Fabricated Realities

Climate science should be less political, while climate policies should be more scientific (1).—World Climate Declaration

Manipulating plebian perceptions is apparent almost daily as words and their meanings are distorted, while data is reinterpreted though whichever lens is most suitable to support the narrative (2), and any discrepancies are simply ignored (3).

Covid provided a perfect cover story for the disastrous state the global economy had fallen into. As popular interest in (or fear of) Covid waned, Russia, due to its military intervention in Ukraine, replaced Covid as the primary scapegoat (4). However, as Putin pointed out in his speech (5), inflation was raging well before February’s events, consumer and energy prices had been wreaking havoc since the latter part of 2021, and markets had already begun to crumble under an economy artificially-sustained since 2008.

When Russia lowered gas flow due to annual maintenance and technical problems, it was described in western media as Russia weaponizing energy resources (6), yet when half of France’s nuclear plants were shut down because of unexpected corrosion and issues caused by lack of maintenance during the Covid lockdowns (7), the incompetence that brought about this issue (not to mention the incredibly inconvenient timing) is brushed aside. Putting aside the fact that France “does not need Russian gas” (8), its somehow still Russia’s fault that French citizens will have to endure a cold winter (9).

It seems it’s easier to lay blame on a perceived enemy rather than acknowledge that Europe’s ongoing demise has been deliberately devised (10).

The current global crisis, and those yet to come, are a result of flawed systems, faulty policies, and market panics coupled with carefully planned strategies to win the geopolitical war between a dying empire and its rising competitors (11).

Further to the point of fabricated realities comes the “carbon-based climate crisis” narrative (12), and the propaganda-fueled (13) and destructive (14) laws that follow. The green movement, and its activism, have left more deterioration than amelioration in their wake (15), becoming little more than an excuse for wealth transfer and increased control (16), as governments continue to embrace and forward policies which will allow greater micromanagement over the minutiae of people’s lives (17).

Resistance to a predetermined future by unelected elites (18) is cropping up in the US as some politicians (19) and states (20) are beginning to buck the tide of politics attempting to pass off as science.

 

References

  1. World Climate Declaration

  2. Peter Schiff: Washington D.C. Goes Full Orwellian

  3. Initial Jobless Claims Resume Uptrend, Massive Divergence From Payrolls

  4. Press conference by the Secretary-General and Rebeca Grynspan, Secretary-General of UNCTAD – on the launch of the third brief by the Global Crisis Response Group - on Energy

  5. President Putin SPIEF 2022 Speech: Russia’s New Business & Investment Policies

  6. Russia cuts gas through Nord Stream 1 to 20% of capacity

  7. Corrosion Problem Shutters Half of France’s Nuclear Reactors

  8. Macron: France Doesn’t Need Russian Gas, We Support Energy Embargo

  9. Macron warns France of 'the end of abundance' and tough times ahead

  10. EU: Controlled Demolition

  11. How “Food Shortages” & Economic Collapse Protects the Status Quo

  12. There Is No Climate Crisis: History Shows Us That The Earth Has Seen Far Worse

  13. What Is ESG? It's A Leveraging Tool For The Woke Communist Takeover

  14. Green Dogma Behind Fall Of Sri Lanka

  15. Across the world, environmentalists leave only misery in their wake

  16. Environmental, Social and Governance Is a Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing

  17. Have You Any Idea How Your Carbon Footprint And Your Carbon Wallet Are Really Going To Work In This Dystopian World The WEF Have Planned ?

  18. The "Great Reset": A Blueprint for Destroying Freedom, Innovation, and Prosperity

  19. DeSantis Eliminates ESG From State Pension Investments

  20. Go Woke, Get The Hell Out: Texas Bans Wall Street Giants Blackrock, Credit Suisse And Others Over Energy Boycott