Showing the Climate Change Cards; The End of Consuming Anything By James Reed

     It is not often that we see an article where the climate experts let all of the cats out of the bag about their agenda of eliminating consumption, but here it is, I found it:
  https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-49499521

“People must use less transport, eat less red meat and buy fewer clothes if the UK is to virtually halt greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, the government's chief environment scientist has warned. Prof Sir Ian Boyd said the public had little idea of the scale of the challenge from the so-called Net Zero emissions target. However, he said technology would help. The conundrum facing the UK - and elsewhere - was how we shift ourselves away from consuming, he added. In an interview with BBC News, Sir Ian warned that persuasive political leadership was needed to carry the public through the challenge. Asked whether Boris Johnson would deliver that leadership, he declined to comment. Mr Johnson has already been accused by environmentalists of talking up electric cars whilst reputedly planning a cut in driving taxes that would increase emissions and undermine the electric car market.”

     Here we see that to achieve the zero emissions target that the elites have gone for eliminating virtually all of the consumer society that we know and love, our womb of existence. If a person cannot even have a steak sandwich, with numerous eggs from hens kept in small coops, while driving a V8 SUV, what point is there in even breathing, which also produces carbon dioxide?

     No! This climate change nonsense has gone on long enough. It is time for the deplorables to stop listening to the mainstream scientists. After all, if they can change their minds on many aspects of nutrition every so often, why trust them on any of the big questions? It is far better to decide things democratically than by science, which inevitably leads to technocracy and the rule of the elites, as the philosopher Paul Feyerabend once argued:
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Against_Method
  https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/feyerabend/

     I haven’t read Feyerabend but Brian has, so thanks for the reference.

 

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