Troops Deployed To Protect Davos

( In anticipation of the start of this week’s World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, the Swiss army mobilized as many as 5,000 soldiers to Davos to help maintain order during the event.

The Swiss outlet Blick reported on January 6 that the Swiss Defense Department said the country’s parliament, the Federal Assembly, had approved the deployment of Swiss troops to Davos.

Over fifty heads of state and government officials, along with nearly 600 CEOs descended on Davos this week for this year’s WEF conference headlined, “Cooperation in a Fragmented World.” Additionally, the conference, which opened on Monday, was expected to see its share of demonstrations and protests.

But it isn’t just soldiers who were being deployed to Davos. An army of prostitutes was deployed as well.

According to the German newspaper Bild, prostitutes were swarming Davos this week to provide their services to the rich and powerful, and many of them are taking advantage of the wealthy gathering to charge through the nose.

One prostitute told Bild that she provides her services to an American attendee at Davos, charging him $750 an hour or $2,500 for the whole night.

The hooker, who goes by Liana, told Bild that she dresses in business attire so she can blend in with the elites who descend on Davos for the World Economic Forum.

A woman who runs a Swiss escort agency told 20 Minuten on Monday that she had already received eleven bookings and another 25 inquiries.

Representing the Biden administration at this year’s World Economic Forum are Climate Czar John Kerry, DNI Avril Haines, Labor Secretary Marty Walsh, US Trade Representative Katherine Tai, and Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen.

While in Switzerland, Secretary Yellen met with Chinese Vice Premier Liu He in Zurich on Wednesday.

Also attending Davos this week are Democrat Senators Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Chris Coons of Delaware. Independent Senator Kyrsten Sinema also attended.