A "Green Sabbath" & Climate Lockdowns/Gross Green Austerity

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"Climate change lockdowns will work. Why shouldn’t they? COVID lockdowns worked wonderfully. They’ll work even better because they’re not just about saving a few old, sick people but the planet itself. People have been brainwashed into being green eco-warriors for decades. The kids especially treat climate change and Greenism as a new religion and take it much more seriously than what’s left of Christianity. Yahweh is being replaced by Gaia.

People who can’t see that the wars on poverty, drugs, and terror were really just stupid scams are totally on board with new scams, the wars on the virus and climate change. They’re the same people making the same phony do-gooder arguments. The popularity of Greta Thunberg is indicative. She’s become an icon for the people who support this whole syndrome. It’s disturbing because she’s so pathologically angry. People don’t care that she’s mildly psychotic, highly indoctrinated, and irrational. It’s a sign of how degraded society has become that an autistic and deranged teenager can be an international hero.

I think it’s a natural segue to go from COVID lockdowns to climate change lockdowns. Although the eco-warriors will eventually see COVID as a good thing because they actually hate humans and would like to see Gaia cleansed of them.

The Guardian recently ran a piece titled “Why Genghis Khan was Good for the Planet.”


The article states:

“His murderous Mongol armies were responsible for the massacre of as many as 40 million people. Even today, his name remains a byword for brutality and terror. But boy, was Genghis green.”

It seems to imply that population reduction through mass murder was good for the planet. What are your thoughts on this?

Doug Casey: That’s a great quote from the article.

The abhorrent psychology of its writer borders on the criminal. He goes on to say, “It’s an intriguing notion, certainly”— meaning that he actually thinks it might not be a bad idea to wipe out a meaningful percentage of the population.

I hope he sacrifices himself for the climate, although that’s unlikely since he likely considers himself one of the elite who should be preserved because he’s ideologically pure and politically reliable."
 

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The past offers some solutions
  • Penny auction (foreclosure) A penny auction is a collective effort by a farmer’s neighbors to help the farmer keep the farm after it has been foreclosed. It was practiced during the Great Depression in the United States.
 

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On returning home from work the news came on the radio, it was BBC radio 2.

Their opening headline was this....

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This was followed immediately with this....


It's quite plain to see what the media's objective is here. It wants to make people angry. Probably a field test to see how dumbed down the general public are after some time in the petri dish.
 

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On returning home from work the news came on the radio, it was BBC radio 2.

Their opening headline was this....

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Apparently, by next year 99% of people won't have any cash left to even pay off those bills

This was followed immediately with this....


It's quite plain to see what the media's objective is here. It wants to make people angry. Probably a field test to see how dumbed down the general public are after some time in the petri dish.
Same with the food companies
 

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Do you guys think that this is some form of incrementalism, so that when Cyberpolygon goes live, people are already used to living in the dark (so to speak) and it's not such a jolt?

Back to the dark ages? Now millions of Britons could be told to switch off the lights and turn down the thermostat to avoid blackouts this winter under emergency plans
  • The government could introduce the plan if the energy crisis worsens in winter
  • The National Grid might also have to pay big energy users to cut down
  • A document shows contingency plans for avoiding blackouts in the UK this year

Cities in Germany are switching off spotlights on public monuments, turning off fountains, and imposing cold showers on municipal swimming pools and sports halls, as the country races to reduce its energy consumption in the face of a looming Russian gas crisis.

Hanover in north-west Germany on Wednesday became the first large city to announce energy-saving measures, including turning off hot water in the showers and bathrooms of city-run buildings and leisure centres.
 

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Carney draws inspiration from, among others, Marx, Engels and Lenin, but the agenda he promotes differs from Marxism in two key respects. First, the private sector is not to be expropriated but made a “partner” in reshaping the economy and society. Second, it does not make a promise to make the lives of ordinary people better, but worse. Carney’s Brave New World will be one of severely constrained choice, less flying, less meat, more inconvenience and more poverty: “Assets will be stranded, used gasoline powered cars will be unsaleable, inefficient properties will be unrentable,” he promises.
If, as Carney says, gas-powered vehicles will become unsaleable then i found myself wondering about this investment choice of many Turks. I guess TPTB are busy laughing in their smoke-filled shadowy boardrooms.
 

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