The scandalous show was aired in November 2022. Luckily, there is an archive outside the ORF media library as well. Armin Wolf said at the time: “There is a kind of ecologically ideal population figure for the world, which would be three billion”. Critics consider this statement inhuman. Imagine if any “right-wing” politician had said something like that – he would have been accused of inciting genocide. But at ORF, as always, this did not lead to any results.
A note from Willi Huber
What the so-called journalists of the system openly say is in fact complete madness. There is no hidden agenda anymore. Many people are worried because the elite of this world are accused of wanting to radically reduce the number of people. Why exactly he had to start from the west is not clear. Furthermore, many are concerned that experimental mass vaccination may play a role in this agenda.
Origin of rumours, theory or truth – it is certain that it does not contribute to building trust if the ORF anchorman openly states that In his opinion there are more than five billion people on this planet. Because the question arises: what would he and his ilk want to do with the extra people? In what way? Who else chooses? See yourself first (statement occurs at 10:19).
It should also not contribute to the critics’ belief that Armin Wolf’s interlocutor, university-prof. Mag. Dr. Wolfgang Lutz, Along with the SDG 2030 logo on his lapel, which many also refer to as the “Great Reset” logo. The insignia is worn by those who have presented the United Nations Agenda 2030, which originally propagated the same goals as Klaus Schwab’s World Economic Forum and is also closely associated with it by contract.
Herr Professor Lutz, There is a sort of ecologically ideal population for the world, which would be three billion. In fact, we are eight billion. Now a very common question: can the earth bear us?
Armin Wolf and Prof. Wolfgang Lutz, ORF, 15.11.2022
No matter where Armin Wolf’s statement comes from, he does not support his claim with any sources. So it can be assumed that this is his personal opinion – his personal wish of how he thinks the world should be. Anyone who expects a solution now, what the Wolf and his guests are planning with the rest of humanity, will be disappointed. It is left to the imagination.
Wolfgang Lutz is introduced to the audience as “one of the world’s most renowned population researchers”. Gentlemen with objectionable logos explain all kinds of theories regarding migration and climate change. This perceived climate change will spur this migration, especially in countries where people live along coasts and rivers, which are prone to frequent flooding. The fact that such floods (without storms and cyclones) do not materialize is, once again, irrelevant to ORF.
Bangladesh is mentioned as an example, a country that is “very small” and therefore very affected. The fact that Bangladesh is sinking into the sea could not really be assessed in the last fifty years. opposite of this. Wikipedia knows about it: “From 1977 to 2010, there has been a net increase of 169 km² in Bangladesh due to changes in the coastline., However, apparently, Bangladesh is a perfect playground for climate hysteria to model calculations and projections.
Incidentally, the ORF report introducing the interview is highly contradictory. Because first, the perceived overpopulation is lamented – but also that the population in the West is declining. Fortunately, there will be migration in the west. So you don’t really know if population growth is good or bad – it probably has to do with context.
The program does not abandon any of the stereotypes that have been developed in leftist circles over the decades. From an egotistical, colonialist point of view, Africa as a whole is portrayed as backward, the people are poor and cannot eat. It appears that in all African countries, the average family will have seven children. In any case, poor Africans urgently need aid from the West. People in Africa are already very happy about it. We recommend this video.