Qu Dongyu uses the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization to ‘promote Chinese interests,’ a report found
The United Nations agency that is pushing wealthy nations to curb their meat consumption in the name of climate change is led by a top Chinese Communist Party official who is known for using the agency to serve Beijing.
The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization—which counts CCP official Qu Dongyu as its director—is set to release a plan next month that calls on “the world’s most-developed nations” to fight climate change by curbing “their excessive appetite for meat,” Bloomberg reported Saturday. It’s unlikely, however, that the directive will apply to China. The United Nations still considers China a developing country, and Qu himself has long faced criticism for using his U.N. post to advance Beijing’s interests.
WEF – If people refuse to give up meat they will have to be forced to through human engineering, by making them intolerant.
Perhaps through mosquito bites.
Well this isn’t terrifying at all 👀
— Elander & the News (@ElanderNews) November 29, 2023