Let’s face it: for almost 30 years we’ve been told that climate change is the result of man’s activities. In that time, we have been told to create a smaller carbon footprint. We have also been told to stop using fossil fuels. In other words, we’ve been made to feel guilty.
As Steve Martin used to say, “Well, excuuuse me!”
The scientists think they know what to do to ‘fix’ the situation:
But in doing so, they will be upsetting a delicate balance that has been operating for millions of years. You’d think that they would know better, wouldn’t you? Unless the plan is to do exactly that.
Control the Weather and You Control the People
The recent snowfall in Las Vegas has made some people sit up and take notice. Even Trump has wondered what’s going on. The climate change scenario is, in fact, a way of coercing the people into accepting the idea of some sort of World Government. Why and how?
The Paris Agreement of 2015 was intended to get all governments in the world to focus on reducing carbon emissions by the year 2030. It hasn’t taken long for those governments to realize that it may not be so easy to achieve, especially on their own. The United States has decided to opt out, as I believe China did, too. Those two countries have the most to lose and the least to gain by ‘toeing the line’. But if they are also the worst polluters, how can the rest of the world succeed in combating climate change? Do you see the logic?
But What If It’s All a Hoax?
This situation is so problematic. Weather patterns have always altered naturally: that’s why we got snow in summer and hot spells in winter long before the idea of global warming/cooling was ever blamed on humans. Ice ages came and went. Floods washed people away. We’re just along for the ride, whatever happens.
But now we have chemtrails.
There are areas suffering droughts and other areas being deluged. (And sometimes the same area, California, has both in successive years, followed by massive forest fires…)
The tinkering with weather patterns may be the blame.
Some days I wish we only had to worry about the depleting ozone layer again.