Rand Paul: ‘Elitists Want a One World Government’
'It's not a conspiracy theory'
Senator Rand Paul discussed the ongoing World Economic Forum gathering in Davos Switzerland, arguing it is "not a conspiracy theory" to suggest the organization is seeking a one-world government.
The senator went one step further, adding that a "one world government" is the elite's "mission statement."
“This would be a government, a world government where you don’t get to vote on anybody," Paul told Fox News.
"This is everybody’s worst nightmare,” Paul asserted, referring to the "penetration" of the WEF, to quote its head, Klaus Schwab, into national governments.
“The bureaucracy that we have trouble in our United States because we don’t get to vote on them, we vote indirectly,” Paul said.
“Can you imagine the one-world bureaucracy of all these elitists and their private jets that would rule our country and we wouldn’t get to vote?” he asked.
The Senator continued:
“So I’m dead set against this and they used to call people that talked about one-world government used to say it’s a conspiracy."
"We would always say no, it’s in their mission statement," Paul said.
“They say it at every meeting," he said.
"That’s what they’re for,” Paul proclaimed, adding “lack of sovereignty means lack of freedom, it means lack of responsiveness and it’s completely antithetical to everything our country stands for.”
Meanwhile, as Klaus Schwab and Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla sat down to discuss their globalist plans, they launched an attack on those they describe as "conspiracy people."
As Neon Nettle reported:
Bourla told Schwab that his company has ensured governments in Europe and the U.S. will continue to protect pharmaceutical companies against lawsuits.
“With any other medicine, for example, we don’t ask anyone to do anything with liabilities,” Bourla said.
"I think we were — we were both targets of the anti-vaccine movements and conspiracy people claiming that I had triple — I wondered what it is — triple Covid.”
“I think you got hundreds of thousands of clicks and so on,” Schwab added, to which Bourla sarcastically replied.
“I read one day I was arrested by FBI.”
"Same happened to me,” Schwab said.