Weather Hoax Industrial Complex: The World is “Literally on Fire”

The whole world’s coming to an end, Mal.


Warning that the world is in “great peril,” the head of the United Nations says leaders meeting in person for the first time in three years must tackle conflicts and climate catastrophes, increasing poverty and inequality — and address divisions among major powers that have gotten worse since Russia invaded Ukraine.

In speeches and remarks leading up to the start of the leaders’ meeting Tuesday, Secretary-General Antonio Guterres cited the “immense” task not only of saving the planet, “which is literally on fire,” but of dealing with the persisting COVID-19 pandemic. He also pointed to “a lack of access to finance for developing countries to recover — a crisis not seen in a generation” that has seen ground lost for education, health and women’s rights.

Guterres will deliver his “state of the world” speech at Tuesday’s opening of the annual high-level global gathering. U.N. spokesman Stephane Dujarric said it would be “a sober, substantive and solutions-focused report card” for a world “where geopolitical divides are putting all of us at risk.”

The 77th General Assembly meeting of world leaders convenes under the shadow of Europe’s first major war since World War II — the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, which has unleashed a global food crisis and opened fissures among major powers in a way not seen since the Cold War.

Yet nearly 150 heads of state and government are on the latest speakers’ list. That’s a sign that despite the fragmented state of the planet, the United Nations remains the key gathering place for presidents, prime ministers, monarchs and ministers to not only deliver their views but to meet privately to discuss the challenges on the global agenda — and hopefully make some progress.

At the top of that agenda for many: Russia’s Feb. 24 invasion of Ukraine, which not only threatens the sovereignty of its smaller neighbor but has raised fears of a nuclear catastrophe at Europe’s largest nuclear plant in the country’s now Russia-occupied southeast.

Leaders in many countries are trying to prevent a wider war and restore peace in Europe. Diplomats, though, aren’t expecting any breakthroughs this week.

The loss of important grain and fertilizer exports from Ukraine and Russia has triggered a food crisis, especially in developing countries, and inflation and a rising cost of living in many others. Those issues are high on the agenda.

At a meeting Monday to promote U.N. goals for 2030 — including ending extreme poverty, ensuring quality education for all children and achieving gender equality — Guterres said the world’s many pressing perils make it “tempting to put our long-term development priorities to one side.”

But the U.N. chief said some things can’t wait — among them education, dignified jobs, full equality for women and girls, comprehensive health care and action to tackle the climate crisis. He called for public and private finance and investment, and above all for peace.

But seriously – where do these people get the nerve to claim the world is ending?

Global warming is literally a hoax. They don’t have any evidence of any of this stuff.

The greenhouse effect is a fraction of what determines temperature, carbon dioxide is a fraction of greenhouse gasses, and “manmade” carbon is a fraction of atmospheric carbon.

It’s just basic math that there are so many factors involved, that you could never figure out the statistical significance of manmade carbon – it’s such a fraction of a fraction of a fraction. Maybe it would change the temperature 0.001 degrees in 100 years or something – but maybe not.

Any change it caused would make zero difference in the scheme of things. If anything, raising the temperature a few degrees would be really good for humans, as it would expand grow zones and lengthen grow seasons. That’s just very obvious.

It’s a gigantic hoax.

When it was a small part of the narrative, it was like “okay, well, okay.” But now this is the center of the entire universe of the narrative, and they are saying “the world is on fire”?

It’s an outrage that they expect us to believe something so stupid.

Seriously – I explained the whole thing to you above. You can look this up, you can go argue with “the scientists.” They will not be able to explain anything to you. They will just sputter and call you a denier.