Taki on Davos

February 1 2014

“Klaus Schwab, the World Economic Forum’s founder, is a serious man who means well and tries to keep the bling and glitz out of his forum, but with people like Sean Parker throwing non-stop parties in order to self-promote, his is a Sisyphean task. […] Still, the WEF is a good thing and many good people attend it and the world’s economy is better off for it.”

Taki, Spectator, February 1. The rest of the article is not interesting, but I agree with those words.

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