Green New Deal Dystopia
By Kurt Nimmo
It’s entirely possible the Green New Deal socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez doesn’t have a clue and she is a useful idiot. She may in fact believe the Green New Deal is a panacea for global warming.
Patrick Moore, the founder of Greenpeace who left that organization in disgust, tweeted AOC and put the Green New Deal into perspective:
Pompous little twit. You don’t have a plan to grow food for 8 billion people without fossil fuels, or get food into the cities. Horses? If fossil fuels were banned every tree in the world would be cut down for fuel for cooking and heating. You would bring about mass death.
— Patrick Moore (@EcoSenseNow) March 3, 2019
As Moore points out, if implemented the Green New Deal will result in serious depopulation.
More than a decade ago, I wrote:
Is it possible supposedly man-made “climate change” and the “food crisis” are components of a sinister depopulation agenda designed to cull the herd down to a manageable level, as proclaimed on the mysterious Georgia Guidestones? (“Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.”)
In February I produced a video on this subject:
This isn’t a conspiracy theory. Hundreds of academicians, the political class, and no shortage of mega-wealthy people like Ted Turner and the royal Prince Phillip want to cull the herd.
In 1968 the Club of Rome published The Limits to Growth, a manifesto based on computer models predicting the end of civilization by 2020, primarily due to resource depletion, global climate change, environmental degradation, and serious food shortages. For the Club of Rome, you are the problem.
The First Global Revolution was published in 1991. In this book the elite declare they’re united in a long-term effort to reverse the growth of humanity and its use and admittedly often misuse of the environment. According to the book, current crises are the result of human cultivation and exploitation of the environment. Left unmentioned of course is the fact human evolution and eventually civilization itself wouldn’t have occurred if early humans hadn’t exploited nature.
The book also serves as a broadside against laissez-faire capitalism, the engine that brought prosperity and a better standard of living to a large percentage of humanity following the Industrial Revolution.
In addition, we are told humanity needs a universal moral code. This will be designed and manufactured by the corporate-banker elite to replace world religions. Other topics are touched on in this book, including disarmament and the surrender of firearms.
In the above video—the full version is available for Newsbud subscribers—I talk about the Malthusian Prerogative. This is based on Thomas Robert Malthus and his argument human population is determined largely by resource limits. He said there are positive and preventive measures to reduce population. The positive is realized through famine, disease, and war, while the preventative works as a population reducer through birth control, abortion, homosexuality, and postponement or rejection of having children.
For the last few decades the media and educational institutions have drummed into generations of consumers and students ideas put forth by the Club of Rome and other globalist operations, most notably the United Nations with its Agenda 21 sustainability programs.
Media hype spreads the false notion that hurricanes, tornadoes, drought, and floods are the result of man-made climate change. Recent weather behavior—record low temperatures—has dealt a serious blow to the global warming myth.
Back in 2009, participants of the warmist clique in Doha warned the polar ice caps are melting and rising sea levels will wipe out coastal cities. Former Vice President and top climate alarmist Al Gore cited Dr. Wieslav Maslowski of the US Naval Post-Graduate School. He said the polar ice caps would disappear completely within five to seven years. This prediction was made almost a decade ago. In 2007, the High Court in London pointed out nine errors in Gore’s global warming film, An Inconvenient Truth, which was used in British schools to indoctrinate children.
If you follow the corporate media, you might believe there is a consensus among climatologists and scientists that manmade global warming poses a dire threat to the planet. This is far from the case.
In 2009, 141 scientists sent an open letter to UN Secretary-General H.E. Ban Ki-moon, rebuking the UN for its claims that mankind is responsible for suffering caused by extreme weather events. The scientists said there is no evidence C02 emissions are responsible for climate change and criticized the UN for exploiting the victims of tropical storms and hurricanes to make a discredited argument.
A growing rejection of the global warming thesis—and the Club of Rome’s main talking point on why humans need to accept carbon taxes, depopulation, and scarcity—is now considered a crime punishable by fines and imprisonment. Believers say climate denial is no different than being an accessory to murder and should be punished as such.
The global warming orthodoxy is a key component of the Club of Rome depopulation plan sketched out back in the early 1970s. The clearly totalitarian response by defenders of the human-caused warming thesis emphasize the violent character of many on the left, in particular the cultural Marxist element indoctrinating generations of students at public universities.
I don’t know if AOC realizes the warmist movement and also the social justice movement are tools to bring about a one-world government, a serious reduction in human population, and a dystopia where a fascist worldwide state controls every aspect of life.
For now, the American people on whole reject AOC’s (and her controllers) Green New Deal. However, if this lunatic plan is forced on the American people, one hopes there will be an American version of France’s yellow vests.