Trends are changing. In the 1930s it was wearing spectacles. Remember Pol Pot?
Now, it is any of the following: having a barbeque with friends on a Sunday afternoon (meat eating being a planet murdering activity), taking Johny to football or Sally to ballet in a … deep breath, car (driving being a planet extinguishing activity).
“Maybe try walking” as climate extremist group Tyre Extinguishers suggests:
Climate change extremists have deflated “hundreds” of tyres on SUVs in the wealthy Melbourne suburb overnight, with notes left on windscreens informing owners that their “gas guzzler kills” and suggesting they try taking public transport instead.
I don’t know, but when I think about these people sometimes I just want to point them to the sky as I’m quite sure God sends messages.
The abject failure to think is astonishing. The answer, they tell us (aside from bug eating), is electrification. So to these dimwits, let’s just consider this. The reality is that humans mined 700 million tons of copper over the last 5,000 years. The same 700 million tons will need to be mined over the next 22 years to meet energy transition targets using wind, solar, and electric vehicles.
The world doesn’t have enough mines operating or planned to meet these make believe bullshit climate goals using wind, solar, and EVs. Opening a new mine takes 16 years on average, according to the International Energy Agency. With all the freshly minted vegans coming out of woke Western universities, screeching about “climate change” and telling us to stop barbecuing, now it’s likely only going to get longer.
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The other thing not mentioned is that to operate a copper mine (or any mine for that matter), really you’re using massive amounts of diesel to dig up the ground, move earth, and then you’re putting it on ships burning bunker fuel, shipping it to Japan (or wherever), turning it into batteries, and then putting it back on ships again … burning more bunker fuel to get it to an assembly plant in Texas, where you sell it to some blue-haired twat with a Ukrainian flag in their profile who goes by made-up pronouns (which should, quite simply, be confused/degenerate). And then the media tells these mindless peons that this process is renewable. And you know what? They believe it. Why? Because they are complete morons.
So this begs the question. Do those pushing this narrative actually believe this? Some do, I suppose purely because they’re professional conformists, but those at the top, the scum populating the likes of the UN, WEF, and various affiliated governmental and non-governmental organizations such as the World Bank or IMF don’t. This is why they have pivoted to talking about “degrowth.”
If you are wondering what this is, just picture giving up all the modern conveniences of life and living like a serf in the Middle Ages, and you’re on track for the dystopian future they have in store for us all.
Meanwhile…Nobel Prize winner Dr. John F. Clauser signs the Clintel World Climate Declaration. We detail below what this means.
John F. Clauser, winner of the 2022 Nobel Prize in Physics for his work on quantum mechanics, has signed the World Climate Declaration of Clintel with its central message “there is no climate emergency.”
Clauser has publicly distanced himself from climate alarmism and this year he also joined the Board of Directors of the CO2 Coalition. In the announcement by the CO2 Coalition, Clauser was quoted in the following way:
The popular narrative about climate change reflects a dangerous corruption of science that threatens the world’s economy and the well-being of billions of people. Misguided climate science has metastasized into massive shock-journalistic pseudoscience. In turn, the pseudoscience has become a scapegoat for a wide variety of other unrelated ills. It has been promoted and extended by similarly misguided business marketing agents, politicians, journalists, government agencies, and environmentalists. In my opinion, there is no real climate crisis. There is, however, a very real problem with providing a decent standard of living to the world’s large population and an associated energy crisis. The latter is being unnecessarily exacerbated by what, in my opinion, is incorrect climate science.
Further on, in July, Clauser gave a talk at the event Quantum Korea 2023. He warned the audience about the growing amount of pseudoscience and misinformation.
Now I am not alone in observing the dangerous proliferation of pseudoscience. Recently, The Nobel Foundation has formed a new panel to address the issue called the International Panel on Information Environment. They plan to model it after the UN’s International Panel on Climate Change, the IPCC.
I think personally that they are making a big mistake in that effort because in my opinion the IPCC is one of the worst sources of dangerous misinformation. What I’m about to recommend is in furtherance of that, of the aims of that panel. […]
I have a second elephant in the room that I have recently discovered regarding climate change. I believe that climate change is not a crisis. […]
You’d think that when a Nobel prize-winning physicist declares this, the media would be falling over themselves to report on it. Maybe even interview him to find out what he knows that they don’t. Nope. Silence.
What we can expect, however, is for some hit pieces to be done on him and even calls for him to be stripped of his credentials and prize. Watch!
Meanwhile, the bullish trend on the “new tobacco” stocks is stronger than ever.
International Man Editor’s Note: The Western system is undergoing substantial changes, and the signs of moral decay, corruption, and increasing debt are impossible to ignore. With the Great Reset in motion, the United Nations, World Economic Forum, IMF, WHO, World Bank, and Davos man are all promoting a unified agenda that will affect us all.
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