The Davos Crew must have picked up on my criticism because just today they uploaded a fresh and hip little summary video called "The Davos Daily: Day One". The video is hosted by Canadian-Indian YouTuber and comedienne Lilly Singh who earnestly tries to inject some energized "cool" into the Davos Crew's mind-numbing tedium. The end result is a strained and contrived hodgepodge of drab talking points intermittently peppered with Singh's labored attempts to bring humor and lightheartedness to the whole sorry and stilted affair.
Here's an example of the heights Singh reaches in the video. After a short clip featuring Dr. Fauci rambling on about how wrong and immoral it is to regard face masks as a political issue rather than a responsibility issue, Singh chimes in with the following: "I completely agree. Wearing a mask is not political; it's responsible. Also, I break out all the time and a mask covers it. It's a win-win!"
The video is obviously aimed at the younger generations, which is not a surprise considering how the Davos Crew endlessly drone on about the crucial need to involve young people in the agenda process. So, will these cool, hip videos work?
Well, they don't seem to be having much of an effect on the teenagers in the Netherlands, some of whom have taken to the streets for some good, old-fashioned civil disobedience to protest the continuing Draconian lockdowns their government continues to impose. Dutch politicians have responded by calling their youth "scum" and "criminal hooligans." I imagine these politicians can't comprehend why the kids aren't at home watching the Davos Daily. After all, that's what all the cool kids are doing.
It only took two days, but I think I'm done with the Davos Crew for a while. There's only so much tedium a man can bear. Back to blogging about interesting matters from here on in.