• Fri. Sep 22nd, 2023

Depopulation: Klaus Schwab’s Advisor Asks ‘What To Do With All These Useless People?’

The most important question the global elite must answer in the coming decade is “What to do with all these useless people?” according to the lead advisor to World Economic Forum founder Klaus Schwab.

The admission by Yuval Noah Harari further confirms the fact that the global elite view ordinary people as useless eaters and harbor a desire to cull, or depopulate, humanity.

Harari, who serves as Schwab’s lead advisor, has been praised by the likes of Barack Obama, George Soros, Mark Zuckerberg and fellow depopulation-fanatic Bill Gates, who reviewed Harari’s recent book on the cover of the New York Times Book Review. Harari’s book went on to be a Times bestseller.

Gates was no doubt impressed by Harari’s claim that “Covid is critical” because it “encourages people to accept, to legitimize, total biometric surveillance.”

No longer content to speak to the elites at the annual WEF summit in Davos, Harari is now spreading his dangerous ideas to massive audiences as a regular speaker at Stanford, TED and TimesTalks.

The man who whispers in the ears of the global elite is becoming a mainstream phenomenon, shaping the opinions of impressionable liberals around the world.

Source: News Punch

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  1. Science fiction concepts of the forties and fifties are the meat and potatoes of the WEF crowd in Davros. This Harari is obviously the new Svengali of the movement. It’s all a big con game to make money and it has worked admirably. Remember one thing, when your organic brain dies, you die, any pattern or copy held in digital memory is just that, a digital copy of reality.
    *****Once capitalism reaches its hoped for climax it is quite true that most people will be useless to civilization except for one thing this Davros crowd seems to ignore: civilization is made up of people, not just its leadership. If civilization doesn’t supply the masses with the necessities there is inevitably a great chaotic fall. The support of the economy is from those masses of seemingly useless individuals. Useless only to the proud who have made big piles of money and think that is the only thing that matters. All the real captains of industry started from fairly humble or even poverty stricken beginnings. The innovators, the inventors, the merchant producers, the brilliant leaders all come forward out of those masses of ‘useless’ people. Hell, what about the police, firemen, nurses, gardeners, the roofers, even the humble housekeepers?
    *****By the way Harari did not openly advocate the deaths of the future ‘useless’ people, he implied that civilization would be better off without us by calling us useless. The hubris of Lucifer is strong with this villain I think. If he realized this he could turn away from the dark-side and step into the light of real reason, which is tempered with compassion for your fellow man. Logic alone is strong but without compassion there is no wisdom. The destiny of the strong is to protect the weak so they too may learn strength. “The meek shall inherit the earth.”
    *****The strong and the restless shall conquer the universe, not their fellow man. “The seed of Isaac shall be as numerous as the stars.” “Space, the final frontier…”, Star Trek, TOS and TNG intros.
    God Bless Us All

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