Adam Grant, professor of psychology and part of the WEF agenda machine and senior advisor to Bill Gates, believes elections are undemocratic. He explained this in a guest article for The New York Times. Because people are too stupid to vote. The World Economic Forum is fast proving to be an undemocratic and unconstitutional organization.
As one of the “Ten Most Influential Management Thinkers”, as Klaus Schwab’s World Economic Forum (WEF) describes him on its website, Professor Adam Grant has been recognized as one of the most influential people in shaping the world in the context of the “Great Reset”. Considered an important person in the case. In fact, in an op-ed for the New York Times titled “Elections Are Bad for Democracy”, Grant pointed out that people are too stupid to vote. Of course, he puts it more plainly:
Officials have worked hard to protect elections and assure citizens of their integrity. But if we want probity in public office, perhaps it would be better to do away with elections altogether. (…) If you think this sounds undemocratic, think again. The ancient Greeks had invented democracy, and many government officials in Athens were chosen by lottery – a random lottery drawn from a pool of candidates. In the United States we already use a sort of lottery for jury selection. What if we did the same thing with mayors, governors, legislators, judges, and even presidents?
But who should make up this pool of potential candidates? According to Grant, candidates must take and pass an exam similar to the United States citizenship test for immigrants. And then there’s the question of who wants to make sure that a “random” selection by drawing a lottery is really random.
However, Grant makes it clear that the World Economic Forum is an undemocratic organization and therefore unconstitutional, by definition, according to the constitutions of most countries in the world. Because Grant isn’t the only WEF proponent who doesn’t think much of democratic elections. Even WEF boss Klaus Schwab doesn’t hide his displeasure:
Furthermore, in order to advance a destructive climate agenda, attention has to be paid to “toxic” competition between parties and “toxifying politics”. Basically, it means little more than allowing only more well behaved agenda puppets and silencing critical voices in a sort of socialist one-party system (“You’ll have nothing and still be happy”). Not there. Unlike the strange birds of the “Reichsberger”, who do not have the remotest prospect of a coup, the World Economic Forum represents a real and serious threat. There is absolutely no dearth of power, money and influence in this global organization.