As most of you know the World Economic Forum(WEF) is hosting its annual summit in Davos, Switzerland.
The WEF’s summits is an annual meeting where the world’s richest globalists and leaders across the world get together to make decisions about the future of the world.
The security level at Davos this year is at an all-time high and the WEF has even enforced their own police unites in Davos, take a look:
Groups of police in the streets of Davos are patrolling with large guns, protecting all of the World Economic Forum attendees.
Keep in mind this is the same WEF that has called for limiting citizen’s access to firearms: pic.twitter.com/n4VVsR1ykM
— Anon News (@AnonNews14) May 23, 2022
The WEF officers are extremely armed and almost appear like a military unit instead of police officers.
Journlaist Jack Posobiece was even detained by the WEF police.
🚨BREAKING: The World Economic Forum has it’s own paramilitary force complete with @wef BADGES and armed with military-grade weapons.
They are harassing and detaining journalists at-will.
By what authority do they operate? Who do commands them?
Do Swiss authorities have any say? pic.twitter.com/7jxHbFzo8Y
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) May 23, 2022
Why was American journalist @JackPosobiec detained at Davos by WEF police?
Why does the WEF have police?
— Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene🇺🇸 (@RepMTG) May 23, 2022
Some users on Twitter downplayed the WEF police and compared them to just college campus police.
But I don’t know about you, I’ve never seen campus police with assault rifles.
The WEF may be sketch, but its police are just like college campus police or secret service and still run by Swiss gov. I’m not sure why people freak out. If the WEF had its own army and nuclear weapons, then all should worry. https://t.co/GQz9ODprYs. pic.twitter.com/x4SAHBSDoD
— Matt (@mygunisquick) May 24, 2022
The Washington Examiner had more to share on the story:
American conservative journalist Jack Posobiec said he was detained by armed World Economic Forum police officers Monday while covering the forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Posobiec, who is affiliated with Human Events, captured his “detainment” on footage and posted it on social media.
He can be seen outside a Swiss restaurant when officers wearing WEF uniforms surround him and order him to stop filming.
Family members of Posobiec began filming the incident, “getting in the faces” of the officers and asking them questions, Posobiec said in an interview posted to social media.
“The minute they realized that it was becoming more of a thing, that more journalists were starting to take attention of what’s going on, they immediately ran back into their police vans and took off within, like, 30 seconds of their arriving,” he said.
Posobiec was not given an answer by the officers when he asked if and why he and his crew were being detained, he said.