Klaus Schwab resigns from WEF leadership role
Klaus Schwab, now 86, is officially resigning from his leadership role, having gained infamy and criticism during the height of the COVID lockdowns after his book COVID-19: The Great Reset—which was penned before the pandemic even began—caught the public’s attention.

Keean Bexte

May 21, 2024

Klaus Schwab, the founder of the World Economic Forum, is resigning from his position as Executive Chairman.

Klaus Schwab resigns from WEF leadership role

News of the internationally despised globalist’s resignation began circulating early Tuesday morning after an email to WEF staff was shared with the news outlet Semafor.

According to the outlet, Schwab plans to transition to a non-executive role within the organization. He added that this change is still pending approval from the Swiss government but that it should be finalized in 2024 ahead of the 2025 annual meeting.

COVID and Schwab’s rise to infamy and public outcry

Klaus Schwab, now 86, gained his infamy during the height of the COVID lockdowns after his book COVID-19: The Great Reset—which was penned before the pandemic even began—caught the public’s attention.

This would then lead many journalists and other concerned citizens online to dig deeper into the World Economic Forum and its message, goals, and agenda, revealing that the seemingly harmless economic forum was anything but.

You can read more about this agenda by clicking here.

Indeed, Schwab infamously bragged that he and the organization had “penetrated the cabinets” of nations around the world by installing their own trained Young Global Leaders, ensuring that the WEF agenda was felt practically everywhere.

His message to the world that they would ‘Own nothing and be happy’ was particularly memorable.

Who will succeed Klaus Schwab?

As it stands, who will take the reigns of WEF Chairman has yet to be announced, but Schwab said that over the last year, the executive board, which is led by President Børge Brende (a Norwegian politician), “has taken full executive responsibility.”

Yuval Harari, who once asked the question, “What will we do with all these useless people… when they are basically meaningless and worthless,” while referring to Asian and African workers, is another candidate, given his infamy, which is overshadowed only by Schwab.

However, neither possible successor has yet to claim the role, and it’s likely we’ll have to wait for Schwab’s recognition to be finalized before we know for sure.

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