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World Economic Forum ‘Open Forum’ In Davos Canceled Due to Death Threats


Are the elites running scared from the public?

The World Economic Forum announced that its public ‘Open Forum‘ scheduled for Davos in January 2022 has been canceled due to death threats.

Swiss news outlet Südostschweiz cited security reasons for the cancelation of the annual event:

WEF is canceling the Open Forum due to violent threats

The Open Forum serving the dialogue takes place parallel to the WEF. For security reasons it is canceled in 2022.

The elite club of globalists ran by Klaus Schwab has caused such public vitriol that the WEF has tightened security measures at other events.

It appears the WEF ticked off too many people by saying, “You’ll own nothing. And you’ll be happy.”

The World Economic Forum is no longer operating in the shadows, and more people are awake to their global technofascist “Great Reset” agenda.

And the outrage directed at the WEF has grown exponentially since the outset of COVID-19.

Yann Zopf, head of media at WEF, noted the increasing levels of abuse directed at employees and attendees.

The COVID World reported:

As anger against the WEF has grown since the pandemic, various employees and attendees have received increasing levels of abuse with some even receiving death threats. Yann Zopf, head of media at WEF, said about the threats:

“We receive dozens of threats every day on social media and by email. But it also happens that employees and attendees of the forum are approached personally.

Even the application form for jobs at the WEF on its homepage is misused for insults of all kinds.”

Zopf added that security at this year’s Open Forum could not be guaranteed.

“We have informed the authorities and are working closely with them.

The decision to cancel the event was very difficult for us. Everyone should be able to take part in the events and discussions, that is the idea of ​​the Open Forum.”

The Open Forum was started in 2003 as a response to criticism of the WEF regarding its secretive and elite nature and was supposed to be a place where members of the public could come and ask questions. However, due to security concerns, the public event has now been canceled.

The event was expected to take place from January 17th to 21st in Davos under the motto “Working Together, Restoring Trust”. noted the difficulty to guarantee security at the Davos event:

The Open Forum has been an integral part of the annual World Economic Forum in Switzerland for years. However, the public sessions are canceled after staff are threatened by conspiracy ideologues. Apparently security cannot be guaranteed.

There will be no public meetings at the next World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland in January. The decision was made because of the recent repeated death threats from conspiracy ideologues against employees of the World Economic Forum, reported the Swiss news agency Keystone-SDA.

Since the security of the so-called Open Forum is difficult to guarantee, this part will be deleted. In addition, the already enormous safety precautions are to be further strengthened. The Open Forum has been organized on the fringes of the main event in a school building in Davos since 2003. Representatives of organizations, artists, musicians and other personalities come together with leading representatives of the economy and with politicians.


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