Satanic Depopulation Agenda Manifesting in “decarbonizing” the World’s Economy With Carbon Tax

Schellnhuber as a Satanic Force

In the name of saving the environment, the British Royal family—through their agent John Schellnhuber, an official Commander of the Order of the British Empire—has moved to take over the Catholic church and use it as an instrument for their global depopulation, genocide agenda.

Hans Joachim Schellnhuber (CBE) Credit: European People’s Party

Hans Joachim Schellnhuber, named Honorary Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (CBE) by Queen Elizabeth in 2004, who is a leading advocate of lowering the world’s population on behalf of the environment, played a leading role in the publication of the Pope’s latest encyclical, Laudato Si. The Catholic Church, who has been a leading opponent of the fanatical view of man generally espoused by the British Monarchy, has suddenly switched positions under the influence of Schellnhuber who, in 2009, at a British-German Climate Conference, asserted, “In a cynical way, it’s a triumph for science, because at last we have stabilized something—namely the estimates for the carrying capacity of the planet, namely below 1 billion people. What a triumph.”

To achieve their goals, Schellnhuber, and now the Catholic Church, are proposing a “decarbonizing” of the world’s economy, which, at a moment when robust global development has become a top priority once again for the BRICS nations, namely China, India, Russia and South America, the push to “decarbonize” the global economy is understood as nothing less than a declaration of war against this emerging bloc of nations.

A brief review of Schellnhuber’s background reveals that he does not represent the interests of the Catholic Church, nor the interests of planet on whose behalf he so passionately campaigns. Schellnhuber represents the interests of a handful of oligarchs, centered in London, watching their waning hegemony as a new economic order emerges on the planet. Indeed, one must ask of his proposals, cui bono? Given Schellnhuber’s British pedigree, the answer is quite clear.

Plants need carbon dioxide to live and they then produce oxygen which we need to live….sounds like an underhanded way to reduce breathable oxygen!


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