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Plastic Bag Taxes and More Man-Made Climate Change Hoaxes

redpillPosted for redpill Pod Members to comment on, last year4 min read

Always did wonder how exactly taxing 15c for a plastic bag at the grocery store would "save the planet"...

Woke for thee, your money in my pocket for me...

Bill Gates discussing his idea of Death Panels, where money used to keep poor and sick people alive for a few extra months, could be better spent on teachers! Here is unelected Gates at the G20 meeting with world leaders, "discussing" your life and when's best to end it, you know, "for the greater good" of the planet...

Why no BUGZ on ze menu?! 😖

Man-made Climate Change Is a Malicious, Dangerous Myth...


Umm, yeah, "climate change" strikes again... :face_palm:

Three participants suffered heart attacks and 125 others required medical assistance following the Behobia-San Sebastián half-marathon last week. According to America’s Frontline News, 33 runners reportedly required hospitalization.

Many news outlets have blamed the so-called “climate change” for the tragic events that occurred during this year’s marathon. The temperature was 78.8 degrees Fahrenheit during the event.


The Netherlands produces 4 million cows, 13 million pigs, and 104 million chickens annually and is Europe’s biggest meat exporter. The EU is out to upend the economy of the Netherlands all for this fictional Climate Change theory. The Netherlands also provides vegetables to much of Western Europe. They have nearly 24,000 acres — almost twice the size of Manhattan — of crops grown in greenhouses that require less fertilizer and water. Dutch farms use only a half-gallon of water to grow about a pound of tomatoes, while the global average is more than 28 gallons.

What is taking place in the Netherlands is a very dark omen for humanity. The most efficient nation on earth for producing food is to be destroyed all for CO2. These people will not be satisfied until the death rate rises and civil unrest explodes as people turn hungry.

The Dutch plan to halve its nitrogen emissions by 2030 in accordance with European Union conservation rules, looks to be far more drastic. To meet that target, the government estimates that 11,200 farms will have to close, and 17,600 others will have to reduce their livestock numbers significantly.

These Dutch politicians have now said that they plan to allocate some $25 billion to buy out farmers stripping them of their farms and livelihood. They want to now purchase between 2,000 and 3,000 Dutch farms stripping them of their property rights and the very freedom that is the distinction between a free society and an authoritarian dream of relentless and endless power.



Roughly half of all emission created by airplanes are emitted by the richest 1% of the population flying private. The great majority of these, Biden voters and big fans of, you guessed it, the Reverend Pete Buttigieg. This year alone, to pick but one among many examples, Steven Spielberg, who said he's "terrified" of climate change, emitted over 4400 metric tons of carbon from private jets. How much is that? That's 600 times more emissions than the average person emits in a year. Another climate activist, Taylor Swift, nearly doubled Steven Spielberg's total. 8000 metric tons of CO2 in a year, all of them destroying the planet, rising the seas on a fence against Mother Earth. Now, Taylor Swift justified it by saying, "Oh, I loan out jet sometimes. Oh, it's okay." But it's not okay. Not if you claim to believe in climate change.

A 50-minute flight on a private jet can emit as much carbon as the average person's car does over an entire year. 50 minutes. So imagine what a flight from D.C. to L.A.X. does, or more likely from Hamptons to Aspen. And then imagine thousands and thousands, tens of thousands, of these flights, all carrying people who claim they believe that climate change is, quote, "existential." It's not a mistake. It's intentional. It's a statement and it's quite a statement if you think about it.

Is there a single high level climate activist who doesn't fly private? At the recent climate summit, more than 400 attendees flew in privately, not on JetBlue, in their own planes. Jeff Bezos is one of them. He flew in his private jet. So did Boris Johnson. John Kerry was famously busted flying to a climate summit in Iceland on his personal Gulfstream. But don't worry, he had no choice. He's too important. Watch.

JOHN KERRY: It's the only choice for somebody like me, who is traveling the world, to win this battle. I believe the time it takes me to get somewhere -- I can't sail across the ocean, I have to fly -- to meet with people and get things done.


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