Milei slams WEF, “radical feminist agenda” in front of Klaus Schwab
In a scathing critique, Javier Milei lambasts Western governments for shrouding socialism in the guise of social justice.

Mike Campbell

January 17, 2024

President of Argentina Javier Milei slammed the World Economic Forum (WEF) and the West’s “radical feminist agenda” after accepting an invitation to attend the annual meeting in Davos.

Milei slams WEF, “radical feminism agenda” in front of Klaus Schwab

After the WEF’s mastermind Klaus Schwab introduced him, Milei launched into a twenty minute tirade that slammed the socialistic nature of social justice, while praising capitalism.  

“Far from being the cause of our problems, free trade capitalism as an economic system is the only instrument we have to end hunger, poverty, and extreme poverty across our planet,” he told members of the audience. 

The newly elected Argentinian President, a self-proclaimed Libertarian who hates collectivism, explained the history of Argentina, stating how increased state intervention always led to his country’s downturn.

“We’re here to tell you that collectivist solutions are never the solution to the problems that inflict the citizens of the world, rather they are the root cause,” he warned.

Milei further said leftists in the West hate capitalism because it’s individualistic and love collectivism because they believe it’s altruistic, advocating for well-intentioned concepts like “social justice.”

He went on to say that “international organizations” (presumably a reference to the WEF itself) are responsible for pushing these concepts.

“The solution proposed by collectivists is not greater freedom but rather greater regulation which creates a downward spiral of regulations until we’re all poorer and the life of all of us depends on a bureaucrat sitting in a luxury office,” he said.

Schwab disappeared before Milei finished speaking

Milei continued, saying that the West mistakenly replaced Libertarianism with a “radical feminist agenda.” This has led to greater state intervention which has hindered economic progress, he claimed, “giving a job to bureaucrats who have not contributed anything to society.”

Milei added: “Examples, ministry’s of women or international organizations devoted to promoting this agenda.”

When Milei was finished speaking, Schwab was no where to be seen. Following some other speakers, the WEF leader would come back onto the stage and even ask follow up questions.

Earlier this month, Milei boldly stated that popular YouTuber Mr. Beast has done more for the world than the UN has in its 78-year history. 

  

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