Authors note; Firstly as always please follow the links and do your own research. Listening to random dudes on the internet is how we got here. Also please consider the following. All civilization is based in a very real and direct way on energy. The energy to build, to travel, to shower, to cook, the energy to manufacture and distribute the necessities of life. The energy to light the darkness. You control energy, you control civilization.
You control energy, you control civilization.
The movement of millions from the global south to the north should, according to the I.P.C.C, be Carbon-ageddon for the Arctic according to the IPCC, so why are they endorsing it?
Because the United Nations is lying. This is made stunningly evident by two diametrically opposed United Nations pronouncements. The United Nations Pact on Migration signed on December 19 2018, completely ignores the dire warnings issued by the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) just two months prior in October 2018, . Given the stark warning of the IPCC giving us only twelve years to control carbon levels before they say we face civilization-ending consequences, it is hard to imagine why the U.N. would put any process in motion that could cause the most major spike in terms of CO2 levels since the industrial revolution. What it actually means is that the UN doesn’t believe the cataclysmic predictions the media is inundating us with lead by their stoic faced teen spokeswoman Greta. Here I will look exclusively at Canada but other northern countries that the UN is pushing to take unlimited Immigrants would present the same absolutely inescapable result.
The math here is very simple. Canada has the highest per capita energy consumption in the world. So each individual inhabiting any northern country, the targets for the Migrant Compact, creates a much larger carbon footprint than those inhabiting the global south, this is an immutable, unchangeable fact because…physics. This is due to many factors but the main one that remains immutable is the intense cold experienced by most parts of Canada. As of this writing some parts of Alberta are still experiencing parts of the record cold seen in Canada this winter, with temperatures continuing to hover near minus 50 Celsius. The fact is even average temperatures in Canada and to some extent the rest of the global north mean that any mass migration to those areas would be disastrous according to IPCC data. The average energy consumption in Canada according to Statistics Canada was 302 GJ consumed per Canadian household in 2007. The number has risen since then due mostly to immigration as the Canadian population tends to be steady except for this factor. The levels being immediately proposed by the Liberal Party would increase Canadian immigration that would add 3 million persons. Therefore adding 906 000 000 GJ of energy, which run through a carbon calculator yields an increased carbon footprint of 54 559 000 tones of CO2 per year. Having this massive spike which would be unavoidable right beside the Arctic ice sheets is a disastrous move according to the data of the IPCC itself. There are groups in Canada mostly funded by the Tides Foundation or its affiliates that are pushing for Canada to have a population of 100 million by 2100. The carbon footprint of this would be completely off the scale and an absolute death sentence according to the UN’s own figures. This would add 18 120 000 000 Giga Joule for 60 million extra people and a heart stopping 1,091,000,000 tonnes co2 per year. I would note all these numbers are low on the Impact side because I made all calculations for Natural gas, the cleanest heating energy by far, with only half the Carbon foot print of other methods.
Unless there are serious flaws in the IPCC Data the Migration Compact could increase the knock on effects of carbon levels to the unimaginable levels, and far beyond the dire predictions that give us only a dozen years. Every massive spike to Canada’s population will have massively magnified effects on carbon emission. Any thought that this could be generated by renewable energy lacks any understanding of our geography and weather. We cannot escape the heating energy levels, and solar , wind could in no way replace this because of our weather and geography. Having heat in January in Flin Flon or Churchill is a basic necessity of human life. The only way to generate this incredible amount of extra power would be to dam the rest of our mighty rivers and trample Indigenous rights. The carbon footprint and ecological disaster brought on by the construction is hard to fully calculate. The issue in stark relief.
The energy requirements in the global south by comparison are incredibly low. Argentina has for example a consumption rate of 79.57 Giga Joules per person as Brazil 60.3 GJ , Cameroon 18.5 GJ, Indonesia 35.71 GJ. So a person now residing in Indonesia creates 2.15 Tonnes of Carbon. This same individual in Canada would produce 18.19 almost ten times as much.
But if there is one scientist who knows more about sea levels than anyone else in the world it is the Swedish geologist and physicist Nils-Axel Mörner, formerly chairman of the INQUA International Commission on Sea Level Change. And the uncompromising verdict of Dr Mörner, who for 35 years has been using every known scientific method to study sea levels all over the globe, is that all this talk about the sea rising is nothing but a colossal scare story.
Despite fluctuations down as well as up, “the sea is not rising,” he says. “It hasn’t risen in 50 years.” If there is any rise this century it will “not be more than 10cm (four inches), with an uncertainty of plus or minus 10cm”. And quite apart from examining the hard evidence, he says, the elementary laws of physics (latent heat needed to melt ice) tell us that the apocalypse conjured up by
Al Gore and Co could not possibly come about”….
Increasingly it looks more like a move by the elites to centralize control and the energy that powers societies under their control.
According to Climate Home news
“The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (Unctad), which was founded in 1964 to help developing countries to access equitable international trade, called on governments to overhaul the rules of the international trade and monetary systems so that all countries – in particular developing ones – could carry out the necessary mass investments to decarbonize their economies.
Unctad secretary general Mukhisa Kituyi said meeting the UN sustainable development goals, which include reining in the heating of the planet, “requires rebuilding multilateralism around the idea of a global Green New Deal, and pursuing a financial future very different from the recent past”.
“The global economy does not serve all people equally,” said Richard Kozul-Wright, director of Unctad’s division on globalization and development strategies, who oversaw the report. “Under the current configuration of policies, rules, market dynamics and corporate power, economic gaps are likely to increase and environmental degradation intensify.”
“Echoing recent calls to create a European Climate Bank, authors also suggested shifting the role of central banks from taming inflation to aggressively championing climate finance. To checkmate tax evasion, it further called on the establishment of a global minimum corporate tax rate on multinationals between 20 and 25% combined with capital controls.
“This is a big public investment push,” Kozul-Wright told Climate Home News. “It’s not going to be done by the private sector. You need public banks to finance this, because we don’t think that the current financial system as it is currently constructed will ever deliver finance to public goods of this kind on the scale that we’re talking about.”
In the absence of such constraints, green finance could increase to around $1.7tn every year, according to Unctad estimates, generating at least 170 million jobs in the world and allowing a clean industrialisation in the global south.
Originally conceived in 2008 in London by a group of economists and environments, the Green New Deal draws inspiration from the New Deal, US president Franklin Roosevelt’s all-encompassing stimulus package to counter the effects of the Great Depression and reform the financial market. The Green New Deal envisages mobilising the state to tackle social inequality and carbon emissions as one.”
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Guaranteed that money never reaches the poor. This is an effort to dominate human society by dominating all use of energy the vital ingredient to civilization.
The recent “petition by 1100 scientists” not quite as advertised
The Extinction rebellion also not as advertised, in the words of its founder