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(WATCH) WEF Guru Says ‘They Want More Souls, I Want Less On The Planet’


During the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) 2019 India Economic Summit, forum speaker Sadhguru, a yogi author, chuckled while admitting he wants less people on the planet.

The guru sinisterly said the quiet part out loud and revealed his support for the globalist depopulation agenda.

Sadhguru has been a primary speaker at the UN World Headquarters, UN Convention to Combat Desertification, and is a regular speaker at the WEF India Economic Summit and TED Conferences.


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Sadhguru tells the interviewer, “All the religious groups are against me because I’m talking about population. They want more souls, I want less on the planet.”

Both the guru and interviewer break out into a sinister laugh after the comments.

According to his WEF profile, Sadhguru “founded Isha Foundation, a non-profit organization with human well-being as its core commitment.”

Yogi, mystic, visionary and bestselling author; influences a large portion of the public to advocate for and take direct, local action for nature-based climate solutions. Three decades ago, founded Isha Foundation, a non-profit organization with human well-being as its core commitment. Has been a primary speaker at the United Nations World Headquarters and United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification, a regular at the World Economic Forum India Economic Summit, and at TED. Recipient, Padma Vibhushan, Government of India (2017), the highest annual civilian award.


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