15,000 Scientists Deliver Apocalyptic Warning in LETTER to HumanityMr RobotDeneb Verdad is a researcher and writer from Del Paso Heights, California. His topics of interest include mapping out the world’s nefarious powers and entities, DARPA, technocracy, and others.
In 1992, the Union of Concerned Scientists penned a warning to humanity about the dangers of “runaway population growth.” Recently, they released a revision to it.
According to the Independent:
“ A new, dire “warning to humanity” about the dangers to all of us has been written by 15,000 scientists from around the world.
The message updates an original warning sent from the Union of Concerned Scientists that was backed by 1,700 signatures 25 years ago. But the experts say the picture is far, far worse than it was in 1992, and that almost all of the problems identified then have simply been exacerbated.
Mankind is still facing the existential threat of runaway consumption of limited resources by a rapidly growing population, they warn. And “scientists, media influencers and lay citizens” aren’t doing enough to fight against it, according to the letter.”
However, the truth is “climate change” is being promoted in the media and by the most powerful and influential people on Earth because powerful people wish to use it as an excuse to centralize control over energy. It might be real: the evidence is a lot to wade through. However, plants need carbon dioxide, and the entire thing is fishy.
When you actually try to analyze the evidence that global warming is underway, it becomes complicated. Videos such as these were made analyzing the data, and it doesn’t add up.
Whether global warming is real or not, the powers that be want to abuse it to control people, while ignoring the fact that they cause it. Where is the “Union of Concerned Scientists” when it comes to geoengineering, spraying the atmosphere with toxic metals to “combat climate change?” This is the type of thing that the theory of climate change is supporting, and these scientists are silent about the dangers of that.
In Hangzhou, China, their dream city is already in existence. In that city, all energy usage is being monitored and people will eventually be allotted only a certain amount of power. Everything is under surveillance, and people who break the unjust law are immediately cracked down upon. It’s a “smart city.”
It’s definitely true that industrial activities are polluting the environment. Insects are dying out because of pesticides, coal burning is contaminating the environment with mercury, and we can pinpoint the exact individuals, entities, and corporations who are responsible.
Guess who is responsible for destroying the planet with toxins? The exact same people who invented the theory of man-made climate change.
The way oil barons and wealthy people actually created the very environmentalist institutions and conferences that promote the theory of manmade climate change was well summarized in the documentary, “Why Big Oil Conquered the World.” Reading from the transcript of that documentary:
“On paper, it would be almost impossible to find a less likely candidate for “Godfather” of the modern environmental movement than Maurice Strong. A junior high school dropout from a poor family in rural Manitoba struck hard by the great depression, Strong’s meteoric rise to the heights of wealth and political influence is itself remarkable.
The sheer number of environmental organizations that he founded, conferences he chaired, campaigns he directed and accolades he received over the course of his career is even more remarkable: Organizer of the Stockholm Environmental Conference, founding director of the United Nations Environment Program, Secretary General of the Rio Earth Summit, founder of the Earth Council and the Earth Charter movement, chair of the World Resources Institute, commissioner of the World Commission on Environment and Development, and board member of a bewildering array of organizations, from the International Institute for Sustainable Development to the Stockholm Environment Institute to the African-American Institute.
But perhaps the most remarkable thing about Strong, this ubiquitous figure of the 20th century environmental movement, was his background: a Rockefeller-connected millionaire from the Alberta oil patch who divided his time between environmental campaigning and running major oil companies.”
According to March Against Monsanto:
“As the Maurice Strong influenced 4th World Wilderness Congress had been useful to the clique of power players Maurice represented, it set the stage for the Earth Summit in Rio.
At the Rio Summit, Edmond de Rothschild was granted his “World Conservation Bank,” which was dubbed the “Global Environment Facility.”
It essentially has a role as the funding mechanism for 5 different United Nations entities, providing billions of dollars to “environmental and development projects” around the world. If one researches these efforts, they will quickly realize they do the dead opposite of what they are alleged to do.”
The World Wildlife Fund is an institution that claims to protect the environment. However, they secretly partner with Monsanto and plot to cut down the Amazon rainforest to plant genetically modified, pesticide covered soybeans. According to March Against Monsanto:
“The WWF promoted Monsanto’s genetically modified creations, and collaborated with the corporation to make a “Round Table on Responsible Soy” (that phytoestrogenic, genetically modified, pesticide contaminated monstrosity for human fertility).
The WWF helped GMO soy be released in the Amazon, influencing the infiltration of Brazil and Argentina with the GMO’s.
The Natural News article is solid, but it starts off defending the WWF, claiming they were once dedicated to saving the environment: that couldn’t be further from the truth. Monsanto may have given funds to the WWF, but it is arguably an even more elite and power-connected entity than Monsanto.
The World Wildlife Fund was founded by a caste of characters including Julian Huxley, the avowed eugenicist whose brother wrote the book Brave New World, Prince Philip (Duke of Edinburgh), Godfrey A. Rockefeller, and others. Do you recognize the logo? Its stamp of approval is present on products probably in your house right now.
The World Wildlife fund and organizations in its league disguise neo-colonialism as saving the environment.
Swathes of the Amazon rain forest were cut down to grow Monsanto’s GM soy, with the help of the WWF. “
You know who else is concerned about overpopulation? David Rockefeller.
Why would Pope Francis be warning about climate change?
Why would all of the world’s elite rally behind it? It’s their key to locking down the planet. The “saving the environment” card is apparently in their opinion, the most effective way to centralize power over human beings.
Overpopulation is a myth. The real issue is wealthy people hoarding everything, and forcing the poor people to live in condensed spaces when the entire human population could fit into an area around the size of Alaska.
Specific corporations and entities are destroying the environment. Whether or not climate change is real, these people creating mainstream media headlines about saving the planet are snakes. Never trust the media.
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