This is the deal: now that they’ve completely restructured your entire existence and understanding of your role in the universe, and your relationship to the state, they are spinning the entire coronavirus hoax into a reality-defining global warming hoax.
A failure by world leaders to commit to tackling the climate emergency at the Cop26 summit in Glasgow could prompt “very difficult geopolitical events” including mass migration and global competition for food and water, Boris Johnson has said.
Speaking before the start of a gathering of leaders from the G20 industrialised nations in Rome, where he will push for countries to arrive in Glasgow with fixed plans to cut emissions, Johnson said the chances of success hung in the balance.
In a round of broadcast interviews in Rome, he was reminded that he had said in September that there was a six out of 10 probability of the Cop summit producing the necessary action, and asked what he now thought.
Signing the Paris Agreement to fight climate change was one of my proudest moments in office. But it was always a foundation to build on. As world leaders gather for COP26, I shared some reflections on the road to Paris and the young activists who are pushing us further. pic.twitter.com/EebSdTQ6QS
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) October 29, 2021
“I’d say they’re about the same,” he told the BBC. “I think that everybody needs to focus. What the UK has been trying to do is take the abstract concepts of net zero that we talked about in Paris six years ago, and to turn them into hard, sharp deliverables in terms of reducing coal use, reducing the use of internal combustion engines, planting millions of trees and getting the cash that the world needs to finance green technology.’’
Speaking to reporters on the way to Rome on Friday, Johnson used the example of the collapse of the Roman empire to highlight what he said was the possibility of runaway climate change bringing a decline in civilisation.
Questioned about the stakes for Cop26 in Rome, where he was interviewed next to the Coliseum, Johnson reiterated his warnings about the consequences for the globe.
“If you increase the temperatures of the planet by four degrees or more, as they are predicted to do remorselessly, you’ll have seen the graphs, then you produce these really very difficult geopolitical events,” he told Channel 4 News.
“You produce shortages, you produce desertification, habitat loss, movements, contests for water, for food, huge movements of peoples. Those are things that are going to be politically very, very difficult to control.
“When the Roman empire fell, it was largely as a result of uncontrolled immigration. The empire could no longer control its borders, people came in from the east, all over the place, and we went into a dark ages, Europe went into a dark ages that lasted a very long time. The point of that is to say it can happen again. People should not be so conceited as to imagine that history is a one-way ratchet.
“Unless you can make sure next week at Cop in Glasgow that we keep alive this prospect of restricting the growth in the temperature of the planet then we really face a real problem for humanity.”
Is he allowed to say that about immigration? Okay.
Getting the right-wingers on board with using taxation to turn the globe into a solid sheet of ice to prevent tornados and earthquakes.
Let’s see what an actual authority on the subject has to say about this.
What’s he scared of?
— Steve Lawrence (@SteveLawrence_) October 29, 2021
— Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) October 30, 2021
“History will judge you.”
— Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) October 30, 2021
The Climate Commander keeps getting published everywhere, because clearly, she’s in communion with The Science.
She just published an “open letter” with that black bitch AKA “Dark Mode Greta” in Time:
Dear media editors around the world,
Melting glaciers, wildfires, droughts, deadly heatwaves, floods, hurricanes, loss of biodiversity. These are all symptoms of a destabilizing planet, which are happening around us all the time.
Those are the kind of things you report about. Sometimes. The climate crisis, however, is much more than just this. If you want to truly cover the climate crisis, you must also report on the fundamental issues of time, holistic thinking and justice.
So what does that mean? Let’s look at these issues one by one.
First, the notion of time. If your stories do not include the notion of a ticking clock, then the climate crisis is just a political topic among other topics, something we can just buy, build or invest our way out of. Leave out the aspect of time and we can continue pretty much like today and ”solve the problems” later on. 2030, 2050 or 2060. The best available science shows that with our current rate of emissions, our remaining carbon budget for staying below 1.5°C will run out before the end of this decade.
Second, holistic thinking. When considering our remaining carbon budget we need to count all the numbers and include all of our emissions. Currently, you are letting high income nations and big polluters off the hook, allowing them to hide behind the incomplete statistics, loopholes and rhetoric they have fought so hard to create during the last 30 years.
All of our emissions. Cow farts, human farts. Got it.
The real news may be that from her recent pictures, it seems that she’s on the pill now.
It is absolutely bizarre that this mentally handicapped, malformed girl is getting paraded all over the media to lecture actual people about her Pachamama rain dance beliefs.
'Until further notice, and until persuaded otherwise, I shall continue to believe it’s not about what they say it’s about, and never has been.'
Neil Oliver calls the world leaders at COP26 'hypocrites'. pic.twitter.com/iTiFLoEL81
— GB News (@GBNEWS) October 30, 2021