Several Facebook users have posted a video of what appears to be a World Economic Forum delegate unleashing a foul-mouthed tirade against the global body’s founder.
But the video is a prank, created by a self-described satirist.
The video features a man supposedly speaking at the WEF’s annual conference in Davos, Switzerland.
After thanking the organisers for giving him a platform, the man’s demeanour shifts.
“F*** you Klaus Schwab and f*** your new world order,” the supposed delegate says.
Schwab then exits the stage as the audience looks on.
But the video is a prank, posted by self-described satirist Damon Imani.
The annual WEF conference in Davos has become a target for conspiracy theories and misinformation about the intentions of the global group.
Australian One Nation senator Malcolm Roberts reposted the video on his X page on Wednesday, telling his followers “Brilliant. Davos delegate telling Klaus Schwab to his face & in public to go f… himself.”
He amended his post 31 minutes later to inform his followers the video was the work of a comedian.
The claim that a video shows a World Economic Forum delegate unleashing a foul-mouthed tirade against the group’s founder Klaus Schwab is false.
The video is an attempt at satire made by a content creator.
False – The claim is inaccurate.