Masks for Us - Caviar for Them

The global elite are pouring into the Swiss ski resort of Davos this week for their annual World Economic Forum soiree - and one picture sums up the rotten hypocrisy of these self-declared "Masters of the Universe": They are all enjoying caviar and $1,000 a bottle champagne, but the lowly peasants serving them all have to wear masks at all times (except when giving sexual favours to the elite).

CEOs and dignitaries mingle over caviar bumps, champagne and luxurious parties that only the elite in the world are able to get an invite to.   

One person, who attends the forum often, told The NYPost: 'You can almost smell the magic of the place when you're there. Everyone's got an agenda and you never know who you're going to run into when you come out of the restroom. It could be Bill Gates.

'You're around some of the smartest people in the world but one thing you learn is that they're not always so smart.' 

Last year, other high-end events and selective soirees organized after the talks ended for the day offered esteemed guests more than just alcohol

A psychedelics company offered people micro-doses of magic mushrooms to delegates during the 40-session and speaker 'Medical Psychedelics House of Davos.'

In 2022, Maria Velcova, one of the organizers of Psychedelic House of Davos, said: 'We spark curiosity with the neon sign out front. Once people get curious and brave enough to come down here, they realize that this isn't some underground electronic dance party. 

This year, politicians from across the globe are expected to attend the forum - including Chinese Premier Li Qiang, French president Emmanuel Macron, and Secretary of State Antony Blinken.

Leaders in the tech and celebrity world, including Sam Altman and Naomi Campbell, will also be at the event, fighting for invites to Davos' most exclusive after-parties. 

Secret cocktail parties with caviar-flecked canapes, private dinners rubbing shoulders with billionaires, followed by a night of dancing, will be how the elites at WEF spend their evenings unwinding. 

Artists such as Lenny Kravitz and the Black Eyed Peas have performed at private parties in the past - and Nile Rodgers, and Cool and Dre are down to make appearances this year. 

Rodgers will be receiving the 30th annual Crystal Award at the WEF this year.  

At the elite, snowy event, everyone has to wear colored badges with their names on it - on full display. But even the color schemes show a social hierarchy.

White badges are for top-tier business leaders and CEOs - and are the most expensive to get accreditation for. 

Less important CEOs, bosses, the media, and staff working at the event receive an array of coloured badges.

Ukraine is running a meeting of national security advisers from around the world in Davos on Sunday.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, who is scheduled to address the World Economic Forum in Davos later in the week, was not in the opening morning session, which included 81 participants from countries and international organizations.

Zelensky was represented by his chief of staff Andriy Yermak at Sunday's talks, which were also attended by the U.S. special representative for Ukraine's Economic Recovery Penny Pritzker, as well as James O'Brien, the U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs.

Attendees will also be treated to more lectures about how technological change is making billions of ordinary people 'obsolete' and on the need to reduce the world's population "for the sake of the planet".

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