The World Economic Forum’s 2023 event is not just extremely tight on security, but also media if Klaus Schwab’s response to an independent journalist is anything to go by.
Of course, for an event filled with unelected bureaucrats dictating the direction of the world into a digital dystopian nightmare, any opposing views would be a big no-no.
The vitriol for alternative media became painstakingly apparent when independent journalist Masako Ganaha confronted Klaus Schwab in Davos.
During the encounter, as shown in the video, Ganaha asks Schwab if she can ask him a question. He stops, acknowledges her, and then begins to walk away.
Ganaha persists as Schwab walks off, asking, “can I just walk with you and ask questions?”
A few seconds later, Schwab stops, turns back to the journalist, and asks, “Which media are you with?”
Ganaha responds, “I am an independent journalist…”
Before Ganaha can even finish her sentence, Schwab snaps, “NO THANK YOU,” before scuttling off with his entourage to clamber into a big back SUVs.
Another example of disdain the WEF has against independent media came when journalist Jack Posobiec was briefly detained and thrown out of Davos by a police force sporting World Economic Forum logos.
Reuters fact-checked the incident later, claiming the WEF doesn’t have its own police force, but they only wear WEF badges while the event is going on. Oh Right…