‘Climate Change’ Could Maybe Possibly Cause The Next Financial Meltdown Or Something

This is not the first attempt by the Cult of Climastrology to link any future recession/depression to ‘climate change’. They Warmists have been ramping up this bit of fear mongering as of late, that way when a recession happens, something which comes in cycles, they can Blamestorm you for eating a burger

Climate Change Could Cause the Next Financial Meltdown

Climate change has already been blamed for deadly bush fires in Australia, dying coral reefs, rising sea levels and ever more cataclysmic storms. Could it also cause the next financial crisis?

A report issued this week by an umbrella organization for the world’s central banks argued that the answer is yes, while warning that central bankers lack tools to deal with what it says could be one of the biggest economic dislocations of all time.

The book-length report, published by the Bank for International Settlements in Basel, Switzerland, signals what could be the overriding theme for central banks in the decade to come.

“Climate change poses unprecedented challenges to human societies, and our community of central banks and supervisors cannot consider itself immune to the risks ahead of us,” François Villeroy de Galhau, governor of the Banque de France, said in the report.

Central banks spent much of the last 10 years hauling their economies out of a deep financial crisis that began in 2008. They may well spend the next decade coping with the disruptive effects of climate change and technology, the report said.

See, it might possibly maybe could perchance be linked/caused by, and, even if the next one has zero to do with ‘climate change’, they’ll make sure you know you should blame the fossil fuels companies. Much like they manufactured a way to blame snow and ice and cold on heat trapping gases.

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