Klaus Schwab, the founder of the World Economic Forum (WEF), said people must now adapt their behavior in favor of state surveillance in a modern world of ‘total transparency.’
The proponent of “the Great Reset” made the comments in an interview with Swiss television, which was recently unearthed.
“In this new world, we must accept transparency, and I’ll even say total transparency: Everything is going to be transparent, and you have to get used to it, you have to behave accordingly,” Schwab said.
“It becomes, how should I put it, integrated into your personality, but if you have nothing to hide, you shouldn’t be afraid,” Schwab added.
Schwab’s comments sound like the birthing of a global social credit score system.
A social credit score system, much like the one in communist China, would rank people by their conformity to government demands.
Last year, Klaus Schwab proclaimed China’s surveillance state as a “role model” for other nations, which the WEF is now pushing.
“I think it’s a role model for many countries,” Schwab said.
“I think we should be very careful in imposing systems. But the Chinese model is certainly a very attractive model for quite a number of countries,” Schwab added.
In 2019, Schwab wrote that ESG scores are necessary for stakeholder capitalism.
“‘Stakeholder capitalism,’ a model I first proposed a half-century ago, positions private corporations as trustees of society and is clearly the best response to today’s social and environmental challenges,” he wrote.
“We should seize this moment to ensure that stakeholder capitalism remains the new dominant model.”
Meanwhile, the WEF is “accelerating” the implementation of the Globalist Agenda 2030 and is behind the push to reduce car ownership by 75 percent by 2050.