Climate Crisis (scam) Is Going Down When Voters Notice The Costs And Restrictions

Doing Something about Hotcoldwetdry is Very Important in theory. In practice, voters tend to shoot it down, and few Warmists actually practice what they preach. They mostly think Someone Else, That Guy, Other People should pay the price, and when they realize all the taxes, fees, and restrictions on their own lives will happen, they vote against legislation

The Climate-Change Agenda Goes Out With a Bang

We’re supposed to view this week as a banner occasion in the annals of climate change. The European Union unveiled a mammoth new plan to control carbon emissions, while Beijing rolled out an emissions-trading scheme and the U.K. released a plan to green up transportation.

Except this is all happening as climate politics seem to be undergoing a rapid and significant shift in many places, and not in the direction environmental activists hoped. To wit: Voters have started noticing how much they’re each going to have to spend to reduce carbon emissions, and they don’t like it.

It’s a startlingly broad phenomenon. The Swiss last month rejected a referendum to impose a fuel tax and a tax on airline tickets. The British cabinet, which on Wednesday proposed major new carbon restrictions for transport industries, also is split over previously announced plans to ban gas-fired home heating and require landlords to boost energy efficiency in rental units.

The EU hadn’t even unveiled its marquee new climate package this week before furious lobbying erupted in opposition from almost everyone. French officials sound particularly alert to the danger, and no wonder. President Emmanuel Macron has seen his agenda knocked off course for the better part of three years by grassroots protests against a diesel tax hike that started in 2018.

Meanwhile in Japan, climate-minded shareholders have just wrapped up a disastrous (for them) season of annual shareholder meetings. Resolutions codifying aggressive corporate carbon targets were defeated at all three companies where activists proposed them—Mitsubishi UFJ, Sumitomo and Kansai Electric Power.

Wall Street Journal writer Joseph C. Sternberg offers his own reasons for why this tends to occur, including a big drop in CO2 output in 1st World Nations without all sorts of climate crazy legislation. You can read the rest here, since the WSJ is behind a paywall. But, really, it does come down to it being about theory vs practice. We’ve seen this happen. Washington governor Jay Inslee made ‘climate change’ a huge part of his campaign for gov, the citizens seemed very interested, but, when it came time to encode it in law, the people said “no thanks!” As excited as Democrats were for Jay to be the ‘climate change’ candidate, he bombed badly in the 2020 primaries for president. As did Tom Steyer when he joined the crowd and made his campaign all about Hotcoldwetdry.

After implementing all sorts of climate scam policies, the ruling Labor Party was defeated so badly in 2012 that they weren’t even considered a recognized political party. “Labor suffered one of the worst defeats of a state government since Federation, and the worst defeat of a sitting government in Queensland history. From 51 seats in 2009, it was reduced to only seven seats..” People do not want to pay the piper in practice. They do not want to have to deal with the consequences in their own lives for climate crisis (scam) legislation.

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5 Responses to “Climate Crisis (scam) Is Going Down When Voters Notice The Costs And Restrictions”

  1. st says:

    FOX NEWS VIDEO – Liberals ‘sound the alarm’ on a potentially ‘massive’ red wave during midterms
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  2. Hhaity says:

    The tax on tickets would have varied from $30 to $120 depending on distance flown
    2/3 of the revenue raised would have gone towards paying for Switzerland excellent publi. Health care

  3. Kye says:

    Hairy you idiot. You do realize as many people live in NYC than the entire nation of Switzerland and the Swiss are homogeneous, don’t you? With those demographics they don’t even need their “excellent public health care” they could save the money and go to France for medical treatment.

    You look for every opportunity to try and disparage the country and people you hate don’t you? It wasn’t long ago Nazi’s like you were espousing the superiority of Cuban and Venezuelan health care. How’d that work out for you?

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