In an extraordinary sting operation earlier this month, Project Veritas obtained a clandestine recording of the CNN Technical Director admitting that, due to Covid fatigue, “our next thing is going to be climate change awareness“.
There’s a definitive ending to the pandemic. It’ll taper off to a point that it’s not a problem anymore….
I think there’s a COVID fatigue. So, like whenever a new story comes up, they’re [CNN’s] going to latch onto it. They’ve already announced in our office that once the public is — will be open to it — we’re going to start focusing mainly on climate.
It’s going to be our [CNN’s] focus. Like our focus was to get Trump out of office, right? Without saying it, that’s what it was, right? So, our next thing is going to be climate change awareness.
When asked what that would look like, he replied
I don’t know. I’m not sure. I have a feeling that it’s going to be like, constantly showing videos of decline in ice, and weather warming up, and like the effects it’s having on the economy–…
[so that’s like the next] Pandemic-like story that we’ll beat to death, but that one’s got longevity. You know what I mean? Like there’s a definitive ending to the pandemic. It’ll taper off to a point that it’s not a problem anymore. Climate change can take years, so they’ll [CNN will] probably be able to milk that quite a bitCharlie Chester, CNN technical Director
This blatant admission that the media can and does whip up panics and scares at will should come as no surprise to anyone who has been paying attention to both climate and Covid scams, but is still remarkable to hear it from the horse’s mouth. Before Covid of course, the media’s principle obsession was Greta “How Dare You!” Thunberg and the promotion of eco-guilt.
Patrick Wood, who has written about the rise of technocracy and the long-standing goals of global elites to move to a one world government, has argued however that climate change on its own was not enough to push through their agenda. It was too abstract for more people, to far removed from daily concerns of making ends meet, and most of all, there were no dead bodies to point to. Covid-19 however was able to supply said dead bodies- in so far, that is, they died within 28 days of a positive PCR test.
A few fake Chinese videos of people collapsing in the streets, a redefinition of “pandemic” by the WHO to mean any widespread disease even with very low mortality, tight control of the media narrative to spread fear into the population, and a relatively mild respiratory virus was able to achieve overnight what had remained out of reach to climate change activists for decades.
Covid shares both the goals and much of the rhetoric of climate change: both are social engineering projects on a grand scale, intended to replace free market economies with centrally planned and controlled totalitarian states in which all individual rights and aspirations are subsumed to “the science”. Democracy is barely an afterthought and will have no place in such schemes. The public is to be frightened through the use of endless propaganda and government decrees into abandoning their sovereignty entirely in the service of Saving the Planet. No alternative can be broached, anyone who disagrees is a “denier”, and the ultimate goal is “zero Covid” / “zero carbon emissions.”
Despite countless billions already being spent on green follies like windfarms and endless rounds of treaties being formed at the highest international levels, the ultimate demands of the greens have always seemed insanely unrealistic if you actually bother to do the maths. There was a limit to how far societies would go to meeting carbon targets because soon they would run up against reality: the proposed “solutions” were not just far too costly but would actually mean the end of modern industrialised life and economies as we know it. Modern industry could never be powered by intermittent and diffuse wind- or solar-energy, and proposals to phase out fossil fuels- particularly since nuclear was generally also off the table- could only mean the end of economic growth and a drastic reduction of living standards, something which presumably the public would finally reject.
But Covid lockdowns changed all that and made the impossible possible. Suddenly, the planes stopped flying and the roads were empty. The WEF, in a tweet they later deleted, lauded lockdowns as “quietly improving cities around the world”. Far from being the catastrophic public health policy they clearly have been, lockdowns were seen as something to be welcomed, or at least to try to see the bright side of, as the environment at least might be a winner. “Climate change lockdowns” are being seriously proposed as being necessary every two years to cut carbon emissions. In unison, governments around the world urged this as an opportunity to “Build back Better”- revealing their true agenda of radical social transformation under the guise of public health and environmental policy.
If the links between climate and Covid were not so apparent, Boris Johnson’s address last November hailing the UK’s green New Deal would have come across as one of the most incongruous events of the past year, as well as being badly out of touch and insensitive to a nation under huge stress from the lockdowns. But seen in the broader agenda of the Great Reset- the latest phase of Agenda 21 which has been being implemented incrementally for years- it makes perfect sense.
The UK’s economy had been wrecked by months of business closures and furlough, but rather than some good news, or at least some indication of a constructive plan, the UK Prime Minister chose instead to wax lyrical about Britain’s Great Green Future with an ambitious 10-point plan for a “Green Industrial Revolution”.
Rather than providing some succour to the countless businesses destroyed and jobs lost from lockdowns, we were informed that vast resources would be ploughed into policies to address climate change, including the banning of all new diesel and petrol cars by 2030, a big push to switch to so-called “green energy” ie wind, a phasing our of gas-fired home heating, and an increase in cycle lanes.
Covid has thus facilitated a rapid ramping-up of green policies which have been becoming more prominent over the past 30 years. A report from Cambridge University in 2019, Absolute Zero, argues that all airports will have to close by 2050. In line with this, France has recently moved to ban all short-haul domestic flights to cut carbon emissions. How convenient then that in the name of Covid, the past year has seen a reversal of open borders in Europe and previously inconceivable restrictions on travel. There is zero likelihood of things ever returning to the way they were pre-March 2020 under these schemes. The next generation will not be waved off with their backpacks on a world trip with the blessing “The World is your oyster!”- it is more likely to be their prison if the globalists get their way.
The prevailing culture of Malthussianism
I used to be a Dark Green environmentalist, gloomily predicting eco-doom from over-population, resource depletion and climate apocalypse. Collapse seemed imminent and for a while I had a minor side-gig giving talks advising people to prepare for collapse by growing their own vegetables and organising local trading schemes.
Over time the irrationality and religious fanaticism of the green movement became impossible to ignore and I became increasingly at odds with the millenarian cultish aspects. Scratch beneath the surface and it becomes clear that far from being a touchy-feeling caring and progressive force focussed on living in harmony with nature, political environmentalism is a fully-fledged anti-human Malthusian cult, and by elevating the environment to the level of a god (or goddess) it necessarily denigrates humanity.
Moreover, environmentalism has its roots in the eugenics movement, and it is this that disturbingly segues into the cult of Covid-1984. The Great and the Good from David Attenborough to Prince Charles and Prince Philip have enthusiastically assumed roles as figureheads for this movement, scaring the world with omens of “10 years to save the planet” and referring to humans as being a cancer on the the face of the earth. “The real enemy is us”.
Both British PM Boris Johnson and his father Stanley Johnson– who wrote a number of books on the subject – were concerned about overpopulation, seeing it as an increasingly pressing issue. Both seem to see the solution as being in government programs rather than allowing the demographic transition to take its course. In contrast, most demographers accept that population is self-regulating over a couple of generations, as economic growth gives more freedom to women and large families tend to disappear with a move away from subsistence farming.
But mere population reduction falls short of the globalists’ agenda. Green Marxist policies will inexorably lead to general impoverishment and deprivation the current generations, still expecting progress and affluence, have no inkling of. Electric cars will be unaffordable but for the wealthy and their range and “smartness”- ie surveillance technology- will seriously limit how far they can take you. Energy of all kinds will be vastly more expensive and ultimately turned off altogether, all in the name of limiting carbon. As Dave Cullen suggests in this video covering many of the same points discussed here, Covid facemasks may in fact be really designed as a symbolic if not actual restriction on exhaling CO2. Thus humans are reduced to nothing more than bags of viral infection and sources of pollution.
Apart from the 0.01% global elite who will be free to fly around the globe on private jets wherever they wish, the future planned for those remaining after what I will euphemistically call population reduction – but which might be more accurately thought of as a cull or genocide- will be truly dystopian. Herded into crowded cities, fed with mealworms and “paid” only with a limited allowance of digital bytes, the rest of Nature will be able to gradually rewild as the Utopian Green Dream is realised and the world is finally purged of the cancer that is Humanity.
The scary part is that green brainwashing has gone so deep that these ideas are surprisingly popular even within much of the general population, which perhaps explains partly why lockdowns have met with such little resistance. Such is the decline of the west that people have come to hate themselves and each other and feel they deserve no better.