A shocking interview with a veteran World Economic Forum insider in German media reveals that things are not as peachy at the elite organization as its founder Klaus Schwab lets on.
According to the source who spoke to Welt on anonymity, 84-year-old Schwab could soon have a palace coup on his hands as fellow elites are tiring of his nearly half a century-long reign.
“(Klaus) has a God complex and thinks he’s among the fittest 0.1 percent,” the WEF insider said.
“It’s crazy they don’t have a succession plan to build public trust.”
Within the WEF’s secretive ranks, there’s speculation that Schwab’s succession plans are like a monarch’s and involve his offspring, Oliver or Nicole Schwab, who launched the “Young Global Leader” program.
“There are former heads of state who thought 20 years ago that they were in the running,” said the source about the uncertainty Schwab has plunged the organization into.
“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.”
Schwab has been heading the WEF since he founded it in January 1971. Since then, global elites have flown to Davos to gather annually and plot the future of the world.
The organization has exploded beyond its original scope to be a talk shop for the wealthy and powerful. Today it’s a high-class getaway where elites can rock their socks off.
Earlier this week, The Counter Signal reported that global elites have been fully booking escort services while attending the WEF.
“For example, our women have already been brought to Davos by diplomats and company bosses. Some also book escorts for themselves and their employees to party in the hotel suite,” said one escort company’s managing director.
“The customers are more demanding than our normal clientele. Above all, women with a model figure and top appearance are in demand.”
Costs for an entire night of sexual services run up to $2,753 per client.