“Time is running out,” proclaimed fake president Brandon’s U.S. climate envoy John Kerry at the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) annual meeting this week, for the globalists to “save the planet” from the mythical fairy tale known as climate change.
Appearing in Davos as he has been doing for many years, Kerry told the room full of globalists that he is “convinced we will get to a low-carbon, no-carbon economy … because we have to,” adding that extra-terrestrials, or ETs, are supposedly helping to make that happen.
“I am not convinced we’re going to get there in time to do what the scientists said, which is avoid the worst consequences of the crisis,” Kerry added. “You look at what’s happening with species, half the species of the planet have been killed already.”
To help speed things up, ETs chose a “select group of human beings,” meaning Kerry and his fellow globalists, to spearhead this relentless push for a climate-zero future, this being code for no more useless eaters, i.e., non-globalist humans.
In his bizarre rant about ETs and global warming, Kerry thanked Børge Brende, the current president of the WEF, for getting him the “best room I ever had here in 35 years” – yes, Kerry has been attending the globalist gathering for more than three decades.
“When you stop and think about it, it’s pretty extraordinary that we select group of human beings because of whatever touched us at some point in our lives, are able to sit in a room and come together and actually talk about saving the planet,” he went on to ramble.
(Related: In 2015, Kerry declared that anyone who opposes his global warming religion should be disqualified from public office in the United States.)
Kerry says the very idea of climate change is “extra-terrestrial”
The very idea of saving the planet from a climate disaster is extra-terrestrial in and of itself, Kerry would go on during his speech to bizarrely claim. But it is the only way to look at the situation with any kind of accuracy, he insists.
“If you say that to most people most people, they think you’re just a crazy tree hugging and lefty liberal, you know, do-gooder, whatever,” Kerry said, adding that there are “allegedly wise adult human beings” out there who still oppose the climate religion he is peddling, which annoys him because he feels as though the world is going to collapse without absolute belief in and adherence to its tenets.
“Those worst consequences are going to affect millions of people all around the world, [in] Africa and other places,” Kerry threatened about what will happen to poor people in Africa if the climate cult is not successful in eliminating all carbon.
“Of the 20 most affected countries in the world from [the] climate crisis, 17 are in Africa.”
As usual, Kerry demanded that governments pony up more cash to help “cool” the planet down in order to “save lives.” By 2030, he says there needs to be an additional $4 trillion added to the coffers to create more “clean energy” in accordance with the Paris Climate Agreement.
It is important to note that over the past 15 months, Kerry has flown more than 180,000 miles on private jets that left behind more than 9.5 million pounds of carbon emissions. This is about 300 times higher than the average Americans’ annual carbon footprint.
“He’s absolutely right,” wrote a commenter about Kerry’s statements at the WEF gathering. “That extra-terrestrial force is known as the devil and his demons.”
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