The World Economic Forum (WEF) is a would-be world government. Its members, adherents and affiliates are legion and are the folks who pretty much run everything anyway. The list of corporate members is too long to detail here, but includes the usual suspects like Meta (Facebook), Microsoft, Anheuser-Busch and hundreds of others.
Their claimed focus is to make out lives better, encourage diversity and equity, and tame climate change.
But the people who speak at/for them tell a different story.
“You will own nothing and be happy.” is from an essay written for WEF by a Danish politician.
What does that tell us about their intentions.
But here’s another biggie. This is from world-famous anthropologist Jane Goodall (the chimpanzee lady):
Jane Goodall thinks the world would be better if the population were reduced by 90%.
Why would she say this? pic.twitter.com/iAMXpDmVgd
— DiedSuddenly (@DiedSuddenly_) September 30, 2023
She thinks we’d all be better off — at least those of us who were left — if 9 out of 10 of us disappeared (died or were killed).
It’s one thing for her — she’s 89. But what about everyone else?
And who chooses?
This is WEF futurist Yuval Noah Harari:
He thinks the world only needs smart people. Not all the rest of us drones.
I suppose he’ll keep a few plumbers and electricians around to fix stuff. But the rest of us are surplus to requirements and should just go away.
I know that as far as these elitists are concerned, I’m just using up resources and adversely impacting the climate.
But I kinda like living and doing things. How about you?