Mass vaccination and climate change: the strange agenda of the Russian Davos - PLANETES360

Mass vaccination and climate change: the strange agenda of the Russian Davos – PLANETES360

The 25th St. Petersburg International Economic Forum will change that.

By Edward Slavsquat

L’Oligarchic Burning Man by Klaus Schwab ended last week and everyone had fun predicting how many people would starve in the next twelve months. All except Russian oligarchs and Kremlin bureaucrats, who have been rudely excluded from this year’s festivities due to sanctions.

Don’t worry. Russia has its own Davos, the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, and this year’s agenda will bombard the Federal Reserve.

First things first: if you want to come to this fancy conference, you have to test negative.

Don’t you have any viruses? Good. Here is a sample of the “business program” that will start on June 16:


Since fake news is the dreaded Virus, oh no! What is there to do?

The problem of counterfeits is particularly pronounced in difficult times, such as COVID-19 and a tense geopolitical situation: people make rash decisions based on unreliable information, and the consequences can be serious, even fatal. Society was unprepared for the resulting onslaught of fakes and was unable to critically assess fake news on such a scale as a direct result of a polluted information environment. It is necessary to improve the digital literacy of everyone, from school children to the elderly, if we want to create a safe digital environment. This includes making the industry self-regulate, as in the Anti-Misleading Information Memorandum. Who creates and spreads counterfeits? How do they influence government policy? How can counterfeits lead to death? And how are the statistics on counterfeits in the special operation in Ukraine?



Russian business leaders are concerned about climate change:

A common climate agenda should be one of the unifying projects in a region as diverse as Eurasia. Today, economic cooperation must be developed within the framework of the climate agenda, partly to achieve the objectives of the Paris Agreement and the UN Sustainable Development Goals, including the necessary approaches and mechanisms based on the principles of the EAEU which functions as a single market.

Realizing Greater Eurasia’s unique potential to achieve climate goals will require quick solutions to several practical problems: reaching political consensus in key areas of cooperation; prevpreventingative socio-economic effects, such as the widening of the gap between developed and developing nations, and the appearance of barriers to trade and investment; find a balance in public-private partnerships in green financing to stimulate technological transformation, including through extra-budgetary funds; create a basis for the free movement of carbon units within the EAEU and further integration with a major trading partner, and facilitate the availability of technologies that help reduce emissions and ensure low-carbon development and efficient and sustainable use of fossil resources.

Given the current geopolitical situation, is the climate agenda at the center of economic collaboration? How are issues such as accelerated import substitution related to low-carbon development goals? How to ensure the financing of the technological transition? Are the sources of funding clear and how can the gap be closed with the true scale of investment needed? How can we move low carbon technologies from an area of ​​competition to an area of ​​cooperation? Is an international climate technology bank a real possibility?

That’s an excellent question: Is an international climate technology bank a real possibility? This is the first question you would ask if you were hosting a business conference in a country that has just severed all ties with the degenerate West.


Russian business leaders are also determined to ensure that everyone is vaccinated, forever:

The advances made in recent decades in biotechnology, immunology, molecular biology, and other related disciplines have made it possible to move towards better next-generation vaccines. The issues in this area are ensuring mass vaccination and building a strong evidence base for effective and safe innovative approaches. However, new challenges have arisen due to the emergence of previously unknown infections and the spread of infectious epidemics globally. In the current geopolitical situation, Russia must avoid a setback in the development and production of vaccines and maintain the development potential of the industry.

The world pharmaceutical community must support itself in the humanitarian aspect and consolidate the international potential for the development of effective tools for alerting infectious threats to prevent their impact on the socio-economic life of the planet. How can Russia best harness its potential to ensure the nation’s biosecurity in the face of new challenges? What innovative developments in the field of vaccines can have an impact on the management of biosecurity risks worldwide? Is the global community ready to maintain the paradigm of united efforts in the face of the threat posed by infectious epidemics? What role does Russia play as an international partner in preventing new and re-emerging infectious threats in the face of new challenges?

If we read between the lines, it is further proof that the Russian government is days away from denouncing WHO-sponsored vaccine terrorism.


Russia continues to implement its “health shield”, a virus control system. The oligarchs believe this could be a great source of business :

The prevention of threats to the population’s health has become one of the fundamental factors for sustainable economic and social development. A month of confinement can lead to zero growth of the economy for the year, not to mention the flow of external restrictions that affect the exchange rate and the volatility of the ruble, as well as the threats to epidemiological security that emanate from the activities of hostile countries.

Investments in strengthening the country’s “health shield” will not only prevent potential losses in the event of new pandemics but should also help develop related industries and stimulate technological advances and import substitution in the field of biotechnologies. Government investment in a “health shield” has a multiplier effect by attracting additional investment in science, biotechnology development, test and vaccine production, laboratory instrumentation, and industry development specialist design and construction, which plays an important role. important during the period of prohibitive sanctions. , when import substitution and increased production of Russian products will become the only option to develop and protect the country.

The search for specialists will create the necessary conditions for the development of human resources in the areas of genetic technologies, bioinformatics, epidemiology, and microbiology. What kind of effect do investments in biohazard preparedness have on development? What new tools will the “health shield” provide to protect against epidemics? How can investments in the fight against epidemics be converted into the development of science, industry, and education? What role do industrial partners play? How will the “health shield” contribute to import substitution? In which specific areas of biosafety can Russia become a leader and create standards? What mechanisms are needed to multiply investments in the “health shield”?

So many good questions.

By the way, who is the main sponsor of this multipolar event? Come on, you know.

But will Sber CEO Herman Gref give a big talk on Kabbalah like he did at the 2012 conference? We wait :

[Lors] Petersburg International Economic Forum 2012, Sberbank CEO Herman Gref decided to spice up the conversation with a bit of ancient occult wisdom. Mr. Gref, who a year earlier had been elected to the board of directors of the World Economic Forum, moderated a panel discussion at the annual conference titled “Breaking the Management Deadlock: Wisdom of the Crowds or Genius? authorized? »

The conversation quickly degenerated into a succession of hackneyed clichés and repetitive monologues about “the crowdsourcing of the future” and blah blah blah.

Grief decided to intervene.

“You say terrible things,” he told participants. “You are proposing to put power back in the hands of the people… If each person can participate directly in management, then what are we managing? »

Citing the teachings of Confucius and the mysticism of Kabbalah, he reminded everyone of the age-old tradition of hiding the truth from the untrustworthy masses.

“People don’t want to be manipulated when they know. What does it mean to lift the veil from the eyes of millions of people and empower them? How to manage them? Any control of the masses implies an element of manipulation”, observed Greg.

(DonGregorry, I was “joking”).

It must be a great event. Unfortunately, Klaus will not be present. Could it be next year?

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