WEF Staff fears Forum will die with Davos Boss Schwab

DAVOS: The annual World Economic Forum, which is meeting again this week in the Swiss Alpine resort of Davos, has been led since its founding in 1971 by Klaus Schwab, who many have likened to a sinister James Bond villain.
Current and former World Economic Forum (WEF) staff have accused its founder of hiring “nobodies” to make himself irreplaceable.
The group of anonymous whistle-blowers fear the 82-year-old German economist will “die with his boots on” leaving no-one able to take the helm of the annual gathering of the world’s financial and political elites in Davos, Switzerland. Schwab, author of The Fourth Industrial Revolution and COVID-19: The Great Reset, has controlled the WEF since its founding in 1971.
“Klaus has been at the helm of the WEF for 52 years. When he was born, 122 of the 195 states in the world right now did not even exist,” the group said. “He is completely unaccountable to anyone inside and outside the organisation.”
“In most organisations the next generation of top leadership is faintly visible at the higher levels of management,” they continued, “but at the WEF Klaus has surrounded himself with such a group of nobodies at the top that it’s hard to see how any of them could be taken seriously by anyone of consequence inside or outside the organisation.” Indeed, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair is one of the names reportedly tipped as Schwab’s eventual replacement. The CEO of one British firm, who also declined to be quoted by name, agreed with the WEF employees’ view of Schwab, saying: “My impression is that he will die with his boots on.” –Agencies