35 Burst results for "World Economic Forum"

'The Bodies of Others' Author Naomi Wolf on the War Against Humans

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:12 min | Last week

'The Bodies of Others' Author Naomi Wolf on the War Against Humans

"Return with Naomi wolf, her brand new book, the bodies of others, the new authoritarians COVID-19 and the war against the human. Now, Naomi, when you say the war against the human, this is where I see this extraordinary convergence. I mean, because we're living in such bizarre times, but when you leap to this idea of the war against the human, you're positing humanity as a good thing. And you're saying that those on the other side, these authoritarians are somehow wittingly or unwittingly anti human. Just talk about that for a moment. Sure, and I have sadly a ton more evidence of their war on humanity since the time we last talked to Eric. It's truly terrifying. So in my book, I make the case that, as I mentioned, these bad guys, right? This loose alliance of the World Economic Forum, the Chinese Communist Party, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, governments, and big tech used the pandemic of the last two years and used medical or public health messaging as cover for the real intentions, which we're seeing play out now. They were pretty successful. Their real intentions were to dissolve human civilization and to weaken human beings. And to transfer assets and power and control from human beings as a group, but especially from the middle and working classes to them themselves. And they've been largely successful. Let's just take two examples. The lockdown directive, right? It didn't help the data and it didn't help in terms of stopping the spread. It totally helped in terms of crushing businesses that couldn't afford to stay closed for 6 months a year. Over a year, small businesses, mom and pop shops, small landlords, but Amazon is open, right? Etsy is open. So you saw these companies go up 20 to 25% market share. And people's people's habits completely changed.

Naomi Wolf Alliance Of The World Economic Chinese Communist Party Melinda Gates Foundation Naomi Eric Bill Etsy Amazon
ARE YOU a CITIZEN or a SUBJECT

The Officer Tatum Show

00:56 sec | 3 weeks ago

ARE YOU a CITIZEN or a SUBJECT

"I want you to understand that there are people on the left, whether it's the world economic form, some of these elites, some of these globalists that actually want you dead. I would have never talked about this stuff, probably a year or two ago, but it's out there. It's out in the open. It's not conspiratorial. When people are openly talking about it, people at the World Economic Forum as a matter of fact. They're literally trying to starve some people to death. As a matter of fact, I did a podcast on this called or entitled, how did you kill a billion people? I want to, I want to talk about that and I want you to be prepared. But the question at hand is are you a citizen or are you a subject? Because I'm telling you right now, you're going to have to fight like hell to make sure that you remain a citizen or or I would even go so far as to say that we've gone so far left with these left wing radicals in charge that we may have to fight to become citizens again.

World Economic Forum
Why Is Our Country Falling Apart?

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:58 sec | Last month

Why Is Our Country Falling Apart?

"Why is this happening? Is a question I receive a lot. Why is it that our country is falling apart? I have a different point of view. Yes, we are being infiltrated. Yes, the World Economic Forum is attacking us. Yes, we have been infected by the mind pathogen that is known as wokeism, all of that is true. But I would argue that this is happening because we're allowing it to happen. What's happening in our country, the intentional destruction of America is largely thanks to our own deliberate inaction. You see, courage is the most important virtue, because without courage, there are no other virtues. Moral courage is the most necessary, yet absent characteristic in men, George S. Patton would say. Courage is a virtue that allows all the other virtues to exist.

World Economic Forum America George S. Patton
Charlie on the World Economic Forum and Detainment of Jack Posobiec

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:25 min | Last month

Charlie on the World Economic Forum and Detainment of Jack Posobiec

Live From the First Principles Forum: Charlie Talks 'The Great Reset'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | Last month

Live From the First Principles Forum: Charlie Talks 'The Great Reset'

"Your new book just came out. The great reset. Yes. A lot of people have heard the term. A lot of people to understand what that term means. So let's go through some definitions. We want to touch on the great reset. And I want you to tell us what a globalist is. You got it. Great to be here, by the way. I love Indiana. I grew up in Illinois right across the border. Any other refugees from Illinois? Yeah, I'm talking about freedom lovers that found a better place. So we'll get into the great reset in a second, but many of you don't know this, we have term limits in Illinois. But it's different than most states. It's one term in office one term in jail. So when we ask for our governor's cell number, we actually mean a cell number. If you're there last night, you got to hear that twice now in the last almost three times, all right, Mike and the last 24 hours. It works every single time. So honored to be here, I love Indiana. So the great reset. It's a very real thing. It came after the Chinese Fauci coronavirus. The World Economic Forum wrote a booklet called pushing towards the great reset. But first, let's talk about the world what the World Economic Forum is and what the world health assembly is. So the World Economic Forum is an organization that meets in Davos, Switzerland every year. They're actually just concluding their meeting right now. This is celebrities, heads of state, heads of business. They get together to try and further globalize the world. So what does that mean? A borderless, one world currency. They have stated aims and objectives, what the great reset is and what they think the world is going to look like in the coming decades, if you will, in 2030 or 2040. Some of their goals are so provocative, I personally believe it's called hiding in plain sight. So my belief is that it's so hard to grasp that their communication strategy is that instead of doing it and kind of smoke filled rooms, they just put it on a website. And then they say, oh, it's not news. It's come on, it's right there on the website. And you read this stuff, you're like, oh wow, you say that we're going to own nothing, and we're going to be happy by the year 2030, like that's really creepy. On their serious. And they're very serious.

Illinois World Economic Forum Indiana World Health Assembly Davos Mike Switzerland
Marc Morano, the Founder of ClimateDepot.com, on 'The Great Reset'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:25 min | Last month

Marc Morano, the Founder of ClimateDepot.com, on 'The Great Reset'

"Okay, let's talk about your latest thesis. This is the scary phrase, the great reset. Will you map for us how this where does the great reset come from as a concept whose propagating it? And how does it overlap with and how does it meld with COVID Wuhan and the lockdown restrictions? Can you make that connection for us Mark? Well, yeah, so first of all, if you go back to tsarist Russia, you had Vladimir Lenin who, according to reports, popularized the phrase worse is better, the worse, the better. One of those are one of those are the key phrases. And that was your original concept of a great reset. In other words, you want as much turmoil and disruption and calamity in a society in order to collapse it so you can rebuild it in your image. So where we get fast forward to modern times, the climate movement was chugging along getting nothing done, essentially. I mean, they tried to get UN Paris agreements and then Donald Trump pulls us out and then the U.S. ends up leading the world and reducing CO2 which is they couldn't get anywhere in polling. They didn't get anything to Congress. They were stuck with a regulatory state. So they were struggling. COVID comes along and they realize that the COVID lockdowns were exactly what they've wanted for climate for decades. It was exactly what they wanted. Stay at home, limited travel, planned recessions to fight climate change. Well, this was a government planned recession that attempt to crush a virus, even though it didn't work. So what happened was the world economic format of Davos, which has been around since the early 1970s founded by Klaus Schwab, which is, you know, people call them, some people try to claim he's a capitalist. He's a corporatist globalist elitist who wants a collusion between government and corporate. He actually wants the corporate world to control government. And he's done a pretty good job of trying to make that happen, especially what we're seeing in the Netherlands right now. With their leader who's a stooge of the World Economic Forum. But essentially, they spend COVID lockdowns hit by June of 2020. Just two months after, they came out World Economic Forum and announced now is the time for a great reset. We have a very rare and narrow window of opportunity to reset capitalism as we know it. And they wanted to use that moment where everyone was essentially crushed, vulnerable, and the whole world was at a standstill to then quote build us back better under a great reset.

World And Reducing Co Vladimir Lenin Covid Wuhan Klaus Schwab Donald Trump Russia Mark UN Paris Congress U.S. World Economic Forum The Netherlands
Sebastian and Marc Morano Discuss Little Greta Thunberg

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:05 min | Last month

Sebastian and Marc Morano Discuss Little Greta Thunberg

"Mark murano author of the great reset. Welcome back to America first. Thank you, Sebastian. Happy to be here. All right, we have so much to discuss, especially with regards to a certain article from the United Nations. You sent me last week that very rapidly soon after you discovered it was memory hold like something out of George Orwell's 1984. But let me start at the beginning. What's happened to little Greta Thunberg, she was such the darling of the western elites, even when she, what was that thing she did with a yacht she crossed the Atlantic and then flew back or her team flew back on carbon emitting jets. She kind of disappeared or she still out there wagging her finger at us. Well, she's still around. And yeah, this is a reminder. She said she was in, I guess, America. And she said, I have to get to over to Europe. How am I going to do this? And someone said, how do you know there's an invention about the Wright brothers came up with an airplane? You might try that. But of course, you said she couldn't. So she came up with a fossil fuel made yacht with a whole crew that ended up flying back and forth to man the lot. Yeah, so it was a massive virtue signal of nonsense, but there she was on the yacht trying to avoid the airplane to send her statement to the world that she wasn't going to embrace a modern airplane because it was too evil to the planet. The clips you showed were actually from the summit I attended last fall in Scotland, it was at the United Nations climate summit. And she actually, we support, I supported gretta's comments. She was calling the United Nations process blah blah blah. In other words, what we did face a climate catastrophe and we had to rely on the UN to save us. We'd all be doomed 'cause all they wouldn't do is impose socialism and authoritarian and as a modest. Of course, she actually hurt critique of the UN and the EU and the World Economic Forum. They don't go far enough. So she's out there, but we do support her message that these are illegitimate and fraudulent institutions who don't appear to be what they say they

Mark Murano Greta Thunberg United Nations George Orwell America Sebastian Atlantic Wright Europe Gretta Scotland UN World Economic Forum EU
John Zmirak Describes the Left's Desire for a Hacienda Society

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:18 min | Last month

John Zmirak Describes the Left's Desire for a Hacienda Society

"What is Starbucks, Microsoft, Google, the World Economic Forum, the Ivy League Pope Francis woke evangelicals, what are they all doing together, whether they are conscious of it or not. They are trying to unfound the United States of America as you and I know it and replace it with something that's sociologists call a hacienda society. Hacienda NDA. A hacienda is something in Latin America, especially, but in any society that's an oligarchy. The hacienda is represents the one to 2% that have all the money and all the power and all the influence, but in these societies, it also has all the real legal rights. If you're not part of that 1%, you don't even really have legal protection. You don't have free speech. You don't have gun rights to self defense. You don't have rights to assembly. You don't have religious freedom. You don't have any of the things in the Bill of Rights in the Bill of Rights, which are natural rights that God gave us. And the constitution was simply meant to guarantee. In a hacienda society, the only real false human beings are the aristocrats living in the hacienda and the guards working for them out in the guard. Okay, but if people can't remember the word hacienda, ladies and gentlemen, let's make it super clear. There are effectively two ways of seeing the universe. One of them leads to American style, self government, liberty. It is imperfect, but it can be beautiful and it has been beautiful and it can get better. And it comes out of a biblical worldview, the dignity of human beings, the respect for the idea of freedom for a real understanding of what liberty is, it's God honoring. The other view says effectively, there is no God. We can be as gods. It's all about power. We reject truth. We reject the God who claims to be truth. Both of these views lead in different directions.

Pope Francis World Economic Forum Ivy League NDA Starbucks United States Of America Latin America Microsoft Google Assembly
"world economic forum" Discussed on The Financial Guys

The Financial Guys

04:27 min | 2 months ago

"world economic forum" Discussed on The Financial Guys

"That's what the Democrats are. They are cockroaches. They don't want to work. It's never about anything about being self dependent and working hard and building yourself. It's all about taking over your house. They don't want to build their own house. They want to take over your house. They are. Around. I welcome the financial guys podcast, one wiggle and Mike lomas. We are the financial guys, of course, on the financial guys media network, radio shows, podcasts, and social media presence and much more. So check it all out on the financial guys dot com. We are going to be all over the board today. I want to talk about the World Economic Forum because I've been meaning to talk about this for the last couple of weeks, but we never had a really a chance because we've been obviously fed multiple shootings, unfortunately, a buffalo followed up by Texas followed by Texas. And before we get to the fourth economic forum, I did want to follow up on some of those some of the new information that's come out in regards to the Texas tragedy. This kid had red flags as usual. Of course. He was not bullied, apparently. He was a bully, or tried to be a bully. According to one of the students. So one of the students spoke out, and now you're starting to get some more information. On Saturday's radio show, you know, I said I wanted to withhold judgment on the officers because something just didn't seem right. And sure enough, you know, days later find out here that the officers were told to stand down and not really stand out, but treat it as more of a, just a barricade situation as opposed to a hot situation. The lack of communication, again, there has got to be some level of accountability. How could that be? They were calling 9-1-1. Right. What was that not getting back to the commanding officer and the police officers on the ground that there are people alive in that room? A wife got in touch with her husband. Thank God. He was aborted and got out of his haircut and went down himself and took care of things. But how in the world? And how is this not a number of level one investigation with all this information being very transparent? So parents, teachers..

Mike lomas Texas World Economic Forum buffalo
Tracking Your Carbon Footprint Is the New Surveillance State

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:04 min | 3 months ago

Tracking Your Carbon Footprint Is the New Surveillance State

"Carbon footprints. Well, that's where the World Economic Forum is spreading, sending a lot of their attention. This is kind of a language pattern. You're going to start to see. NBC News says stop having kids. World Economic Forum boasts about how we're going to have trackers following your individual carbon footprint play cut 41. We're developing through technology and ability for consumers to measure their own carbon footprint. What does that mean? Where are they traveling? How are they traveling? What are they eating? What are they consuming on the platform? So individual carbon footprint tracker. The environmental issue is a gateway for a surveillance state for a social credit system and for depopulation. You can justify any of the long held tyrannical aims and ambitions of the regime under the excuse of the climate.

World Economic Forum Nbc News
The Great Decline: Will the Human Species Be Able to Continue?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:03 min | 3 months ago

The Great Decline: Will the Human Species Be Able to Continue?

"Economic Forum is meeting about all sorts of different issues, renewable energy and the environment are forefront issues. They're talking about mass migration and how they're going to support zelensky, some of the news out of yesterday is that zelensky has said that he wants $5 billion a month, that's right. He wants $5 billion a month from the world that we must now subsidize the entire Ukrainian government that the Ukrainian government must become a proxy state of the American regime in the west. So a lot of this is unfolding. Right now, in Davos. But if you look carefully and if you look closely, there's something that is missing from the conversation amongst the world's elites. In fact, the opposite is actually happening. They are addressing an issue completely and totally incorrectly in the wrong way, and it's an issue that impacts every single person in the world. It's an issue that's happening in front of our very eyes. And in fact, if you go back a couple years on the Charlie Kirk show, I remember we did this podcast back in June or July of 2020. Remember exactly where I was. I was an Aspen Colorado. Where we did this podcast warning about the looming catastrophic and immediate population collapse that is happening in the west and around the world. Put simply in plainly, we are not having enough children. Birth rates are plummeting in the industrialized world. Now we need to ask ourselves the question why are people having less kids? We're going to explore that throughout this hour. But how often do you hear your Republican politicians or people in the news media dive into great detail about the looming population catastrophe in front of you, the disintegration, if you will? Of our ability to continue our species as we know it. The World Economic Forum is talking about every possible fringe issue. But the issue that is front and center, the issue that is so clearly in front of them that they are ignoring is, will our species be able to continue?

Ukrainian Government Zelensky Charlie Kirk Davos Aspen Colorado World Economic Forum
 Kremlin critic Browder urges squeeze on oligarchs' enablers

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

Kremlin critic Browder urges squeeze on oligarchs' enablers

"Kremlin critic Bill browner wants governments to step up efforts to get to the riches squirreled away by Russian oligarchs and linked to president Vladimir Putin at the World Economic Forum in Davos browder told the AP the oligarchs have lots of money right in front of our eyes Since Vladimir Putin took power he and the thousand people around him have stolen a $1 trillion from the Russian state The early investor in post Soviet Russia says oligarchs aren't naive They've set up structures to protect themselves browder's idea to force the people who set up these structures The enablers the lawyers the accountants the trustees under law to become whistleblowers to the government There are sanctions against oligarchs but browder says it's only scratching the surface There's only 35 oligarchs out of a 118 who are on the Forbes list who have been sanctioned by the either the U.S. EU UK

Bill Browner Browder Vladimir Putin World Economic Forum Davos AP Russia Forbes U.S. UK
Davos climate focus: Can 'going green' mean oil and gas?

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Davos climate focus: Can 'going green' mean oil and gas?

"Government and corporate leaders at the World Economic Forum are debating whether oil and gas companies can or should be part of the future transition to renewable energies such as wind and solar The questions both practical and urgent as Russia's invasion of Ukraine has forced many countries that have depended on Russian oil and gas to make swift changes to energy supplies many energy experts argue that viable alternatives are already in place for example the costs of wind and solar have come down considerably in recent decades while efficiencies of both have dramatically increased at the same time other less mature technologies have promised but need massive investment to develop I'm Charles De

World Economic Forum Ukraine Russia Charles De
2500 Years Ago, Aristotle Articulated What We're Living Through Now

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:13 min | 3 months ago

2500 Years Ago, Aristotle Articulated What We're Living Through Now

"So Aristotle, 2500 years ago. I think better articulates part of what we are living through right now than even most commentators in the media. So Aristotle talked about things that do not change. So knowledge of things that do not change is wisdom. There's practical knowledge, and then there's knowledge that is eternal. That is rooted in the natural law. That is one of the reasons why when Aristotle was rediscovered and kind of restudied, if you will, by Thomas Aquinas and many others, there was kind of this constant through line of the classics to the Bible to practical judgment or prudence today. So Aristotle writes in the politics. He says, tyrants aim to break the spirit of their subjects. They know that a poor spirited man will never plot against anybody. A tyrant second aim is to breed mutual distrust. This is 2500 years ago. He was writing. Tyranny is never overthrown until people can begin to trust one another. And that is a reason why tyrants are always at war with the good. Tyrants feel that good men are dangerous to their authority. Not only because they think it shamed to be governed, despotically, but also because of their loyalty to themselves and to others and because of their refusal to betray one another or anybody else. The final aim of a tyrant is to make sure that subjects are incapable of action. Nobody attempts the impossible, therefore no one will attempt to overthrow the tyrant or the tyranny when all are incapable of action. So let's just kind of summarize some of that as we talk about the World Economic Forum and the world health assembly and Joe Biden, who is a tyrant. That's kind of just recap that first they want to break your will. The second is, they want to breed mutual distrust. And then the third is that they want to make you incapable of action.

Thomas Aquinas Aristotle World Health Assembly World Economic Forum Joe Biden
Dr. Naomi Wolf Outlines the Unconstitutional WHO Treaty

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | 3 months ago

Dr. Naomi Wolf Outlines the Unconstitutional WHO Treaty

"This is a guest I've wanted to have on for quite some time. Someone who has just been one of the most articulate and courageous communicators during all of this nonsense that we lived through at the last couple of years, as she is the author of an upcoming book, the bodies of others. The new authoritarians COVID-19 and the war against the human. It comes out in just about a week, and I want to ask her about all sorts of different things. It is the wonderful doctor Naomi wolf, doctor. Welcome to the program. Thank you so much for having me. Thank you. So I want to just dive right into it. Something's happening rather consequential in Geneva in the coming days. Tell us about what's happening with the World Health Organization world health assembly. Is this an attempt to try to usurp our sovereignty? All the warnings you just heard are absolutely correct. They're not exaggerated. And we need to be extremely, extremely worried. No alarm is too great for what we're facing. She was incredibly out of summary of the danger, but basically I've got a chapter in the bodies of others explaining that the nation state is the one thing, a nation state with secure borders, you know, I'm pro league of immigration. I'm the daughter of immigrants, but the globalists absolutely love dissolving national borders and they love weakening people's allegiance to their local or national identity national language, national culture, erasing national histories. And the reason they love it is just what we're seeing with the World Economic Forum. It makes people weaker at the grassroots level and empowers these oligarchs. And so it's a 1000% correct that if the U.S. becomes a signatory to the World Economic Forum proposal treaty, we can expect to see mercenaries on our shores or we can expect to see as miss bachman pointed out U.S. Military doing the bidding of the

World Health Organization Worl Naomi Wolf Pro League Of Immigration Geneva World Economic Forum U.S. Bachman
"world economic forum" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:29 min | 3 months ago

"world economic forum" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Com. I'm doctor Dave black, reminding you that your first vote is at the ballot box, but your second vote is with your wallet. Make sure you go to second boat dot com and subscribe now using promo code Charlie for just $40 for a whole year. That second vote dot com promo code Charlie. So at turning point USA, we are always on the front lines. We have front lines of drew Hernandez. He's actually going down to the border right now, so we're right on the front lines of the American border where our elites should be focused. We also have the amazing Jack posobiec out in Davos, Switzerland, and we were about to have Jack on the program, but he just got detained by World Economic Forum police. The World Economic Forum police with some pretty heavy machine guns. Jack is just there as a journalist on behalf of human events daily and turning point USA on the post millennial, all the great places that he contributes and writes at. So Jack will be joining us once he is able to break free of detainment, but this is a pretty important thing. That turning point USA is doing. We are on the front lines of just trying to ask questions of what's happening in Davos, Switzerland, and not just ask questions the elites, they're going to have chauffeured cars and all that. But ask questions maybe of the media, a great clip from rebel news, which I have a lot of respect for at a Canada. They just went up to a New York Times reporter. I'm like, why are you not actually doing investigative reporting here? Why are you just kind of like whining and dining with the elites? It was a beautiful clip. So let's actually play the audio clip. This is why Jack can't join us yet. We think he's okay. Thankfully he's not in Iran. He'll be able to get his way out and negotiate his way out. We believe, let's play the clip here of Jack posobiec being detained by the pretorian guard of the World Economic Forum. Journalism has no place in the great reset play tape. Can I ask you guys you can you please stop filming that we can talk? Why do I need to start filming? Because I ask you to, it's my personal right because I don't like to be filmed. It's a ride in Switzerland. If I don't want to. But can I ask why he's being detained then? I won't point the camera too then. I won't film you, but I would like to know why this journalist has been detained on public property. What was detained? Can you explain the word? He's being surrounded right now. We're just making a normal police control because you know it's worth everything is very simple. He specifically was targeted. There is a reason because we have to have a reason to control a person. I don't have to tell you that that's the difference between an American constitution republic and a European centralized control democracy. Do you see why I'm so clear about why America is not a democracy? You know why I push back when people say we are democracy? That's what happens when you get a democracy. Democracy is if enough people want to shut you up, Jack possibilities no longer has rights. Now Jack is not a citizen of Switzerland, fair enough, but he came there legally. He applied for the right credentials and if journalism is not going to be allowed in the European member countries, Switzerland is kind of its own deal..

World Economic Forum police Jack posobiec Dave black Jack drew Hernandez Davos Switzerland America Charlie World Economic Forum New York Times Iran Canada
The WEF's Goals Pose a Specific, Targeted Threat to the American Way

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:48 min | 3 months ago

The WEF's Goals Pose a Specific, Targeted Threat to the American Way

"In Davos Switzerland right now and everything that impacts your pocketbook and your livelihood actually goes through Davos more than Washington D.C.. The puppeteers of Joe Biden the people that are actually pulling the strings are the ones right now in Switzerland. Unfortunately, because America is not as strong as it once was, especially under this president. There's more power being concentrated in the hills of Switzerland than in our own land. Now the power in America could be re invigorated almost instantaneously. With proper leadership and proper vision. But here's the 8 predictions for the world for 2030. Now, they changed some of the branding and some of the wording. Because it was a little bit too, let's say it was a little bit too spicy. Number one, you'll own nothing and you'll be happy. This is a goal, a prediction by 2030. Now they word it differently on their website as of today. They say all products will have become services, quote, I don't own anything. I don't own a car, I don't own a house, I don't any apply. I don't own any appliances or clothes. Shopping is a distant memory in the city of 2030, whose inhabitants have cracked clean energy and borrow what they need on demand. It sounds utopian until she mentions that her every move is tracked and outside the city lives in swathes of discontent and the ultimate depiction of a society splits into. The second one, there is a global price on carbon. China took the lead in 2017 with the market for trading, the right to emit CO2, setting the world on a path towards a single carbon price and a carbon tax. Goal number three, which is the U.S. will no longer be the world's superpower. U.S. dominance is over. We'll have a handful of global powers. Nation states will upstage to come back. And America will no longer be the world's superpower. Western values will be have tested to a breaking point. What are western values? Separation of powers. Consent of the governed. Western values are what keep us together. Western values are the best way to design and run a civilization. Some people say, well, Charlie, how dare you say western values are better than other values. Well, I think it's a good thing that we have the presumption of innocence. I think it's a good thing that we have a protection of individual and constitutional rights. Western values are derived from the teachings of the Bible. They are human rights. Western values respect the right to speech assembly to run for office, independent judiciary, that not one person should be able to control. There's western values are that the few should not be able to rule the many, but the many should be able to rule the few.

Switzerland Washington D.C. U.S. Davos Joe Biden China Charlie Assembly
"world economic forum" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | 3 months ago

"world economic forum" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"But what's interesting about the World Economic Forum is they hide in plain sight. You see, instead of trying to do it all secretly, the elites of the world said, well, what if we actually lead with our greatest vulnerabilities? You see, the World Economic Forum led by Klaus Schwab, a German engineer, they engage in their activity in forums and in panels and speeches instead of smoke filled rooms or private meetings. Those happen as well. But you see, they've decided to design a paradoxical communication strategy. Where the treachery is televised. Listen to Klaus Schwab and cut three, say the future here is built by us by a powerful community as you are here in this room. The stakeholders of larger communities as we collaborate. Now for those of you that are James Bond fans as I am, I love the James Bond series for a variety of different reasons until they've gone woke, which seems they are going woke. There is a, I think rather entertaining and well written James Bond film called Specter. The villain in that film is acted out by an individual by the name of Christoph Waltz, who is also German, and he dresses the same as Klaus Schwab the entire movie is about how the world elites all meet hiding in plain sight at opera houses and other public areas to design how they are going to take over the world. Play cut three. The future is not just happening. The future is built by us by a powerful community as you here in this room. We have some means to improve the states of the world, so that we act all a stakeholders of larger communities that we serve not our only self interests, but we serve the community and second that we collaborate. Straight out of central casting for the Bond

Obama World Economic Forum Klaus Schwab David plouffe Valerie Jarrett David axelrod Greta Thunberg United Nations assembly U.S. Leonardo DiCaprio Davos Switzerland
The World Economic Forum Hides in Plain Sight

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:15 min | 3 months ago

The World Economic Forum Hides in Plain Sight

"But what's interesting about the World Economic Forum is they hide in plain sight. You see, instead of trying to do it all secretly, the elites of the world said, well, what if we actually lead with our greatest vulnerabilities? You see, the World Economic Forum led by Klaus Schwab, a German engineer, they engage in their activity in forums and in panels and speeches instead of smoke filled rooms or private meetings. Those happen as well. But you see, they've decided to design a paradoxical communication strategy. Where the treachery is televised. Listen to Klaus Schwab and cut three, say the future here is built by us by a powerful community as you are here in this room. The stakeholders of larger communities as we collaborate. Now for those of you that are James Bond fans as I am, I love the James Bond series for a variety of different reasons until they've gone woke, which seems they are going woke. There is a, I think rather entertaining and well written James Bond film called Specter. The villain in that film is acted out by an individual by the name of Christoph Waltz, who is also German, and he dresses the same as Klaus Schwab the entire movie is about how the world elites all meet hiding in plain sight at opera houses and other public areas to design how they are going to take over the world. Play cut three. The future is not just happening. The future is built by us by a powerful community as you here in this room. We have some means to improve the states of the world, so that we act all a stakeholders of larger communities that we serve not our only self interests, but we serve the community and second that we collaborate. Straight out of central casting for the Bond

Klaus Schwab World Economic Forum James Bond Christoph Waltz Specter
All Eyes Are on Davos, Switzerland

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | 3 months ago

All Eyes Are on Davos, Switzerland

"Lot to go through this week, action packed week, and we are going to start with the most important thing happening in the world right now. All eyes are on Davos. Davos is a mountain town for the elite and the ruling class in eastern Switzerland. When you hear about Davos in the coming days, it is the meeting of the World Economic Forum. The World Economic Forum is a member organization of prime ministers of heads of government of treasury secretaries of celebrities, business leaders, people of influence who want to remake the world in their image. You heard president Donald Trump back in 2016 say over and over again that we need to stop globalism. Well, Davos is the center of global government. Davos is where the most powerful people in the world engage in almost sandbox type behavior and they throw around ideas on how they want the world to operate. Some of them might seem radical at one period of time and then all of a sudden we go through something dramatic and unprecedented and those very predictions that were made years prior all of a sudden seem to be in closer grass. We're going to go through in great detail. What is the World Economic Forum? Who's in charge of the World Economic Forum? What are the stated goals of the World Economic Forum? Because right now as we are doing that program, this program, they are whining and dining and having martini hour and champagne sipping, enjoying how the global agenda in some parts of the world is closer to being ushered in. The World Economic Forum has some specific stated goals.

World Economic Forum Center Of Global Government Davos Switzerland Donald Trump Treasury
 Zelenskyy urges 'maximum' sanctions on Russia in Davos talk

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Zelenskyy urges 'maximum' sanctions on Russia in Davos talk

"Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky has called for maximum sanctions against Russia during a virtual speech at the World Economic Forum gathering Zelensky says sanctions need to go further to stop Russia's aggression including an oil embargo all of its banks blocked and cutting off trade with Russia completely zelensky as his country has slowed Russian advances and his people's courage has stirred unseen unity of

Volodymyr Zelensky Zelensky Russia World Economic Forum
"world economic forum" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

03:08 min | 4 months ago

"world economic forum" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"And I have lots of Friends, a majority of Friends. Who still don't really get it. I can't believe it. But they're still my Friends. This is what would Jeff do is you need to get on a bracelet. Yeah, get on the bracelet. Get a tattoo. Just go with this. Look at my wrist. What would Jeff do? Jeff, I know. Yeah, it's fascinating. It's like, you know, when the people say the thing go, we're still early. That becomes more apparent. The further we go down this rabbit hole. You realize that the profound effect that this technology or idea is going to have on so many people and like you, I want to get that in front of as many people as possible, help them learn and understand this. And I guess this is the best vehicle for it. It was a great vehicle. But again, it's easy for us to become the message. Yeah. And then when we become the message, when somebody questions questions, the idea, they question us at the same time. And that's what that's what becomes the polarization. Do you think another reason for the polarization is? Well, I think most people in society much wider than Bitcoin see things breaking down. And see there's a real issue. And then the solution to that issue is really different between like polar opposites and people are into Bitcoin. And do you think that it's like, if you question what I think is sort of a Salvation, then I'm going to fucking fight you. That's what I mean. They become embedded in the message instead of instead of the idea. So let's just explore MT and what that idea would take us to. Without the insanity of the position, just to explore it as an idea. And just ask yourself, can that idea is that idea congruent with the free market and a whole ideas? Or is it not? And realize that the free market is us, it's our ideas. So if there's something that has to stop that, then it comes at our expense. And so where does that where does that go? How do you rectify that problem? And so I can easily talk about, okay, all of these ideas. Without disdain for different people and everything else and investigate them to their root cause. In fact, even if you looked at the World Economic Forum, and what you'd hear in bitcoiners and everything else, imagine Klaus came up with this idea that I had at the same time. Imagine if he realized technology is deflationary and exponentially so. And through his organization, imagine if he said, oh my God, this is going to leave a whole bunch of people..

Jeff World Economic Forum Klaus
"world economic forum" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"world economic forum" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We'll do what we can in New York we're going to extend the commercial addiction moratorium. President elect Joe Biden is considering Governor Cuomo to be his attorney general that, according to a person familiar with the matter. Cuomo is a former attorney general of New York state, and he joins a small list of other candidates who Biden, his wing. Include Alabama Senator Doug Jones, U S Circuit Court Judge Merrick Garland and former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates. Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick, Take Howard by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg. Best Bloomberg. Best is about the insight in the context that we get from our guests. It's a great way to catch up on some of the stories you might have missed on the Bloomberg stories you're not going to find in any other news organizations. Bloomberg best Bloomberg's best stories of the week Howard by 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries around the world. Met Baxter and I'm Denise Pellegrini on this weekend edition of Bloomberg best. You have to be a decision maker, what it takes to get invited to the World Economic Forum. We can shapes the future in a positive way. If you have also new, innovative ideas, the founder of the World Economic Forum says some slots get held open for young, unheard of innovators. I was one of the first principles to see him when he came out of prison, and 90 and Klaus Schwab uninviting Nelson Mandela all this and more coming up in the next hour of Bloomberg best. And going.

Bloomberg Bloomberg Quick Governor Cuomo Joe Biden New York World Economic Forum Deputy Attorney General Judge Merrick Garland Howard attorney Susanna Palmer Senator Doug Jones Klaus Schwab Sally Yates President Alabama Nelson Mandela Baxter Global News founder
"world economic forum" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

07:21 min | 2 years ago

"world economic forum" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"And then policies really about outcome says you said that has to really look at what the outcome saw and how that is ultimately. Impacting humans, and then the third component data's transparency covers that raw materials converted to that outcomes. and then ultimately, I would imagine you know some sort of an update mechanism. Right. As things change you have to you have to probably go back and look at the analog continuous faces a building on your point, and you you pretty much like what some arises. Physically disease our church I would say the first one is say such vacation for that use case. As, Ben would move onto overuses the as you're saying is how to make sure that the system even assuming that the system is complying. With our definition and principals, how to make sure that each we. Each remain compliant across time and they're obviously you have to have some kind of revision of of the system across time and that's something we working on now twelve like annual review on minute beaver right time actually might be more less but we working on this aspect does what right now? Right yeah. So I want to get into the pilot project that you have reimagining regulation for the say. And this sponsored by the government of new, Zealand and you say government officials throughout the world are increasingly aware of both the opportunities and bliss associated with the I at urge to act as a is influence source over society increases at a fast pays you want. Do you want to lay out what the pilot project is flanked accomplish differently. So the first project that towards his casino was is incurring comes to short condition and. That's that's my over project museums, and here it's been about how do you Grades Your Regulatory Framework? For the Hov in here I, just want to be really clear with people is Minerva challenges that were lighted here. Was Ready to privacy are pretty wild defines I'll say there's nothing really really new here but some dimension. Of Complexity think about the black DACA blackbox aspect and zone on. So my periods of grading doesn't mean starting from scratch from beyond it's really about what is the existing review friend wars what olds or Nova gap sorry. How to address these gaps and that's why the project is really all about, and then in that if forts would use, it s why don't you find out safe free focused areas that requires for awards in neighbouring long-term that upgrade but I want conversation and that's again that may be trivial but that point is really important. Confusion regarding what is I? What what he what he's really doing whatever challenges that comes with and we think that the significant need for a conversation bringing Ole segment of society and coming to Time I. What is a I-in? is liffey more tour how to use that towards for Being. And that's really the key I. Focus area. The civil one is around central fixing. Once we have established a lack of expertise weaving governments that's not across governments, incomes of ai or the technical aspect but also the policy aspect he ever questioned was really how do you establish In increase Gorman capabilities and expertise on A. Both technical and police suspect what you create an eternal task force and we working out how that that's for she operate in be coordinated across agreements. Last but not least is really about the risk assessment aspects and risk benefits as always like to say abusively were only risk won't be using. So vasant benefits laterally important to to keep you see mine. And it's been about venture between risk and benefit. So what designs? A brisk benefit trim works specifically for government use of algorithms because using governments wants to a AI bars domains to improve. Services also like overtook governments across awards and won't. Empower, them exercise by designing benefit risk assessments when a one design used search tool. Right yeah. Yeah. Yeah. might be of regulation that and I like that you know it has to be designed as risk management system. And at not as set of rules because those rules may also have unanticipated impacts Sure you know a a time of implementation and the things are changing I. I also worry about over I want to get your perspective wanders you know the people involved in. The design of the regulatory framework for this emerging Avia. they may be bit of touch right I'm talking about you know the politicians. And the policymakers ultimately responsible for putting this into action Many of them did not go up with they I and I would argue most of them are large percentage of them don't really know what they I mean so. And so so going back to my original question we could devise good frameworks they could devise good ideas principles. But. Then you come to implementation would be would be would be succeeded there. What's your perspective? Well I I I would like to change that assumption as a few single actually visit more and more about what is a I in government, but also whatever changes thanks to a great work of researchers. In academia both from social sciences, end from the time were broadly. And that knowledge now is being accused and shared with policymakers the witnesses Grenier rights. Many of them are nuts. Out Say. Even like the term native but I would say that Donald proficient technically in machine learning. Team much aware of whatever challenges. So that's the first point. The point is that's enough. So that's why we cannot really design some policy putting these insulation. It has to be to ordinary Ford and going back to my experiments we the companies involved we have leading Dainik involved at providing expertise sites along the way. So that's not working relation. So I think that we we have done reasonable job. Sorry at addressing some of the pitfalls that you just you know touched on yet. Yeah, and in the despite it project is really good and am gratified New Zealand is.

Ben Zealand AI bars New Zealand Gorman Ford Grenier Dainik Donald
"world economic forum" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

07:14 min | 2 years ago

"world economic forum" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"May have very different outcomes. Something goes wrong and that's that's that's quite obvious right? ray of ruined guy and enforcement Serena cyclist fighter. One Guy can be a you can put his life you know a sixty issues. But here, what went trust your by distinguishing between cases? It's easier events. I defy already to risk and then mitigate them so. The the use case based based approach. And so so. You correct me if I'm wrong but you suggesting is the reliability of facial recognition technologies cast a high level of uncertainty It seems to work very well for as you say, maybe white male recognition, but it doesn't so much for for other demographic characteristics. and that may be because the systems are you know essentially learning from patterns fed to it? So photographs, and so it might be just a planning set that might be dominated by a certain certain types of people and so so. So how do you mitigate that issue that it is you know it's not necessarily going to be there to live or on on items that it hasn't seen actually So that's a very, very good question and here is I just want to zoom out and entry on low That's that's right timing. Basically. YOU UI like one of the issues related to the data that I really want to strategy sport. The policy challenges to Fisher condition on nuts a simply shoes of data training if it goes way beyond this. So, the first elements of mythology is called a defined defining what is responsible use of that technology in that they were use case or context, and here we are drafted principles for action giving. Let's mcgeough Rico. What is responsible us. Official Commission technology to board a plane or. Or for the medical context or for marketing about the retailer, you should get some to shop tomorrow. What is a responsible use difference use cases? So the definition variants, that's the first Then as you're going to go to get closer to your point venue of a set of best practices that have drafted four designer with system insane once we agree. That definition has been set by armored stick grew. Once we agreed we can move on on some kind of inclinations and the best recipes are really for the productivity and saying check in as you said, one of them would that apply to be really careful about which mission of a fewer of your data assets and how for the graphics representatives make sure next from consents make sure that you are. Not, only issue operated with a rookie data make sure you're compliant beyond so on and then the top of this have drafted kind of set assessments to the are that enables practitioner in companies to self assess themselves to make sure that the using this responsibility. Yet so the the definition of you. Let me ask you this offering one of these shoes and people get the regulations in a minute. One of the Hughes's that this is a changing technology. It's actually exponentially changing. And so what would definitions we may have for responsible use today maybe either invalid or outdated by tomorrow so You know this is sort of a dynamic situation. So how do you handle something like that? I'll say that's that's That's interesting point. So here, I would say that's I I is we are. We fever some kind of outcome based regulation. It means that Webber Mitch focusing on the That his dress address and less on the needs does. Go to become ridiculed in a minute here. Just means that the very concerned that we have related to that technology are likely to be stable One of them is Louis Communication. We are concerned make sure that the discriminated against and that concern is unlikely to change anytime soon. Right so that's Right. I can owning a new privacy. Consent and so forth. So I will say this concerns pretty stable. We are, and then the question of how do you enforce a what kind of tools you create to make sure that address and here you're you're right. You're have a moving target here the voting. Verse Level of complexity here. How can you address address swim? I'm just going to give you a corporate example on blue flu management's use case with that huge community story that expert community over a year to a year to move from defined design, and then assess, and now into aspects we off concert loop that fridge mentions three mentions in terms of addressing disconcerts or first one is basic data governance yet. Once you define what is good. Governance of a data, you go on to actually design the tooling here web design crosses designing process, and that's where it's the complex but looking at what kind of processes get ensure song that governance of the system. The second dimension is performance and here it's really about nuts. So much establishing your start because that's not our road. That's one of the Lakers and big gators guts at least creating some requirements of transparency regarding the actual performance of Assistant will get to what the system is actually doing and when neighbors look to the system that may know again, output issue makers belong. That's is likely sorry and last dimension. The of assistance is, how would you design a system that empowers users concrete example again, a report how can you inform me? Hope no homage adventure for me that lane is social technology. Then reasonable after not settled for go through that. Lane. Is Very like human prisons or alternative. Things working properly and soil. So web designing set of processes that lamented should which gate of mentioned? Okay okay, and so I'm not an expert at this law. So from my perspective what I what I'm taking away from this. Sort of regulation based on based on Fuss Principles, which is our data governance. So really kind of looking at the raw materials that could be used for lots of different use cases in the future, you have to have some kind of robust governance around that..

Fuss Principles mcgeough Rico Lakers Webber Mitch Official Hughes Louis Communication
"world economic forum" Discussed on Scuba Shack Radio

Scuba Shack Radio

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"world economic forum" Discussed on Scuba Shack Radio

"A couple of weeks ago. I was watching one of the national news. Networks install a scroll along the bottom that the United States ranked thirty second globally on fostering effective energy transition. So I wanted to find a little bit more about that. Thirty seconds doesn't sound like a good number. The insight report is from the World Economic Forum whose tagline is committed to improving the state of the world. I guess they have a committee on shaping the future of Energy and materials and have been producing this report since two thousand fifteen report is fifty two pages. Long I downloaded and it's packed with information. Data and charts. And it's very interesting. It takes time to digest. This report is an annual benchmark of energy systems across countries measuring their transition speed and direction overall. The report says progress is slower than is needed to achieve the Paris accord targets but significant progress is being made globally. That's good the rankings. Are based on something called the Energy Transition Index or e. Ti and the E is broken down into two sections one the current energy system performance of the country and the enabling environment in that country for energy transition. Some of the basic statistics included into report are that it covers one hundred fifteen countries and that accounts for ninety percent of the global population ninety three percent of global energy and ninety eight percent of the global GDP pretty extensive table. One ranks all the countries. Sweden is number one and it's followed by Switzerland Finland and Denmark. There are two countries from the g twenty in the top ten and they are the United Kingdom at number seven in France at number eight. The report says ninety four countries have improved their E. TI in the last six years sadly the United States is not one of them. I went back to the two thousand and nineteen report and so all the US ranked twenty seven back. Then so we're dropping while a score for current energy system performance state flat. We dropped three points for our ebeling environment for energy transition. Our political climate has direct impacts on our actual environment our second straight year of decline after three previous years of a positive direction. So who improved in twenty twenty those were Argentina Bulgaria China Czech Republic Dominican Republic India Ireland Italy the Slovak Republic Sri Lanka and Ukraine. Even though India and China are improving. They are still pretty low. At seventy four in seventy eight they specifically called out Brazil Canada Iran in the USA as being stagnant or declining another interesting finding is that energy importing countries are improving while energy. Exporting Countries are falling behind. I WANNA take a couple of minutes to discuss a couple of Items they outlined as the imperatives for energy transition the first one is regulation and political commitment many countries have adopted net zero emission goals unfortunately the largest energy consumers or amid of greenhouse gas have not been include Australia Brazil China India Russia Saudi Arabia and the US. Another imperative is capital investment. Unfortunately this is likely to slow given the current cove in nineteen crisis to wrap this up. Please consider going out to the World Economic Forum website and air. You can download the full report. It really has a lot to offer. Hopefully the United States will start going in the right direction again. Being number one on this list is something. I think that we can all be very proud.

United Kingdom United States Argentina Bulgaria China Czech World Economic Forum Sweden Australia Brazil China India R Slovak Republic Sri Lanka Paris India France Italy Switzerland Finland Ukraine China Denmark Brazil
"world economic forum" Discussed on Insureblocks

Insureblocks

09:40 min | 2 years ago

"world economic forum" Discussed on Insureblocks

"To looking business model looking at governance. Why the rules of the road? What what what rules dictate. Who gets what. Who PAYS FOR WATTS? Data standardization commercial models? You can go and read. It covers why you need to look at durability of in commercial model perspective when you get in bed with others in building blockchain solutions and then legal framework. You know. They're still legal. Barriers to blockchain deployments so legal interoperability. Having frameworks in place that allows organizations to design blockchain solutions that can be international flight. I'm when you talk about supply chains right it so international. Ah many times cross borders so all of that is important and I want to say believed when you say you know. It's like almost three hundred pages. It's it's a big piece of work which also means it's the most comprehensive ps of our unblocked in deployment that you can find out there today so we're very happy that we could bring these based practices. You know everybody in an open source way but I want to not have it scare you guys from going using the toolkit the idea is that you know this kid can be used out your journey of using blockchain's it also caters for all functions. That if you are on the legal side of business or you an operations it allows you to go to that part of the toolkit kit that you We'll find most relevant or wherever you are in your journey. Whatever your role in the organization whenever role you play within blockchain right. You might be a node you might be a application user. There's there's there's so many different rules of in blockchain so it really also caters different use cases so it allows you to Inter and use the part of the tool that's most relevant for you and I would also say that you you shouldn't see these are all as risks or or like musings. Blockchain brings a lot of blockchain. And what your eight year can and your operations and others will do is the same as you do with any other enterprises right. So the same Riga. Re- regis approached the same Compliance than you would have to meet with any other. Enterprise requirement is the same of blockchain on top of being a force there are some nuances but the toolkit lists all of that out so you can have a look at what really applies to you and you know you don't know would you know so using this. Is the minimum safety. Checklist can help you avoid costume. Mistakes at a later point and I it is very very comprehensive. Document was a lot a lot of an amazing insights into it and it is easy to read as you said you knew you can just click on the sections that are the most relevant to you but I wanted to spend just a little bit more time regarding governance because that is the one area that we've also had financial blogs has been when the key stumbling blocks died. People have when they started a block team project. Now be curious to get. Your view is is your opinion that is such a stumbling block. Because you know we're dealing with daytime we're still not quite sure. In what is the value of daytime? And how if it is shared with an party do I lose ownership of it and what that means or is it because I can enhance it? That we all can win. Is that one aspect or is the other aspect people sometimes look at governance on blockchain. Was something completely new when we forgot we have had governance models for the last hundreds and hundreds of years up further and that the Swiss for example having unique in a way of governing themselves university are different cantons and the United States has got one in many other countries. We've seen through history also a different governance miles. So why is it seems to be unique or different in blockchain so good question and we'll also put a big emphasis on governance because that is where we've seen a lot of blockchain projects full over you know. Many organizations do proof of concepts and it doesn't go anywhere on governance working with your ecosystem agreeing and aligning on on key aspects of who gets power. Who GETS TO PAY WHO GETS VALUE? That's that's the tough part right. That's the that's really difficult. We interviewed a more than fifty consortium. I'm through this project so really could get a lot of insights you know. It's a complex. It why is it the difficulty? Why doesn't work? It's there's a lot there we can speak our about down to you. I would break it down to a few viewpoints one people on very good and companies on very good about talking about governance early on. They're not very good about having those conversations with their neighbors or the person they like or don't like so many times. These governance issues on just not thoroughly address are not well thought out. So that's I would say one piece of it on the second of is that blockchain is The decentralized nature of blockchain does bring nuances. So if you think about every company and the explanation I gave Ginning. Every Organization have their own ledger and they. They can make the rules in their own ledger. The way they wanna make it when you have when you talk about decentralization. You talk about everybody owning a piece so if you have a shared lajor ride everybody has a nude is sort of. Has that shared later that you participating in so what you find. Is that with blockchain technology you now have competitors working together on bowling system or investing in the same system for the first time go look at some industries you can find examples necessarily of where competitors or upstream and downstream suppliers in Arizona and vertical supply. Chains have worked together in the past. Now you actually in basing bullying assistant together so the questions around who pays for what those are tough wishes and then who pays for what who values from it so if blockchain is really solving a problem and assuming them blockchain is bringing extra value. It's increasing the pie rightful that ecosystem. Who gets what allocation of the PIE. Who gets what share. How do you make sure it's fairly allocated those are tough questions and I think domain to lead the other problem is that blocked in really requires a paradigm shifts? You know many of you year about the part of the problem is that the problem is that the way that companies are still evaluating the benefits of a new system is. They're looking at it from their own. Roi Perspective Right. If I'm a private company whose reporting to Wall Street I'm looking at. What does he do to my own revenue bottom line? I'm looking at its own share price. I'm looking at evaluating the Roi of Blockchain from my company perspective. So that's the first problem you have. A blockchain is that organizations on adjusting. How they look at the value of blockchain. Because it's distributed you can't evaluate the of of blockchain from looking your own. You need to look at the value. Extra brings to everybody. And that's a difficult thing to do or companies. We not trained to do that right. We didn't think about it that way. So you set yourself up to fell from the beginning when you just look in your own silo look at it. Urine Sino when it's a big -nology that's supposed to be distributed bring benefits to the wider ecosystem and then when you evaluated like that of course the rules and the governance and that discussions that will come out of that is not going to be the right type of discussions It's really going fundamentally back to. What is the technology? And what can you do to the wider industry and looking at value rules and decision making decisions accordingly? And not just to aid your own bottom line. It's it's it's really a paradigm chimed issue. We had Stephanie. Herder who I understand is a a contributor to the World Economic Forum. You know on our podcast to podcast. Where she she explained some of these points but I do take comfort in the fact that there is hope supply chain industry. We just need to look back. I think with the nineteen sixties when there was the standardization of containers where we're containers standardized between port authorities ships trains and also the trucking industry all to agree on what is appropriate size of of containers. So it is possible that there is between these where companies can think outside of just in on their own four walls if you want some. So that's that's really good but the other point I went to to bring about with you is is around digital identity. Why what do you feel? This is important and what has been some of your documents keen.

blockchain World Economic Forum United States Re- regis Riga Stephanie Arizona Ginning
"world economic forum" Discussed on Insureblocks

Insureblocks

08:39 min | 2 years ago

"world economic forum" Discussed on Insureblocks

"Cover your host for this podcast. We'LL BE DISCUSSING. The World. Economic Forms Blockchain Development. Toolkit was a special focus on supply chain. And I'm very pleased to have not yet Hewitt blockchain and Technology lead the World Economic Forum. Nadia thank you for joining us today. Could you please give us a brief introduction on yourself and on the World Economic Forum highly? Everybody thank you for having me. Yes so I'm a project lead at the World Economic Forum and in Blockchain and digital currency and I'm based in San Francisco. So most of you will know the will become a forum for Davos that takes place every January in Switzerland basically the World Economic Forum is the International Organization for public and private sector cooperation with a mission to improve the state of the world. I'm being headquartered in San Francisco. We focus on full. Industrial Revolution acknowledges. So what the Economic Forum refers to as those technologies? That's a foundationally changing our world. So blockchain artificial intelligence And so on and the office open years ago to address governance gaps in those technologies. I'm so while I work with those technologies while key. Focus is blockchain technology. Excellent Excellent Absolutely love your job. It sounds amazing. So as it is customer here intial blogs. Could you please explain to our listeners? What is blockchain? And how does it work? Yeah so because we'll speak about the toolkit today that has its supply chain focus lately me explain that maybe taking a bit of a supply chain links if you don't mind of course so yeah so good also covert happening. I think even for those of us not in supply chain. Everybody is sort of a little bit more alerted to what Luke like ride a month. The typical supply chains. You Star says he gets a broader audience. These days can relate to supply chain given we've all been looking for And everything else in stores so a typical supply chain normally involves a lot. Hundreds thousands of business transactions every day. And you think about supply chain that goes down to purchase order a scale you level as to where is that item in the supply chain upstream downstream you have hundreds and thousands of transactions. You typically have many parties involved in a supply chain if you think about a product. Moving from raw material suppliers manufacturers factories through to retailers importers. And then you're in customer so there's a lot of hand over point so as this product traveled from its origin to its final destination supply chain. There's many organizations involved and each of these organizations holds its own truth about that products journey and truths means basically. Where is the product What all the relevant necesary. Prominent information about that product in that stage of the journey and we can refer to those as les jours Lasers being where that each of those organizations keeps information about products journey so that multiple agers or that version of truth doesn't necessarily align across the supply and you can imagine if you you can have some you know as many as thirty or more hand over points food and into supply chain in in those handover point. There's a lot of blind spots. It often leads to error. delays and distant fans manually. Typing in you know information in your own ledger in your own system can lead to errors. So blockchain is being referred to as distributed ledgers technology. I'll use those terms interchangeably. Even though there are some differences but blockchain sort of a subset of distributed technology can reduce these complex via lateral communications information links by providing a single shared ledger so distributed means that what I see is with UC because we all tapping into a single shared later and that helps that my choose is your tube and we have a shared truth. We also I'm blockchain has a set of unique characteristics. You also if you going more technical individual see that blockchain that distributed ledger is also immutable. So it's very hard to change or a reverse. Once transaction has been written on blockchain. You know many referred to it's sort of a temper. Evidently Jer so that that feature will so means that it increases the transparency and the trust that many complaints in the data. Because it's not that easy very was impossible for somebody to go and change what has been written upstream in the supply chain. And then you know there's other Megan `ISMs that's important to understand Actions in blockchain typically confirmed by all participants through consensus Megan which of further uh strengthens sort of trusted. Truth that we looking at and then there's also other aspects security and resilience the fact that you don't have one centralized server that can be attacked by you. Know Cyber mini talk about cyber attacks. We you have multiple notes. Everybody's sort of having assured version of truth everybody tapping into that shared later. It also means that there's benefits in terms of security resilience etcetera so We can get more technical go there. But as it pertains to supply chains then those characteristics of blockchain helps with Increase transparency increased resiliency and really at the end of the day business building. Trust the data into supply in clean exactly are thank you very much for the definition now on the twentieth of April. Which has she's like just under three weeks ago. The the World Economic Forum published its World Economic Forums Blockchain Development. Toolkit supply chain focus. Did you give us an introduction on how this toolkit was built? Why was it built? And what is it same? Yes so we are very excited about the the to kick the blockchain deployment toolkit in happy to speak to you today about it so the timing was was quite fortunate. We did accelerate the release To make it happen now because of everything that's been going on with covert and supply chains as the woulld. You know both future systems as we really used the momentum to revisit on improvements needed in both pandemic and endemic responsiveness in readiness. But really also take a more long-term look at supply chain systems and many of the weaknesses that have been exposed the last few months so we wanted to make sure the forum that this tool kit is available. It's freely available online so that it's available for organizations to use as they embark on this journey with with improvements in supply systems but regionally the reason for the toolkit and maybe they need to do a brief introduction. So the Duke. It is is a gold standard in blockchain deployment. So let's say you have a business problem. Which is a real problem and that they wear blockchain. Technology is the most appropriate technology. You now have to do the hard work you have to Deploy blockchain solution right. So you have to bring your ecosystem together. You have to.

World Economic Forum blockchain Blockchain San Francisco Nadia Hewitt Davos les jours Lasers Switzerland Industrial Revolution International Organization Luke Jer UC Megan Actions
"world economic forum" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"world economic forum" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Live at the World Economic Forum this morning because of course it's in Switzerland and so the time is different and allowed me to listen from Davos it was so good yeah it was so it was scripted any was kinda off script because he would do thrown and like tremendous in huge yeah every once in awhile casting and the you know Greta it was there in her dom Beijing sweat is that why it why can't they put her in like Dick and can sell McCarty not give her something organic to wear seriously because she's always wearing that base sweat suit or just some sort of drowsy and sweat pants and looks like she came straight out of the hunger and listings are you guys can come out as Brock because it's ridiculous like if you know you're going to be on the world stage and I know that she can't like do laundry and all that stuff but you know you're going to be on the world it just put on some jeans and something be appropriate vent that you're attending all in asked out loud over sweats and I mean yeah that anyway she's a child she seventeen whatever she's not she's seventeen she can dress herself my almost ten year old can dress herself something that is appropriate so I mean she's been there to talk about the climb it and it and most people thought the World Economic Forum would have a huge focus on the climb it but trump does not get into those reindeer games and that was the point of his speech which I really really like that we have a clip of where he addresses the environment specifically take a listen in doing so we will continue to show strong leadership in restoring growing and better managing our trees and our farms this is not a time for pessimism this is a time for optimism fear and doubt is not a good thought process this is a time for tremendous hoping joy and optimism in action but to embrace the possibilities of tomorrow we must reject the perennial profits of doom and their predictions of the apocalypse they are the heirs of yesterday's foolish fortune tellers and I have them and you have them and we all have them and they want to see is too badly but we'll let that happen they predicted and overpopulation crisis in the nineteen sixties mass starvation in the seventies and then end of oil in the nineteen nineties these Alanis always demand the same thing absolute power to dominate transforming control every aspect of our lives we will never let radical socialists destroyer economy record country or advocate our liberty Erica will always be the proud strong and unyielding bastion of freedom in America we understand what the pessimists refused to see that a growing and vibrant market economy focused on the future lifts the immense an X. H. creativity strong enough to overcome any challenge any challenge buy for hell yes right hello to the yes he was so great was all about positivity and this is that's the thing out is that these people who preaches climate change that they want money and power people not see that I don't know after how many how many decades have we been through this and I guess is the young people who don't understand because they've not live through it right they have not lived through that okay here's a deadline and away we're gonna since would not we're not dead we're not dead yet yeah we're going to yeah we're gonna move it once again I mean we've lived through this it's like just stop it already stop trying to scare and then stop trying to scare the kids now because that is child abuse what they're doing to Greta it's a great and so many of the other school kids were following her and yeah class so they can go protest Sir it is child abuse I does it makes me sexy in that yeah it was a fantastic speech in more ways than that though because he also listed out all the accomplishments that he's had with the economy over his presidency and it was really remarkable to hear the list yeah because you haven't heard it on the mainstream media only not going to hear from the mainstream media like he's telling the world do what we did yeah you're going to see the same results yeah and I mean and everybody should everybody should copy what trump has done yeah they won't I mean it's it's so dumb that they want yeah and it's so dumb for Obama to try to take any credit for it when clearly trump as I'm done what he did yeah and that is been to all of our benefit him anyway look at you and you were the one who was on the train I know I am again I am extremely happy to be wrong is it a happy happy hasn't fantastic it's a fantastic the ninety three W. I. B. C. match up the.

World Economic Forum Switzerland
"world economic forum" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Bulletin with UBS

Monocle 24: The Bulletin with UBS

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"world economic forum" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Bulletin with UBS

"Rather than just purely allocating motivational, right? That this is another thing that our Jim and a champion of the World Economic Forum and many I was a great to. So even if one percent traditional mandates, of course, has it solutions were allocated to multilateral development Bank debt. You've mean a huge amount. More money going into help support development of the world. But also very attractive financial addition to those portfolios to pick up on something that I think you'll chairman axel Veba had spoken about was this idea. Right. This doesn't need to be confined. To those portfolios or those investors or groups who are interested in sustainable themes. And I think the example was given was multilateral development Bank dead as being something that actually should it's Jemaine to be all portfolios. Did you think we're still I don't know sort of a generation away from that entering the common pollens and just being something that everyone looks to because it actually is expedient from appear investment perspective as well. As from a sustainability point of view. Well, I think that you hit on something which is very important, which is that there are investments out there that too good. But also do well and a multilateral development. Banks is was really an insight that I think catalyzed a lot of our thinking around sustainable investing because here's an opportunity to invest with the World Bank their leader in impact investing. And yet, you know, these these are bond that are. Aaa rated they're safer than US treasuries. And yet they have a slightly higher yield than US treasuries. And so, you know, there are these innovations that we could make it require going to the World Bank and working with them to say, look, there are some changes to the way that you need to structure some of these things so that they're more attractive to private clients. And that's one of the things we're trying to do because some of this is innovating with organizations that do tremendous amount of good, but they're focused on institutional investors who look for certain kind of investments and a lot of it is just working with them to change things a little bit. So that's more suited to private client. So that's one of the things we've been working on this fresh perspective now was executive of the UN framework mentioned change from twenty ten twenty sixteen and it's currently the convenience mission. Twenty twenty Boba initiative that seeks to ensure the world of greenhouse gas emissions boy twenty twenty. In order to protect the most vulnerable from the worst impacts of climate change and to show in an era of stability parity Cristiana spoke about the need for and benefit of standardization. But as with UBS panelists before she's under no allusions about the pressure. We will remain under to realize the goals. I very much applaud the efforts that are underway to standardize all of our tools that are going to go in to a smart investment into impact investment. Yes. Absolutely. That is necessary. However at the same time, we have to understand that we are under enormous time pressure that we actually do have to create the tools while at the same time. We are developing the standards because every investment that goes in now every plant every coal plant that goes in over the next two three four five years is going to have a forty to fifty year lifetime and that we cannot afford we frankly cannot afford one more. Copland? So we do have to fly the plane and change the wheels. At the same time wars words ever from Christina garrison reflection to own the huge nature of the challenge. That remains bringing us to the end of this two hundred and twenty fifth edition of the Willison with setting the agenda in the false moving world of finance each week hero Monaco twenty four they'll be more on the winnings. From the World Economic Forum at the same time next week when we continue our review of the white paper with a regular panelists as well as wrapping up our survey of the views of just some of the other chemo was in the room that shed a platform with our friends from the Bank in doubles this week. That's you can find out more dot com. While you're preferred. The bulletin with UBS or monocle.

World Bank UBS Cristiana US axel Veba Jim Aaa Willison chairman UN chemo Christina garrison Boba Banks Copland executive
"world economic forum" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Bulletin with UBS

Monocle 24: The Bulletin with UBS

07:17 min | 3 years ago

"world economic forum" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Bulletin with UBS

"Uh? Hello and welcome to the bulletin with UBS all monocle twenty four each week. We'll be hearing from the sharpest minds and fascist thinkers in the world of finance taking on the numbers and the hype and getting the heart of the big issues of the day today where reporting from Davos World Economic forum and focusing on the white paper published this past week, which was exploring awareness simplification and contribution three core requirements needed to actually achieve the United Nations. Sustainable development goals or SDG's the twenty thirty agenda for sustainable development adopted by members back in two thousand fifteen provides a blueprint for a peaceful prosperous future for people and planet. The seventeen SDG's are cool for action by all countries developed and developing in a global partnership both this week and next over the course of two special episodes, we'll hair how and why UBS has published a leadership reputation in this space and how those three. Things must shape that space going forward alongside our panel from the Bank, which includes the co authors of the white paper will here too from key figures across other institutions who working with UBS and across the white industry to create innovative, sustainable investment and philanthropic solutions that can deliver financial and societal objectives. We start with Mark hatefully global chief investment officer of UBS wealth management. Thanks for your time as ever maybe you can tell us a bit about what was on the agenda this past week. There's always a bit of a mixed bag of coverage about Davos and the west some observers perhaps little cynical about the events. Success? It really getting things done. But in terms of the broad sustainability agenda things have really been moving. Right. It's very easy to be cynical about Dabo sometimes, but this will actually around sustainable. Investing was one of those Cajun's topics where I really think some good work got done. And the reason is is because we were able to get together some of the largest wealth managers in the world asset managers in the world NGOs and government and really talk about some of the fundamental problems and issues around the plumbing, and kind of basic terminology and measurement characteristics around sustainable investing and the goal was to work on the plumbing. So that. That we could then better hook up the hundreds of trillions of dollars of private wealth. That's out there and wants to invest sustainably. Our clients are telling us they want to invest sustainably to hook that money up to quality investment opportunities around the world. Miles is UBS ultra high net worth. So I mean, we've heard from there, but perhaps you can put both the discussion this week. And indeed this year's UBS white paper in context for us. How does this fit into the big picture looking back at the last three white papers? We've lost three Wes which of all being around Stein investing and how to contribute to the United Nations. Sustainable development goals. The first one looked at the potential for Jindie upon the capital to contribute more, and we made a commitment to impact investing five billion over five years lawsuit. We talked about a lot of ships. You've been able to form partnerships with the well Bank with her maze. TV writing different funds basically talking about progress at night. However, this you we actually take a step back and look at the contribution that needs to be made to make the two seven trillion dollar per annum shortfall in funding tonight. Insist Jay's unfortunately, just about all the stuff we've been very proud to deliver full billion of. Assets under management now, you know, the first one hundred percent sustained Basting mandate, a significant collaboration in raising funds for large-scale, mainstream, impact investments, etc. It's very small compared with the remaining funding gap and looking at the problems for capital by consumption side and investment side from being able to contribute more to the United Nations. CJ's we've had some pretty fundamental problems industry-wide the first general awareness. So they show that around one percent of the population actually says that it knows in detail what the United Nations SDG's, even so lack the win. It's about the di- mates is fundamental issue. Secondly, the complexity beat Dont'a there's not actually lack of data relating to the environment and social goes to Vilma goals, which is the issue. In fact, he's too much Datta most listed companies now report huge amounts on their contributions within the annual report. But it's very hard to compare between the companies I'm gonna comes down to consumption, there's conflicting data. I'm terms used in the financial industry. They're huge preponderance of Stendhal vesting tons the problem for the end. Holder of the capital is over a confusing. There's a lack of coming out definitions, look lack of interns, and then finally it comes implementation there aunt sufficient and wide enough and differentiated enough implementations to allow each individual investor to provide the max amount of capital, potentially should pay through the issues with respect to general witness. These needs issues with respect to complexity and that understanding of how to action these needs and the Lacombe implementations and subsequently Mike eight proposals for the whole two adult. Chime betta, I contribute to funding the Carnets to reach the two thousand thirty UN sustainable, film goes. Early. If we can come to you on the solution driven approach both in the research pace and indeed on the ground in Davos as you described earlier, maybe more a little about those three key potential solutions to the funding gap for the Jays. So large that we really see the need for collaboration and working with so many other groups we don't propose to have the best solution. Indeed, we are solutions focus, and so we wanna work with those people who are the best and the brightest. And we wanna move with the solutions that are actually working and having an impact on the ground. The second thing that we're seeing is that really the knowledge around the topic of sustainable best in while. It's there in kind of a nebulous way understanding around the sustainable development goals of the UN lags a little bit lack some mung private investors around the world, and that's really really shame. Given the good intentions desire people to invest the stain ably. And so when we look at some of the reasons for that, it's about probably too much complexity in definition. Sion's and the way that things are measured whether they're sustainable or having an impact. And so that's why we got together to focus on simplification on all aspects of the stable investing impact, investing valuing.

UBS United Nations Davos SDG chief investment officer United Nations SDG Mark hatefully Dabo Sion Jindie Vilma Miles Datta Jay Wes Mike Stein Jays two seven trillion dollar
"world economic forum" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:25 min | 3 years ago

"world economic forum" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Continuing coverage the World Economic Forum in devils, Switzerland. Let's turn now to Davos and the World Economic Forum there, we are joined by John Philippe, Courtois Microsoft, vice president for global sales jumped lead. Thanks very much for joining us. Let me first ask you. What you make of the global slowdown debate economic slowdown debate the tapping their at Davos, what's your view from your position at Microsoft is good morning. Davos, we're having a lot of discussion is CEO's, but also NGOs and governments. It would say. Beyond the economy consideration of a potential slowdown. There's a very strong desire to truly enable transformation of the academy's society leveraging digital technologies, and I think that's that's a big lever, which he's not just talking to be gross in productivity, but also talks about reskilling and developing capabilities for countries and economies to stress it of at times. But that's being actually a key thieves of the last couple of days. Yeah. The digital transformation has certainly been a theme in the last few days, and I would also in previous editions of the World Economic Forum in Davos, but I'm just kinda wondering I just want to dig into whether or not you as vice president for global sales are seeing sort of signs of any soft patches. Emerging signals here of sales perhaps sort of softening up. A public quarterly numbers we trust by obviously end of September. Because we have not yet release. The second quarter commercial cloud business was growing by forty seven percent, which is super strong. And we keep seeing a lot of gross again driven nut jobs by cloud being really adopted across the economy, we see actually you love industries being trustful good example of that retail. Some major power. She is companies. I wo- malt. The media wants to the most advance artifical intelligence capabilities commercials IOT to truly respond to the biggest in Eire's. And here's another example, Kroger retail with which we actually building developing call the service, a fully automated store that he can operate across the US, but also resell globally on the back can of all, Azure, cloud. And so I could go on and on, but we see across many industries staffing industries as well. You know companies like Adecco digitizing, basically this killing process the assessment process for candidates for jobs seeking and getting in foul efficient way to connect to get demand and supply. So this is the reason why we. Davos, I see it becoming a reality. Because you're writing to pass these betas world. No, it's becoming reality. But he's also Eddie emotional because we are talking about the way businesses, and he tweets and people are the center of that view. You're obviously responsible for global operations. So you've got all of the countries regions under your purview. But I want to ask specifically about the US. How is Microsoft experiencing this shutdown? How has that affected your global sales marketing and operations in this first quarter to be honest. We don't see any really impact because of that. I think we're continuing working boasts, obviously, the public authorities and the private sector on the US which is continuously again. Driving more productivity gains more. All digital innovation. And so to be very Frank. I think they are all seeing beyond that arise and that is being discussed today. I mean, you've been talking a lot about the digital transformation. And there's also been this ongoing discussion regarding artificial intelligence as well. And what that might bring us. I'm just kinda wondering though, there's also been a lot of talk within the tech sector recently of for instance, iphone sales slowing down that's been ructions in the semiconductor space regarding sales going forward is that something that sort of makes you sit up and wonder about the outlook. I'm wondering about is. Well. Remember, really confident about the future. As well. Because as I said across the world both in the US all across Europe in Asia. We see more and more very innovative projects to truly dry for again the economy, and we see that everywhere. Let let's take another example. Example agri-business right agricultural business. What are the leading food processing company Buller Swiss company innovating again, injecting vision services to salt, the contaminated grinds with toxins as the process grads, which is incredible impact as well. Because you've got health billion people in the world being actually contaminated by the wrong toxins. And so we see a lot of that happening. And that's where we we stay really confident. About the gross across the world that economies John Philippe. Thank you so much for joining us. Really? Appreciate your time. I know you must be incredibly busy at Davos Jean-Philippe court of Microsoft, vice president for global sales. Of course, I'm sure he's incredibly busy anyway, just with his job. But there in Davos, it's probably meeting after meeting after meeting after meeting. Yes, there's a lot of discussions there in the Swiss Alps, I can probably see that. Now, we have plenty of more coverage. Of course coming up today when it comes to Davos, we'll be speaking to a lot of different guests and a lot of different voices, including Jess stay lead. The CEO of Barclays he's coming up in the next hour hair on both the Bloomberg television as well as on Bloomberg radio. So it's gonna be interesting to see what he's got to say. It'll be interesting to hear what he's got to say about the start of the banking year that it's twenty thousand hundred as. We saw a lot of concerns towards the tail end of two thousand eighteen Matt. Yeah. Absolutely. By the way, we're going to continue to bring you great coverage out of the two thousand nineteen World Economic Forum. The CD you general secretary crop. Karen Bauer is going to speak to Bloomberg this hour. I'm very much looking forward to that here out of Berlin. In the seven o'clock hour, we'll hear from Barclays CEO Jess daily. No doubt. A lot of employees will be tuning in for that. Then later in the morning and exclusive with Turkey's finance minister Bharat buyer. That'll be.

Davos US Microsoft vice president CEO Bloomberg John Philippe Barclays World Economic Forum Switzerland Jess daily Adecco Swiss Alps IOT Kroger Turkey Buller Swiss Karen Bauer
"world economic forum" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"world economic forum" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"To which she must be held. I think maybe this young teenager should agree to allow like forty guys to gently punch him in the face. And then they can all go over to Sarah's house. Do you think? And bring some quail lutes 'cause you know, how that goes. Attention. Also, the good liberals at Davos, it's the World Economic Forum in Davos this week and the headline from France twenty four of all people French liberal news outlet. You see the the the libs are going into Davos, and that's where the elite meet to conspire against the world and liberals love it because are pawns there. But ponds and game of life. The headline is never mind climate change DeVos prefers private jets turns out that out do at Davos all the people that are very concerned about the environment are flying it in their private jets. They've had to make all kinds of new room new space for all the jets. They're expecting more than one thousand five hundred private jets to go into Davos for the World Economic Forum this week, and they don't have nearly enough room for all the jets. That would be up from the more than one thousand three hundred private jets. The movement had at last year's for him despite climate change registering as the top risk factor. Identified for the global economy in a survey of W, F movers and shakers last week. Were it not for double standards, liberals would have no standards at all. Oh, no, the oh the environment. We've were very concerned about the environment. You're taking your jet. Right. Yeah. I'll take mine. Well, we'll see you in the air. We'll see you on the ground. Fifteen hundred private jets for the people. Who are they're very concerned very concerned about the environment. Let's wrap up. That's yeah. Let's get it over to soundbite. I still just love this. It was very aggressive standing there. There's something aggressive about standing there. Isn't there? Something aggressive about standing there. Yeah. He's the aggressor say the sixteen year old boy that child. Barely Pugh Bessette. He's the villain of the story at NBC news with all these adults. They're shockingly corrupt. And of course reminded. Victoria, and Michael piercy who are younger than I a an episode of SpongeBob squarepants. That's a cartoon for children. I think..

Davos DeVos World Economic Forum Pugh Bessette Sarah libs NBC Michael piercy France Victoria sixteen year
"world economic forum" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"world economic forum" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Business executives gathering in Davos, Switzerland for the annual World Economic Forum, and Bloomberg radio and television will also be there, of course, Jonathan Ferrell and Tom Keene will be broadcasting live all next week. And they join us now with more. Thanks, bob. Looking forward to a week of full coverage at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, alongside my good friend, and anchor mystics, home Kane, and Tom it has become a who's who adapts and before we've even arrived that every year job but ever more. So this year, I've never seen it like this. It all your come off of Brexit in the continuing story will cover at Davos on Brexit. You come off the shutdown is well, guess what there's eight or nine other original political stories that backup globalization. We're going to see and Sean protests over in France as well. So let's talk about who's not going to be there because of these dmed. Issues the prime minister of the UK won't be able to attend because of Brexit issue. The French prime minister, the French president Emmanuel Macron will not be there in the United States. President Donald Trump. Consumed body partial government shutdown for a moment, Tom. We thought the US delegation headed up by Treasury Secretary, Steve Mnuchin, we thought secretary Mnuchin would still be that he won't be there either. So we go ahead to the World Economic Forum. And I think one thing stands out for me that has stood out for me for a long long time. I've always thought what the World Economic Forum was grateful with the bilateral meetings on the sidelines between individual is an individual CEO's. I've never thought it was a great forum to get together for some kind of multilateral effort. And I think that's the reality of this meeting to totally agree in this'll be my fifteenth year there, John, and there has been a shift a profound shift from Davos is an event, and you know, I mean, I know a guy like you John would have gone skiing on Tuesday, take a rest Wednesday. Go skiing after the show on Thursday. About eight years ago, it shifted to where it's not much different from plumbers convention in Las Vegas people. Go there is you is you say correctly to meat and meat and meet and greet meeting. After meeting through the whole four days. That's the stuff that people don't really get to see Tom. What's interesting about the event from the outside looking in. You see these big panels? You see the elites of global business. Politics and economics sitting around tables talking about big themes. It's the stuff behind the scenes that always interests. So we come into this event. And it's called globalization four point zero what it means, and how it could benefit all I just wanna Tom how much we actually going to be talking about the events theme of globalization four point zero. I now want me talking about it that much. Well, I find it. It's a touch point. And then you move on and you move on rapidly. And of course, there's always the excitement folks Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday, and with our simulcast through all of this in our normal hours. John on television, and radio worldwide is the simple idea that the theme changes as you go on you. And I were there that moment where the Swiss intervened on the Swiss franc in the entire meeting shifted in two minutes. Yeah. And for me, Tom, if it's about anything what the world is increasingly being driven by for the last ten years is central Bank policy and the importance of policy, and I think central Bank policy once again is going to be a big big issue for the Federal Reserve are they able to back away. Even if the US data is still good, whereas the left in all of this, the we're talking about raising interest rates twelve months ago. I can't find a single person that thinks the can hike writes this year, a big central Bank challenge in the mix too. I can remember John when there was. Discussion should we ban cell phones from Davos from the meetings of the World Economic Forum? And then there was a first year where a few people had cell phones. And all the CEO's are an uproar by the next year. The CEO's realized this was the future. Yeah. Everybody was glued to them. And by the third year, the CEO's were telling the World Economic Forum. This is a social media Centric event. And now the yoga had spice crew or attending the World Economic Forum town to what we should put put aside our phones, Tom we should free our minds, but our fans down at she wouldn't it be nice. If at this World Economic Forum they did fan smartphones. So everyone could take a mental break. Wouldn't that? Be nice. Would you enjoy that a mental break from connectivity to the rest of the world? No. I don't think. So I think you know, it is beautiful seriously, John when the snow starts falling. It's absolutely gorgeous. Yeah. This is in southeast Switzerland. Folks,.

World Economic Forum Tom Keene Davos John CEO United States Switzerland Steve Mnuchin bob prime minister Brexit Bloomberg Donald Trump Las Vegas Jonathan Ferrell France Tom Sean
"world economic forum" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"world economic forum" Discussed on AP News

"To Davos, Switzerland. And the World Economic Forum because of the partial government shutdown this day twenty of the shutdown federal workers have had a rally in Washington. This is union official. Randy Irwin anymore. Never in the first place. Ruining people's lives. The AP saga megani reports. The impact of the shutdown is now hitting Bank accounts tomorrow is federal payday, but more than eight hundred thousand federal workers will not be getting checks asked about their suffering, President Trump steer the conversation back to immigration human pain. The parents. Children killed by the legal immigrants that you've never been in the country. Democrats are bashing his lack of empathy for Americans who won't have money for necessities. Rent payment, their car payments house speaker Nancy Pelosi took a shot at the president's own upbringing in saying they may not have the same luxury. He did these people cannot go to their fathers. To cover their payments. Saga megani? Washington. The president is in Texas near the Mexico border speaking in Washington Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell was asked about the economic impact of a partial shutdown the aggregate level the economy generally does not reflect much damage from his down a longer shutdown. Is something we haven't had if we have an extended shutdown than I do think that that would show up in the data free clearly before he left the White House today. President Trump said he did not know anything about allegations is former campaign chairman Paul Manafort shared polling data during the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign with a business associate accused of having ties to Russian intelligence Christmas wasn't very many for re Mary for retailers. The sales numbers are in. They weren't good. Macy's shares are taking the biggest hit on Wall Street. This is AP radio news. The partial shutdown is having an impact on the Federal Bureau of investigation. The FBI agents association says the partial shutdown of the federal government is affecting bureau operations in a petition sent Thursday to the White House and congressional leaders the association urges that the F B I should be funded immediately in a conference call with reporters association. President Tom O'Connor noted that Friday will be the first day.

President Trump president Federal Bureau of investigatio President Tom O'Connor Washington federal government Washington Federal Reserve Davos AP Jerome Powell Randy Irwin Switzerland White House Nancy Pelosi official Macy