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Soros at Davos Claims Climate Change a Bigger Threat than Russia

'That could be the end of our civilization... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Leftist billionaire George Soros has gathered with his comrades in Davos for the World Economic Forum‘s 2022 meeting, wherein they are discussing how to remake the world in their image,

Soros chose to highlight the alleged imminent threat of climate change above all else. He emphasized the need for faith in the experts, who have told the world that a climate disaster awaits.

“The experts tell us that we have already fallen far behind, and climate change is on the verge of becoming irreversible. That could be the end of our civilization,” Soros told the World Economic Forum’s audience, Breitbart reported.

Permanent climate change, according to the billionaire, is a “particularly frightening” prospect.

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Though he admitted that “most” people must “eventually die,” he said those unfortunate many foolishly take it for granted that “civilization will survive.”

For Soros, this means that every part of human life must be reorganized by scientific experts, the only ones who can save us from ourselves.

Conflict, according to the oligarch, threatens international cooperation, and must therefore be squashed at all costs. This means that the world must see itself in a life-or-death struggle with Russia.

According to Soros, the United States and other nations are obliged to “do whatever is in their power” to save Ukraine from Russia.

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“We must mobilize all our resources to bring the war to an early end. The best and perhaps only way to preserve our civilization is to defeat [Russian President Vladimir] Putin. That’s the bottom line,” he added.

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