The Prime Minister of Cambodia is a billionaire who travels along the Mekong River by imperial helicopter convoy frequently. Flying low, the noise and wind of their propellers stop the starving masses in their dusty barefoot tracks ever so briefly until their leader’s presence fades into the horizon. On invitation by Klaus Schwab, PM Hun Sen is in Switzerland this week. He apparently delivered a speech at the United Nations and is now attending the World Economic Forum with three of his senior ministers.
What would a Communist billionaire thug possibly have to teach national leaders converged at an annual caucus talking about their role in “rebuilding the future“? It is reported that 5,000 police and military personnel are on the ground supporting a no-fly-zone over Davos in protection of the 2,000 “leaders and experts” congregating together. American journalist Jack Posobiec, there to cover the annual meeting, was detained “for looking suspicious” as he sat outside a Davos cafe with his film crew. Other stories from the ground in Davos are also being shared by Rebel News as they attempt to hold attendees to account for their involvement in this corrupt syndicate. This is what real journalism looks like!
Australia’s Avi Yemeni of Rebel News, is never afraid to ask hard questions.
The World Economic Forum’s annual meeting kicks off today in Davos, Switzerland, where the 1% of the 1% will be discussing how the earth’s seven billion other inhabitants should live. The Forum doesn’t come without controversy, though from within Davos their hypocrisy isn’t widely reported, and it’s not only the mainstream media to blame for that.
To attend the WEF’s gathering requires an invite, with additional fees on top of that, and passes range in cost from $26,000 to $600,000. This prevents independent media from getting inside the events. Although the WEF doesn’t hide their agenda, they must not want to be held accountable live on camera.
To learn more about the WEF and its plan for a global reset of the economy, please visit www.ExposeTheReset.com. The first episode of Rebel News’ docuseries on The Great Reset released this past Friday.
“How are people meant to rely on the mainstream media?” Rebel News reporter Avi Yemini asked New York Times deputy managing editor Rebecca Blumenstien, an invited guest of the WEF.
It’s a good thing independent media is on the ground, even if it’s outside of the WEF’s meetings. We will be there all week to bring you the other side of the story.
Episode One of Expose The Reset is available here.
The Hatchard Report, 18 May 2022