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WEF's Yuval Harari: 'Don't Need the Vast Majority of the Population' (www.breitbart.com)

“We just don’t need the vast majority of the population,” WEF adviser Yuval Noah Harari said of the 21st century and future economies.

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simon
simon
1 month ago

😈 ‘I know whats best for billions based on the transitory and psychotic conditions that have elevated me here’

Michele
Michele
1 month ago
Reply to  simon

He only thinks whatever the WEF pays him to think.

lgageharleya
lgageharleya
1 month ago
Reply to  Michele

He is a true believer. Have you ever listened to him?

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
1 month ago

Redundant to whom? Truly smart people would not try to make a society that makes billions redundant. They would look for ways to make society work for everyone who is and will be here.

Iliketrees
Iliketrees
1 month ago

This creature is the perfect example of the useful idiots yuri bezmenov talked about. He sounds truly ridiculous when he talks and clearly doesn’t think for himself, yet he’s been told he’s one of the smartest people on earth as he recites a script he has come to believe. Such foolishness.

Allonzikoi
Allonzikoi
1 month ago

we don’t need the WEF

randall
randall
1 month ago

Logans Run, The Hunger Games, Squid Games, and hundreds of others are introducing and getting people used to what is planned for the future.

Lee
Lee
1 month ago
Reply to  randall

I remember Logan’s Run. When the citizens reached the age of 30, they would have a huge “ceremony” for all turning 30 that year. Complete with red (sacrificial) clothing. Of course they were really being taken to be killed and disposed of.

Brian Pierson
Brian Pierson
1 month ago
Reply to  Lee

Timeless film. Plus Jenny Agutter is a fox!

Brian Pierson
Brian Pierson
1 month ago

…says every genocidal megalomaniac ever.