Here Is The “World Economic Forum”, Video They Deleted – The Video Shows That The World Is A Better Place Without Humans

Opinion

We saved a copy of the “World Economic Forum” video that they deleted after facing backlash.

Klaus Schwab’s World Economic Forum (WEF) tweeted yesterday that “Lockdowns are quietly improving cities around the world,” accompanied by a video showing deserted streets, empty factories, and grounded planes. After backlash, they deleted it.

The tone-deaf tweet – coming amid millions of Covid-19 deaths and countless lives and businesses being destroyed by lockdowns – was quickly ratioed by Twitter users. The WEF’s comments and linked article about the historic quietness brought on by lockdowns leading to better detection of small earthquakes were lost on most observers, who focused instead on the group’s apparent affection for a dystopian, depopulated world.

Global lockdowns will plunge 100 million into extreme poverty.

Klaus Schwab also made clear lockdowns are a wonderful option for fighting global warming. Look for the globalists to push lockdowns in the future for their nefarious agenda.

Copy of the video below:

The most impressive thing in ‘any city’ is the ambient noise. It’s called hustle and bustle, and it is a sign of success and progress, aka…capitalism

There was a time not long ago when I would have said that’s crazy. Not any longer.

I believe we will see a wave of these man-made Plandemics every couple of years to thin out the herd in accordance with the goal of the extremists’ billionaires who think there are too many worthless peasants.

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