A high-ranking official with the World Economic Forum (WEF) has argued that depopulating carbon-producing human beings from Earth is “good for the planet.”
The argument was made by Professor Sarah Harper, one of the globalist organization’s key advisers who is credited as an architect of the WEF’s anti-humanity green agenda.
Harper is also the founder and director of the Oxford Institute of Population Ageing and “Britain’s top demographics expert,” to quote The Telegraph.
However, The Telegraph conveniently fails to mention that Harper also serves on the Global Agenda Council on Ageing Societies of the World Economic Forum, which centers around eugenics and genocide.
In speaking about the precipitous decline in the number of new births across Great Britain these days, Harper pretty much celebrated this as a great thing that will help to stop global warming and climate change.
The latest data from Great Britain’s Office for National Statistics (ONS), by the way, shows that in 2022, there were just 605,479 live births across both England and Wales.
This is the lowest number since 2002, we are told.
Harper frequently speaks her nonsense at various “literary and scientific festivals,” including at WEF gatherings, TED talks, and other such globalist gatherings.
The Telegraph is more than likely well aware of the fact that any association with the WEF these days is not exactly seen as a good thing by the general population.
The eat bugs, be poor, and be happy globalist body is hardly popular among regular folks, after all.
“I think it’s a good thing that the high-income, high-consuming countries of the world are reducing the number of children that they’re having,” Harper said about the alarming decline in birth rates seen around the world in the past 3 years.
“I’m quite positive about that.”
Harper went on to state that declining fertility in wealthier nations is a really good thing because it will help to address the “general overconsumption that we have at the moment.”
“We,” in this context, more appropriately describes the excesses of Harper and other globalists, to be fair, who routinely jaunt around the world in their private jets while fine dining, lounging on fancy beaches, and partying in uber-mansions that consume more electricity and fuel than an entire neighborhood full of poor people.
If anyone is overconsuming, in other words, it is globalists like Harper and the rest of that grotesque ilk.
And Harper isn’t alone in dreaming of a massively depopulated planet.
Another celebrated member of the World Economic Forum has called for a staggering 86 percent reduction in the population of humans, arguing that the goal can be achieved “peacefully.”
The call was made by Dennis Meadows, one of the main authors of the Club of Rome’s 1972 pro-depopulation book “The Limits to Growth.”
Despite his book being published over 50 years ago, his ideology is still very anti-human.
Meadows argues that most of the world’s population must be wiped out so that the survivors can “have freedom” and a “high standard of living.”
Meadows claims that genocide of 86% of the world’s population is “inevitable.”
However, he insists that a “benevolent” dictatorship could accomplish the mass de-population “peacefully.”
“We could [ ] have eight or nine billion, probably,” he says of the world’s growing population.
“If we have a very strong dictatorship which is smart … and [people have] a low standard of living,” Meadows says as he explains how the population reduction agenda could be triggered.
“But we want to have freedom and we want to have a high standard of living so we’re going to have a billion people.
“And we’re now at seven, so we have to get back down.
“I hope that this can be slow, relatively slow, and that it can be done in a way which is relatively equal, you know, so that people share the experience.”