My position has always been that I’ll put my book The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business against any of the books published by the World Economic Forum losers any day of the week as a strategy guide for the future, and it will win every time. It is undoubtedly true of the books by Klaus Schwab. I’ve read them all and have considered them the work of an insane lunatic hell-bent on taking over the world. But one thing I was reminded of by Alex Jones in his new excellent book, The Great Reset, was the motivations behind Yuval Harari. I have read some of his books, but I’ve always blown him off as background noise of progressive nonsense and a person obsessed with a false historical narrative designed to manipulate the world as Carroll Quigley did in his Tragedy and Hope. In the case of Harari, the modern version of Tragedy and Hope, his thrust is that only through cooperation does the human race advance, so if the world managers want to control the course of history, then the good bureaucrat essentially seeks to force collaboration between people to provoke the proper outcomes. In all cases with these Desecrators of Davos people, they expect to be more educated than the average person so nobody will ever question their flimsy view of the world and will think of them as geniuses, which includes people like Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Larry Fink and many others who make up the audience of Yuval Harari.
My policy is always an open invitation to these Desecrator types. I’ve seen their guest lists, and nobody is attending the World Economic Forum in Davos that I expect to lose a debate against. I wrote my most recent book as I watched the Desecrators of Davos types move against an America First Trump Presidency in 2017 and 2018. In my book The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business, I talk about the future of artificial intelligence in far more accurate ways than Klaus Schwab and Yuval Harari in placing the technocrat as the future of all mankind. They couldn’t be more wrong, and they certainly don’t understand the power of the individual. Their concepts of mass collectivism, which go far beyond the ridiculous limits of Karl Marx, are childlike and extremely naive. But because they have gained access to money and influence, and in human societies, those tend to be the default modes of operation that make people into kings, which we have yet to evolve beyond as a species, then the smoke screen that they can build as members of the wealthy elite is that they know something that everyone else doesn’t know. And the truth is, they don’t. They are all indeed like the wizard in The Wizard of Oz; they use their money to buy influence in the world. They use special effects to appear smarter and more intelligent than the rest of society. But really, they are just feeble losers hiding behind a curtain that a simple dog could pull away their concealment to reveal the truth. There is nothing about the Desecrators of Davos that is all that special. They have simply taken advantage of gullible people from the position of concealment to appear to be bigger and better than they really are. That is until you actually read their books and argue with them. That’s when people like Yuval Harari shrivel away under the weight of intellectual scrutiny. When pressed with reality, they can never answer the questions because their thoughts are entirely products of the safety of their academic vacuums, which formulate outside the reality of truth.
My position has always been that it’s the individuals who develop great methods of leadership who make the world spin, not the forced technocrat strategies of forced cooperation, for which the United Nations has built its entire existence, and force global corporations to adopt the same methods for their basic survival. There is a reason that most large companies are brain dead from the beginning to end of their organization charts because they have lost leadership ability. Their blind trust in the ridiculous claims people like Yuval Harari make about human cooperation has cost them billions and billions of dollars in revenue. To cover up their mistakes, they more fully commit to the failure to hide them from the world. And in this way, most major corporations have fallen into the trap of adopting failure to cover up their mistakes in following these losers at the World Economic Forum. The Disney Company finds itself in just such a place now that, obviously, the world isn’t going to accept woke politics as its reality in America. And the rest of the world is following the populist path as well. The books of Klaus Schwab and Yuval Harari will not be accepted as the thought of a global people. Only the suckers who are bad managers themselves who join the World Economic Forum hoping to hide like the Wizard of Oz just how dumb and cowardly they really are as managers that collectivism becomes their security blanket. In my book and most of my work, I argue that problems must be faced, like a gunfighter in the street fending off bad guys. To do that, you must have courage, leadership, and know how to identify a bad guy. In the case of Yuval Harari, the bad guys trick everyone into the street unarmed and shake hands to make peace and avoid the need to have a conflict. Meanwhile, the bad guys get a free hand in the town to do as they please, which is why the world is as bad off as it is now.
I can’t recommend the new Alex Jones book, The Great Reset, enough. For people who don’t want to read all the ridiculous books of the Desecrators of Davos, Alex does an excellent job of putting them into one book their true essence. His book is a one-stop shop pointing out the dangers of globalism, as is the clear intention of Schwab and Harari, who then lead many of the world’s billionaires to a promised land of guilt, hiding in their own way. When you make enough money like the Zuckerbergs and the Gates people do, the George Soros types, and the Larry Fink manipulators at BlackRock, then there is always a danger that they might be able to buy the loyalty of nations through some indirect means. And to hide that tendency from themselves, they always find themselves attracted to people like Yuval Harari and are more than willing to twist history and perspective into pretzels to help hide the guilt of their own faulty existence. It would also be my argument that some people are too smart to become rich, like Bill Gates, because there is a cost to that wealth. I certainly wouldn’t be willing to pay it. When you have that much money, there are always people who want to be near you all the time. In the case of Donald Trump, he thrives in those kinds of environments. But I wouldn’t trade him places any day of the week. Time to your own thoughts in your own way of achieving them is far more valuable, and I think people who are shopping at Walmart and Target and getting chicken sandwiches at Chick-fil-a are far more intelligent than those at Davos. But unlike those Desecrators of Davos, they don’t have the luxury of the money to buy their innocence and attempt to trick the entire world into believing they are something they aren’t. The ultimate truth is that people can still see the broken-up people behind the curtain and aren’t fooled.