How to Confront a Global Crisis: Sleepwalk It

February 15, 2019

As the world awaits AI, sleepwalking has become the preferred method of decision-makers. The Daily Devil's Dictionary explains. Scott Ritter, a former Marine Corps intelligence officer and nuclear arms inspector, assessing the state of the world in the wake of the US withdrawal from the 1987...

Davos Has Turned Duplicitous and Diabolical

February 08, 2019

The record number of corporate jets landing in Davos are testimony to a toxic ideology that must be replaced by a more humane zeitgeist. This author has been in touch with some of the Davos jet set. He can attest that the people who gather every year in Switzerland at the World Economic Forum do...

Jair Bolsonaro Had “Nothing” to Say at Davos

January 24, 2019

Brazil’s new president, Jair Bolsonaro, was the keynote speaker at Davos… who had nothing to say. The Daily Devil’s Dictionary reports.  In January every year, Davos in Switzerland hosts an assembly of the most high-powered decision-makers in the economic and political world. They...

The Daily Devil’s Dictionary: Your “Attention” Please

January 29, 2018

George Soros takes aim at digital media giants Facebook and Google. At Davos, billionaire hedge fund manager and market manipulator George Soros is emerging as the Che Guevara of the digital era, the scourge of the new tyrants at the head of the postmodern capitalist order. Soros has opened...

How Much Does Google Know About You?

February 07, 2015

Covert technology is 30 years ahead of what’s in the public realm, argues Norman Ball. Google Chairman Eric Schmidt made a splash recently at Davos with his quip about the vanishing Internet. Frankly, he does creepy better than obtuse when he all but begged the question about what the hell...

To Davos, Dynamic Rooms and All of That

January 28, 2015

The world’s top 1% are on target to own more than the bottom 99% by 2016. When a handful of the world’s wealthiest and most influential people gather to strategically talk about their leadership roles over us — the ostensibly led — the definition of conspiracy is largely fulfilled, even...

Abe’s Call to Stand Up to China: At What Cost?

Should the world stand up to an increasingly assertive China?  By Benjamin Ho Sino-Japanese ties, strained by territorial and historical disputes, took a further beating recently after a speech by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the World Economic Forum in Davos, in which he called on...