A top official in the World Economic Forum (WEF) has called for a mass depopulation agenda to “save the planet” for the “common good.”
Jane Goodhall is a WEF “agenda contributor.”
Ironically, Goodhall also serves as The United Nations (UN) “Messenger of Peace.”
She is also outspoken about her desire to depopulate the planet to “fight climate change.”
However, Goodhall says she has been frustrated with the fact that the WEF’s plans to reduce the human population on Earth are “politically incorrect.”
But now she says she can speak more freely about the anti-human agenda as it becomes more acceptable.
During a recent panel discussion, Goodhall promoted her globalist depopulation agenda.
“When it was considered politically incorrect to mention it, and I was determined to mention it, I decided to call it voluntary population optimization,” she said.
Goodall, an English primatologist and anthropologist who the WEF lists as one of its “agenda contributors,” recently touted a similar suggestion for meeting the globalist organization’s “Net Zero” targets.
She told her fellow globalists that they could “save the planet” from “global warming” if the Earth’s population was 90 percent smaller than it is today.
Goodall argues that all of the WEF’s “problems” would be solved if fewer humans were walking the Earth.
She made the statement during a panel discussion at the organization’s annual summit in Davos, Switzerland.
The panel was discussing plans for achieving “Net Zero” to comply with the targets for “Agenda 2030” as dictated by the WEF and its fellow unelected globalist organization – the United Nations.
During the panel discussion, participants were discussing the hurdles they face with ushering in the WEF’s agenda to a non-compliant public.
They complained about the pushback to unpopular policies for fighting “climate change” and ending capitalism.
Goodhall then bemoaned the size of the world’s human population, suggesting that Earth would be better with far fewer people on it.
“We cannot hide away from human population growth,” she told frustrated elites.
“Because it underlies so many of the other problems,” she continued.
“All of these problems that we talk about wouldn’t be a problem if there was the size of the population that it was 500 years ago.”
Jane Goodall thinks the world would be better if the population were reduced by 90%.
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