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Klaus Schwab’s Brand of Absurdly Retarded Humor: Budi Gunadi Sadikin

Adult Skiing will premiere at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2023

Klaus Schwab’s Brand of Absurdly Retarded Humor: Budi Gunadi Sadikin

NEW YORK (RichTVX.com) — We’ve got breaking news: Asian-style show coming to Davos Switzerland at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2023. Move over, Alec! There’s a new Indonesian boy in town. OMG…is this the Indonesian version of Brokeback Mountain? Indonesia’s Minister of Health Budi Gunadi Sadikin said that G20 countries should adopt a “digital health certificate using WHO standards” and that they were looking to introduce this type of vaccine passport into the “international health regulations” during the next World Health Assembly in Geneva. For all of you who have a brain and don’t find cutesy traitors demasculinizing, this is the most addictive gathering you’ll ever see. Not yet intrigued? Adult Skiing will premiere 16–20 January 2023. Klaus Schwab’s brand of absurdly retarded humor is kind of art-punk. Their visitors are scarce, but totally rabid in a creepy, homo-erotic way. Enjoy! By the way, $2 Billion dollars was stolen. Meanwhile, Samuel Bankman-Fried should be dropping by any minute now. It was only a week ago, and the Bahamas-based company seems like a vague dystopian dream. Unfortunately, things are still pretty glum – people still haven’t received their money back. You can’t even walk down Broadway drinking a giant daiquiri without feeling a little bit sad. Here’s an update of the newsworthy blips that have surfaced recently. We don’t know about you, but support your inter-species friends at the World Economic Forum! Posing nude for WEF 2030 calendars is the latest trend in fundraising. What will those trend-setting geriatrics think of next? According to the 132-page PDF B20 Indonesia 2022 Final Communique: Policy Recommendations to the G20, member countries should “Promote further exchanges and strategic use and sharing of science, technology, and appropriate data for crisis detection, creating a global coordination framework for future crisis mitigation.” Klaus Schwab and Budi Gunadi Sadikin make posing nude seem cute again. Maybe they can make cannibalism cool again. Budi Gunadi Sadikin (born May 6, 1964)[1] is an Indonesian politician. As of 23 December 2020, he serves as Minister of Health in the Onward Indonesia Cabinet of President Joko Widodo.[2][3] He is only the second Health Minister not to graduate from a medical school, and the first since Mananti Sitompul.

World Economic Forum

The World Economic Forum (WEF) is an international non-governmental and lobbying organisation[1] based in Cologny, canton of Geneva, Switzerland. It was founded on 24 January 1971 by German engineer and economist Klaus Schwab. The foundation, which is mostly funded by its 1,000 member companies – typically global enterprises with more than five billion US dollars in turnover – as well as public subsidies, views its own mission as “improving the state of the world by engaging business, political, academic, and other leaders of society to shape global, regional, and industry agendas”.[2]

The WEF is mostly known for its annual meeting at the end of January in Davos, a mountain resort in the eastern Alps region of Switzerland. The meeting brings together some 3,000 paying members and selected participants – among whom are investors, business leaders, political leaders, economists, celebrities and journalists – for up to five days to discuss global issues across 500 sessions.

Next to Davos, the organization convenes regional conferences in locations across Africa, East Asia, Latin America, and India and holds two additional annual meetings in China and the United Arab Emirates. It furthermore produces a series of reports, engages its members in sector-specific initiatives[3] and provides a platform for leaders from selected stakeholder groups to collaborate on multiple projects and initiatives.[4]

The Forum suggests that a globalised world is best managed by a self-selected coalition of multinational corporations, governments and civil society organizations (CSOs),[5][6] which it expresses through initiatives like the “Great Reset[7] and the “Global Redesign”.[8][9] It sees periods of global instability – such as the financial crisis of 2007–2008 and the COVID-19 pandemic – as windows of opportunity to intensify its programmatic efforts.[10]

The World Economic Forum and its annual meeting in Davos have received criticism over the years, including the organization’s corporate capture of global and democratic institutions, its institutional whitewashing initiatives, the public cost of security, the organization’s tax-exempt status, unclear decision processes and membership criteria, a lack of financial transparency, and the environmental footprint of its annual meetings. As a reaction to criticism within Swiss society, the Swiss federal government decided in February 2021 to reduce its annual contributions to the WEF. The WEF has also been the target of conspiracy theories.[11]

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