WEF/Global Leaders for Tomorrow/2002
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The complete list of participants in the World Economic Forum's Global Leaders for Tomorrow program for the year 2002 has been removed from their website, but possible to find in archived form.  The WEF does not always publish all candidates.
The previous year's cadre is listed at WEF/Global Leaders for Tomorrow/2001, the next as WEF/Global Leaders for Tomorrow/2003.
- Marc Benioff is an American internet businessman and founder of Salesforce, an enterprise cloud computing company. later bought Time Magazine which he among other things uses for propaganda for the WEF agenda.
- Justin Forsyth is a former Special Adviser to Prime Ministers Tony Blair and Gordon Brown.
- Austan Goolsbee is an American economist and Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers.
- Cem Özdemir is a German politician of the German political party Alliance 90/The Greens. The interest shown from the WEF was part of the saving of his career.
- Larry Page is a co-founder of Google.
10 of the 98 of the members already have pages here:
|Marc Benioff||US Internet billionaire, bought Time Magazine|
|Tayyibe Gülek Domac||Turkish economist|
|Austan Goolsbee||Skull and Bones economist. Obama advisor. One of the WEF's 100 Global Leaders for Tomorrow. Fan of heavy COVID-19 bailouts|
|David Lammy||English Labour Party politician, WEF/GLT/2002, publicly apologised for nominating Jeremy Corbyn for Labor leader|
|Bjørn Lomborg||WEF YGL, WEF GLT|
|Ruth Metzler||Member of the Swiss Federal Council from 1999 to 2003. Vice President of Switzerland 1 January 2003-31 December 2003. WEF/Global Leaders for Tomorrow/2002|
|Nader Mousavizadeh||Multitudinous connections to deep state groups. Co-founded Macro Advisory Partners|
|Jonathan Oppenheimer||Scion of the gold and diamond Oppenheimer family|
|Larry Page||Google founder. The sixth-wealthiest person in the world|
|Cem Özdemir||German Green war-loving politician who experienced rocket career after being taken under the wings of transatlantic influence networks.|