The Religion of “Davos Man”
By 1987, Klaus Schwab had expanded his vision to cover the entire world, necessitating a new name for his organization. The type of people who flocked to his gatherings were all of a certain type, as noted by political scientist Samuel P. Huntington in 2004. He called the stereotypical participant a “Davos man”: men and women who see “national boundaries as obstacles that thankfully are vanishing, and see national governments as residues from the past whose only useful function is to facilitate the elite’s global operations.” One of the hallmarks of a modern Davos man is an unflappable belief that science backs all of their goals. But only “correct” science. As we discussed with Dr. John Hunt last week, the results of any study that disagrees with orthodoxy are set aside or branded as heretical.