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INSANE: Scientist Suggests Killing Humans With Pandemics is Best Way to Stop ‘Climate Crisis’

Leave it to a government climate scientist to accidentally spill the beans.

One of them admitted what some radical environmental activists are really after.

And what could it be?

Using deadly pandemics to wipe out mankind in the name of saving earth.

Apparently their paper straws plan didn’t work in saving the earth.

So, culling is their backup plan.

Bill McGuire, a Professor of Geophysical & Climate Hazards at UCL, raised eyebrows with a tweet suggesting that a deadly pandemic could help solve the climate crisis.

Makes sense.

This sounds like it could be a deleted skit from Monty Python and quite hilarious if these sickos didn’t actually believe it.

Well, they don’t really believe in ‘climate crisis’, but they sure want us gone.

But he didn’t say killing. He said ‘culling’.

Hey ChatGpt, what is culling, for those who don’t know?

Culling typically involves the deliberate killing or removal of individuals from a population.

Also notice the article McGuire posted.

The byline says “The issue is WHEN to pull the trigger.” regarding bird flu.

When to release it, would be my guess.

Gateway Pundit reports:

One government climate scientist made the mistake of blurting out the real end-game of so many radical environmental activists in a bid to preserve the planet: Killing off the human population.

Bill McGuire, a Professor of Geophysical & Climate Hazards at University College London (UCL), authored a tweet Sunday that lamented the fact carbon emissions were not falling nearly as fast as needed and suggested solving the “climate crisis” with a deadly pandemic to wipe out swaths of the human population.

“If I am brutally honest, the only realistic way I see emissions falling as fast as they need to, to avoid catastrophic #climate breakdown, is the culling of the human population by a pandemic with a very high fatality rate,” he wrote.

After righteous backlash from social media users, McGuire deleted his post and whined that people were deliberately taking his words out of context.

He then lied and claimed that his initial post was about falling economic activity despite clearly referencing a pandemic killing off mankind.

As the National Pulse notes, McGuire is infamous for being a member of a British government body that advised politicians on the COVID-19 response. He also co-authored a report for the radical United Nations’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which helps influence climate policy worldwide.

He loves talking about this fairytale.

But he’s upset that you took his tweet out of context.

He’s putting his foot down, digitially, so you know he means business.

But those in the comments aren’t buying it.

The patch on Ted Theodore Logan’s pants (from Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure) says it all:



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