By Frank Bergman,
Governments must introduce measures to reduce the public’s standard of living by a staggering 75 percent, using force if necessary, globalist corporate media outlets are now warning.
The public must take drastic measures to reduce individuals’ so-called “carbon footprint” to stop “global warming,” according to the BBC.
In its “Future World” series, the BBC warns viewers that choosing to live an “ultra-low carbon lifestyle” is no longer an option and calls for the standards to be mandated by governments.
The public-funded British media outlet insists that a dramatic reduction in living standards is now required if the planet is to be saved from allegedly man-made “climate change.”
According to the BBC, however, “climate change” is too important for “carbon footprint” reduction to be left to personal choice, and is calling on governments around the world to step in.
Right now, the “carbon footprint” of someone living in the developed world ranges anywhere from 4.46 metric tons per year in France, all the way up to 15.43 metric tons per year in Canada.
In the United States, the average person’s carbon footprint clocks in at 14.67 metric tons per year, according to Bomb Thrower.
Americans’ carbon footprint is nearly eight times higher than the two metric tons per year limit that’s required to meet the green agenda goals dictated by the World Economic Forum (WEF).
According to the BBC, two metric tons per year of carbon “waste” is about half the output of a single gas-powered car in the U.S. – and nothing more.
In order for an individual to lower their carbon “waste” below the WEF-friend limit, every individual would have to give up personal car use, energy usage, meat-eating, and other “wasteful” necessities.
The average person’s lifestyle would have to change dramatically in order to comply with an “ultra-low carbon green lifestyle.”
For most people, this “lifestyle” would mean abject poverty and misery and a prison-like life where there is very little travel allowed, and minimal, if any, freedoms.
While this may already sound extreme, others in the green cult believe that even a limit of two metric tons of carbon footprint per person per year is still too much.
Some alarmists are suggesting just 1.4 metric tons instead by the year 2040 with further reduction to just 0.7 metric tons per year per person by the year 2050.
For some reason, the BBC ignored Communist China in its reporting on the worst carbon-emitting countries.
China generates the most pollution and carbon “waste” of any other country, by far.
The United States is the second largest CO2 emitting nation, while Canada doesn’t even make the top ten.
However, China emits more pollution than the rest of the top five countries COMBINED.
Nevertheless, Communist China almost always gets a free pass in the media when it comes to things like energy usage, pollution, and other green-related issues.
“We live in a world where many people believe many different things, but nowhere else do we find the kind of mandatory buy-in required as with the so-called climate crisis,” reports Mark E. Jeftovic.
“Fortunately we’re hearing from an increasing number of scientists that there is no crisis, and whose voices are getting louder even in the face of corporate media ‘fact checking’ and other headwinds of narrative control.”
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