Yuval Noah Harari, a World Economic Forum (WEF) member and the top advisor to Klaus Schwab, gave a chilling speech at an economics summit on Friday.
Speaking at the 2022 Warwick Economics Summit, Harari began straight away by fear-mongering about Climate Change and suggesting the nations of the world should give even more of their GDP to prevent a “catastrophic” climate event.
Harari made it clear that there was no point in trying to appease him and the other climate zealots though, as the increase in billions that has already been siphoned hasn't appeased them. Later in the summit, Harari promoted the idea that people don’t need to travel to faraway islands on vacations to be happy and that they don’t need to spend money on beauty products that harm the environment to feel good either.
The creepy looking beta male maintained the 'average person' must give up basic things that please them in exchange for alternatives the establishment has deemed more “environmentally friendly.”
The WEF advisor also claimed the world’s most powerful and wealthy nations are most responsible for the alleged climate crisis, failing to address the pollution created by many of the planet’s poorest countries and wealthy citizens.
As for America, Harari said the United States had already given up its place as a global leader, adding, “nobody is really stepping up to fill that vacuum." He then announced that organizations such as the WEF and WHO will step in to fill that vacuum; effectively pushing the planet into a global technocratic and medical dictatorship.
“We don’t really need a single country to be the leader. Ideally, many countries, many organizations on the grassroots level should each be contributing their ideas, their motivation towards a common project,” he said.
Hosting the discussion was CNN’s Bill Weir, who asked Harari if new technology will help humanity thrive without harming the Earth. The Klaus Schwab minion responded to Weir by admitting technology is a “double-edged sword” that can be used to either hurt or help people. He also warned the elite should not rely on a “Noah’s Ark”-type of technology to save them from a catastrophic global event, referring to stories circulating in the media that the global elite are doing exactly that.
There is a very big danger that with climate change, when people talk about what our future going to be like, there is no ‘us.’ There is no ‘our future.’ Humanity might divide into a majority – maybe – of people who would suffer tremendously, and a minority that will have the resources, the wealth, [and] the technology to protect themselves, and even flourish in some kind of technological Noah’s arc. This is extremely dangerous,” he told Weir.
Later during the discussion, Harari credited “the rise of populists and ultra-nationalist parties in different parts of the world” to politicians scaring people with “fantasies that you will be replaced in a couple of decades by immigrants and foreigners.”
“Even though this is probably not true, and even though it’s in forty or fifty years and even though it’s based on complicated demographics, it’s powerful enough to catapult all kinds of ultra-nationalists and populists to power,”
While he noted he doesn’t like that “kind of politics,” Harari then suggested the global establishment use the very same populist strategies to “mobilize people around a long-term, hazy project,” in combating climate change.
Closing, Harari told humanity “we don’t have a lot of time” to realign our priorities so that all inhabitants of the world can have “any kind of future,” instead of just the elite. But, as one commentator pointed out; his solution is consolidating global power into the hands of the same elite who wish to reduce the world’s population to create a servant class.