WEF Associates Say Klaus Schwab Has A “God Complex”

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As the annual conference of the World Economic Forum (WEF) kicked off on Monday in Davos, Switzerland, it is reported that WEF associates are discussing a successor for the organization’s founder and head Klaus Schwab, age 85.  Current and former WEF staffers have said Schwab has a “god complex” and plans to run the organization until his death like a pope or monarch.  The charter names Schwab as having sole power to choose his own successor.  One U.S.-based WEF veteran reportedly told Politico, “[Schwab] has a God complex, and thinks he’s in the fittest 0.1 per cent.”