For this article, we would like to take our readers back to the year 1938 in Nazi Germany. This year saw a Fascist Dictator named Adolph Hitler rise to power. The year 1938 saw the following events unfold. Hitler abolishes the war ministry giving him direct control over the German military. German troops occupy Austria, followed by the annexation of Austria by Germany. There was the invasion of Czechoslovakia, the expulsion of 12,000 Polish Jews living there. In addition, 17,000 Polish Jews living in Germany were deported to Poland, and thus the began the Holocaust on November 9th with Kristallnacht, also known as the night of broken glass. The all-night affair saw Nazi activists loot and burn businesses resulting in 7,500 Jewish businesses destroyed, 267 Synagogues burned, 91 Jews killed, and at least 25,000 Jewish men arrested. The year 1938 was the spark that lit the raging fires of World War II. This era is considered to be one of the most horrific periods of the 20th Century. This singular point in time scarred the lives and worldview of many who were part of this historical moment.
It is important to understand this period because Klaus Schwab was born on March 30th, 1938, in Ravensburg, Germany. Very little is known about his childhood. The only available information is that his father was a businessman who went over the border to Switzerland, leaving him and his mother alone in war-torn Germany. A young Klaus Schwab grew up and was influenced by these events, especially the notion of borders, destruction, and death. On the other end of the spectrum were Adolph Hitler’s aspirations in his desire to take over the world, ushering in the Third Reich that would reign for one thousand years. As Klaus Schwab grew, he lived in a country that used a police state built on fear and violence, brown shirts and operatives, surveillance, brainwashing and control, propaganda and lies, the merger of government and businesses, eugenics, dehumanization, and a focus on hygiene.
Today Klaus Schwab heads up the World Economic Forum and is the Great Reset’s driving force. Our next article will delve into the Great Reset or aptly stated the Blitzkrieg of the 21st Century. For this article, we need to explore Klaus Schwab’s mind to see if we can draw parallels in his thinking to the events that shaped his life in Nazi Germany.
Klaus Schwab wrote many books, including his latest book published in 2020 called Covid 19: The Great Reset. We would now like to delve into some of his thinking, which spans many years of his career. To begin, Mr. Schwab seems to be fascinated with transhumanism, where he sees a merger of humans and machines whereby in his own words, will be “curious mixes of digital and analog life.” He delights in “sensors, memory switches and circuits that can be encoded in common human gut bacteria” and that “Smart Dust, arrays of full computers with antennas, each much smaller than a grain of sand, can now organize themselves inside the body” and that “implanted devices will likely also help to communicate thoughts normally expressed verbally through a built-in smartphone, and potentially unexpressed thoughts or mood by reading brain waves and other signals.” With these ideas, one cannot help but think of Joseph Mengele, also known as the Angel of Death, who conducted medical experiments on the Jews in concentration camps.
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