A top World Economic Forum (WEF) official has declared that “human rights are fiction, just like God.”
The comments were made in a recently unearthed video of Yuval Noah Harari.
Harari is often credited as the mastermind behind the WEF’s anti-human agenda.
He serves as a senior advisor to the globalist organization and its founder and chairman, Professor Klaus Schwab.
During a Ted Talk, WEF architect Harari explains to the crowd why he believes “useless humans” should have no rights.
Before comparing human beings to “jellyfish” and chimpanzees, Harari ridicules members of the general public for their “belief in human rights.”
“But human rights are just like Heaven, and like God – it’s just a fictional story that we’ve invented and spread around,” Harari declares.
“It may be a very nice story,” he continues.
“It may be a very attractive story.
“You want to believe it but it’s just a story.
“It is not a reality,” he asserts.
“It is not a biological reality.
“Just as jellyfish, and woodpeckers, and ostriches have no rights, homosapiens have no rights also.
“Take a human, cut him open, look inside,” he explained.
“You find the blood, and you find the heart and the lungs and the kidneys, but you don’t find there any rights.
“The only place you find rights is in the fiction stories that humans have invented and spread around.”
Harari then pivoted his point to promote the WEF’s borderless globalist agenda.
“The same thing is also true in the political field,” he said.
“States and nations are also, like human rights, and like God, and like Heaven – they too are just stories.”
Harari then expanded on his open-border narrative by attacking America and Israel, which he claims don’t exist in “reality.”
“A mountain is a reality,” he noted.
“You can see it, you can touch it, and you can smell it.
“But Israel, or the United States – they are just stories.
“Very powerful stories – stories we might want to believe very much.
“But still, they are just stories.
“You can’t really see the United States, you cannot touch it, you cannot smell it.”
Harari’s anti-human teachings have become an integral component of the WEF’s agenda.
As Slay News reported, Harari argues that most of the world’s human population is “useless” and serves no purpose to the global elite.
Harari claims that a new class system will soon emerge that will separate global elites from the “redundant” general public.
He argues that most of the world’s population will be of little use to the global elite, meaning they will no longer be “needed.”
“What do we need so many humans for?” Harari declared recently.
He also previously declared that “we just don’t need the vast majority of the population” in today’s world.
Harari, who describes himself as a historian and futurist, argues that modern technologies like artificial intelligence “make it possible to replace the people.”
He made the remarks during an interview with Chris Anderson, the head of TED.
Harari assessed widespread contemporary disillusionment among “common people” as being rooted in a fear of being “left behind” in a future run by “smart people.”
He lamented that the world’s power elite has been reliant on the general public to provide the workforce since the Industrial Revolution.
However, Harari gloats that the tide is now turning as corporations can now use low-cost technology to replace humans.
“Now, fast forward to the early 21st century when we just don’t need the vast majority of the population,” he boasted.
“The future is about developing more and more sophisticated technology, like artificial intelligence [and] bioengineering.
“Most people don’t contribute anything to that, except perhaps for their data, and whatever people are still doing which is useful, these technologies increasingly will make redundant and will make it possible to replace the people.”