The prince of darkness. Credit: Getty

Klaus Schwab is stepping down from the World Economic Forum chairmanship after more than 50 years at the helm.

He’ll be remembered as a visionary, responsible for foisting bugs on the public, as well as the foreboding promise, “you’ll own nothing and be happy.” Indeed, the push to incorporate bugs into the Western diet has already yielded (crunchy, protein-rich) fruit in the EU, where regulators are allowing certain insects to be added to food.

Schwab, far from a bug-eating pauper, turned WEF into a $390 million per year business, with his children serving in high-ranking roles. Good night, sweet prince.