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On last night's episode of The Ezra Levant Show, Ezra wrapped up Rebel News' journalistic mission to Davos, Switzerland to report on the annual gathering of oligarchs at the World Economic Forum (WEF), where they discussed how to "rebuild the trust" of everyday people.
The WEF is a for-profit organization cooked up by a man by the name of Klaus Shwab. Ezra said that Schwab fits the caricature of a supervillain so closely that it seems unreal:
His father was a Nazi industrialist, a factory manager who went to Germany to help Hitler's war effort. He went to Germany to run a factory and Klaus Schwab himself obviously learned from his father. Klaus Schwab was affiliated with the CIA. Like, if you were to write this script, a Hollywood agent would say it's too on the nose. You can't have a supervillain-looking guy with a German accent who dresses sometimes like a space alien whose father was a Nazi. No one will believe you. It's just too far.
Although many crazy conspiracy theories are floating around the internet with little base in reality, some conspiracy theories have turned out to be true. Jeffery Epstein, his private island and ring of pedophiles is an example of this. Ezra gave his take on conspiracy theories:
But I say to my team, there are so many insane things just lying out there unreported that we don't even have to dig hard for, no need to indulge in conspiracy theories, the world is crazy enough. And that's my approach to the World Economic Forum, what this supervillain Klaus Schwab says, and what the other oligarchs he meets with are saying is so outlandish and so dangerous, that simply reporting the truth is shocking enough.
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