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Escort Services in High Demand as Pervy Globalists Converge on Davos

'As soon as a customer books one of our ladies for at least four hours, she drives into the mountains...'

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) As globalist elites descend on the Swiss resort town of Davos for the annual World Economic Forum meeting to discuss their “Great Reset” agenda, they are bringing with them a lusty appetite for escorts.

The influential WEF members have booked prostitutes at incredible rates in order to relieve the stress of plotting how best to impose the new world order, InfoWars reported.

The director of Villa-Velvet escort service in Oftringen told a reporter that 11 reservations have already been made, and they have received 25 additional inquiries for the coming week.

Prostitute reservations last from four hours to the span of several days, she added.

“As soon as a customer books one of our ladies for at least four hours, she drives into the mountains,” she said.

She noted that the WEF at Davos has been a boon for business for many years now.

“For example, our women have already been brought to Davos by diplomats and company bosses,” said the madam. “Some also book escorts for themselves and their employees to party in the hotel suite.”

The revelation is of particular interest considering the WEF’s persistent praise of pedophilia. In a recent statement, WEF leader Klaus Schwab publicly encouraged the decriminalization of sex between children and adults, insisting that offenders “will save humanity” and that laws against it were a violation of human rights, News Punch reported.

This year’s list of Davos attendees includes FBI director Chris Wray and Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines; the CEOs of Amazon, BlackRock and Pfizer; top officials in the Gates Foundation and Soros network; and heads of the New York Times and NBC Universal, said Infowars.

They will be joined by climate change activist John Kerry, European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde, World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, CNN’s Fareed Zakaria and Fox News’s Maria Bartiromo.

Although several Republican lawmakers were on the list of invited public figures, at least two told Headline USA that they planned to drop out.

However, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp was among those still attending the summit and was slated to give a panel discussion with Democrat Sens. Chris Coons of Delaware, Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona on the “reshaped landscape” of American politics.

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