The World Economic Forum (WEF) and various globalist leaders are fervently advocating for the phasing out of fossil fuels, presenting their ambitious “Net Zero” goal as a cornerstone of the WEF and UN’s comprehensive plans for humanity, specifically encapsulated in “Agenda 2030” and “Agenda 2050.” This ambitious target seeks to dramatically diminish reliance on fossil fuels by 2030, with the ultimate aim of completely eradicating their use by 2050. However, leading experts are sounding alarm bells, warning that the potential consequences of this “Net Zero” goal could be nothing short of catastrophic, resulting in the deaths of over four billion people or more.
Critics are quick to assert that the seemingly innocuous term “decarbonization” touted by the WEF is, in fact, a euphemism for an anti-human agenda. In a bold call to action, the WEF is urging taxpayers worldwide to contribute a staggering $3.5 trillion annually, a financial commitment deemed necessary to fund their lofty global power and pave the way for the realization of the “Net Zero” goal, effectively entailing the worldwide “decarbonization” of the planet.
Danish statistician Bjørn Lomborg is among those raising a red flag, emphasizing that an abrupt termination of fossil fuel use could lead to the deaths of approximately half of the world’s population through starvation alone, given that around 4 billion people are reliant on fossil fertilizers for their sustenance.
British economist Neil Record paints a dire picture, suggesting that a sudden cessation of fossil fuel usage could result in a cataclysmic scenario where up to six billion people might perish within a year. The catastrophic ramifications would encompass widespread blackouts, disruptions to the grid, and the collapse of critical infrastructure. The lack of fossil fuels would trigger a domino effect, impacting gas distribution and causing the failure of heating, hot water, and cooking facilities for millions of households. This, in turn, would lead to a cascade of calamities, including power cuts, communication breakdowns, and the eventual breakdown of law and order.
As the narrative unfolds, by day 25, the depletion of diesel and petrol would likely bring about the failure of food distribution systems, plunging urban areas into widespread starvation. By day 50, experts predict mass conflict and slaughter in urban zones as desperation for survival intensifies. Within 100 days, approximately half of the world’s population—roughly 4 billion people—could face a grim fate, with survivors predominantly clustered in rural areas.
The depopulation agenda associated with the WEF’s green goals becomes more pronounced as statements from some of its members, like Dennis Meadows, come to light. Meadows has explicitly called for an astonishing 86 percent reduction in the global population, framing it as a prerequisite for achieving the WEF’s green objectives. The nightmarish scenario painted by these experts underscores the potential human toll of implementing extreme environmental policies without meticulous consideration of their impact on the well-being of individuals and communities worldwide.