In 1973, I was talked into going with a friend to see a science fiction movie called “Soylent Green.” This American-made movie was very disturbing and totally creepy even then, but as I now look back on the movie 30 years later, it is even creepier because I’m realizing the plot of this movie is beginning to be played out in current times.
The ecological issues driving the plot of the movie are dying oceans, greenhouse gases, depleted natural resources, extreme food shortages, rampant poverty, and over-population. The setting is New York City in 2022. The population has become unsustainable, people are living in the streets, and they line up for their daily ration of water and Soylent Green, which supposedly is a high-protein foodstuff allegedly made from plankton cultivated in the ocean. (Or is it?) Society has changed drastically. There are now riots in the streets, and people are exhibiting a herd mentality. Every now and then in the movie you will see a giant garbage truck come along and literally scoop people up. The plot expands when a New York detective, played by Charlton Heston, wonders where they are taking these people, and he begins an investigation.
What happens to human beings when they no longer have any control over any aspect of their lives? No work, no money, no daily choices to make. The short answer is that people ultimately give up mentally and physically and lose their desire to live.
As I learn more and more about the plans that Klaus Schwab and Yuval Noah Harari of the World Economic Forum (WEF) have for the entire world population, it is becoming clearer that those of us with a fully functioning brain and a belief in God Almighty cannot remain silent because we are in a cultural and spiritual war with severe consequences if we continue on the current path.
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