Tech entrepreneur Elon Musk has warned the public that the globalist green agenda is a “death cult” disguised as environmentalism.
Musk issued the warning during an interview with popular podcaster Joe Rogan earlier this week.
Rogan asked Musk what had prompted him to buy Twitter.
Musk replied that he wanted to reverse social media’s “corrosive effect on civilization.”
He talked about the “zombie apocalypse” of downtown San Francisco where X is based.
He continued by explaining the political philosophy that has led to the decline.
Musk went on to describe the extinctionist green agenda movement that explicitly advocates the end of humanity.
He described this globalist-led movement as a “death cult.”
Musk said the public has been infected with a “mind virus” that is being spread by weaponized social media platforms.
He asserted that the cult remains largely in charge of Facebook and Google.
The X owner noted that those pushing the “climate crisis” agenda have little interest in the environment.
He went on to point out that while there were explicit extinctionists at the fringes of the environmental movement, the sentiment behind the “death cult” had pervaded the movement as a whole.
Musk told Rogan:
“I’m pro-environment but if you take environmentalism to an extreme, you start to view humanity as a plague on the surface of the earth, like a mould or something…
“The environmental movement – and I’m an environmentalist – has gone too far.
“They’ve gone way to far.
“If you start thinking that humans are bad then the natural conclusion is that humans should die out.”
The comments from Musk come after Democrat President Joe Biden’s “Climate Czar” John Kerry gave a disturbing anti-human speech.
As Slay News reported, Kerry declared that the greatest “threat” facing planet Earth is “humanity itself.”
Kerry, the U.S. Special Presidential Envoy for Climate, recently addressed the Scottish Global Dialogues about the so-called “climate crisis.”
During his speech, Kerry underscored his globalist anti-human agenda by declaring: “So now, humanity is inexorably threatened by humanity itself.”