Ronald Reagan once said:
It has been said that politics is the second oldest profession. I have learned that it bears a striking resemblance to the first.
Boy did he call it, or what?
Each year, as woke politicians flock to Switzerland to plan how to take away our freedoms, so do high-end prostitutes.
From The Daily Mail:
The global elite tackling the world's greatest problems - including gender inequality -at the Davos summit are fuelling a surge in prostitution in the Swiss resort town.
Demand for sex work skyrockets each year at the meeting of world leaders and business tycoons who jet in from all around the world to rub shoulders with each other.
Private jets and expensive ladies of the night.
These are the leaders who want you to live in a pod, eating bugs, with no possessions.
By the way:
Escorts are booked into the same hotels as high-powered bosses and their employees during the five-day summit, which started on January 16.
Saving the planet from certain climate catastrophe really builds up stress.
You little people wouldn't understand.
Go back to eating your bugs in the dark.
One sex worker named Liana said she dresses in business attire so she doesn't stand out among the executives, despite prostitution being legal in Switzerland.
She told Bild she regularly sees an American who visits Switzerland multiple times a year and is among the 2,700 conference attendees.
Liana charges around €700 ($760) for an hour and €2,300 ($2,500) for the whole night, plus travel expenses.
The manager of one escort service in Aargau, 100 miles away from the summit, says she has already received 11 bookings and 25 inquiries - and expects many more to follow this week.
She told 20 Minuten: 'Some also book escorts for themselves and their employees to party in the hotel suite.'
It's almost like these conferences have nothing to do with helping any of us and everything about more power and pleasure for the elites!
We can't overlook this little hypocritical fact, either:
Greenpeace International also blasted use of corporate jets that ferry in bigwigs, saying such carbon-spewing transportation smacks of hypocrisy for an event touting its push for a greener world.
It said over 1,000 private-jet flights arrived and departed airports serving Davos in May.
You can't travel.
You can't eat meat.
You can't use a gas stove.
You have to say a man is a woman.
But they get to guzzle gas on their expensive jets so they can sleep with lots of women at a fancy resort in Switzerland.