Swiss Police And Military Are Setting Up Roadblocks and Checking Finger Prints Near WEF Summit (Video)
The WEF’s annual summit in Davos, Switzerland begins January 16th but there have already been reports of police and military personnel blocking roads and checking fingerprints near Davos.
Disclose.tv was the first to break the story on Twitter and released a video of Swiss police scanning a person’s finger outside of Davos.
The independent news aggregator captioned their video by writing “Police and military have blocked the access roads to Davos, where Klaus Schwab is holding his World Economic Forum summit.People, vehicles, and fingerprints are now being checked.”
NOW – Police and military have blocked the access roads to Davos, where Klaus Schwab is holding his World Economic Forum summit.
People, vehicles, and fingerprints are now being checked. pic.twitter.com/K5p1r2iMas
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) January 13, 2023
As strange as it seems, the extreme security measures is nothing new to the WEF Summit.
The Gateway Pundit reported last year conservative journalist Jack Posobiec was detained by WEF Police.
BREAKING: The World Economic Forum has it’s own paramilitary force complete with @wef BADGES and armed with military-grade weapons.
They are harassing and detaining journalists at-will.
By what authority do they operate? Who do commands them?
Do Swiss authorities have any say? pic.twitter.com/7jxHbFzo8Y
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) May 23, 2022
This year, Swiss authorities are deploying 5,000 Swiss Army soldiers to guard world leaders attending the WEF Summit.
The WEF Summit is set to be January 16-20 and its theme this year is “Cooperation in a Fragmented World.”
“5,000 Swiss troops will provide security at the WEF Davos Forum”https://t.co/XrjPE3Qc9P
Why does Schwab need an army to protect him?
— David Vance (@DVATW) January 12, 2023