The sequel to his
is the Great Swindle...
Klaus Schwab's 'Great Narrative'
for the Global Borg...
Every civilization is built upon layers of mythology. In his recently published book, The Great Narrative, the founder and chairman of the World Economic Forum, Klaus Schwab, promotes a new global mythos based on empathy and cooperation.
This is remarkable considering that five years ago, in The Fourth Industrial Revolution, he calmly explained that successful societies of the future would be "smart" termite colonies crawling with bipedal cyborgs.
Then a year and a half ago, in Covid-19 - The Great Reset, he declared that the COVID-19 'pandemic',
...making way for a polycentric technocracy - possibly run on a Chinese digital currency.
Because most of us don't want to become gene-edited, neuro-enhanced, bionic welfare recipients put out of work by robots, and because his accent sounds like zee Stasi villain, Schwab has become a magnet for blame and popular hatred - a fascist to some, a communist to others, a technocratic mastermind to most.
Now, as if we all forgot our suspicions, he's calling for a new narrative, a great narrative, where all you need is love:
Knowing that Klaus Schwab controls the premier globalist ideological hub, the World Economic Forum - which exerts tremendous influence over our politics, especially through donors, and over corporate culture through boards of directors - his "great narrative" is a grave concern.
It signals a strategic moral framework, meant to manipulate leaders and masses alike, wherein willingness to submit is good and refusal to comply is evil.
While Schwab (and his consistently ignored co-author, Thierry Malleret) act as if their message of empathy and cooperation is a radical new paradigm, they're drawing from a deep well of evolutionary science and philosophy.
The broad theory holds that Darwinian evolution has produced two general survival strategies:
Both traits are expressed, in varying proportions, in pretty much every organism.
The key to this theoretical framework is this:
These metaphors reflect our human reality quite well, but the meaning shifts under the pen of a globalist technocrat who's hell-bent on spreading hyper-connected "public-private partnerships" across the planet - a blob-like, digitized superorganism that consumes everything in its path.
For those struggling against global technocracy, "cooperation" means capitulation and "empathy" means pathological altruism.
Herr Schwab's Transhuman Fantasy
The Great Narrative hinges on five core themes, all familiar from Schwab's previous books,
Sounds great if you want a trode in your dome, but many of us aren't too thrilled to fuse our bodies and brains with the machine.
To understand the deep mythos behind the Great Narrative, you have to look back to Schwab's thesis in The Fourth Industrial Revolution, published in 2016.
He argues that innovations from the previous three industrial revolutions - the mechanical (steam engine, railways), the electrical (lightbulbs, telephones), and the digital (computers) - are culminating in a fourth that will transform humanity itself.
What does this mean in practice?
Despite the book's calm, dispassionate tone - one that suggests an AI simply scanned Schwab's brain and translated his thoughts into text - from time to time the reader gets slapped with a jarring example.
Schwab is particularly obsessed with,
Schwab writes about surveilling human movements with RFID chips as if he were predicting warm weather this summer.
You see, zee forced industrial revolution,
What sort of changes...?
The 52-page appendix, comprising nearly a third of the book, gives us a good idea.
The list begins with "implantable technologies," then strolls cheerfully through,
The authors don't specify where surgeons will stick this device, but I have a suggestion.
They go on to write:
In this cyborg scenario, the "positive impacts" of implants include a "reduction in missing children."
So if parents don't want to be negligent, they should chip their kids.
Then last summer, Schwab quickly penned Covid-19 - The Great Reset - so quickly, you'd think he already had his outline ready to roll.
In this slim volume, he openly declares a global initiation rite into the fourth industrial revolution:
While humans were robotized, the robots were humanized:
Without shame, The Great Reset celebrates this unprecedented "opportunity" to accelerate the,
To the extent Schwab laments what's being lost, he does so like a grinning paleontologist digging through a pile of Triceratops bones.
Swindling' Schwab is Lookin' for Love
The term "pathological altruism" was coined by Barbara Oakley in a 2011 volume by the same name.
The idea is that human kindness can veer toward the suicidal - anything from becoming a love slave to serving dictators. In predatory relationships, your conscience can be weaponized against you.
Although The Great Narrative is allegedly based on conversations with,
...it's such a tone-deaf attempt at milking human kindness, I wonder if Klaus Schwab asked an AI text-generator how to make people stop hating him...
In addition to "conspiracy theories" and job-killing automation, the book's central concern is 'climate change' (aka global warming) - an "existential threat" that only experts can detect, and only global compliance can fix.
The key is to increase empathy and cooperation through story-telling.
Schwab pays special attention to "dystopian visions" and "implicit biases" about out-of-control technology.
So the technocrat who infuriated half the planet by promoting brain chips and global governance is now urging his minions to spin cosmic propaganda...
To be fair, Schwab does express concern about,
But his solution...?
More technology, stronger government, and tear-jerking stories.
Anyone familiar with Big Tech surveillance or drug cartel murder porn would read this as utter nonsense - but only because they don't understand the "wiring" behind our empathic "circuitry":
Therefore in order to compel cooperation, authorities must trigger the public's empathy circuits through "pro-social policies."
One specific approach was formulated by Raghuram Rajan.
Otherwise, you risk a "populist backlash":
Something tells me that neither the World Economic Forum nor China will be adopting "inclusive localism" anytime soon.
To understand the point of this rhetoric, just imagine a world where the populist West has dropped its defenses while elites spanning the globe strengthen theirs.
Ultimately, the idea of globalists manipulating empathy to weaken their opponents should be as infuriating as the desire to jab skulls with brain chips.
Not that ol' Klaus has forgotten about those:
According to Swindling' Schwab, The Future™ is an "inevitable" technocracy...
After peeling away the absurd warm and fuzzies, his Great Narrative is,
Call me a cynic, but the final scene of his cosmic narrative doesn't look so great.