As Trump Heads To Davos The Threat Of War Rises Sharply

Anyone in the Liberty Movement who tracks the Davos conference knows that this is one of the primary events for globalists to congregate under the guise of "international relations".  The focus of Davos tends to be on economics, but also on geopolitical triggers for economic changes.  The policies that come out of Davos are always globalist in nature; that is to say, the tactics for furthering globalism are shared and spread at these elitist forums.  The fact that Trump is bothering to attend such an event is not surprising to me, given the banker company he keeps in his cabinet, but it may be surprising to some.  Like Bilderberg, it is common that not long after Davos major geopolitical changes take place that lead to greater crisis or greater consolidation of power.  I imagine Trump will be treated with "disdain" by some of the attendees at Davos, but will this all be Kabuki theater?  And why is Trump really going to the conference?  Is it perhaps a prelude to the outbreak of war...?  Note how the World Economic Forum and the mainstream media plants the notion that "strongman politics" will lead to disaster...


The risk of political and economic confrontations between major powers, including outright military conflicts, has risen sharply, according to a survey released by the World Economic Forum (WEF) days before its annual gathering in Davos.

The Global Risks Report highlighted several top risks for 2018, including environmental threats from extreme weather and temperatures, economic inequalities and cyber attacks.

But most remarkable was the surge in geopolitical concerns after a year of escalating rhetoric between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un that has arguably brought the world closer to a nuclear conflict than it has been in decades.

Trump is due to give a speech on the closing day of the WEF, an annual event in the Swiss Alps which runs from Jan. 23-26 and will attract 70 heads of state and government, as well as celebrities, CEOs and top bankers.

The survey of nearly 1,000 experts from government, business, academia and non-governmental organizations showed 93 percent expect a worsening of political or economic confrontations between major powers in 2018, including 40 percent who believe those risks have increased significantly.

Some 79 percent see a heightened risk of state-on-state military conflict. In addition to the threat of a conflict on the Korean peninsula, the report pointed to the risk of new military confrontations in the Middle East.




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Declare War on Davos
written by Wapiti , January 18, 2018

The one worthwhile war would a well-placed detonantion device in the widst of the davos attendees.
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