By The Moderator.
The World Economic Forum Great Reset is underpinned by a Green, neo-Marxist authoritarianism that is fundamentally anti-human. The sweeping changes will drastically affect billions across the planet, all because the agenda requires drastic change by “pulling the plug” swiftly without consideration of adapting to the changes successfully.
For example, the western world is under increasing pressure to reduce and remove fossil fuels from energy production so that renewable energy can be used in its place. However, as can be seen in Texas’s severe winter blackouts, renewable energy is unreliable and is unable to produce the baseline energy to meet the high energy demand of society.
The Sri Lankan ex-President was lauded as a shining example of net zero green ideology by adopting organic farming and reduced fossil fuel use. The Green Dream soon became a nightmare for Sri Lanka – farms were unable to use synthetic fertilisers to secure food production. Rice production fell by 20% in 6 months and their tea market collapsed. Food shortages, riots, escalating foreign debt and the overturning of the incumbent government was the result. China is now hoping to exploit Sri Lanka’s debt problem with unforseen consequences.
Dutch farmers, also many other European farmers, are protesting the proposed legislation to implement climate change policies. Up to 95% of the nitrogen content in the Netherlands is required to be reduced. This will drastically reduce food production and farmers will be unable to pay the overhead costs of food production. Farmers, transport companies and manufacturers will start to fail, leaving more people unemployed and more empty shelves in the supermarket.
In Australia, the new Labor Government, underpinned by growing Green ideology, are reacting to the latest environmental report and hope to lock up and expand “Australia’s national estate to protect 30% of land and 30% of oceans by 2030”. This reduces available farming land, compresses populations within dense regions without limitations on immigration or population controls. The Green movement realises that millions of livestock will need to be culled by 2035. For example, 5 million chickens, 500 000 sheep and 700 000 cattle within Ireland and the UK will need to be reduced to meet emission targets. The animal activists do not wish to see these animals culled, yet the climate change activists are willing to sacrifice these animals to meet the agenda targets. As a consequence, food production will diminish. The World Bank estimated that 828 million people suffered from starvation in 2021, 46 million more than the previous year. Future estimates indicate further increases in world food shortage and starvation, aided by an anti-human Green ideology.