…Madness Radiates from Europe…
The Madness of Crowds was on full display when the UNFCCC’s COP 25 ended in Madrid.
The Madness of Crowds, by Mackay, describes previous events in history where crowds seemed to gravitate to some unlikely and typically insane idea, such as in the Tulip Mania, the South Sea Bubble, and Witch Trials.
Nearly 200 countries met at COP 25, to pursue an agenda that can harm people around the world, in the belief that CO2 is the cause of catastrophic climate change.
Europe seems to be at the center of the current madness with the EU parliament issuing directives that all countries in Europe are to cut CO2 emissions 80% by 2050. Germany has embraced the madness and is in the process of transforming its entire economy.
Organizations based in Europe are issuing warnings to other countries to cut CO2 emissions.
For example, DNV GL – Oil & Gas, (Det Norske Veritas group), an international registrar and classification society based in Oslo, Norway, said, “We expect global oil demand to peak in 2023.” That’s three years from now.
Many oil companies, such as BP, Shell and Total, are based in Europe, and are embracing programs to cut CO2 emissions to the detriment of their core business and shareholders. They are advertising on American TV in an effort to influence Americans.
Recently, Follow-This, an organization located in The Netherlands, called on companies to adopt policies that would bring them in line with the Paris Agreement on climate change. Follow-This has sponsored shareholder votes requiring companies to cut CO2 emissions.
European Banks are refusing to invest in fossil fuel projects. The European Investment Bank (EIB), the world’s largest public lender, announced it will stop funding all fossil fuel projects at the end of 2021.
And poor Greta Thunberg, from Sweden, Time Magazine’s Person of the Year, radiated hatred and fear, not inspiration, when she spoke at the United Nations.
There are supporters of catastrophic climate change in the United States. For example, the Attorney General of New York sued Exxon, but lost in court.
Members of Congress have said deniers should be prosecuted using RICO. Twenty professors sent President Obama a request asking that deniers be suppressed.
While this madness permeates the media, science is rebutting catastrophic climate change caused by CO2.
Two articles next week will essentially prove that CO2 and Methane are not existential threats to mankind.
The information in these two articles was presented at a press conference in Madrid, Spain, while the adjoining COP 25 meeting was in progress.
The media totally ignored this information, keeping the public in the dark about how science is refuting the CO2 hypothesis.
Please, contact your local media and ask them to be alert for this information at www.powerforusa.com on January 7, when there will be Good News For Humanity.
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