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His life

Wikipedia does not name his parents which is a red flag. He was born 3/30/1938 in
Ravensburg, Germany. He has two degrees, one in Economics and one in Engineering, both from Swiss universities and a Master of Public Administration from the J.F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard. 17 honorary doctorates from all over the world, like London School of Economics.

Other sources give away a bit more. He has a father named Eugen who was a factory
director, in a subsidiary of a major Swiss company called Escher-Wyss (Swiss industrial
company with a focus on engineering and turbine construction) in Ravensburg, Germany. He was born 1899 in Switzerland but had a German passport. Nothing about his mother, except that both her parents were Swiss.

Klaus grew up in Ravensburg, Germany (close to the Swiss border) and in Au, near Zurich
(Switzerland), where he spent two years in a Swiss primary school (1945 – 1947). I will come back to this later. Then he moved back to Germany, there he attended the Spohn
Gymnasium.

In the book “Gastgeber der Mächtigen” (Host to the Mighty), Schwab talks a bit about his
youth and his upbringing. There we learn that Eugen Schwab tried, out of Germany, to apply for Swiss citizenship but it was denied by the Swiss federal court. “This trauma” was the reason why Klaus Schwab, after over 50 years living in Switzerland, never applied for a
Swiss passport. This is still news today!

During WW2, Ravensburg was a distribution center for allied prisoners of war and his father was active with the Red Cross. Apparently, he (as a German citizen!) helped to set up an agreement with the allies, that cities that were not in the defence industry would be no target for air strikes.

Around 1957 at the age 19 he went back to Switzerland for good and from 1958 to 1966 (8
years) he was on an educational fast train finishing all his degrees summa cum laude. As if
that wasn’t enough, he worked for Escher-Wyss in Zurich, was the assistant to the CEO
“VDMA” (Association of mechanical and plant engineering) in Frankfurt, went to America for his Masters (because he was so clever, he could skip a year) and got to know Henry
Kissinger and Kenneth Galbraith. So he was extremely well connected. Back home, he
received the Doctor honoris cause, University of Bern. What a CV!

Now things really speeded-up. Back home at the age of 30, he went straight to the board of
Escher-Wyss in Zurich, where he was responsible for integrating Escher-Wyss into Sulzer
AG, and in his spare time he was a professor at Centre d’Etudes Industrielles in Geneva.
Then suddenly after 2 years he decided to ditch it all and start the World Economic Forum on24th January 1971.

Now things really speeded-up. Back home at the age of 30, he went straight to the board of
Escher-Wyss in Zurich, where he was responsible for integrating Escher-Wyss into Sulzer
AG, and in his spare time he was a professor at Centre d’Etudes Industrielles in Geneva.
Then suddenly after 2 years he decided to ditch it all and start the World Economic Forum on 24th January 1971.

Ever since, he gets tax money for the WEF security in Davos, draws in army and police from all over Switzerland, to make sure no one dares to gate-crash the private party. The WEF lasts for 4 day and costs around 43 Million Swiss Francs in tax money (that includes army and police). Every now and then there is some “resistance” from a bunch of clowns, but that is obviously controlled opposition, they make sure no one in his right mind wants to be part of it, so the sham continues to date.

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