If there's one thing the politicians, businesspeople, corporations, athletes, influencers and celebrities attending the World Economic Forum have in common, aside from their invitation to the exclusive event, is their passion for virtue signalling.
Rebel News U.K. reporter Lewis Brackpool relished taking in the sights and sounds of this virtue signalling during a tour through Davos, the small ski resort town that hosts the WEF's annual gathering.
Brackpool is also the host of a new Rebel News docuseries focusing on the WEF and its plan for a “Great Reset”. To see the first episode in the series, and to support the production of this kind of content, visit ExposeTheReset.com.
“Powering an inclusive future,” reads a sign posted in the town by multinational tech giant Cisco. “I'm so bored of it already,” sighed Brackpool as he was inundated with the messaging while travelling through the town.
“Come and enjoy the flavours of Arabia, compliments of the Saudi people” Brackpool read on a window as he passed by a shop. “Let's not talk about the human rights issues, of course,” he mused.
Another piece of signage, posted out front of the Panorama Cafe Restaurant exclaiming that the “Equality Lounge @ Davos” was “The Place for Conscious Leaders.” Just one catch on that equality part, you'll need to have three doses of a COVID vaccine before you can enter many of the exclusive events.
Brackpool filed a full report from his experience walking the proverbial strip in Davos.
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