Fake News: ‘Climate Change’ Could Maybe Possibly Spark Humanitarian Crisis

The extreme enviroweenie/Warmist sects have been pushing doom from climate change for decades, particularly since the utterly non-scientific books The Population Bomb and Silent Spring. They’re still pimping this apocalyptic viewpoint, despite all their prognostications failing to come to fruition. Why? This is what they do. You don’t expect squirrels to stop collecting nuts for the winter and skunks to stop spraying when they feel danger, do you?

Climate change could spark major humanitarian crisis, experts say

We hear about the continued effects of climate change all the time, but The Guardian reports military experts have another warning. The group said that even if the rise in global warming is held under 2 degrees Celsius, there still could be a major humanitarian crisis to sort out. That figure is widely regarded as a limit beyond which there will be dangerous consequences.

“Climate change could lead to a humanitarian crisis of epic proportions,” said Brigadier General Stephen Cheney, CEO of the American Security Project and member of the foreign policy affairs board for the State Department. “We’re already seeing migration of large numbers of people around the world because of food scarcity, water insecurity and extreme weather, and this is set to become the new normal.”

Oh, noes, the new normal! Was it the new normal when people were migrating, had food scarcity, and water insecurity during the Little Ice Age? Or during the Dark Ages? This is all scaremongering at it’s very best.

And, since this is simply prognostication on par with Madam Zelda at the carnival, it’s essentially that fake news stuff liberals have been complaining about.

In terms of migration, Bangladesh is a prime example of potential for major issues. Chairman of the Global Military Advisory Council on Climate Change Major General Munir Muniruzzaman explained that water scarcity and rising sea level would massively disrupt not only that country, but the entire region.

“We’re going to see refugee problems on an unimaginable scale, potentially above 30 million people,” Muniruzzaman said. He also explained that with a 1 meter (3 foot) rise in sea level, Bangladesh could lose 20 percent of its land mass. “Climate change is the greatest security threat of the 21st century,” he continued. Environmental factors are one cause of the massive European migration crisis and the group of military officials say those issues will continue to pose security risks and could provoke international conflict.

The closest sea level gauges show little to no sea rise in Bangladesh (here and here). Even for those areas seeing sea rise, it is entirely within the range it should be (often much lower) for a Holocene warm period, and it would take hundreds of years to see a 3 foot sea rise.

As for the European migration crisis, it’s not climate change, it’s war, particularly as the Islamists have grown stronger and bolder. In case they missed it, a goodly chunk of these “migrants” are young fighting age men from throughout the Muslim world, who are now causing all sorts of crime, including rape and sexual assault, and they’re all demanding that Europe accommodate them and change to be more extremist Islam.

If you’re throwing out words like could, like, might, may, etc, prognosticating the future, it’s not science, it’s a cult, hence, fake news.

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