Last Updated on January 21, 2023
Ukrainian politician Wladimir Klitschko boasted in a video to Twitter that he and other Ukrainians were invited to the World Economic Forum’s summit at Davos and that Russians were not invited because the World Economic Forum is a gathering of the “free world.” The remarks have been mocked on social media, where commenters tell Klitchscko that Russia is better off having not received a WEF invitation.
“Russia was not at WEF in Davos,” Wladimir Klitschko boasted in his post to Twitter, claiming that Russia wasn’t invited because “the free world” didn’t want Russians there.
“Russia was not at World Economic Forum in Davos. The free world did not invite it,” Klitschko said in an attached video, calling for the “free world” to sanction Russia “for its crimes.”
“The Russian economy will suffocate and return to the stone age,” he went on to claim, seemingly unaware that the World Economic Forum has suffocated numerous economies, like that of Sri Lanka, in recent years, as they move to “capture” governments all over the world and enforce their left-wing programs tied to central banking and the Chinese Communist Government.
“Nobody [at the World Economic Forum] is with bloodthirsty Russia,” Klitschko claimed. “Yes, we are all Ukrainians!”
Watch Klitschko brag about being invited to the World Economic Forum below:
— Klitschko (@Klitschko) January 20, 2023
Wladimir Klitschko and his brother, Vitali, who is the Mayor of Kiev, were briefly cast as Zelensky-type figures in the West, prior to Zelensky’s debut on the world stage and as the Russo-Ukrainian War first kicked off in 2014. That was immediately after Ukraine’s Soros-backed “revolution” that overthrew the nation’s democratically-elected government and replaced it with a Western-backed, historically corrupt version of itself.
With existing name recognition in the West from their days as championship boxers, the Klitschko brothers played the part well. In 2016, Wladimir even called for one of his boxing opponents to be suspended for “hate speech.”
Both men were present in Davos, where they posted photographs online of their meetings with Western neocons and globalists, who they’re presumably lobbying to enter the Russo-Ukrainian War.
While Ukrainian President Zelensky, who banned Orthodox Christianity, was originally slated to appear in person at Davos, he didn’t, and appeared by webcast, in a similar sweatshirt to the one he wore when he traveled to Washington, DC to ask America’s Congress for more money.
A frequent traveler in globalist circles, Zelensky has announced that he will be partnering with groups like the World Economic Forum and BlackRock to “rebuild” Ukraine.