Take a Look at the New Enemy in Climate Change – Watch
It’s hard to pin down exactly what the climate change people really believe. We’ve had both global cooling and then global warming. The predominant emotion is generally panic, but the specifics seem to morph.
President Joe Biden’s rant while touring Ireland is the perfect example, this is what he said to guests at Dublin Castle:
BIDEN: “The SINGLE existential threat to the world is climate change!”
Wow…not just one of the existential threats, but the SINGLE one. He went on to say, “We don’t have a lot of time, and that’s a fact. And even recognizing — finally, everyone is recognizing it in America.”
The left spent a great deal of energy demonizing fossil fuels, they also went after meat and the gas from cows.
But a recent AFP News Agency tweet about climate change shocked many and it showed how the whole movement is not so concerned about humans, just the planet.
Do you know what the next enemy is according to these “experts?”
Rice. The very thing that most of the world survives on.
“Rice is to blame for around 10 percent of global emissions of methane, a gas that over two decades, traps about 80 times as much heat as carbon dioxide,” the AFP tweet says. “Scientists say that if the world wants to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, rice cannot be ignored.”
There you have it…The need hungry people have for rice just can’t be ignored anymore.
What would the ramifications be if the world was told they had to diminish harvesting rice? Do people really believe that we should stop feeding people so that we can help the environment?
People are the carbon units that they have a problem with and seem to want to eliminate.
Of course, China and India didn’t toe the line on this new craziness, they don’t want their people to revolt.
BIDEN: "The SINGLE existential threat to the world is climate change!" pic.twitter.com/U7jFVobzw1
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) April 13, 2023
VIDEO: Rice is to blame for around 10 percent of global emissions of methane, a gas that over two decades, traps about 80 times as much heat as carbon dioxide. Scientists say that if the world wants to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, rice cannot be ignored. pic.twitter.com/46GgkaGPgK
— AFP News Agency (@AFP) April 16, 2023
Banning rice would kill tens of millions of innocent people.
I'm starting to think it's never been about saving the planet . . . https://t.co/Sz1bcbQM49
— Johnny Rotten's American Cousin (@EERCANE) April 16, 2023