Activism and the environment

Since writing my page My Life’s Journey and the Collective there have been many articles, videos and tweets about climate change and Extinction Rebellion in my sphere of social media. It is obvious that you either believe that the earth is going to overheat as in the mainstream version or you have an opposing view of the future, or maybe none at all. It all depends on what you tune into for your information. It is also obvious that there are extreme weather events around the planet as is to be expected for various reasons. The MSM have done a good job for the global elite’s plans for future global control in that anything anyone says that is not the controlled narrative is a conspiracy theory which is the label for disbelief.

Here is a recent article https://electroverse.net/cold-outbreaks-not-caused-by-global-warming-by-dr-jay-lehr-and-tom-harris/  The consensus must be challenged.

I do not consent to the plans of Agenda 2030 and I don’t see any point to voting anymore in this deceptive system. This is a battle for our minds and spirit. Everyone must choose what is important to them. Enjoy!

Climate change: Global impacts ‘accelerating’ – WMO

NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT

By Paul Homewood

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The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) says that the physical and financial impacts of global warming are accelerating.

Record greenhouse gas levels are driving temperatures to “increasingly dangerous levels”, it says.

Their report comes in the same week as the International Energy Agency (IEA) reported a surge in CO2 in 2018.

However, new data from the UK suggests Britain is bucking the trend with emissions down by 3%.

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Trees don’t grow on money – or why you don’t get to rebel against extinction

Tim Hayward

Money doesn’t grow on trees, and although people can make money out of trees, they cannot make trees out of money. This much may seem platitudinous, but it is worth keeping in mind.

What is true of trees is true of the natural world as a whole, including the human beings that are part of it. Nature is real; money is an abstraction. If money seems real that is because our institutions and practices are so deeply premised on beliefs in it. There is an important sense in which those institutionalized beliefs – in crediting it with a certain value – make money real; but it is not real in the way the natural world is real. If a bank goes bust, if a whole economy crashes, the social upheaval that follows may be immense, but life goes on – people will pick themselves up and start again (and some…

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