#3626849 at 2018-10-27 19:36:11 (UTC+1) Q Research General #4603: Standing Vigilant Edition
Swiss Company Builds Factory In China To Make Robots With Robots
The perfect Technocrat dream is to build robots with other robots, automating the entire process. This will result in the maximum displacement of human workers in the shortest time possible. China, of course, is happy to receive more robots for its factories. ? TN Editor
Robots will make robots at a new ABB (ABBN.S) factory in China, which the Swiss engineering group said on Saturday it plans to build for $150 million in Shanghai as it defends its place as the country's largest maker of industrial robots.
The factory, located near ABB's China robotics campus, is due to be operating by the end of 2020 and will produce robots for China as well as for export elsewhere in Asia. China is ABB's No. 2 market after the United States.
"Shanghai has become a vital center for advanced technology leadership - for ABB and the world," ABB Chief Executive UlrichSpiesshofer said in a statement announcing the project.
#167686 at 2018-01-26 18:18:21 (UTC+1) Q Research General #203: Pray For Sophia Edition
ONCE and 4 all: Here is list and names of all people who attended and gave a speech or received an award. SOROS is NOWHERE mentioned or on any list!!!!!!
The World Economic Forum's (WEF) 48th annual meeting is coming to Davos, Switzerland next week. Here are the Davos attendees 2018.
The WEF's organisers are expecting a record number of leaders from G7 economies to attend, along with many other heads of state, leaders of government and international organisations, and business, civil society, academia, the arts and media, with some 400 sessions planned.
US president Donald Trump caused a stir when his administration revealed earlier this month he would be attending - while German chancellor Angela Merkel might also be there, potentially setting up a showdown between Trump and the world's globalist political establishment.
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This year's opening address will be delivered by India's prime minister Narendra Modi, with Trump expected to deliver a keynote address before the close of the meeting.
Over 21 percent of participants at this year's meeting will be women, a higher proportion than at any previous meeting and the event will be chaired by seven women - the first all-female panel in its history.
The WEF 2018's all female co-chairs are: Sharan Burrow, general secretary of the International Trade Union Confederation; Fabiola Gianotti, European Organization for Nuclear Research's (CERN) general director; Isabelle Kocher, chief executive at Engie; Christine Lagarde, the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) general director, Ginni Rometty IBM chief executive, Chetna Sinha, founder of the Mann Deshi Foundation, and Erna Solberg, prime minister of Norway.
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Other leaders from the G20 include Liu He, general director of CPC Central Committee of the People's Republic of China; Mauricio Macri, president of Argentina, Cyril Ramaphosa, deputy president of South Africa; Michel Temer, president of Brazil, and Alain Berset, president of the Swiss Confederation.
The recipients of the World Economic Forum's 24th Annual Crystal Awards are the actress Cate Blanchett, singer Elton John, and actor Shah Rukh Khan. The awards - presented on the evening of 22 January - celebrate artists who have "shown commitment to improving the state of the world".
The theme for this year's Davos meeting is Creating a Shared Future in a Fractured World.
Here's the full Davos attendees 2018 list:
Shahid Khaqan Abbasi
His Majesty King Abdullah II ibn Al Hussein
David Abney Enrique Acevedo Paul Achleitner
Akinwumi Ayodeji Adesina Stephen J. Adler
H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco Ilham Aliyev ike Allen Sarah Al Amiri Platon Antoniou Frank Appel Mercedes Aráoz Johan C. Aurik David Autor Roberto Azevędo Mayssoun Azzam Zeinab Badawi Pascale Baeriswyl Alice Bah Kuhnke Gary Barker Martin Baron Maria Bartiromo Inga Beale Carol BeckerAnna Belkina
Marc R. Benioff Alain Berset Afsaneh ashayekhi Beschloss Shereen Bhan Fatih Birol Cate Blanchett Henry Blodget Rebecca Blumenstein
Michael C. Bodson Rachel Botsman Albert Bourla Privahini Bradoo Břrge Brende Jesper Brodin Bruce Broussard Patrick Brown Nancy Brown Tania Bryer Erik Brynjolfsson Thomas Buberl Dan Buettner Hessa Bint Eisa Buhumaid
Paul Bulcke Elisabeth Bumiller Sally Bundock
Sinéad Burke Michael S. Burke Ursula Burns
Sharan Burrow Stewart Butterfield Winnie Byanyima Oliver Cann Mauricio Cardenas
Mark Carney Stephen Carroll Ashton B. Carter
Juan Carlos Castilla-Rubio Chan Chun Sing
Vikram Chandra Natarajan Chandrasekaran
Jean-Yves Charlier Chen Man John Chipman
Benoît Coeuré et etc…S's : Saleh Al Sada
Ignacio Sánchez Galán
Juan Manuel Santos
Stephen A. Schwarzman
Jennifer Zhu Scott
Robert J. Shiller
David J. Skorton
James C. Smith
Bradford L. Smith
Robert F. Smith
William Smith Stubbs
Jim Hagemann Snabe
Andrew R. Sorkin
Sir Martin Sorrell
Jens Spahn UlrichSpiesshofer
Lynn St Amour
Joseph E. Stiglitz
Tarek Sultan Al Essa
William Lacy Swing
#166152 at 2018-01-26 13:27:01 (UTC+1) Q Research General #201: UK + US = Invincible Edition
This is a part of a longer article from a German magazine about Soros, the WEF, US-Nobel laureate and a gigantic money machine:
"In Davos, Soros asks for dinner and critics of lesser rank are approached in one-to-one interviews with his many founding directors. The ticket costs $ 19,000 per person. In addition comes the annual contribution: For 200.000 ? the boss may come only with one coworker. 600,000 ? costs the full membership. The room not under 4,000 euros. Soros holds many tickets for its barrel tensioners. The coveted invitations for so-called "World Media Leader" to the WEF are one of the means to at least generate approval silence in the media. Of course, Soros's economic theory dominates the forum; the WEF is part of its giant money machine: If European politicians are influenced by US Nobel laureates to support Greece with many billions, then the bill of the speculator who has previously bought up Greek government bonds will pay off. The basic pattern of attacks is always the same in thrust and sharpness."
The whole article describes, what Trump is doing in Davos:
That he invited the following people:
Kasper Rorsted von Adidas, Joe Kaeser von Siemens, Heinrich Hiesinger von Thyssenkrupp, Werner Baumann von Bayer und Bill McDermott von SAP. Ebenfalls eingeladen waren UlrichSpiesshofer, Chef des Maschinen- und Roboterherstellers ABB, die Chefs von Statoil, Nestle, Novartis, HSBC, Total, Anheuser-Busch, Nokia, Deloitte und Volvo und ABB.
That who wanted to sit at Soros table, wasn't invited to Trump's table.
"So while Trump met with his chosen one, George Soros had dinner with his invited guests. That too is a message. Trump drives into Soro's kitchen and he sprinkles pepper. If you read the current media coverage to Soros, in turn, threw his guests a few neat chunks between the courses. The Süddeutsche reports that Soros accused Trump of wanting to "create a 'mafia state' similar to Vladimir Putin's in Russia - but thankfully, that hinders the American constitution. Trump and his government are a danger to the world. " It seems, however, that Soro's influence is dwindling."
Another important (sarcastic!) sentence:
"Good that Angela Merkel is allowed to know this man on her side."
So, this author is convinced that Merkel is Soros' girl. Who would have imagined that? But there has been never before a German article stating the obvious.
#161771 at 2018-01-26 00:21:44 (UTC+1) Q Research General #196: POTUS crushing it in davos Edition
A bit late, but here's the guest list from Trump's business dinner earlier today. Still hunting for list of UK participants in meeting preceding that.
Kasper Rorsted, Adidas (Apparel)-Germany
Joe Kaeser, Siemens AG (Tech)-Germany
Heinrich Hiesinger, Thyssenkrupp AG (Industrials)-Germany
Eldar Saetre, Statoil ASA (Energy)-Norway
Mark Schneider, Nestle SA (Food and Beverage)-Switzerland
Vas Narasimhan, Novartis AG (Pharmaceutical)-Switzerland
Mark Tucker, HSBC (Financial Services)-UK
Patrick Pouyanne, Total SA (Energy)-France
Carlos Brito, Anheuser-Busch InBev NV (Food and Beverage)-Netherlands
Rajeev Suri, Nokia Corporation (Technology)-Finland