Davos Wing-ding Under Way

Can they bring back the jackalope?

Davos 2017, the World Economic Forum (http://investorplace.com/2017/01/davos-2017/), opened yesterday, and has already pumped out enough B.S. to fertilize the Sahara Desert.

First up, the whoopee crowd honored a bunch of Celebrities for all the truly great things they’ve done. It came up in the conversation: “We are working to end violence in the world.”

I keep telling you, liberals want to be gods. They’re going to end violence? Who do they think they are? Like, if there was a way “to end violence,” no one would have figured it out by now? We had to wait umpteen thousand years for today’s celebs to come along? Talking about taking yourself too seriously–!

Then, predictably, the Davos mob declared 2016 to have been “the hottest year on record.” They do this every year. They still haven’t given up on using the boogie-man of Climate Change to scare us into giving them absolute power over every aspect of life.

Among their big concerns this year is how to stop populism, as exemplified by Donald Trump, and get poor us to fall in love with globalism again. They think we’ve been tricked into not worshiping them.

Finally, I have an unconfirmed report that the Forum plans to spend $305 billion (that’s one thousand billion Euros) to re-establish the jackalope as the dominant herbivore in North America. Former Secretary of State John Kerry, attending Davos 2017 as a washed-up chowderhead, says the jackalope can prosper on government-owned land, “but only if the government owns all the land.”

Stay tuned for further fun developments as the world’s richest, smartest people get together to screw us.

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4 responses to “Davos Wing-ding Under Way

  • UnKnowable

    Isn’t it interesting that no matter what the problem is, their solution always involves giving up more of our rights and prosperity.

  • UnKnowable

    One thing that completely puzzles me is the presence of celebrities in these things. How does being an actor or musician qualify you to hold newsworthy opinions regarding economics?

    Don’t these people realize that celebrities are only such because the public voluntarily adulates them? Take away the fame and George Clooney is just a man. Indeed, he is handsome and a talented actor, but that is only significant if you are making a movie, TV show or stage play.

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