In a recent interview with Communist China’s state-run television, World Economic Forum (WEF) founder Klaus Schwab had high praise for the People’s Republic. While discussing his plans for a coming global government, the 84-year-old Schwab lauded the communist nation, calling it a “role model” for many of the world’s countries.
Discussing, among other things, the need for a “systemic transformation of the world,” with CGTN’s Tian Wei while at the APEC CEO Summit in Bangkok, Thailand, last week, Schwab talked about the need to be strategic in the coming globalist takeover of the planet.
Asked what he thought of his experience at the G20 conference in Bali, Indonesia, Schwab was mostly positive — but he also seemed impatient to move forward.
“I think it’s positive. The base has been formed, but we have to go one step further,” he stated. “We have to have a strategic mood; we have to construct the world of tomorrow.”