World Economic Forum (WEF) speakers have been caught laughing about depopulation.
In a viral video circulating on Twitter, WEF speaker J. Carl Ganter says to Jagadish “Jaggi” Vasudev that there was a “sense of relief” over Vasudev’s “frankness” during a WEF session because he freely spoke about an issue others are reluctant to bring up — mainly, depopulation.
“That’s my trouble, always,” Vasudev responds. “All the religious groups are against me because I’m talking about population.”
“They want more souls; I want less on the planet,” Vasudev adds before both men break out in laughter.
Ganter has spoken at the WEF in Davos and served as vice chairman of the WEF Global Agenda Council on Water Security. He’s also a member of the Forum’s Global Futures Council on Environment and Natural Resource Security.
The WEF, a globalist think-tank, has sought to influence and infiltrate sovereign nations with its radical climate agenda. For example, the WEF has previously called for the end of private car ownership to save the world from climate change by reducing the need for green tech resources.
It’s also suggested using a “raft” of “space bubbles” about “the size of Brazil” to reflect the Sun’s rays away from Earth.
And in May, Norwegian Finance CEO and WEF speaker Kjerstin Braathen said people should expect “pain,” inflation and “energy shortages” due to the WEF and the UN’s climate change agenda.
The Canadian government has failed to distance itself from the controversial group. In fact, the Trudeau Liberals have a $105.3 million contract to develop a Known Traveler Digital ID with the WEF.