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Elite CEO`s scrambled to take selfie with Trump in Davos and there was overwhelming universial support for the “rockstar”

President Donald Trump were treated like a rock star when he came to Davos, Switzerland last friday. It was like Michael Jackson, Elvis Presley and Beatles combined. It was chaos. Everybody wanted to be where Trump was. Everybody wanted to be around him.

Elite CEOs scrambled to take selfies with him. Theyre elbowing each other out-of-the-way, and there was overwhelming support for Mr Trump. Not only that; The Dow Jones Industrial Average went straight up, over 200 points on the news of Mr Trump`s reception in Davos. Wow!

President Trump was surrounded by a bunch of globalists. A bunch of one-world government globalists types. CEOs and other leaders around the world. What we saw in Davos was a universal support. Except one thing: Mainstream Media. They didnt like it at all.

Right after Mr Trumps inauguration, Mainstream Media were laughing at President Trumps tax cut plan. Some of them said; Trump belive he can cut the taxes. How in the world can he afford to do that? Ha ha ha.

Now, a year later, Trumps $1,5 trillion tax cut and the «resulting boom» has been applauded in Davos. The Prime Minister in Netherland said in an interview that he support some of Trumps politics and that the world need more leaders like him.

I do agree. I support some of his politics, but disagree with other things. So was it with Obama, Bush and Clinton. I belive people around the world should support the U.S president no matter who it is. It`s about respect. He is the boss. A powerful world leader.

President Donald Trump is a leader for the history books, and he is a great president that kids in the future shall study and learn about. People in America should be proud of him. He is not only a representative for the U.S, but also a great mentor on the world stage.

President Donald Trump is one of the world`s greatest leaders, and those who would say otherwise are in a dark place.

Donald Trump is in arguably one of the most interesting and popular personalities in the world right now. This is an incredible and most important marker in earths history. As weve seen the ceremonies of transition of power from president to the next, this one will be remembered for generations to come.

This is a power shift that is not inclusive to America but a power shift that affected the whole world. The inauguration of President Trump signaled the end to the power that has been in control of the human race for thousands of years.

What we see now is a total shift of the control of the earth.

Some people claim that the Luciferian rain is fading out and it`s the end of the world as they know it. Lucifer has lost power and control of the earth in all of his mechanisms of deception and manipulation will be exposed completely.

Donald Trump in his inauguration speech said; «Together we will determine the course of America and the world for many, many years to come (The righteous are now in control of America and the world).

Your voice, your hopes and your dreams will define our American destiny. (The righteous have taken control of the future).

And your courage and goodness and love will forever guide us along the way. We stand at the birth of a new millennium ready to unlock the mysteries of space (The truth about space will be exposed) to free the earth from the miseries of disease (The pharmaceutical industry to be exposed) and to harness the energies industries and technologies of tomorrow (free energy).

Today`s ceremony however has very special meaning. Because today, we are not merely transferring power from one administration to another, or from one party to another, but we are transferring power from Washington DC and giving it back to you, the people

January 20th 2017 will be remembered as the day the people became the rulers of this nation again (On January 20th 2017, the course was broken).

And most importantly, Trump said, We will be protected by God (The Luciferian is crying).

Its being said that this is a transition of power from the Luciferian rulers of the earth to the righteous people of the earth. President Trump with the help of Americas allies including Russia will put an end to this Luciferian World Order agenda.

President Trump went to Davos to represent the interest of the American people to affirm America`s friendship and partnership in building a better world like all nations representing at this great forum. America hopes for a future in which everyone can prosper and every child can grow up free from violence, poverty and fear.

He also said in the speech that the world`s largest company Apple announced it plans to bring $245 billion in overseas profits home to America. Their total investment into the United States economy will be more than $350 billion over the next five years.

Now is the time to bring your business, your jobs and your investments to the United States. This is especially true because we have undertaken the most extensive regulatory reduction ever conceived . Regulation is stealth taxation.

The U.S, like many other countries, unelected bureaucrats, (and we have them all over the place), and they`ve imposed crushing an anti business and anti worker regulations on our citizens with no vote, no legislative debate and no real accountability. In America, those days are over.

I pledged to eliminate two unnecessary regulations for every one new regulation. We have succeeded beyond our highest expectations. Instead of two for one, we have cut 22 burdensome regulations for every one new rule. We are freeing our businesses and workers so they can thrive and flourish as never before.

We are creating an environment that attracts capital, invites investment and rewards production. America is the place to do business. So, come to America where you can innovate, create and build. I belive in America.

As President of the United States, I will always put «America first,» just like the leaders of other countries should put their country first. But America first does not mean America alone. When the United States grow, so does the world.

American prosperity has created countless jobs all around the globe and the drive for excellence, creativity and innovation in the U.S has led to important discoveries that help people everywhere. Live more prosperous and far healthier lives as the United States pursues domestic reforms to unleash jobs and growth. We are also working to reform the international trading system so that it promotes broadly shared prosperity and rewards to those who play by the rules.

We cannot have free and open trade if some countries exploit the system at the expense of others. We support free trade but it need to be fair, and it needs to be recipical. Because in the end, unfair trade undermines us all. The United States will no longer turn a blind eye to unfair economic practices, including massive intellectual property theft, industrial subsidies and pervasive state-led economic planning.

These and other predatory behaviors are distorting the global markets and harming businesses and workers. Not just in the United States but around the globe. Just like we expect the leaders of other countries to protect their interests. As President of the United States I will always protect the interest of our country, companies and our workers.

We will enforce our trade laws and restore integrity to our trading system. Only by insisting on fair and reciprocal trade can we create a system that works not just for the U.S but for all nations.

As I have said, the United States is prepared to negotiate mutual beneficial bilateral trade agreements with all countries. This will include the countries in TPP which are very important. We have agreements with several of them already. We would consider negotiating with the rest either individually or perhaps as a group if it is in the interest of all.

At the end of the speech he said; We must invest in our people. When people are forgotten, the world becomes fractured. Only by hearing and responding to the voices of the forgotten can we create a bright future that is truly shared by all. The nations greatness is more than the sum of its production. The nations greatness is the sum of its citizens. The values, pride, love, devotion and character of the people who call that nation home.

President Trump have dedicated his life to the American people. To the world. I want to remind you that he is doing all this for only $1 dollar. What a man!

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France`s President Macron is a promoter of globalization and openness and he will give a speech in Davos on Wednesday

France`s President Emmanuel Macron is expected to give a speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos tomorrow. He will speak to world leaders and business people and try to sell and promote a pro-European agenda and greater integration and reform while extolling the benefits of free trade.

The theme at Davos this time is «creating a shared future in a fractured world.» Macron is a promoter of globalization and openness, but he is also trying to protect people from the negative consequences of it.

Macrons popularity has bounced back in recent weeks despite what opinion polls show is an image of «president of the rich.» The speech on Wednesday will be Macrons first speech at Davos as President since his election last May.

Last year, Chinese President Xi Jinping were holding a speech about globalization. Now, Macron will be the face of Europe. A man who is pro-business representative for the EuroZone at a time of economic recovery and stability after years of crisis.

Macron defeated Le Pen and prevented a far-right government in France last year when he won the election, and I think he would be more than welcome among the business leaders in Davos this time.

He is a reformist who turned back the Le Pen populist wave and he has turned French politics upside down. Many leaders claim that Macron is the last hope for structural change.

His plans to reform Europe and the EuroZone is ambitious, and for Europe it is an important charm offensive.

Macron won the French election in May last year, and he has vowed to shake the French economy out of its torpor. He has, like President Trump, slashed wealth taxes and levies on capital gains. He has also pushed through reforms to the country`s famously rigid labour laws.

According to a survey from November 2017, a record 72 percent of US investors were optimistic about the French economy, which is a huge hike against 30 percent in 2016.

Mr Trump will try to sell his «America first» agenda while Macron will speak about his «Choose France». Google and Facebook are invited to Macron`s gathering. So are Alibaba, Siemens and Coca Cola to name a few.

Francois Hollande and Nicolas Sarkozy have held similar gatherings of CEOs in Davos, but Macrons conferance goes far beyond those hosted by Hollande or Sarkozy. Sarkozy hosted 25 CEO`s in 2011, while the Socialist Hollande hosted 34 world business leaders in 2014.

Macron and his team has invited 100 CEO`s of the biggest world companies. He has so far been carving out an active role on the world stage and he will use his speech to «propose his international vision for the world of tomorrow.»

German Chancellor Angela Merkel will speak the same day and that is two days before Mr Trump. What Macron will talk about is growing inequality, the need for better environmental protection, and global governance in the face of nationalism and extremism.

The economic outlook has improved, but 9 in 10 of those surveyed at Davos, said they expect political or trade clashes between major powers to worsen. 80 percent saw an increased chance of war.

 

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World Economic Forum`s motto is “Committed to improving the state of the world,” and President Trump will attend

Every year at the end of January, it is time for World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos. The forum was founded in 1971 by Klaus Schwab. A German-born business professor at the University of Geneva. First named the “European Management Forum”, and then it changed its name to the World Economic Forum in 1987.

Its mission is cited as “committed to improve the state of the world by engaging business, political, academic, and other leaders of society to shape global, regional, and industry agendas”. President Trump is a business man and he will join the elite at the forum in Davos this time.

The meeting at Davos is synonymous with wealth and elite prestige and Presidents have therefore been concerned to participate because it would send wrong signals. Mr Trump will be the fist sitting President since Bill Clinton in 2000 to attend. Mr Trump is a business man and have an agenda. A message.

That being said; don`t forget the forums motto: “Committed to improving the state of the world.”

Mr Trump is finish with his first year as a President at the White House, and so far he has done a lot of good things, not only for the USA, but also for the rest of the world. But this is only the beginning.

The meeting in Davos brings together some 2,500 top business leaders, international political leaders, economists, and journalists for up to four days to discuss the most pressing issues facing the world.

But Trump`s agenda is not to make the world great again, but the USA. He will also try to sell his «America first» agenda to the world leaders. It is not difficult to understand that he also want to promote his policies to strengthen American businesses, their industry and their workers.

What Trump is doing in the U.S will also affect the rest of the world. For instance, a corporate tax cut in the U.S will also affect other countries. For all I know, maybe other countries will follow his strategy and cut the taxes as well.

Trump is also a great negotiator and he told Stoltenberg at NATO to pay the bills to the U.S Navy, and you know what; they did. This is brilliant. He is making USA more safe, but also NATO members and the European Union more safe.

I think Mr Trump will try to sell his economic growth agenda on the world stage and speak with the World Bank and the IMF, and I really look forward to his speech. It can be full of surprises. His administration said that Trump`s delegation to Davos will be large.

Mr Trump recognized Jerusalem as Israels capital. That can also be an issue if you think of the forums motto: “Committed to improving the state of the world.” We have seen this before.

At the 1994 annual meeting, Israeli Foreign Minister Shimon Peres and PLO chairman Yasser Arafat reached a draft agreement on Gaza and Jerico. Two years earlier, South African President F.W de Klerk met with Nelson Mandela and Chief Mangosuthu Buthelezi, which was the first joint appearance outside South Africa.

North Korea was invited to Davos in 2016, “in view of positive signs coming out of the country,” the WEF noted. North Korea has not been attending the WEF since 1998. The invitation was accepted but after their nuclear test on January 6, 2016 (only days before the meeting), the invitation was revoked.

North Korea`s delegation was made subject to “existing and possible forthcoming sanctions.”

The country protested and called the decision by the WEF managing board a “sudden and irresponsible” move, but the WEF committee maintained the exclusion because under these circumstances there would be no opportunity for international dialogue.

Last year, a head of state from the People`s Republic of China was invited to the alpine resort. With the backdrop of Brexit, an incoming protectionist US administration and significant pressure on free trade zones and trade agreements, President Xi Jinping defended the global economic scheme, and portrayed China as a responsible nation and a leader for environmental causes.

President Xi Jinping rebuked the current populist movements that would introduce tariffs and hinder global commerce, warning that such protectionism could foster isolation and reduced economic opportunity. This is still a hot potato.

Two year ago, the forum announced the opening of its new Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution in San Francisco. They said the center will “serve as a platform for interaction, insight and impact on the scientific and technological changes that are changing the way we live, work and relate to one another.” Great news at that time.

What about the crypto currency revolution? The cryptobank boom? All this decentralized coins and banking industry with tokens and their «smart contracts» that is flooding the market. Will the world leaders talk about it, and will the central banks answer with a centralized version in the future?

 

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1% of the world’s population will own more wealth than the other 99% by next year

Did you say financial crisis? What crisis? Since the financial crisis the number of billionaires has more than doubled, according to Oxfam International. They has calculated that in 2014 the richest 85 people on the planet owned as much as the poorest half of humanity.

Last year the richest 85 people saw their wealth increase by half a million dollars every minute, and seven out of ten people live in countries where the gap between the rich and poor is worse than thirty years ago.

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Today there are 16 billionaires in sub-Saharan Africa, alongside the 358 million people living in extreme poverty. Every year, 100 million people are pushed into poverty because they have to pay for health care.

The executive Director of Oxfam International, Winnie Byanyima released the new report «Richest 1% will own more than all the rest by 2016» yesterday, and she says;

Extreme inequality isn`t just a moral wrong. We know that it hampers economic growth and it threatens the private sector`s bottom line.

The combined wealth of the richest 1 percent will overtake that of the other 99 percent of people next year unless the current trend of rising inequality is checked. Oxfam warned today ahead of the annual World Economic Forum meeting in Davos.

Byanyima will use her position at Davos to call for urgent action to stem this rising tide of inequality, starting with a crackdown on tax dodging by corporations, and to push for progress towards a global deal on climate change.

Wealth; Having it all and wanting more; a research paper published yesterday by Oxfam, shows that the richest 1 percent have seen their share of global wealth increase from 44 percent in 2009 to 48 percent in 2014 and at this rate will be more than 50 percent in 2016. Members of this global elite had an average wealth of $2.7 million per adult in 2014.

Of the remaining 52 percent of global wealth, almost all (46 percent) is owned by the rest of the richest fifth of the world’s population. The other 80 percent share just 5.5 percent and had an average wealth of $3,851 per adult – that’s 1/700th of the average wealth of the 1 percent.

Winnie Byanyima, Executive Director of Oxfam International, said: “Do we really want to live in a world where the one percent own more than the rest of us combined?

Twenty percent of billionaires have interests in the financial and insurance sectors, a group which saw their cash wealth increase by 11 percent in the 12 months to March 2014. These sectors spent $550 million lobbying policy makers in Washington and Brussels during 2013. During the 2012 US election cycle alone, the financial sector provided $571 million in campaign contributions.
Billionaires listed as having interests in the pharmaceutical and healthcare sectors saw their collective net worth increase by 47 percent. During 2013, they spent more than $500 million lobbying policy makers in Washington and Brussels.
Oxfam is concerned that the lobbying power of these sectors is a major barrier in the way of reforming the global tax system and of ensuring intellectual property rules do not lead to the world’s poorest being denied life saving medicines.

Pope Francis and Christine Lagarde (IMF) are among those warning that rising inequality will damage the world economy if left unchecked, while the theme of Thomas Piketty`s best selling book «Capital» was the drift back towards late 19th century levels of wealth concentration.

Oxfam made headlines at Davos last year with the revelation that the 85 richest people on the planet have the same wealth as the poorest 50 percent (3.5 billion people). That figure is now 80 – a dramatic fall from 388 people in 2010. The wealth of the richest 80 doubled in cash terms between 2009-14.

It`s not easy to be rich. Like Jack Ma (Alibaba) said; If you own 1 million you are the luckiest man in the world. If you own 100 million you got headache. If you own 1 billion you have a huge responsibility for the society. Most of the rich end up being philanthropists.

World Economic forum in Davos starts tomorrow.

 

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