Klaus Schwab: We need a new narrative for globalization
World Economic Forum

Pie in the sky until someone addresses who is in charge and how it gets paid for and how decisions get made. To expect ‘buy in’ from the stakeholders, who may have something to lose if all does not go well from a nebulous approach as described here is expecting a lot.

Expecting the dissolution of borders and the mixing of cultures is asking a lot, when we have multiculturalism at our halls of higher learning where the Third World students and faculty seem to have not even mastered the proper use of a toilet, let alone other forms of ethical academic & social conduct. Now imagine what happens with the less educated and open minded among us.

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