The inefficiency of the UN is paradigmatic. It has not stopped any conflict and it is even said that it has ignited them, as is currently the case in Yemen and Syria.
Noah Rothman wrote a column entitled ” The Climate strike has to do with indoctrination, not science.” It is a matter of concern that this is a principle of “collective hysteria”, also called “Group psychosis” and brainwashing: they demand that “comprehensive education on climate change” be directed at children between 5 and 14 years of age because “printing capacity is high during that stage of development”.
To participate in this street strike, Thousands of children went missing from school, coinciding with a girl’s speech-I omit her name out of discretion, being a vulnerable minor – at UN headquarters. “We are on strike because science says We have only a few years to transform our energy system… and prevent the worst effects of climate change,” says the Youth Climate Strike (YSC) manifesto.
And they want governments, using their monopoly on violence, to impose such things as the creation of state banks, affordable housing, the closure of all fossil-fuel plants that should be completely eliminated by 2030. Now, why a long-term strategy is needed if we only have “11 years” to avoid disaster. Are there only economic interests behind this?
Susan Allan Block, who has studied permaculture and belongs to an ancient family of farmers, notes that the land has warmed from the beginning, the glaciers melted, the dinosaurs disappeared. This climate change is not new and I think it is very proud to claim that the tiny human being is capable of putting the immense, eternal and wise nature in check.
By the way, the decisions taken by governments, says YCS, ” should be linked to scientific research, including the 2018 report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) which is a “scientific” entity – or propagandistic? – created by the UN.
The IPCC in 2001 said that milder winter temperatures would decrease the severity of snowstorms, which has not happened, and in 2007, warned that “increased water stress” would reduce crop yields, but it turns out that these yields are growing exponentially today.
And the “scientists” we have to follow are those of the UN, accused of many of corruption and of being run by politicians with vested interests. The inefficiency of the UN is paradigmatic. It has not stopped any conflict and it is even said that it has ignited them, as is currently the case in Yemen and Syria.
Saddam Hussein was given the management of the billionaire oil-for-Food Program. The right arm of the UN secretary general is one of the main players involved in the fraud. The UN and Unicef ignored allegations of sexual abuse of children by their “peace forces” in the Central African Republic. In 2015, a diplomat from Antigua and Barbuda and former president of the UN General Assembly was arrested in New York for accepting bribes from Chinese businessmen.
In short, we all want a natural and healthy-and optimistic-world, and perhaps the IPCC is right, although many scientists contradict them; but they have no right to impose ideas by the state police force. Even if they are’ masters of truth’, coercion, violence is not the way.