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A look into our future… so bleak…
Reviewed in the United States on June 26, 2021
At Davos, the theme was you’ll own nothing and love it. Now we are starting to see signs of stakeholder capitalism which is code for the 4th industrial revolution. This book much like the others is another rebrand of the same book Klaus has written many times. He’s like a college student that reuses the same paper in every class and changes the title and a few paragraphs to work for the subject.
That being said this is a view where global corporations own everything and allow us a small piece. They do this by making it appear that people have a say in how the corporations run. I bought this book because I couldn’t believe that all of the sudden all corporations are hard core thinking all the things that the youth has been complaining about since the cultural revolution. Now I can see he lays it out very clearly. You want to know what happens after COVID? This book will help but after you are done reading it you may not be on board from socialism for the common man and capitalism for the corporations at the same time. Then allowing technocrats to tell all us sheep how to exist. That’s how we have been living since COVID started sounds like this is just a toe in the water compared to this playbook.