The annual World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland, has just wrapped up after a focus on a “Fourth Industrial Revolution” and other issues the global elites consider important to the entire world community. But an insider who once set up such conferences, has held a United Nations post, mingled with the top players in Washington and lists multiple foundation board memberships on his resume warns “old-fashioned values” are being left behind.
“I think we’re moving in the direction of more and more globalism, which I would distinguish from globalization, which is more an integrated kind of trading and investment pattern,” said Theodore Roosevelt Malloch. He said the elites’ discussions of problems and solutions have taken on a global tone, as epitomized by Davos. “There’s more and more emphasis, particularly in the developing world and in Europe, not necessarily in the U.S., unless you consider the Obama administration indicative of the emphasis, on one-world solutions, on UN solutions, on unitary solutions,” Malloch said. FULL REPORT