If you thought the cabal pushing
catastrophic man-caused climate change couldn’t get any more
hysterical or manipulative… well, you’d be wrong. A new report from
the United Nations Human Rights Council has just linked climate
change to the racism of apartheid. Apartheid? Really? You mean, terms like
“climate crisis,” and “climate emergency” are no longer enough to scare people?
Look… everyone knows the U.N. is pushing for a one-world government
that IT controls, but do they really have to stoop to this level, pitting
one group of people against another? Whatever happened to the goal of
uniting people? In this new report the lead propagandist says that poorer
countries have contributed the least to greenhouse gas emissions and yet
these nations will suffer the most. And since these poorer nations are
mostly nonwhite, that’s where the racism comes in. The U.N. claims
the predicted catastrophe is more likely to happen if we only rely
on the private sector to deal with the effects of climate change. The
effort must be mobilized by governments that are united in the
crusade. Well, isn’t that convenient for the U.N. and the socialist countries
that control it. What’s particularly disgusting about this so-called report
is that news organizations, including FOX news, just report what the U.N.
says without doing an interview with one of the dozens of climatologists
who disagree with the catastrophic assertions of climate alarmists.
Here’s an idea. Instead of trying to fan the flames of class warfare,
maybe the U.N. should instead work on real solutions, such as helping
people in developing nations get affordable, reliable, energy. That
would help poor countries right away and if the climate does present
more problems for manmade or natural reasons, these nations will be
wealthier and better able to deal with it. But that kind of thinking
doesn’t make sense when the U.N.’s true goal is to use climate change
as a pretext to achieve its obvious agenda of global socialism. Shame
on the U.N. for being so calculating, cynical,
and divisive. For the Clear Energy Alliance,
I’m Mark Mathis. Power On.