The private jet travelers at the World Economic Forum (WEF) gathering at Davos, Switzerland, this week are enjoying their time there as usual by explaining how they plan to impoverish working people everywhere to achieve their globalist dreams. On Wednesday, speaker Jim Hagemann Snabe called on “one billion” people to never again eat meat as part of the WEF’s climate control goals.
The chairman of German super conglomerate Siemens AG said that ending meat consumption worldwide would have a “big impact” on carbon emissions by restructuring the “current food system.”
Siemens Chairman Jim Hagemann Snabe:
"If a billion people stop eating meat, it will have a big impact – we'll have proteins that don't come from meat in the future, they'll taste better… be zero carbon. pic.twitter.com/9wl1O8jtwL
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The WEF conference runs all week and is attended by many world politicians and corporate executives, almost all of whom traveled to and from Davos on private jets to enjoy the privilege of discussing how they intend to force ordinary people to give up on normal modern life.
Siemens Chairman & Board Member of WEF, Jim Snabe
"If a billion people stop eating meat, it will have a big impact – we'll have proteins that don't come from meat in the future, they'll taste better… be zero carbon & much healthier"
You will eat bugs and be happier😎- WEF pic.twitter.com/JlxJCMpduJ
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Snabe said, “If a billion people stop eating meat, not only does it have a big impact on the current food system, but it will also inspire innovation of food systems” at a panel discussion named “Mobilizing for Climate.”
The WEF published an article in February 2022 in which two Indiana University professors called for increased amounts of insect protein in human diets. It claims that 14.5% of greenhouse gas emissions come from livestock raised for human consumption.
The government of the Netherlands announced last year that it intends to seize 3,000 private family farms and close them down forever in its quest to reduce nitrogen emissions.
Snabe added that people worldwide should be forced to “have proteins not coming from meat in the future” and dismissively said that “they will probably taste even better.”
He told the gathering: “So why are we trying to mimic meat if we can have a better taste? They will be zero carbon and much healthier than the kind of food that we eat today.”
Snabe added that ending livestock production “is a mission that we need to get on.”
He urged attendees to look into an organization named “Eat.” He claimed that globalist nonprofit organization has “all the facts on this and who have the policies necessary, the innovations necessary and the scale necessary in order to make food systems sustainable and healthy.”
Eat’s mission statement claims it is working toward “a fair and sustainable global food system for healthy people and the planet.”
It intends to press global governments and corporations to “transform our global food system through sound science, impatient disruption, and novel partnerships.”