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The World Economic Forum held their annual meeting in the remote village of Davos, Switzerland this week, and the proceedings were full of the kind of luminaries in government, banking, and tech that have come to expect their opinions and viewpoints to drive global policy and commerce.
Typically known as a party for some of the richest and most influential people in the world, this year’s WEF meeting had a much different feel to it. The meet-up focused on the need for public and private partnership to address climate change and the war in Ukraine, which is a slight departure from their previous Great Reset message.
From Elon Musk directly calling out the WEF for “trying to be the boss of Earth”, to independent journalists holding major CEOs and leaders to account, this year’s conference received far more backlash than usual as people from around the world pushed back against the WEF.
Masako Ganaha, independent Japanese journalist, led the charge in exposing the WEF’s hypocrisy when she interviewed a chauffeur at the WEF, getting him to admit that he can’t use electric vehicles to transport the “VIPs” in attendance.
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