LIVE at 10:30 AM ET: World Economic Forum Criticized as ‘Unelected World Government’; Food Programs Include Bugs and Lab-Grown Meat

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The World Economic Forum (WEF) wrapped up its 2023 meeting in Davos, Switzerland, facing public pressure over its programs to influence government through business, investment, and partnerships. Elon Musk received millions of responses on Twitter when he raised the question of whether the WEF should “control the world.” The answer was a resounding “no,” but it raised deeper questions over what the organization has come to represent. Is it just a business and finance organization, or is it becoming a global unelected government?

Meanwhile, WEF’s plan for “alternative” foods is now becoming better known. The agenda openly includes bugs, lab-grown meat, and lab-grown plants, as the organization looks to recreate the way that people grow and consume food.

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