In a January 17th, 2024 Breibart article titled “Davos Speaker Demands International Criminal Court Prosecute ‘Ecocide’, Punish Farmers Alongside War Criminals” Kurt Zindulka reported,
The International Criminal Court should add “ecocide” to its brief alongside genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes to criminalise the side effects of farming, fishing and energy production, a green activist argued during the annual World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland.
Greta Thunberg ally and CEO of Stop Ecocide International Jojo Mehta demanded during a WEF Davos panel dubbed “Where Nature Meets Conflict” on Tuesday that a new international criminal category of “ecocide” to prevent the “mass damage and destruction of nature”.
Mehta, who co-founded Stop Ecocide in 2017 alongside the late green legal activist Polly Higgins, said at the globalist World Economic Forum meeting: “What our organisation and other collaborators aim to do is to have this recognised legally as a serious crime because one of the issues that pervades this discussion is that we have a culturally engrained habit of not taking damage to nature as seriously as we take damage to people and property.”
While proponents of the legislation have often pointed to disasters such as oil spills and nuclear meltdowns, Mehta suggested that ecocide could be extended to include necessary functions of humanity such as agriculture and energy production.
“If you are campaigning for human rights, at least you know mass murder, torture all of these things are serious crimes, but there is no equivalent in environmental space. Unlike an international crime like genocide that involves a specific intent, with ecocide what we see is what people are trying to do is business, is to farm, is fish, is produce energy, but what is missing is the awareness and the conscience of the side effects, around the collateral damage that happens with that,” the green activist said.
Mehta argued that creating the criminal category of “ecocide” would “steer” individuals, businesses, and governments around the world in a “healthier direction”, presumably out of concern of facing prosecution at the International Criminal Court and potentially lengthy prison sentences.
The green activist has previously explained: “One can envisage, for example, once the law is in place, that a decision that leads to a new coal mine or a decision that leads to the opening of new fossil fuel projects will potentially have to be really seriously rethought.”
Jojo Mehta, founder of Stop Ecocide Now and an ally of Greta Thunberg, tells a WEF panel about her desire to criminalize the side effects of making money from farming, fishing, and creating energy.https://t.co/aJiaQfZlkb pic.twitter.com/4RQqTRUZsN
— Rebel News (@RebelNewsOnline) January 16, 2024
The Bottom Line
There is no crime of Ecocide, rather there is a war going on between those who want to “save the plant” by eliminating us humans. You see these humans see us humans as evil and worthy of punishment.
- Taking away all fossil fuels, including liquid hydrogen.
- Taking away your food, like meat and poultry, and replacing them with eating bugs.
- Taking away all of your freedoms to life, liberty and happiness.
- Farmers can be classified as “war criminals” if Ecocide laws are enacted.
- Finally, those who are pushing Ecocide are now pushing extending “personhood”, the rights of people, to plants, animals, trees, rivers, lakes and even robots and AI programs.
They want nothing other than total control of how you live, what you purchase, what you eat and what you drive.
This is the definition to totalitarianism.
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Farmers could face criminal prosecution for doing their jobs.
Some might soon be labeled as guilty of “ecocide,” which was among the more controversial positions that came from the 2024 WEF conference in Davos. pic.twitter.com/8L0x1mk2Zw
— EpochTV (@EpochTV) January 31, 2024
.@monicalennon7 is consulting on a proposed Member’s Bill to protect the environment in Scotland and deter environmental damage by introducing the crime of ecocide into Scots law.
— Scottish Parliament (@ScotParl) February 2, 2024
Already, there is a growing movement to grant human rights to plants, animals, rivers, and even artificial intelligence.
This is raising concerns over what it means for the value of human life if everything is treated on the same value as a human life.https://t.co/qRe7m01o9w
— EpochTV (@EpochTV) January 31, 2024