The streets of Davos are lined with billboards, signs and corporate displays adorned with messaging styled in the manner of the United Nations' Agenda 2030 during the World Economic Forum's gathering in Switzerland.
“We must build a world that works for progress, people and the planet,” a sign featuring a quote WEF chairman Klaus Schwab reads. To learn more about the WEF and it's vision for the future, watch the first episode in Rebel News' docuseries examining The Great Reset at ExposeTheReset.com.
“Sustainable solutions for earth, for life” says another sign from Korean firm Hanwha, a proud 10-year partner of the WEF.
Another promotional piece from German software company SAP, captured by Rebel reporter Lewis Brackpool, outlines the company's assertion that it is “Bringing the planet and profit together,” with a play on words saying “This is economics,” highlighting the tech giant's commitment to the environment.
The street sporting all of these slogans in the quaint town, however, is lined with old-fashioned gas guzzlers, including luxury cars, idling taxis and military vehicles.
What's that other famous line again? You'll own nothing and be happy?
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