Psychedelic drugs were one of the hottest topics of discussion among Globalists at the World Economic Forum in Davos. At this year’s gathering, government leaders and corporate executives tried to figure out how they “might be able to use psychedelics” on the general population. They hope to soon market the dangerous drugs for “medical use” and encourage countries and companies to include such treatments in “health” coverage.
These intoxicants are an emerging but highly problematic industry. That’s why most of these drugs are still illegal almost everywhere globally. So why is the World Economic Forum suddenly concerned with this? Do the globalists want to drug us like they want to pump us full of the experimental and potentially deadly Covid “vaccine”.?
In any case, drugs of all kinds have been increasingly portrayed in a positive light for many years as part of cultural Marxist propaganda. The constant consumption of addictive substances is excellent for globalists because, in this way, one can keep the people (sheep) anesthetized and weak.
Watch the following German news video translated by RAIR Foundation USA:
Is Canada the World Economic Forum’s Testing Ground
Canada continues to be the testing laboratory for the WEF and their New World Order. The government recently approved British Columbia’s plan to decriminalize small amounts of hard drugs for personal use this week in what will be a three-year experiment.
Under the new plan, which will run from January 2023 through 2026, Canadians aged 18 and older will be allowed to possess up to 2.5 grams of opioids, cocaine, methamphetamine, and MDMA.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is a graduate of Klaus Schwab’s Forum of Young Global Leaders. The Canadian leader’s biography can be found on the WEF website. Schwab has boasted about his control over PM Trudeau and his cabinet. In 2017 Schwab said:
What we are very proud of now is the young generation like Prime Minister (Justin) Trudeau … We penetrate the cabinet. So yesterday I was at a reception for Prime Minister Trudeau, and I know that half of his cabinet, or even more than half of his cabinet, are actually Young Global Leaders of the World Economic Forum.
While psychedelics, opiates, and amphetamines are in different classes of drugs, all of them have the effect of changing the way people think (mind-altering is the usual term for all illegal street drugs) and keeping the population poisoned.
The World Economic Forum is known for being the most powerful lobbyist organization in the world, as well as an international talent pool. Every year, the global elite meet for the World Economic Forum in the ordinary spa and winter sport town of Davos. This is where the WEF founder Klaus Schwab holds his court. As usual, when the most powerful gather together, as with the Bilderberger meetings, no critical journalists are permitted to attend. Accordingly, only establishment press receive accreditation. Especially in 2022, when sensitive topics are being address, such as the following entitled: "Working Together, Restoring Trust" The U.S. news publisher Bloomberg reported that at this year's World Economic Forum meeting, government leaders had access to the "Medical Psychedelic House of Davos" This refers to a program which included 40 conferences and speakers that consisted of researchers, businesses, investors and even shaman. Officinally the Psychedelic House isn't part of the WEF main program. Never-the-less, the newest psychedelic drugs, also referred to as psychedelia were presented. Among the substances presented were hallucination inducing mushrooms, also know as magic mushrooms. As well as, peyote and mescaline. The most well know psychedelia is, of course, Lysergic acid diethylamide. Also known as LSD. LSD is synthetically produced in a lab, but originally comes from a fungus which grows mainly on rye. Marik Hazan, CEO of Energia Holdings Inc. from New York explains the drug conferences as such: "It's a really big change that world leaders are asking for - how to use psychedelics." Psychedelic drugs are an emergent, yet still problematic industry, despite the fact that some of these drugs are successful in treating certain conditions such as depression or PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) - most of these drugs are still illegal everywhere. In other words, Pharmacological companies researching such substances, are prohibited from marketing them by national laws. As a result, the BlackRock backed, Wallstreet Exchange-Traded Fund called Advisorshares Psychedelics ETF made significant losses this year - more than half of its original value. Among the participants at the "Psychedelic House" in Davos were defenders of alternative medicines, including Deepak Chopra's, Chopra Foundation, the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, the Imperial College London and the Ottawa University. Naturally, those in charge felt obliged to explain that the presentations were merely meant to encourage discussion of responsible introduction of such psychedelic drugs into society via medical sectors. This was meant to motivate country leaders and business to integrate such treatments within health care systems. As further stated, on the premises there were no such drugs presented. However, several experimental and immersive experiences were on offer, such as meditation, breathing techniques and ecstatic dance. Ironically, the world's most influential economic forum, currently concerned with deception, has decided to present this topic. It should raise some eyebrows. Will the presently illegal intoxicating substances become accessible to the public in the future? It would a plausible for the global elite to desire "calm" the partially rebellious population that opposed the strict Corona measures. This next time around, (a public) influenced of drugs, so that the marching orders of the government are followed. It would also be in the Pharma industries interests, so of course they play along. Cocaine, Heroine and speed (methamphetamine) were also permitted to be sold as medication. The most recent example of this is the pain killer OxyContin, which lead to a wave of addiction. The medication OxyContin contains the opioid Oxycodone. The manufacturer, Purdue Pharma, aggressively claimed that the medication was safe and supposedly not addictive. This was claimed despite the fact it is common knowledge that opiates are very addictive. This resulted in excellent returns for Purdue Pharma and a never before seen wave of addiction in America. It is advisable not to blindly follow Klaus Schwab's Pharma buddies.