WEF: ‘Big Winners’ Reduce Populations, ‘Substitute Humans with Machines’

One of the leaders of the World Economic Forum (WEF) has declared that nations with “shrinking populations” are the “big winners” because globalists are pushing to “substitute humans with machines.”

The comments were made by BlackRock CEO Larry Fink during the WEF’s annual summit in Saudi Arabia earlier this week.

Fink also serves on the board of directors at the WEF and is listed as one of the organization’s “agenda contributors.”

As chairman and chief executive of BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, Fink has $10 trillion in global assets under management.

During the WEF’s summit in Riyadh, Fink assured attendees that collapsing populations in nations around the world will not be a problem for the global elite.

In fact, Fink gloated that the collapse of civilization would be an advantage for those “big winners” who have  been “substituting humans” with “machines.”

Fink continues by bluntly declaring that the goal of the globalists is the maximum destruction of the planet’s population.

“I can argue that in developed countries, countries with declining populations will benefit,” Fink said during the WEF panel discussion.

“The big winners are those with shrinking populations.

“That’s something that most people never talked about,” he admitted while saying the quiet part out loud.

“You know, we always used to think a shrinking population is a cause for negative growth.

“But in my conversations with the leadership of these large developed countries, which have xenophobic immigration policies – they do not allow anyone to come – and shrinking demographics, these countries will rapidly develop robotics, AI [artificial intelligence], and technology.

“If the promise of all that transforms productivity, which most of us think it will, we will be able to elevate the standard of living of countries and the standard of living of individuals, even with shrinking populations.

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“So the paradigm of negative population growth is going to be changing.

“And, the social problems that one will have when substituting humans for machines is going to be far easier in those countries that have declining populations.”


The comments from Fink come amid growing calls from WEF members to depopulate Earth.

However, the statement from Fink is the first time a WEF member has openly gloated about the economic benefits of population reduction.

In past calls for depopulation, WEF members usually justify the anti-human agenda by claiming it’s necessary to “save the planet” from “climate change.”

During a recent WEF summit, one globalist speaker argued that there are too many “souls on the planet” to stop “global warming,” as Slay News reported.

Sadhguru, a WEF agenda contributor, announced the plans during a meeting with world leaders and global elites.

Globalists praised Sadhguru for his “frankness” when he boasted to world leaders and corporate elites about the depopulation agenda.

WEF members reportedly expressed “relief” when Sadhguru openly stated that the global population of humans needs to be reduced.

Sadhguru said, “They asked me a brilliant question: ‘How do you reduce the human footprint?’

“I said, ‘You have to reduce the number of feet.’”

“All the religious groups are against me because I’m talking about population,” Sadhguru noted.

“They want more souls – I want less [sic] on the planet.”

As Slay News previously reported, a celebrated member of the WEF has called for a staggering 86 percent reduction in the population of humans, arguing that the goal can be achieved “peacefully.”

The call was made by Dennis Meadows, one of the main authors of the Club of Rome’s 1972 pro-depopulation book “The Limits to Growth.”

Meadows is considered an architect of the WEF’s agenda with his theories on population numbers being central to the organization’s anti-human agenda.

Meadows argues that most of the world’s population must be wiped out so that the survivors can “have freedom” and a “high standard of living.”

During a 2017 interview, Meadows claimed that genocide of 86% of the world’s population is “inevitable.”

However, he insists that a “benevolent” dictatorship could accomplish the mass de-population “peacefully.”

“We want to have freedom and we want to have a high standard of living so we’re going to have a billion people.”

He then warned that “we have to get back down” to just one billion people on earth.

More recently, another WEF member upped the ante by calling for more than a 90 percent reduction in humans, as Slay News reported.

English primatologist and anthropologist Jane Goodall, who the WEF lists as one of its “agenda contributors,” pushed the shocking suggestion for meeting the globalist organization’s “Net Zero” targets.

Goodhall told her fellow globalists that they could “save the planet” from the “climate crisis” if the Earth’s population was over 90 percent smaller than it is today.

Goodall argues that all of the WEF’s “problems” would be solved if fewer humans were walking the Earth.

She made the statement during a panel discussion at the organization’s annual summit in Davos, Switzerland.

“We cannot hide away from human population growth,” she told frustrated elites while discussing plans for achieving “Net Zero.”

“Because it underlies so many of the other problems,” she continued.

“All of these problems that we talk about wouldn’t be a problem if there was the size of the population that it was 500 years ago.”

As of May 2024, Earth’s human population is estimated to be 8.1 billion people.

500 years ago, as Goodall, a renowned anthropologist, would know, the population of humans was approximately 435 million.

To satisfy Goodall’s suggestion to solve globalists’ “problems,” 94.6% of humanity would need to go.

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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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