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What's next for US climate policies (Paul Driessen, CFACT) USofA South Africa
16.Nov.2018
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Paul Driessen, senior policy analyst for the Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow: On the global stage, despite Herculean efforts by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and activist groups to redefine ‘climate change’ and conjure up scary hobgoblins, the obsession over global warming, ‘green’ energy and the Paris climate treaty has hit the rocky shoals of reality. Despite well over $150 million spent by billionaires Tom Steyer, Michael Bloomberg, George Soros and multiple environmentalist groups, hard-green voter propositions were resoundingly defeated in the 2018 US elections.

Vehicles are covered with ice in Switzerland in a world that is supposedly overheating from use of fossil fuels. Extreme greens are using every trick imaginable to keep fossil fuels in the ground and write laws to prohibit their use. All of the wars in history have never deprived so many people of so much energy, if the extreme greens prevail. By ordering the world to go without fossil fuels, more people may die than in any war or all wars together. This will be genocide. What to do with their leaders? Vehicles are covered with ice in Switzerland in a world that is supposedly overheating from use of fossil fuels. Extreme greens are using every trick imaginable to keep fossil fuels in the ground and write laws to prohibit their use. All of the wars in history have never deprived so many people of so much energy, if the extreme greens prevail. By ordering the world to go without fossil fuels, more people may die than in any war or all wars together. This will be genocide. What to do with their leaders?
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