Thought for the day

"There is no worse mistake in public leadership than to hold out false hopes soon to be swept away. The British people can face peril or misfortune with fortitude and buoyancy, but they bitterly resent being deceived or finding that those responsible for their affairs are themselves dwelling in a fool's paradise." -- Winston Churchill


Climate Change Activists Harry & Meghan Take Private Jet to Pick Up Anti-Racism Award in New York malterwitty Thu, 12/08/2022 - 16:24

Climate change activists Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arrived in New York on their luxury private jet, the second such trip in a week, to pick up an ‘anti-racism award’, prompting more charges of rampant hypocrisy.

Offshore wind farms have become integral to President Joe Biden’s version of the Green New Deal.

The idea is that arrays of wind turbines would spin in the ocean breeze, creating carbon-free electricity and thus helping to combat climate change.

The Blaze reports that offshore wind farms have an environmental impact that their proponents have yet to anticipate.

Mad For Control: Soros-Linked Group Pushes Biden Admin To COMPLETELY Regulate Our Fuel MikeRivero Thu, 12/08/2022 - 13:00

George Soros, a Hungarian-born billionaire whom some consider a real-life Bond villain, has undoubtedly been creative in making ordinary people’s lives miserable through several front groups.

According to Fox News, one of those front groups is aiming for the local service station and the gasoline most people put in their vehicles.

“Governing for Impact (GFI), a secretive George Soros-funded group that has advised the Biden administration, issued a memo to policymakers on how to curb gasoline usage.

In this essay, I describe the current global conservation movement for climate and biodiversity as fundamentally a means of concentrating more wealth, power, and land ownership through the commodification and privatization of nature.  The Global Public Private Partnership’s “Nature Positive” strategy centrally depends on assigning financial value to healthy, or intact nature as ecosystem services so that it can be regulated and sold through the market mechanisms they are designing through global governance.  I provide detailed examples showing the arbitrary and self-serving nature of pricin

Vanguard will no longer participate in the Net Zero Asset Managers initiative as lawmakers and the broader marketplace scrutinize the company’s support of the environmental, social, and governance movement, also known as ESG.

You know the old saying: when bribery doesn't work...just bribe using more money...

Such is the unfolding case in Vietnam, where G-7 nations have made a $15 billion offer to the country to try and wean it off of its reliance on coal, according to a report by Reuters. The country is among the top 20 coal users in the world and had previously turned down or ignored prior offers, the report notes.

Climate Change Lockdowns? Yup, They Are Actually Going There MikeRivero Thu, 12/08/2022 - 09:58

I suppose that we should have known that this was inevitable.  After establishing a precedent during the pandemic, now the elite apparently intend to impose lockdowns for other reasons as well.

Most people are bewildered by what is a global energy crisis, with prices for oil, gas and coal simultaneously soaring and even forcing closure of major industrial plants such as chemicals or aluminum or steel. The Biden Administration and EU have insisted that all is because of Putin and Russia’s military actions in Ukraine. This is not the case. The energy crisis is a long-planned strategy of western corporate and political circles to dismantle industrial economies in the name of a dystopian Green Agenda.

House Republicans launched an investigation Tuesday probing whether major climate groups that spearhead the “environmental, social, and governance” (ESG) movement are violating antitrust laws.

In a letter sent to executives of the Steering Committee for Climate Action 100+, Republicans led by Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan are demanding a treasure trove of documents that illustrate the coalition’s network of influence. Climate Action 100+, they wrote, “seems to work like a cartel to ‘ensure the world’s largest corporate greenhouse gas emitters take necessary action on climate change.'”

The sinister truth about bird-killing wind farms malterwitty Wed, 12/07/2022 - 11:04

The BBC, in one of its poorly named “comedy” slots, last week mocked people who complain that wind factories kill birds. Cats kill more birds than wind turbines, the programme said. Er, when was the last time your cat came home with a golden eagle, a bearded vulture or a red throated diver? Wind turbines, unlike cats, single out large, soaring, rare birds.