Klaus Schwab’s World Economic Forum (WEF) believes that “climate change” will create a “technological Noah’s Ark” on Earth that will only be beneficial to “elites,” according to the globalist organization’s top advisor.
Yuval Noah Harari, historian, futurist, and lead adviser to Schwab and the WEF, said during a discussion at the Warwick Economics Summit on Friday that the world’s “elites” will be able to use their power to escape a global mass-extinction event.
According to Harari, so-called “elites” will be able to shield themselves from planetary catastrophes while the rest of humanity perishes.
Harari made remarks while discussing “climate change,” which he framed as “the most pressing threat facing humanity.”
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During the panel discussion, Harari described “climate change” as a function of man-made global warming.
Technology is obviously the key.
It created the problem in the first place.
It’s also a key to the solution, but by itself, technology is never a solution, because every technology can be used for for good or for ill.
It depends on how you [use] it, [and] on which interests you take into account.
So yes, we need people to work on the technological aspects, but we need the politicians to direct it in the right way for the benefit of the greatest number of people and of the entire ecosystem.
One of the biggest dangers in technological utopianism — [the belief] that, “Oh, the technology will solve it” — is a kind of Noah’s arc syndrome, like in the Bible with the flood, that yes, eventually they built an arc, but just for five people or something like that.
Almost everybody drowned.
There is a very big danger that with climate change, when people talk about what our future going to be like, there is no “us.”
There is no “our future.”
Humanity might divide into a majority – maybe – of people who would suffer tremendously, and a minority that will have the resources, the wealth, [and] the technology to protect themselves, and even flourish in some kind of technological Noah’s arc.
This is extremely dangerous.
Again, I think one of the reasons that we don’t see enough urgency — from leaders, from business elites, and so forth — is that in the back of their minds they are counting on a technological Noah’s arc.
And that’s very, very dangerous.
CNN’s Bill Weir, who hosted the discussion, described the “COVID pandemic” as a “dress rehearsal” for “the climate crisis.”
He continued by alluding to the contemporary leftist slogan “trust the science.”
“I keep coming back to the idea that the COVID pandemic is really a dress rehearsal — on a much smaller level — for the climate crisis,” Weir said.
“And a reminder about how communities that have trust and faith in science, and each other, sort of suffer the least.”
Corporate control in the form of “benevolent capitalism,” he added, may yield “planet-saving” protocols.
“Those who wait for those citizens to start dying, suffer the most, but at the same time, we’re still so divided globally within countries about these sorts of things,” he continued.
“There’s a lot of hope that if governments can’t pull it together, then maybe it’ll be corporations, like benevolent capitalism.”
Harari concluded by framing “climate change” as an urgent threat to humanity.
“We don’t have a lot of time,” he insisted.
“But it’s still possible to change our priorities [and] to rewrite the rules of the game so that not just a tiny elite — but all the inhabitants of the planet — will have a better future — or, for starters, will have any kind of future.”
As Slay News previously reported, Harari recently caused outrage by declaring that “we just don’t need the vast majority of the population” in today’s world.
According to Harari, most of the general public has now become “redundant” and will be of little use to the global elite in the future.
Harari argues that modern technologies like artificial intelligence “make it possible to replace the people.”