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