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Thousands of Swiss Soldiers Deployed to Protect WEF’s Davos Summit

'At least two groups have submitted applications to gather and protest the event... '

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) A veritable army of 5,000 Swiss soldiers were ordered to Davos, Switzerland, to guard guests of the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum.

Switzerland’s Defense Department and Federal Assembly approved the military presence at the WEF conference, which starts on Jan. 16.

According to the Post Millennial, the military force is tasked with guarding attendees from protestors and those who oppose WEF’s radical agenda.

A specific guest list is not publicly available for security reasons. Several American, Ukrainian and Chinese politicians and business representatives will be attending.

The theme for this year’s conference is “Cooperation in a Fragmented World,” and will attempt to put together a large task force of businessmen and government officials to “work together on the interconnected issues of energy, climate, and nature.”

There will also be a “special emphasis” on “gender and geographical diversity.”

Climate czar John Kerry, National Intelligence chief Avril Haines, several congressmen and regional governors will all be in attendance.

Many of the American delegation are Democrats, but out of the 25 attendees at least 10 are Republicans.

At least two groups have submitted applications to gather and protest the event, according to Davos clerk Michael Straub. The WEF is best known for attempting to create a new world order via “the Great Reset.”

Klaus Schwab, founder and top dog at WEF, authored a book, “COVID 19: The Great Reset,” which explains his vision for the world—emerging from the messy pandemic lockdowns—where governments step in to address wealth generation and distribution.

The WEF founder also pushes for people to trust in the “experts,” relying on them to make decisions for all citizens.

Schwab is the inventor of ESG protocols, which focus on environmental, social and governance practices to mitigate climate change, encourage conformity to government-approved social movements and allow governments to act as an enforcer for the “basket of deporables” who reject the nanny state.

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