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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 30 Jun 22

New Discourses Bullets, Ep. 13 Klaus Schwab is the Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum, which openly seeks to remake the world and its economies into a “stakeholder” model of his own creation. In his 2022 book,┬áThe Great Narrative for a Better Future, Schwab explains that the existing “shareholder”-based social contract has expired, and it’s time for a new one. In this episode of New Discourses Bullets, host James Lindsay walks you through a few paragraphs of┬áThe Great Narrative┬áin which Schwab details what a new social contract would entail and where it might come from. Join him to see …

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New Discourses Bullets, Ep. 13 Klaus Schwab is the Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum, which openly seeks to remake the world and its economies into a “stakeholder” model of his own creation. In his 2022 book,┬áThe Great Narrative for a Better Future, Schwab explains that the existing “shareholder”-based social contract has expired, and it’s time for a new …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 24 Jun 22

New Discourses Bullets, Ep. 12 Two of the most infamous figures of the 20th century are two of its most notorious Marxist dictators: Vladimir Lenin and Mao Zedong. Each had his own methods. Speaking broadly, Lenin’s Bolshevik approach could be considered top-down, imposed by government and its seized industries, and Mao’s “Marxism-Leninism with Chinese Characteristics” might be considered bottom-up, a youth rebellion, and inside-out, a cultural revolution ushered in by his radicalized youth. The most infamous┬áNeo-Communist figure of the early 21st century will be Klaus Schwab, Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum, who has figured out how to combine …

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New Discourses Bullets, Ep. 12 Two of the most infamous figures of the 20th century are two of its most notorious Marxist dictators: Vladimir Lenin and Mao Zedong. Each had his own methods. Speaking broadly, Lenin’s Bolshevik approach could be considered top-down, imposed by government and its seized industries, and Mao’s “Marxism-Leninism with Chinese Characteristics” might be considered bottom-up, a …

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