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April 6, 2024 | Climate Change Justifies Killing 2 billion People to Save the Planet Before 2027

Martin Armstrong

Martin Arthur Armstrong is current chairman and founder of Armstrong Economics. He is best known for his economic predictions based on the Economic Confidence Model, which he developed.

Biden Secon Term

I have written in the past few weeks that all my sources are DEEPLY concerned that the Climate Change movement is transforming into using war to reduce the population. I have warned that the Climate Change zealots who have usurped the White House along with the NEOCONS are in bed together. They are pushing for World War III and are trying to get Russia to attack anything in NATO, the same way Roosevelt got the Japanese to attack Pearl Harbor because Congress would not pass a resolution to enter World War II.


Elon Musk has obviously been talking to people who are behind the curtain and been laying out this unholy marriage between the Climate Change nut-jobs and the NEOCONS. I have to hand it to Musk for having the courage to speak about those that NONE of the mainstream media will dare to report that these Climate Change lunatics want to kill off 2 billion people ASAP to save the world because their clock is ticking.

NYC Climate Clock

These people want to kill 2 billion to save the planet. I guess that makes Hiter, Mao, and Stalin really just poor misunderstood climate change advocates. They were not evil; they were just trying to save the planet. They merely failed to kill off enough, and this clock is ticking down, and the world all comes to an end in 2027 if they fail. So they are out to kill you, but it’s for the planet – and naturally, they have to survive to make sure they got enough of us.



The New York Times wrote how one of them wanted to kill all human beings to save the planet. I guess that brings the old question to the surface:

If a tree falls in the forest, but nobody is there, does it still make a sound?

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April 6th, 2024

Posted In: Armstrong Economics

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