Influential globalist organization headed by Klaus Schwab buries past ties to bankrupt exchange.

FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried spoke at the WEF’s May 2022 summit in Davos, Switzerland.

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The World Economic Forum headed by globalist kingpin Klaus Schwab quietly deleted a page on its website promoting crypto exchange FTX after the company’s implosion last week.

Where a WEF page linking to “partner” once stood, visitors to the url are now redirected to a 404 page reading, “Sorry, but we can’t find the page you were looking for.”

Prior to the page’s deletion, the WEF website promoted FTX as:

“a cryptocurrency exchange built by traders, for traders. FTX offers innovative products including industry-first derivatives, options, volatility products and leveraged tokens. It strives to develop a platform robust enough for professional trading firms and intuitive enough for first-time users.”

FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried spoke at the WEF’s May 2022 summit in Davos, Switzerland, the New York Post reports.

Bankman-Fried’s aunt, Linda P. Fried, also serves as the WEF’s co-chair of the Global Future Council on the Future of Human Enhancement.

Responding to a Twitter user who asked whether FTX was a Democrat money laundering scam, Twitter/Tesla CEO Elon Musk on Monday commented, “A question worth asking.”

The WEF’s deletion of the page comes as FTX filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last week in the face of a multi-billion dollar liquidity crunch.

The Post notes the WEF did not respond to a press inquiry.

To what extent was the WEF involved with FTX? And is the organization distancing itself from its “partner” in order to avoid possible future legal entanglements?