There Are Two Words That Can Solve Hotcoldwetdry Or Something

Can you guess what they are? It should be easy, as it’s a main thing the Cult of Climastrology pushes

These Two Words Can Solve the Climate Crisis

If you want to see a solution to the climate crisis in your lifetime, they might be the two most important words you hear this year: carbon pricing.

Sure, the crisis is a complex challenge with no one solution. But while carbon pricing may not be a silver bullet, it’s one we’re going to need in the chamber—and critically, support is growing all along the political spectrum right when we need it.

Funny how one of their main solutions always boils down to “take money from citizens and private entities and put it in the hands of government, because government is oh so trustable, eh?” And they want carbon taxes, emissions trading schemes, fuel taxes, and so forth.

I have a few words for them. Practice what you preach. Walk the talk. Stop using fossil fuels. Don’t have kids. Attend a cult exit counseling. And two words, get deprogrammed.

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5 Responses to “There Are Two Words That Can Solve Hotcoldwetdry Or Something”

  1. drowningpuppies says:

    Or another two words for the alarmists:

    BLOW ME!

  2. MrToad21 says:

    You’d think after Gates, Buffett & Zuckerburg ALL protected their assets by putting them into a family run “charity” so Uncle Sam (& Uncle Jerry Brown) won’t get their mitts on it, that the sheeple would realize that even the elitist globalists don’t have confidence in the government spending THEIR hard earned money correctly.

  3. The Neon Madman says:

    I have only one word.

    No.

  4. Jeffery says:

    An unwanted side-effect from a market transaction is called a negative externality, e.g., lung cancer caused by cigarette smoking, the effect of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) and related gases on the ozone layer, addiction and associated crime with heroin use, waste pools from animal agriculture, acid rain from coal burning, global warming from fossil fuel burning etc. Policies are often enacted to minimize the effects of these negative externalities including outright bans (illicit drugs, CFCs), forced financial responsibility and mitigation of damages (pig farms), and taxation (tobacco).

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