World Economic Forum (WEF) mastermind Klaus Schwab said he’s worried that elites will not be able to master next generation technologies at a global level during the 2023 World Government Summit.
Schwab shared reservations during a panel with the United Arab Emirates’ Minister of Cabinet Affairs Mohammad Al Gergawi.
“I think the fourth industrial revolution will be in our mind for quite some years to come,” Schwab said.
“My deep concern is that with those 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.”
Schwab, who is a chief proponent of the “Great Reset” agenda is also facing dissent within the very ranks of the WEF.
Based on a recent interview with an insider, it seems that Schwab, who is 84 years old, may soon face a situation where other elite members are growing weary of his almost 50-year iron rule over the organization.
“(Klaus) has a God complex and thinks he’s among the fittest 0.1 percent,” the WEF insider told German media during this year’s Davos summit.
“It’s crazy they don’t have a succession plan to build public trust.”
Since founding the WEF in January 1971, Schwab has been at its helm, overseeing the annual gathering of global elites in Davos to strategize and shape the world’s future.
“There are former heads of state who thought 20 years ago that they were in the running,” the anonymous insider said.
“There’s definitely value in this organization, and it’s a great network. But it’s a personality-driven organization, so I don’t take it seriously anymore.”
Old interviews of Schwab have recently resurfaced in which the WEF founder bragged about how he has “penetrated the cabinets” of governments, including Canada under Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.