Why Is Brad Garlinghouse Listed On World Economic Forum Website?May 23, 2022 7:23 pm
Let’s talk World Economic Forum for a minute, shall we?
And that creep Klaus Schwab.
Sorry folks, but if you ordered an evil villain set on world domination straight out of Central Casting in Hollywood, you’d get exactly this guy. Dr. Evil in the flesh, basically.
We just call it like we see it here at ProCoinNews.
But, here’s another truth about these guys and the World Economic Forum: they’re powerful. They set the world’s agenda. They’re not elected officials and they don’t appear to answer to anyone, but they have managed to seize power on the world stage so they have my attention.
And I noticed today as I was looking into their meeting that Brad Garlinghouse (CEO, Ripple) is listed on the WEF website.
It’s real, take a look right here:
It’s unclear exactly WHY Garlinghouse is listed.
This Tweet suggests he’s part of the WEF Global Future Council on Cryptocurrencies:
Brad Garlinghouse is one of many members of the World Economic Forum Global Future Council on Cryptocurrencies.
Ripple – Brad Garlinghouse
BinanceUS – Catherine Coley
Stellar – Denelle Dixon
— 𝗕𝗮𝗻𝗸XRP (@BankXRP) January 21, 2021
But if you go to that link, the page is taken down.
All WEF Global Future Councils are listed here, but there is none for cryptocurrencies: https://www.weforum.org/communities/global-future-councils
Perhaps he is listed just because he’s a notable person of interest?
Or perhaps because he has a deep integration and working relationship with the WEF?
In any event, he seems to be proudly and prominently featured by the WEF and that bodes very well for Ripple — in my opinion.
IYKYK…and we’ve known all along, haven’t we folks?
At least those of us who’ve been listening to the Digital Asset Investor.
DAI briefly touched on Garlinghouse and Schwab and the WEF today on his show and his take was VERY interesting…
So what do you think?
Do you trust Schwab and the WEF?
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