Say, Is Coronavirus Doom A Taste Of What’s Coming From ‘Climate Change’ (scam)?

Why, yes, the doomsday Cult of Climastrology is continuing to find ways to link their doomsday cult to Coronavirus

Is Coronavirus And Its Economic Impact A Taste Of What’s To Come With Climate Change?

No.

Up until recently, the stock market has been skyrocketing while our planet is visibly sinking under the weight of human consumption. Thus, it is fascinating to watch the correction taking place under the weight of the deadly COVID-19 this week, though arguably nowhere near as economically severe as the consequences of climate change in the coming decades.

It’s interesting that this is in Forbes, which is primarily about economic prosperity. You know what we need to solve all this is? Stateism

To solve this impending frog in the pot, physical and financial catastrophe, collectivism is what is needed; to come together and address problems for the greater good of society. This does not come naturally to Americans though, as we still appear to be fighting an emotional version of the conflict with our former British overlords that is now 250 years old.  The culture spawned by this initially real, and now tired emotional war is the very thing that keeps us divided and unable to address problems collectively, and we call it our individual liberty and freedom. The freedom to carry a gun in case the government comes back to take our land. The freedom to burn as much fossil fuel as we want and drive as far, wide, and recklessly as we wish with little personal cost.  In fact, the individual freedom and liberty culture is actually very much rooted in freedom from responsibility towards our fellow people, and our planet. (snip)

If you are a government, put a social framework in place and make dispassionate decisions, clearly express desired outcomes, and work with partners in the private sector to change or collaborate on responsible solutions.  If you are in the private sector, and are playing to win the long game, assume the new standards and lead with social responsibility as your #1 North Star versus just following interim financial gain. Do so, and in the new world of public-private collaboration for the social good, you will have an opportunity to play, and win. COVID-19 will pass, but our climate challenges are the issue for this century and likely beyond if we are able to get there.

If we all give up our liberty and freedom, and money, to government, we could solve this! Hooray, Modern Socialism.

Then we have

Why don’t we treat the climate crisis with the same urgency as coronavirus?

Because coronavirus is real, climate change mostly/solely caused by mankind is a scam

Imagine, then, that we felt the same sense of emergency about the climate crisis as we do about coronavirus. What action would we take? As the New Economic Foundation’s Alfie Stirling points out, a strict demarcation between the two crises in unwise. After all, coronavirus may trigger a global slowdown: the economic measures in response to this should be linked to solving the climate crisis. “What tends to happen in a recession is policy-makers panic about what the low-lying fruits are; it’s all supply chains and sticking plasters,” he tells me. During the 2008 crash, for example, there was an immediate cut in VAT and interest rates, but investment spending wasn’t hiked fast enough, and was then slashed in the name of austerity. According to NEF research, if the coalition government had funded additional zero-carbon infrastructure, it would not only have boosted the economy but could have reduced residential emissions by 30%. This time round, there’s little room to cut already low interest rates or boost quantitative easing; green fiscal policy must be the priority.

To quote Glenn Reynolds, I’ll believe it’s a crisis when the people who tell me it’s a crisis act like it’s a crisis in their own lives. Since so few Warmists practice what they preach, kinda hard to believe this is anything but a push for Stateism.

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8 Responses to “Say, Is Coronavirus Doom A Taste Of What’s Coming From ‘Climate Change’ (scam)?”

  1. Liljeffyatemypuppy says:

    Latest info

    https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/

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  2. John says:

    Trump is advising sick people yo ho to work
    Teach is tgst your workplace policy ?
    It could lead to huge liability

    • formwiz says:

      yo ho to work

      I didn’t it was Take Your Pirate To Work Day.

    • Nighthawk says:

      Liar!

    • Kye says:

      Trump has not and is not “advising sick people yo ho to work”. I don’t know where you get your info from but you best change sources. As usual the fake news media too a sentence out of context to make something out of nothing.

    • alanstorm says:

      English is not your first language, is it?

    • Professor Hale says:

      In America, plenty of sick people Yo Ho to work every day. That is why 2 years ago we had 61,000 people die of the common Flu. H1N1 and Corona aren’t even close to this yet. The President, any president, should be telling people to go on about their lives. Thee is nothing to panic about yet.

  3. alanstorm says:

    “Say, Is Coronavirus Doom A Taste Of What’s Coming From ‘Climate Change’?”

    No. However, it IS a taste of what happens under Socialized medicine – or does anyone out there believe China has a thriving private medical system?

    Got any HARD questions?

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