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Ep. 232 Behind Klaus Schwab, the World Economic Forum, and the Great Reset: Part 3

Bob continues his series on Klaus Schwab, highlighting examples of Schwab’s influence on world leaders, and reading excerpts from his book on Covid-19 and the Great Reset.

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About the author, Robert

Christian and economist, Chief Economist at infineo, and Senior Fellow with the Mises Institute.


  1. Not Bob on 03/09/2022 at 8:58 PM

    Great episode. I think this is very important to understand these people. Most or all of them (not sure, as I don’t know the higher-ups) really believe this stuff. It’s not a conspiracy in the sense of people sitting in a dark room and twirling their mustaches.

    They’re zealot technocrats. I know a lot of types like that from growing up with them. These are smart kids with PhDs in math, physics, or engineering. They’ve got their life under control and they solve problems all day long with “science.” Thus, they conclude, all problems in the world would be solved if only the “rational science people” were in charge of everything. When that happens, everything goes wrong, but this is blamed on the populace not accepting the “science” enough and “not following orders.” This is exactly what happened under socialism. This is the essence of technocratic hypocrisy and belief.

    These people are all socialists, too, though they all deny it. “I’m not socialist, I just advocate the government own the means of production! I’m actually really pro free-market, except in every aspect of life!” Most of my friends are like this. They’re financial consultants, engineers, and can’t believe other people aren’t just “rational” and “figure this out.”

    That is why so many technocrats and scientists believed in socialism when every normal person could see it was a massive failure. Their faith in “experts” and “science” (in quotes, because of course expert means “agrees with me” and science means “says what I want” to them) prevented them from seeing the truth in front of their own lying eyes.

    It’s a weird brainwash thing, too, where they change their opinion 180 degrees in 2 sentences IN WRITING, and when you point this out, they accuse you of lying or misinterpreting the thing they literally wrote down 2 sentences ago.

  2. Tyler Folger on 03/10/2022 at 3:02 PM

    Ludwig Von Mises said that society must choose between free market capitalism and Socialism. Any middle ground is untenable and the underlying logic of it will inevitably lead you to one side or the other.

    I wonder if Bob sees us at a similar crossroads here, where we have to choose anarchism or global totalitarianism, and that no in-between position is sustainable.

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