RUSH: I hope some journalist does a story on how you can experience a day in the life of a refugee at the Davos world summit. I just want to see that. I want to see how they portray being a refugee for a day at Davos. You know, Davos is in Switzerland. Switzerland doesn’t even allow refugees. Did you know this? Switzerland doesn’t want ’em in there, anywhere near them. Not very many.
RUSH: I now have further details on A Day in the Life of a Refugee at the World Economic Forum in Davos. It’s a summary. It’s a simulation, is what it is. It’s like virtual reality. I have never been to Davos. I’ve been to Geneva in Switzerland on a cigar trip, but I have never been to Davos. Anyway, it’s a simulation. I mean, you could even… You can link to it, and you could put on your virtual reality glasses, and you, too, could pretend to be a refugee. Some of the sponsoring companies… Are you ready for this? (interruption)
No, no! This is an exhibit that you can actually link to. I don’t know about the VR glasses, but you can link to this thing. You don’t have to be in Davos to learn about the experience of being a refugee. But if you’re in Davos, you can actually become a refugee for a day or a minute or however long you can put up with it, and the sponsoring companies, premium sponsors? Cathay Pacific, Hewlett-Packard, UPS, Nestle, Facebook, United Bank of “Swaziland,” Microsoft, Linklaters, and JPMorgan. I think it’s the Bank of Scotland, not Swaziland. I just kind of threw that in there.