A top-level World Economic Forum (WEF) advisor says that we simply “don’t need the vast majority of the population,” and called for human beings to be replaced by machines whenever possible, saying that beyond producing data, people are just no longer “useful” to the global elite and their agenda.
World Economic Forum advisor Yuval Harari, an Israeli national who is described as a “historian and futurist,” made the remarks during an interview with Chris Anderson that was published on Tuesday. Anderson, the head of TED, interviewed Harari as part of TED’s audio collective, which is meant to take a deeper dive into issues than is done in standard “TED Talks.”
After declaring that humankind has reached the end of history, Harari made the claim that “we just don’t need the vast majority of the population,” due to technological advancements and the simple fact that humans are no longer useful to their governments and the globalist organizations they intertwine with.
While as recently as the 20th century, governments were able to look at their citizens through the lens of labor and production, now, they see a bunch of people who just don’t understand “big words” and are growing “resentful” over the fact that “the future doesn’t need [them],” because we “have all these smart people in California and in New York and in Beijing, and they are planning this amazing future with artificial intelligence and bio-engineering and in global connectivity and whatnot.”