Tucker Carlson Warns ‘Dangerous’ WEF Elites ‘Think They’re God’

Independent journalist Tucker Carlson has warned that members of the World Economic Forum (WEF) are “very dangerous” because they “think they are God.”

At the World Governments Summit (WGS) in Dubai, Carlson called out globalist elites.

Without mentioning him by name, Carlson referenced previous comments made at the event by WEF founder and chairman Klaus Schwab.

As Slay News previously reported, Schwab also spoke at the WGS and unveiled the WEF’s plans for “humanocracy”

Schwab described a disturbing “fusion” between human beings and artificial intelligence (AI) technology which he said is part of the WEF’s agenda for a “new world” that will “transition humankind into a new era.”

According to Schwab, the WEF’s plans for the “new world” involve a “fusion between our physical, our digital, and our biological dimensions.”

Schwab declared that, once the scheme has been rolled out globally, a “new era” of “humanocracy” will be ushered in.

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Carlson blasted the WEF’s transhumanist agenda.

Referencing Schwab’s comments, Tucker then slammed those who believe that they are God and “can create a better human being through technology.”

In a discussion at the summit, where Carlson talked about his viral interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin, the former Fox News anchor said that humility is a sign of wisdom.

He warned that transhumanists such as Schwab and his WEF allies, who think that “they are God,” are “very dangerous” and “will get a lot of people killed.”

“Wisdom grows from the recognition that you are not God,” he said.

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“And in the United States, we had a period where we were sort of having this debate about, are some religions good and some religions bad.”

“I’ll tell you my view on it, and it’s a hardened view. It’s a sincere view,” Carlson added.

“I divide the world not between Muslim, Jew, Christian, or Buddhist.

“I divide the world between people who believe they’re God and people who know they’re not,” Carlson continued to applause from the crowd.

“And the only people I trust are in the second category because that is the beginning of wisdom.

“When you know you are not God, that you cannot affect every change that you want, [that] you can’t foresee the future, that you’re not omnipotent, then you are much more likely to make good decisions.

“Wise, humane decisions,” he emphasized.

“By contrast, when you believe you have the power to shape the world and other people, as we were hearing this morning through, you know, biohacking,” he said referencing Schwab’s statements.

“When you think you can create a better human being through technology, you’re very dangerous because you don’t understand your own limits, and you will get a lot of people killed,” he stated.

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Elsewhere during the event, Schwab gave a dedicated address where he laid out the WEF’s plans to world leaders.

The WEF chief made the announcement during a transhumanist-themed speech titled “Civilizations of Tomorrow: Built to Fail or Rise?”

Schwab touted a new “Intelligent Age” driven by what he has repeatedly described as a “Fourth Industrial Revolution.”

“We first had the transition about a hundred years ago from the agricultural society to the industrial society, but today we speak about transitioning into what I would call ‘the intelligent age,‘” Schwab noted.

He stated “Humankind will enjoy many more opportunities and possibilities,” in this fusion with technology.

“We don’t want to move into using the Fourth Industrial Revolution into a cold bureaucracy; we don’t want to move into a technocracy; we want to move into what I would call a ‘Humanocracy’”

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READ MORE – WEF Member: Reducing Human Population by 90% Would Help Achieve ‘Net Zero’

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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