Fighting the New World Order, a Defund Davos Act introduced in House of Representatives

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A group of U.S. House members led by Rep. Scott Perry of Pennsylvania introduced the Defund Davos Act, aimed at halting American funding to the World Economic Forum.

Representatives Tom Tiffany of Wisconsin, Paul Gosar of Arizona, Diana Harshbarger of Tennessee, Andy Ogles of Tennessee, and Matt Rosendale of Montana joined Perry as cosponsors.

The legislation is simple: It would prohibit the Department of State and the United States Agency for International Development from allocating funds to the increasingly controversial World Economic Forum. The move reflects growing concerns among conservatives in Congress about the expenditures and the focus of the forum’s annual conference held in Davos, Switzerland. The weeklong 2024 conference, on the theme of “Rebuilding Trust,” ended Friday.

Read an WEF annual report at this link to understand more about the goals of the organization.

“Forcing American Taxpayers to fund annual ski trips for insular, global elitists is absurd – not to mention reprehensible. The World Economic Forum doesn’t deserve one cent of American funding, and it’s past time we defund Davos,” Rep. Perry said.

The World Economic Forum is known for its annual conference that assembles CEOs, world leaders, and other influential figures to discuss various global issues.

At the most recent meeting in Davos, numerous federal officials attended at the expense of U.S. taxpayers to hear people like WEF founder and CEO Klaus Schwab and Biden Administration Climate Envoy John Kerry, who told the gathering that farmers are the next target: “Agriculture contributes about 33% of all the emissions of the world. And we can’t get to Net Zero—we don’t get this job done—unless agriculture is front and center as part of the solution … You just can’t continue to both warm the planet, while also expecting to feed it. It doesn’t work. So we have to reduce emissions from the food system.”

Rep. Perry and other conservatives have expressed concerns over the nature of the elitist organization that fields topics ranging from global governance to new solutions to world hunger, like encouraging people to eat insects.

Historically, the United States has contributed millions of dollars to support the forum and its conferences, which conservatives view as dystopian.

The conference has been a platform for leaders from nations like China and Iran to oppose U.S. interests and explore ways to enforce global governance.

Rep. Tiffany echoed Perry’s statements, saying, “The wealthy WEF globalists should not receive Americans’ hard-earned tax dollars. The Defund Davos Act would ensure that U.S. tax dollars are not funding the World Economic Forum and their reset on our way of life. I thank Congressman Perry for leading this important effort.”

Read Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s speech about agriculture at this link.

American Majority CEO Ned Ryun told Fox News host Laura Ingraham that the WEF is an extremist organization:

“The WEF is a fanatical political organization that uses fear and manipulation, like Covid hysteria, like the hoax of global warming, to really facilitate people thinking that somehow they’re the saviors,” Ryun said. “But really all you’re doing is helping them accomplish their goal, which really is a global public-private fascist movement, and fusion of big government, big tech, big money, to create a technocratic ruling elite, which conveniently is them. They want to create feudalism 2.0, in which we are serfs, and they are the lords ruling over us. That’s what they’re aiming for.”

The Defund Davos bill reflects concerns about the forum’s objectives, which include establishing a global financial system, promoting policies like mandatory electric vehicle purchases and car sharing, and leveraging Artificial Intelligence in driving the economy and societal functions. It has a good chance of passing the U.S. House of Representatives, but almost no chance of getting by Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer of New York and the Democrats who control the Senate.

The full text of the bill can be read at this link.

32 COMMENTS

  1. We are some $33T+ in debt, and the US taxpayers are sending money so that billionaires can have a luxury vacation in the Swiss Alps?
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    WTF!

  2. The WEF is an inherently evil organization, actively and publicly promoting totalitarianism, and their sociopathic spokesman Klaun Schwab is the face of that evil.

  3. Time for what is left of USA to quit funding wars that never end like Ukraine and Middle East; WEF, UN, WHO, and all other extremist organizations. We also need to stop non-government organizations (NGO), pharmaceutical companies, and 501C organizations from pushing their crimes against humanity agendas to depopulate the world and enslave humanity. The criminals like Fauci, Gates, Schwab, Kerry, etc. etc. must be held accountable for their crimes against humanity.

  4. It’s a great idea, but far too many Republicans want to feed at that trough.

    Better chance of getting a full PFD plus a decade of reimbursements of monies stolen.

  5. We need an investigation: When did U.S. funding for this start? Who got paid? How is kerry involved and who is paying him? The corruption here stinks. My questions are just for starters… We’re bound to uncover billions in payouts to the already uber-rich. Is this the organization that will introduce us to the antichrist?

    • It’s been going on for years, but really warp-speeded with Clinton & Obama years. Bush MIGHT have had some hands in this also, but he probably got side-tracked with the 9-11 terror attacks.

  6. If we can take the time to write a comment here, surely we have time to let Congresswoman Peltola know to support this. Fool’s errand I know, but our silence is what she’s counting on.
    Suzanne, a request for Peltola’s comment would have been a nice addition to this article…

  7. An example of how to fight the New World Order (the rat pack in Davos) that is happening in Germany right now.
    ‘https://rumble.com/v479fth-the-twilight-of-global-order-harley-schlanger.html

  8. Ushering in The False Man of Peace a satanic agenda by the WEF
    ‘https://www.brighteon.com/e1c2d206-a818-42eb-b2d2-c5d91ab49c33
    Apocalypse

  9. Child trafficking into the WEF Davos convention: ‘https://www.brighteon.com/61405674-bbc7-480a-85f8-7431d8810459

  10. 9 Million dollars spent this year alone. Why? These people(and I use the term loosely) are anti-people, anti-animal, and want nothing but themselves and their AI servants and a ceiling of 500,000 population for the entire planet. They should all be isolated on a funny farm, and certainly not funded by us.

  11. If the House Republicans could hang together and get tough with the Senate on annual appropriations, NO money could be spent on or sent to Davos. This is actually an opportunity for the great appropriator, Senator Murkowski to play a key role. She should be forced to go on record on this issue.

  12. Needs defunded immediately. Glad those folks have been financially successful, however that does not give them the right to run our lives! Vote informed and responsibly, please!

  13. Zionist and the New World Order

    ‘https://rumble.com/v45xtf6-the-perils-of-zionsim-veteran-jet-pilot-chris-k..html

  14. An interesting read about Davos:
    Davos Turns Gently to the Right
    Global elites begin to grasp that statism doesn’t work and the world needs America.

    Argentina’s new libertarian President Javier Milei was quoted mas saying “far from being the cause of our problems, free-trade capitalism as an economic system is the only instrument we have to end hunger, poverty and extreme poverty across our planet.”
    ‘https://www.wsj.com/articles/davos-turns-gently-to-the-right-elites-grasp-statism-fails-and-the-world-needs-america-9033dd20?mod=opinion_lead_pos10’

    Definitely seems like people around the world are waking up to the woke agenda and its plethora of failures.

  15. So, if the Republicans actually get control of Congress and the WH will they reintroduce this kind of legislation? Or do they only introduce principled bills when they know they won’t pass?

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