CNN Explains the Racism Behind Climate Change

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
April 1, 2019

We’re reaching the point where everything undesired that the climate does is blamed on white people. When these Climate Apocalypse enthusiasts say “Climate Change” they mean “something white people do.”

CNN published a piece saying that climate change is already hurting the world’s poorest, and pointing out at “inequities” and “inequalities” on the consequences of climate change.

Keep in mind that no one has any evidence to support the idea that the natural disasters they mention were directly caused by man. The best they have is “but this change in the climate could have been caused by climate change tho” and “but climate change likely increased climate change tho.”

The insanity of this is amusing. Enjoy it.


“Upside down” are the only words Manush Albert Alben has to describe life after the powerful Cyclone Idai.

Nearly two weeks since the powerful cyclone destroyed most of the city of Beira, Mozambique, it is a long way from normal. “There’s no money, no groceries,” Alben, a fisherman, said while sitting in his wooden pirogue on a local beach. “We are suffering but trying to hold on.”

Known for its busy port and views of the Indian Ocean, the 19th-century city used to be the fourth largest in the country. Now Beira will go down in history as being “90% wiped out” by global warming, said Graça Machel, a former Mozambican freedom fighter, politician and deputy chair of The Elders, who spoke to CNN on the phone after visiting the city.

This is one of the poorest places in the world, which is paying the price of climate change provoked mostly, not only but mostly, by the developed world,” the 73-year-old added.

Cyclone Idai is only the latest extreme weather event to blight the region, affecting more than half a million people and filling humanitarian camps with tens of thousands.

The 2015-16 El Niño weather cycle, believed to be the strongest in 50 years, severely affected Southern Africa’s food security, according to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). Dry weather conditions in large swathes of Zimbabwe, Malawi, Zambia, South Africa, Mozambique, Botswana, Lesotho, Swaziland, and Madagascar led to about 32 million people being unable to afford or resources to acquire food in 2016.

By 2018, drought, population growth and climate change nearly made Cape Town the first city in the world to run out of water.

Climate change is often described as a problem that will affect future generations. But the world’s most vulnerable are already facing its devastating effects.

The United Nations estimates that 4.2 billion people have been hit by weather-related disasters in the last two decades, with low-income countries suffering the biggest losses.

Many of the world’s poorest live in equatorial regions, which already have high average temperatures. This means a tiny rise can be sharply felt and lead to harsher impacts, according to a 2018 study in Geophysical Research Letter.

Meanwhile, most of the world’s richest nations are the largest emission producers — by burning fossil fuels and modern farming practices that produce climate change causing emissions.

Using climate model projections, the paper found that if global average surface temperatures reached the 1.5 or 2 degree Celsius (3.6 degree Fahrenheit) limit — set by the Paris Agreement — countries like Indonesia or the Democratic Republic of the Congo would feel the changes brought on by global warming more keenly than higher latitude countries like the United Kingdom.

The ones pushing the climate change narrative tell poor diverse-skinned people that every nature-related event that harms them is caused by the white man getting rich somewhere else in the world, and then they want to import all of those dark skin creatures into white countries.

Their narrative allows everything “bad” that the climate does to be blamed on climate change, and they blame climate change on white people even though white people are the ones doing the least damage to the climate.

The results are a stark example of the inequalities that come with global warming,” wrote the study’s lead author Andrew King, a climate researcher at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes and the University of Melbourne, Australia.

That is not to say that developed countries are immune to its effects.

Hurricane Harvey, a storm whose intensity was linked to climate change, caused biblical flooding in the summer of 2017 around Houston and surrounding counties. More than 120,000 people had to be evacuated or rescued, and about 80 people died.

And preliminary analysis by researchers at the Environmental Change Institute (ECI) at the School of Geography and Environment in Oxford University, found that Europe’s uncharacteristically hot and dry summer of 2018 was likely linked to climate change.

Even the language they use is ridiculous.

They’re literally saying “preliminary analysis found that this instance of Europe’s climate changing was likely caused by the climate changing.”

Indeed. The climate changes. It’s always been changing.

It is quite clear that rising sea levels and warming seas contributes to the intensification of these weather events,” McClean told CNN.

Bangladesh, which saw at least 1,200 die and more than 41 million people affected by monsoon rains and flooding in 2017, is girding for a battle against climate change, Ricardo Safra de Campos, a Research Fellow at the College of Life and Environmental Sciences at the University of Exeter, told CNN.

Yeah and the rising sea levels are obviously caused by the evil white patriarchy.


Even if we’re literally to blame for these cyclones and some flooding in some shithole and whatnot, killing our economies and turning our countries into giant Amish sanctuaries won’t stop anything, because everyone else in the world would just go ahead and continue doing their massively industrial stuff.

Thinking “okay but seriously tho we have enough wealth now let’s just go Amish” is a ridiculously privileged thinking. India and China and every other country with strong industries and those that are going to develop their industries won’t think that way. They won’t sacrifice themselves for some alleged chance at stopping brown tropic people from dying. They’ll just look for a way to deal with the effects of “climate change” while they continue to strengthen themselves, and if we go full Amish, they’ll likely invade us too and Earth would be out of people interested in saving her.

They are going to keep blaming everything the climate does on climate change, which is the same as blaming it directly on our people because they’re constantly saying that climate change is mostly caused by “rich countries.”

Literally an anti-white canard.

Our people should be asking more questions.

How could we enforce these planet-saving policies worldwide if we became Amish?

“Dude just trust me” is not a good enough answer.

How can we be sure that becoming Amish will stop the Climate Apocalypse?

Their models are not good enough. They originally called this “global warming” and now they’re calling it “climate change.” They’re constantly failing to predict anything.

Shouldn’t we be preparing to survive the Climate Apocalypse?

This doesn’t even imply that we shouldn’t try to stop it from happening if it’s possible to do it, it just means that it would be absolutely retarded not to plan for survival in case the climate couldn’t be stopped from changing.

Proposing Green New Deal type of plans isn’t even the problem. The problem is that no one is talking about dealing with what’s most likely to happen.

We have to start talking about surviving the Climate Apocalypse.

Maybe there’s no way around it, you know?

Some things you just gotta push through.