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March 3, 2021

After being hit with a furious backlash, the World Economic Forum quietly took down its Twitter posts claiming that the coronavirus lockdowns were “quietly improving” cities. Why, that delightful lack of freedom, business and human activity in general was reducing air pollution and carbon levels, and that’s what really counts, not all the human misery and ruined and lost lives. They forgot to mention all the CO2 that didn’t get exhaled into the atmosphere after the victims of the disease stopped breathing permanently, but I think we can assume that they were thinking about it.

Climate zealots have long seen human beings as parasites that need to be culled (my response: “You first.”) But there’s another important point aside from how this reveals their lack of compassion, and that’s how the lockdowns were used as a trial run for massive government control, as pointed out by British attorney Francis Hoar:

“Isn’t it lovely to see all these quiet, dead cities, closed factories and grounded aircraft? Take this as a warning that if lockdowns are accepted in any circumstance, they will be imposed for climate reasons before long.”

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  • D Gail Crawford

    03/03/2021 11:23 AM

    Regarding climate change - no one ever brings up Amazon and all the traveling in big trucks to deliver all that we order. Wonder why?

    And I’ve often wondered if some of the change in climate is not unavoidable because of the size of the earth. Archeologists always have to dig down to find our previous history - how many plants , animals and people have added to the size of the earth?

    I think the only thing people are responsible for is air quality.

    Just my thoughts.