W.E.F Speaker Calls for “Ecocide” Laws Against Farming & Fishing
A speaker at the World Economic Forum (WEF) summit in Davos, Switzerland is demanding a new international criminal category of “ecocide” to prevent the “mass damage and destruction of nature.”
“Ecocide” should be a prosecutable crime that receives similar punishment as genocide is when it is committed against human beings.
Jojo Mehta, the co-founder and CEO of Stop Ecocide International, compared the side effects of “farming,” “fishing,” and energy production to the mass murder and torture not of human beings, but of trees and rivers. She hopes farming and fishing will be classified as “serious crimes.” Does Mehta not want people to eat? Does she want us all to go on water fasts?
“Ecocide is becoming better known around the world,” said Mehta who is close friends with climate alarmist, Greta Thunberg. Mehta is working with politicians to see “ecocide” a crime at the International Criminal Court.
World Economic Forum speaker calls for international laws against "ecocide," citing farming, fishing, and energy production as examples pic.twitter.com/2Q4BOTpeXE— Encounter News (@EncounterNewsX) January 18, 2024
“The concept is generally [understood as] mass damage and destruction of nature. But legally speaking, what our organization and other collaborators aim to do is to have this recognized legally as a serious crime. One of the issues that pervade all of this discussion is that we have a kind of cultural very ingrained habit of not taking damage to nature as seriously as we take damage to people and property.
If you’re campaigning for human rights, at least you know mass murder, torture, and all of these things are serious crimes. But there’s no equivalent in the environmental space. Unlike an international crime like genocide, which involves a specific intent, with ecocide what we see is actually what people are trying to do, what businesses are trying to do, is make money, farm, fish, is do all of these things that produce energy, and so on. But what’s missing is the awareness and conscience around the side effects, around the collateral damage that happens with that.”
The World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in 2024 has kicked off this week where elitists share their extremist views openly for the public to hear.— Lewis Brackpool (@Lewis_Brackpool) January 17, 2024
One particular speech caught my attention where, Jojo Mehta the co-founder and CEO of “Stop Ecocide Now” attributes farming and… pic.twitter.com/qwKZUBSPZV
Eco Extremists have been given a seat at the table with politicians and at forums like the WEF, together, they are waging war against farmers and that serves no one positively in the long run.
If legislation against ecocide starts popping up and is passed in our respective national assemblies, and if it is established as credible in the international criminal courts, an avenue would be created for governments to go after energy companies, agriculture, and others deemed to be offenders.
This idea is preposterous yet here we are discussing it.
Human beings will always possess more value than nature; this is how God established the hierarchy of the world and He did so with a specific reason in mind – that nature would serve man, and not man serve nature.
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