The politics of climate change: Green New Deal and other madness

Hello H2O

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From the videos, I think the protestors broke one of the rules of protesting. That is, do things in large numbers, where you are hard to neutralize. These guys were doomed from the start. There was only a couple of them, and they were in precarious positions on top of the trains. I found that to be very strange.
 

Yozilla

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Oh my, this is becoming crazy more and more. But what the people of Extinction Rebellion have in their minds? they don't need to go to work, evidently. They are so far away of the reality, the day by day, of people, workers, mothers that need to go to work, of families that have money difficulty, etc. They are a bunch of egocentric egoistical and individualist people. But you see, people start to see things with more clarity thanks to these idiots that are like the crazy prophets that sometimes are pictured on movies, remember, that announced the End of the World on the street. In fact they are clowns in this life that is a circus.
Maybe those XR dudes were Greenbaumed, BlueBummed or whatever - deeply programmed to be trigerred in times like this, to irritate public and force six-pack-Joes to to some kind of rebelion/upheaval...

Push there buttons, just push and push.... everyday and everyway

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c.a.

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Another classical example (from the honest nest), of greed and manipulation.

A billionaire backer of Extinction Rebellion has been revealed to have a stake in Heathrow Airport.

Sir Chrisopher Hohn has clandestinely built a 4 per cent stake in Heathrow parent company Ferrovial worth €730m (£630m), according to the Sunday Telegraph.

It was reported in May by Spain’s Banco de Sabadell that Hohn had bought a one per cent share in the Spanish construction and services company.

It has now been revealed that Hohn has bought a further three per cent share in Ferrovial.

The billionaire hedge fund manager revealed this month he was the largest individual backer of Extinction Rebellion thanks to £200,000 in donations.

The activist group organised mass protests over the past two weeks, some of which were aimed at London’s airports.

Three flights at London City Airport were disrupted, after one passenger lied on top of a British Airways plane on the runway and another forced a flight to turn around shortly after take-off.

Protest action at Gatwick Airport was cancelled after a group of protesters were attacked by commuters at Canning Town Tube station.
Despite this, Hohn has a history of investments in airports.

He is one of three largest investors in Spanish company Aena – the majority owner of Luton Airport.

His investment company, TCI, is the second-biggest investor in Eurotunnel owner Getlink.

Speculation is also rife that Hohn may be looking to significantly increase his share in Ferrovial.
The company’s UK-based construction company Amey is involved in an ongoing spat with Birmingham Council over a £2.7bn highways contract.

Ferrovial is now looking to sell Amey, after it paid the council £215m to walk away from its contract.

Forty per cent of shares in Ferrovial are owned by the four sons of its late founder Rafael del Pino y Moreno.

A source told the Sunday Telegraph that the sons are acting separately in managing their respective stakes in the company.

They said: “In a go-private situation, a buyer does not need to win over each sibiling, whereas in the past, a buyer effectively required the support of the founding father.”

Ferrovial were contacted for comment and TCI declined to comment.
 
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SummerLite

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I don't think this has been mentioned yet: This is Part One of an investigation into Extension Rebellion and Gail Bradbrook. A thorough report in the establishment for our Orwellian world. The comments at the end attack the content of the piece. Dr Gail Marie Bradbrook: Compassionate Revolutionary… for hire? – News from Nowhere

Introducing Gail Bradbrook, professional activist
In order to understand an organisation or entity, one must first come to an understanding of its founders. Dr Gail Marie Bradbrook, along with Julian ‘Roger’ Hallam, appear to be the two primary instigators of the Extinction Rebellion (XR) movement

Gail epitomises the new generation of ‘professional activists’, having positioned herself at the epicentre of the revolving door between big business, government bureaucracies and establishment-friendly NGOs, campaign groups and charitable organisations, all of which increasingly function as the public face of international corporate and financial power.


Acting through proxy organisations permits these forces to obscure the fact that government policies are being swayed by corporate entities that fund entire networks of charities and non-governmental organisations to interact with government on their behalf.

As well as having the ear of government, many of the directors and trustees of Gail’s Citizens Online charity just so happen to be people whose companies stand to make an absolute killing from the 5G roll-out – which is covertly promoted by Extinction Rebellion, due to its coming under the auspices of the United Nations’ Agenda 2030 (the current rebranding of Agenda 21), which is most often referred to with deceptive simplicity, as ‘Sustainable Development’ [SD]. Indeed, the smart grid / 5G infrastructure roll-out and the United Nation’s ‘Sustainable Development Goals’ (SDG) are entirely inseparable.

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thorbiorn

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Euronews, a loud speaker for selective, safe, no-fakenews, carried an article from NBC which like a preparation for a war in Iraq or Libya, moves ahead: More than 11,000 scientists issue fresh warning: Earth faces a climate emergency The difference if any is that the population growth in the World has to be managed through various programmes "The authors say family planning services and other social justice efforts that promote full gender equity should be enacted to help stabilize the world's population,"

By Denise Chow with NBC News Tech and Science News• last updated: 05/11/2019 - 22:55

An international consortium of more than 11,000 scientists is backing a study with a dire warning: Earth is facing a climate emergency.

The new study of how human activities have impacted the planet over the past four decades declares that harmful greenhouse gas emissions are rapidly rising, that governments are making insufficient progress in tackling the crisis, and that scientists have "a moral obligation to clearly warn humanity of any catastrophic threat." The findings were published Tuesday in the journal BioScience.

The research, led by ecologists William Ripple and Christopher Wolf at Oregon State University, identifies six key areas in which governments, businesses and members of the public can make critical changes, including addressing the planet's swelling population, which has been a contentious topic in the climate debate.

The authors say family planning services and other social justice efforts that promote full gender equity should be enacted to help stabilize the world's population, which is increasing by approximately 80 million people per year.

"Lots of scientists have steered away from talking about population because it's controversial," said Steve Easterbrook, director of the University of Toronto's School of the Environment, who was one of the study's signatories. "The policy recommendations the study makes about gender equity and making family planning available to bring down the birth rate — these are completely consistent with studies of what we need to do in response to climate change. I'm glad to see it given more prominence than it normally gets."

The study says countries should replace fossil fuels with renewable energy sources while also investing in technologies to extract carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Governments should also end subsidies to fossil fuel companies and wealthier countries should support poorer nations in transitioning to cleaner energy sources.

In addition, nations need to sharply reduce emissions of potent pollutants such as methane, soot and hydrofluorocarbons, which are human-made compounds that are commonly used in air conditioning, refrigeration and aerosols, the study finds. The researchers say that reducing these short-lived pollutants could slow the planet's short-term warming trend by more than 50 percent over the next few decades.
Climate change mitigation efforts should focus on protecting and restoring ecosystems such as forests, coral reefs, savannas and wetlands, which naturally absorb and store carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, they added.

The study also says people should eat mostly plant-based food, which will improve health and lower greenhouse gas emissions from livestock, and economies should prioritize carbon-free initiatives and sustaining ecosystems, rather than focusing on GDP growth and the pursuit of affluence.

The study is based on 40 years of data that show how human activities have affected the planet, including changes in fossil fuel consumption, carbon dioxide emissions, rates of deforestation and global surface temperatures. The authors warn that climate change is intensifying faster than most scientists predicted and is "threatening natural ecosystems and the fate of humanity."

Urgent action is needed, the researchers caution, "to avoid untold suffering due to the climate crisis."
The report's signatories include scientists from 153 countries, known together as the Alliance of World Scientists.

"I was concerned that we are now making the environment a political issue, and the environment should not be seen as a partisan issue," Leslie Duram, a professor of geography and environmental resources at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, said of her motivation to endorse the study's findings. "I want us all to realize that we, as human beings and inhabitants of this planet, need to come together to take action to help preserve the environment."

The study does highlight some progress that has been made, such as a 373 percent increase in solar and wind energy consumption per decade since 2000. But the authors point out that in 2018, solar and wind energy use was still 28 times smaller than fossil fuel consumption.

The new study reiterates many of the same findings as seminal reports from the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, but does emphasize the need to address the planet's swelling population, which has been a contentious topic in the climate debate.

Easterbrook said that part of his motivation to sign the study was to support the recent youth-led movements calling for climate action.

"There have been plenty of people willing to criticize these kids that perhaps they don't understand the science, but it's increasingly clear that a lot of the youth leading these protests understand the science much better than any of us," he said. "It was important for us scientists to say: yes, the situation is that dire."
Euronews also carried Italy introduces mandatory climate change lessons in schools
Italy is to become the first country to make climate change lessons compulsory in schools, Education Minister Lorenzo Fioramonti announced.

When children return to class in September 2020 after their summer holidays, their annual curriculum will also include 33 hours — approximately one per school week — dedicated to climate change and sustainable development. [...]
 

Ennio

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Euronews, a loud speaker for selective, safe, no-fakenews, carried an article from NBC which like a preparation for a war in Iraq or Libya, moves ahead: More than 11,000 scientists issue fresh warning: Earth faces a climate emergency The difference if any is that the population growth in the World has to be managed through various programmes "The authors say family planning services and other social justice efforts that promote full gender equity should be enacted to help stabilize the world's population,"
Speaking of which, there seems to be a spate of articles making the rounds right now on the subject of population control aka "depopulation is good for the planet". So much is being promoted under the subverted banner of "being a good human for the planet" - that just amounts to induced feelings of guilt for being alive. This 'climate emergency' psyop covers so much ground, is so pervasive and covers so many areas of life that the controllers must be patting themselves on the back for their invention.

Its encouraging, however, to see that many have gotten wind of where all this may be heading:



 

mkrnhr

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This 'climate emergency' psyop covers so much ground, is so pervasive and covers so many areas of life that the controllers must be patting themselves on the back for their invention.
It looks like many of what used to be viewed as separate manifestations of madness are converging into a paradigm of war on humanity, not only in the physical elimination sense but also in the somehow necessary mental slavery. Science fiction is too normal to describe our world nowadays.
 

Ennio

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It looks like many of what used to be viewed as separate manifestations of madness are converging into a paradigm of war on humanity, not only in the physical elimination sense but also in the somehow necessary mental slavery. Science fiction is too normal to describe our world nowadays.
Absolutely, and another forumite was saying pretty much the same thing in conversation this very morning. Science fiction can be so insightful sometimes:
 

thorbiorn

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Speaking of which, there seems to be a spate of articles making the rounds right now on the subject of population control aka "depopulation is good for the planet".
So maybe some of those pushing the gender equality thing are doing so in order to 'empower' women so that they stop having children? Nice.
It appears as a general call to reduce the population, but considering where the activism is being most loud are some more targeted than others? Is the next trend to be activated children that are convinced they can contribute to the survival of the planet if they remove their own ability to reproduce? Or worse, that they can save the planet, if they forcefully remove the ability of others?

As a comment to the first post earlier today, at the time, I was wondering if the articles were worth posting or commenting on. Now, considering the discussion and the comments, I wonder if I was almost put to sleep by the relentless stream of propaganda that bit by bit, day by day amounts to an effort to wear down resistance to the installation of self censorship and a way of thinking that conforms to the content and the views that are expected. It is actually scary when one thinks of the consequences.
 

Mike

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Well, it really does seem like we have a ‘climate emergency.” The weather year by year does look to being more and more extreme and some level of ice age coming down the pipe. But as we all know well, the climate changes are not human created, as in what humans are doing materially to influence it but is theorized to be connected and related more to how humanity acts toward spiritual reality and an objective view of reality. There just isn’t anything humanity can do to stop the changes in a physical way. What might ameliorate the worst of the climate and cosmic environment’s impacting the earth and humans, in terms of the spiritual side and viewing and acting on an objective view of reality, is the exact opposite of what is being pushed out and for the most part swallowed by the public. So that points to more and building cosmic and climate chaos ahead as both are fed by the chaos building within humanity at large.

Also, with what the last few posts in this thread point out it looks like dark times are ahead when depopulation is going mainstream and tied into all the other distortions of reality and operations being foisted on humanity.
 

flashgordonv

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This article showcases the retired scientist who has garnered a LOT of followers. His basic message is "it's too late to do anything. Abrupt and catastrophic warming is happening and we are all going to die by 2026. He does write fluently and movingly and that seems to have swayed a lot of people. Problem is for my money he is in danger of founding a suicide cult.
Guy McPherson on Climate Change
 
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