Watch: Morano on TV explains how climate agenda is pushing ‘the end of private car ownership’ & end of meat-eating

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Marc Morano

Tipping Point with Kara McKinney on One America News – OAN – Broadcast April 26, 2022

Selected Highlights:

Morano on Buttigieg floating ‘monthly transportation payment’ that ‘covers everything’ to replace monthly car payments“What Buttigieg is actually up to with this monthly transportation payment that covers everything instead of a car payment — to replace your car payment — it is part of the plan. And I can show you the Irish Times. I can show you multiple reports, the UK government reports, academic reports, the UK transport Secretary, all calling essentially for the end of private car ownership… you’re going to be funding the end of not just the internal combustion engine but the end of private car ownership, which literally, group after group and the climate agenda is saying has to come to an end. Private car ownership has been called 20th-century outdated thinking.

Morano on: Northern Ireland faces loss of 1 million sheep and cattle to meet climate targets“What Ireland is doing is literally by getting rid of their livestock is what the World Economic Forum, the Davos crowd, what Bill Gates are seeking. Bill Gates, according to NBC News, is now America’s biggest farm ownerChina buying up U.S. farmland is probably a close second. They’re now trying to get a land monopoly by buying American farmland. What is the goal of the climate agenda? They want us to stop eating meat. They want us to eat insectsweeds, and fake meat burgers. This is actually the goal of Bill Gates, who is now going to have huge sway as America’s largest farm owner to do this.

So what’s happening is you’re seeing in Ireland, the actual blueprint, they want us to shut down domestic energy, agriculture and then we can rely on essentially 30 ingredients of processed fake food vegetable oil-based ‘meat’, which by the way, the World Economic Forum has said you can get a 3d printer and print several pounds of ‘fake meat a minute with these new printers. So this is very funny, but it’s a very serious agenda.

They want to cripple national economies. What is Europe now except energy crippled in the face of Vladimir Putin’s aggression? They’re almost helpless because they shut down their own energy and now we have them shutting down their own food supply. This is bonkers Kara. A to Z bonkers! I don’t know how else to use another word to describe what’s happening globally now because of the climate agenda.”

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Rough Transcript:

Kara McKinney, host of Tipping Point on OAN asks about man who set himself on fire in front of the Supreme Court: see: Climate Activist Sets Himself On Fire

Marc Morano:  Well, this is actually it’s a much bigger part of the agenda. This is not just Pete Buttigieg virtue signaling. The whole climate agenda stripped bare is literally a self-immolation of your national security and your economic security. And that’s what we’re seeing firsthand.

The World Bank just came out today and said we are enduring the greatest shock to energy since the 1970s. And this is very much in large part due to Pete Buttigieg and this climate agenda. Now what he’s doing here is very telling. At Climate Depot, I have the whole background of what Buttigieg is actually up to with this monthly transportation payment that covers everything instead of a car payment — to replace your car payment — it is part of the plan.

And I can show you the Irish Times. I can show you multiple reports, the UK government reports, academic reports, the UK transport Secretary, all calling essentially for the end of private car ownership.

See below: 

Irish Times: Future of people driving around country in private cars is ‘fantasy built on cheap oil’

‘Climate Emergency’: Ireland Set to Ban Private Cars

Climate lockdown: ‘It’s Time To Ban The Sale Of Pickup Trucks’ – ‘Shift away from relying on private vehicles entirely’

Business Insider mag: ‘Electric vehicles won’t save us — we need to get rid of cars completely’

May 2021: Climate lockdowns!? New International Energy Agency’s ‘Net-Zero’ report urges A shift away from private car use’

Climate Lockdowns: British Medical Journal Study Calls For ‘Substantially fewer journeys by car

Gates, Soros funded Professor: Prepare for the Coming ‘Climate Lockdowns’ – ‘Govts would limit private-vehicle use’

Flashback: Dem presidential candidate Andrew Yang: Climate Change May Require Elimination of Car Ownership – Suggests ‘constant roving fleet of electric cars’– “We might not own our own cars.”

So what Transporation Sec. Pete Buttigieg is brainstorming here, with his Star Trek references and everything else, he’s coming up with a plan that people are going to pay into this system and if you’re a good steward, you ride your bike a lot, you take the public transit, wear your mask and do all the things right, you’re going to get benefits — you’re going to get lower payments, you might even get dividends. (See: Buttigieg floats ‘monthly transportation payment’ that ‘covers everything’ to replace monthly car payments)

The whole gist of this is you’re going to be funding solar, wind, electric cars, you’re gonna be funding the end of not just the internal combustion engine but the end of private car ownership, which literally, group after group and the climate agenda is saying has to come to an end. Private car ownership has been called 20th-century outdated thinking.

Owning a car is outdated ’20th-century thinking’ & we must move to ‘shared mobility’ to cut carbon emissions, UK transport minister says

Kara McKinney: And also looking at the Supreme Court situation where that man, sadly tragically set himself on fire. Those injuries ended up being fatal and it breaks my heart and I just can’t wrap my head around the idea that people still work themselves up into that sort of a frenzy, even when we’ve seen It’s been decades now this point of doomsday predictions that have never come true. And also at the same time, the world’s biggest climate hysterics. They’re the ones who are all living on the oceans. They all own beachfront properties. They all have multimillion-dollar mansions on the very same property that they say will be underwater in a couple of years. And so I can’t take any of those people seriously and yet sadly, we still see people getting really worked up about it. Why do you think we still see such almost a religious seal about this?

Marc Morano: Well, a couple of things. First of all, you’re absolutely right. It’s a very bad image for people like President Obama and John Kerry and Al Gore to have seaside homes, multiple homes, doing everything they preach against and they’re obviously not worried about sea-level rise.

But this is very sad. The man who committed suicide in front of the Supreme Court was a climate activist and on his Facebook page, he had referred people to this online climate course he had taken with none other than Climategate professor and former UN scientist, Michael Mann. This is one of the media’s favorite go-to scientists. This was who influenced the man who killed himself.

See: Report: Climate Activist Sets Himself On Fire After Taking Michael Mann Climate Course &

Climate activist who set himself on fire at Supreme Court ‘edited a link to an online course’ taught by Climategate prof. Michael Mann

It doesn’t end there because what they’ve done is — in The Hill newspaper — a professor from the University of Nebraska in Omaha is saying get ready to see more climate terrorism responding to the man who killed himself. ‘The increasing infuriation of climate activists is warranted.’

Professor in The Hill: ‘Get ready to see more climate terrorism’ – ‘The increasing infuriation of climate activists is warranted’

So what they’ve done is they’ve literally got people convinced that the government isn’t doing enough and that we’re all going to die in some climate, emergency, or catastrophe, and that they need to do everything possible. As you mentioned, the Buddhist monks in Vietnam who self-immolated in protest. Climate activists want to draw attention, and now they’re willing to do this too.

Remember the whole climate movement — they couldn’t convince adults —  Gallup polling showed no real change in concern among adults since the late 1980s. But they went after kids because kids are a lot more gullible, and easy to scare and that’s why kids now are having psychological problems. The mainstream media loves to highlight all the teenagers and preteens with psychological problems because of their fear of climate change.

Kara McKinney: And now making matters worse, speaking of eco-terrorism, I mean, look who we have now heading up the Bureau of Land Management, a woman who herself was involved with eco-terrorism back in the 1990s. But also Northern Ireland, it seems they have to get rid of animals hundreds of 1000s perhaps make them disappear as if this was or China disappearing scientists and COVID.

USAID chief Samantha Power declares ‘catastrophic’ food & fertilizer shortages are opportunity to ‘hasten transitions’ – ‘Never let a crisis go to waste’– Power: “Less fertilizer is coming out of Russia. As a result, we’re working with countries to think about natural solutions like manure and compost. And this may hasten transitions that would have been in the interest of farmers to make eventually anyway…So never let a crisis go to waste.”

It kind of reminds me of the Green New Deal with AOC. The first original copy we got of it was the same thing they need to get rid of cows because of their flatulence. This doesn’t sound very green to me. See: Northern Ireland faces loss of 1 million sheep and cattle to meet climate targets – ‘Farming sector to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050’)

Marc Morano:  This is where you mentioned self-immolating their economy. The original Green New Deal actually used the words ‘farting cows’ in the original green New Deal release that they sent out and then they quickly like pulled it and tried to change it.

But here’s the thing, what Ireland is doing is literally by getting rid of their livestock is what the World Economic Forum, the Davos crowd, what Bill Gates are seeking. Bill Gates, according to NBC News, is now America’s biggest farm ownerChina buying up U.S. farmland is probably a close second. They’re now trying to get a land monopoly by buying American farmland. What is the goal of the climate agenda? They want us to stop eating meat. They want us to eat insectsweeds, and fake meat burgers. This is actually the goal of Bill Gates, who is now going to have huge sway as America’s largest farm owner to do this.

So what’s happening is you’re seeing in Ireland, the actual blueprint, they want us to shut down domestic energy, agriculture and then we can rely on essentially 30 ingredients of processed fake food vegetable oil-based ‘meat’, which by the way, the World Economic Forum has said you can get a 3d printer and print several pounds of ‘fake meat a minute with these new printers. So this is very funny, but it’s a very serious agenda.

They want to cripple national economies. What is Europe now except energy crippled in the face of Vladimir Putin’s aggression? They’re almost helpless because they shut down their own energy and now we have them shutting down their own food supply. This is bonkers Kara. A to Z bonkers! I don’t know how else to use another word to describe what’s happening globally now because of the climate agenda.

Kara McKinney: I’m right there with you. Buttigieg, we’re talking about flying cars in the future. And I’m thinking No, it’s just gonna be living in the pod eating the bugs as you were saying it’s gonna mess the future.

Marc Morano: We don’t have a Jetson’s future. We have a Flintstone future with candles in foot-powered cars. That’s where we’re headed.

Kara McKinney: Exactly. That’s exactly where we hare headed with all this green craziness. Marc, thanks so much for joining us tonight.

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— Tipping Point with Kara McKinney (@tippingpointoan) April 27, 2022

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RMT
May 8, 2022 10:16 pm

End of private car ownership, includes private ownership of EVs. I’ve always thought EVs weren’t the left’s final solution, just an interim to get people out of oil based cars and then when people are in EVs only, the government could control the amount of electricity available to EVs – and keep it so low, that EVs would then become unreliable. Without oil based cars as an alternative – all that would be left is public transport and bicycles.
Al Gore and Phil Ting, just to name a few, have told us all that they, along with the Democrats as a whole, want people out of private automobiles.

H.R.
Reply to  RMT
May 9, 2022 4:18 am

RMT: Al Gore and Phil Ting, just to name a few, have told us all that they, along with the Democrats as a whole, want people out of private automobiles.”


Almost spot on, RMT. You left out one word, though. They want other people out of private automobiles.

Never forget that all people will be equal, but some people will be more equal than other people.

Philo
Reply to  H.R.
May 16, 2022 7:15 am

The Dems appear to be chasing the Indian(country) fabric of a caste system. While it may be fading away in India, the Dims, climate fanatics, mis-educated children, and other mentally handicapped and power hungry misanthropes fatuously think they can “take over the world for their own sakes.

Reply to  RMT
May 9, 2022 8:32 am

The insanity of these green crackpots is hard for any thinking person to rationalize. They have been so deluded by misinformation to think they are saving the planet, when in fact, they are destroying civilization. Even worse, since they can not depend on legitimate science for support, they are hoping to depend on Biden’s new Ministry of Truth, in collusion with the far left media, to further shield the population from the scientific truth.

Steve Case
May 8, 2022 11:21 pm

“…[C]limate agenda is pushing ‘the end of private car ownership…”
______________________________________________________

It’s part of the “Great Reset” and its “You will own nothing and be happy” slogan.

Carried to its logical conclusion, you won’t own yourself and will be told what you shall do, how and where to do it. In other words, slavery.

Community euthanization centers won’t be far behind.

Old Man Winter
Reply to  Steve Case
May 9, 2022 5:23 am

Steve, I wish that you weren’t so prescient. Bill C- 7 in Canada adds poverty as a legal reason for it.
Does that include “State induced” poverty like with Canadian truckers & potentially every other
group, like climate deniers, guilty of thought crimes? As you can see, they even want to own our
thoughts, too!

https://www.spectator.co.uk/article/why-is-canada-euthanising-the-poor-

Wiki does list countries where it’s legal. Personally, I’d use it as a list to search elsewhere to get all
of the facts cuz I don’t trust Wiki on things political.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legality_of_euthanasia

Duane
Reply to  Steve Case
May 9, 2022 7:43 am

“Soylent Green” … is made of People!

Richard Page
Reply to  Duane
May 9, 2022 1:02 pm

The new green fertiliser will also be made of people, once they get around to it.

michel
May 8, 2022 11:48 pm

The interesting thing is, the agenda now no longer has anything to do with global warming. Its progressed to demanding that people in one’s own country do things which, if the rest of the world did them, really would reduce emissions.

But its no longer important that the rest of the world do them. Now what is being proposed is direct local action. And these actions are argued for on the basis of some vague connection to global emissions or global warming, but without any argument that they will be effective in reducing global emissions.

The thing that is emerging in part of this is unintended consequences versus the public rationale.

The consequence of mandating electric cars is that there will be a huge fall in car ownership. Partly because they are so expensive, partly because there won’t be enough power to charge them.

There will also be a huge fall in electricity use. Because when the grid is converted to wind and solar, without any adequate storage to make it reliable, there just won’t be the power to do what we now do. Houses will be colder, people will be less mobile, they will have to buy less.

Its becoming clear that these aspects of the agenda are not bugs but features. They are things that the movement positively wants. Climate concerns are just an add-on justification for what it believes on instinct must be done.

The agenda is quite restricted in world terms. Its a mass hysteria in the governing elites which is confined to the US, UK, Australia, New Zealand and somewhat to Germany. Most countries are sending delegates to UN conferences, but they are not introducing serious programs towards Net Zero. In fact the leading and fastest growing emitters are proposing to increase emissions. And China and Russia boycotted COP 26.

This is why I say that it no longer has anything to do with global warming or global emissions. Even if all the countries in the grip of the mania actually do move to Net Zero it will have no significant effects on global emissions. And yet the obvious failure of every convention from Paris to COP 26 to secure global action has made no difference to the activist demand for radical local action. Which would only make sense, albeit a limited amount of sense even then, if it were part of a real global program.

No, what this is about is an attempt in the Anglo Saxon countries to take themselves back to about 1900 but this time with Internet.

I think as it becomes clearer and clearer what it means and how ineffective it is in its own terms that we will see political revolts. In the same way that we are seeing revolts on other aspects of the woke agenda. But they may not get traction fast enough to avert the disaster that Net Zero is bringing towards us.

Chris Hanley
May 9, 2022 12:00 am

… if you’re a good steward, you ride your bike a lot, you take the public transit, wear your mask and do all the things right, you’re going to get benefits … 😳

“If a man were called to fix the period in the history of the world during which the condition of the human race was most happy and prosperous, he would, without hesitation, name that which elapsed from the death of Domitian to the accession of Commodus” (Edward Gibbon: Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire).
Of course given his era Gibbon’s opinion was Eurocentric.
I was born during WW2, the way things are going the past seventy years in The West may in the distant future be similarly regarded, Cold War notwithstanding.

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Rod Evans
May 9, 2022 12:12 am

Morano is spot on with his description of climate political decision making as being “A to Z bonkers”.
The alarmists are already well down the track of defining meat eaters as the problem.
How they explain the fact that eating insects is more likely to increase digestive gas production by the diners than eating a fine steak would, remains to be seen.
On the removal of private car ownership, that ship is already leaving the quayside.
Yesterday, I filled my diesel car with fuel here in the UK. I was at the least cost fuel outlet here in the Midlands. The bill was £100.24 or about $125 US.
The cashier asked if I wanted the receipt? As it was my first time over £100 to fill up, I thought about it, particularly as she said ‘you might want to frame it’
My response was, no I will pass without a receipt, as ‘I don’t think this will be the last of my over £100 refills’…..
The world and its collectivised political group think, is going down a very dangerous path.
We all thought Soylent Green was science fiction….right?
NB is is spooky to note the Director was a guy called Richard Fleischer!!
If I was senior living in NY in these times, I would consider moving to another place.

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Nick Graves
Reply to  Rod Evans
May 9, 2022 12:22 am

I thought that about 1984, too.

Turns out I was wrong again…

Rod Evans
Reply to  Nick Graves
May 9, 2022 12:48 am

I guess we all thought Big Brother was fictional. I think we all got that bit wrong…

Klem
Reply to  Rod Evans
May 9, 2022 2:32 am

In Canada it costs almost $200 to fill a gasoline pick up truck and nearly $250 to fill a diesel pick up. Yet I don’t see anyone in a rush to buy a self immolating EV.

Rod Evans
Reply to  Klem
May 9, 2022 3:20 am

Klem
The solution to unsustainable fuel prices is not to adopt unaffordable battery powered alternatives. The answer is to remove the political folly that is driving people out of their cars via tax loading of fuels that is pricing them off the road.
My £100 fill up was only 53 litres. If it had been an 80 litre truck or SUV I would not be concerned.

Andy H
May 9, 2022 12:59 am

The dreams of the greens are to stop fossil fuels. This has consequences. UK mostly produces enough food for itself except fruit and vegetables. If the greens zero fossil fuels dreams happen then we will produce half the required grains. Some meats that are fed on grains or waste food (such as chicken or pigs) will be too expensive. Food production will be much more more labour intensive (but with a large unemployed population labour is cheap) and distribution will be difficult. Those in power will hoard food around themselves and their constituents. Everyone else will starve. This happened before under Mao. No thanks greens: you haven’t thought it through.

Simonsays
May 9, 2022 1:04 am

Killing off cars and Killing off cows are the distraction. We, us, people, humans., all 7 billion are the root of the problem and it’s not too hard to imagine where that type of thinking is heading. Some of the articles and discussion on SKS recently are seriously disturbing.

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Flash Chemtrail
Reply to  Simonsays
May 9, 2022 7:36 am

SKS being what exactly? Is it really so time consuming to spell out three words?

Simonsays
Reply to  Flash Chemtrail
May 9, 2022 4:17 pm

This site is full of abbreviations. But SKS is skeptical science website. But what I like is how annoyed they will be that you don’t know that. There site has gone from a science website to a sociology one where much time is spent on how to dismantle civilisation. They have moved on well past cars and meat production, it is quite scary.

Reply to  Simonsays
May 9, 2022 11:38 am

Yes! what the hell is SKS?

Richard Page
Reply to  JON P PETERSON
May 9, 2022 1:05 pm

It’s actually SkS I believe – the Skeptical Science website.

Simonsays
Reply to  Richard Page
May 9, 2022 2:25 pm

Correct, I thought that would be known as well as wuwt.

observa
May 9, 2022 1:05 am

The whole climate agenda stripped bare is literally a self-immolation of your national security and your economic security. And that’s what we’re seeing firsthand.

Ditto from commentator Chris Kenny with the non-scientific climate changing-
Liberals have ‘only themselves to blame’ for virtue-signalling climate policies (msn.com)
Virtue signalling mass delusion.

Peta of Newark
May 9, 2022 1:39 am

The quote that didn’t happen:Excuse me Mr Hanson, please explain how your theory doesn’t violate Entropy

As Morano says, There is absolutely NOTHING right, true or correct anywhere in any of this.
It is Perfect Madness

You wanna know why?
Ehrlich’s Prediction came true, pretty well on schedule. We ran out of (brain) food. Now, it’s just a matter of tidying away all the corpses

edit to PS one tiny example…
Magnesium is a truly epic neurotransmitter. 2nd only to Sodium in quantity and equally important.
Over 100 years ago it was measured noted recorded that The Human Animal requires 10.6mg of Magnesium, daily per kilogram of bodyweight

Green things contain Magnesium, they need it to make Chorophyll
Cabbages are green
Of the cabbages grown here in the UK, Peta of Newark would require to eat between 5 and 10 kilograms of cabbage every day just to get Magnesium

not gonna happen is it

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ozspeaksup
Reply to  Peta of Newark
May 9, 2022 2:50 am

terry pratchett was onto something with the ankh morpork cabbage industry;-))

ozspeaksup
May 9, 2022 2:45 am

not own a car huh?
well Id love to see a hire/share setup that would take 5 very large dogs1 or haul petmeat and grain etc, on demand. emergency hospital or vet trips or 900k round trips to seek medical care
talk about blowin smoke!

Don132
May 9, 2022 3:02 am

There’s a lot of discussion these days about how the WEF is part of a plan to monitor and manage everyone and everything on earth for “the greater good.” (We, of course, won’t have a say in what that greater good is.) See here, for example: https://rwmalonemd.substack.com/p/davos-man-his-world-economic-forum?s=r

I’m beginning to see CO2 catastrophic warming theory as part of the agenda to monitor and control everyone. Covid-19 helped us to see how this works: supposedly, all the lockdowns and masks and school closing were “necessary.” But, none of it was, for reasons that I trust many at WUWT understand.

In like manner, we now supposedly have a planetary emergency that will require “necessary” measures. All the requirements and restrictions will (supposedly) be essential to save the planet, and everyone who disagrees will be a selfish science denier, according to Democratic group-thinkers.

The goal isn’t to save the planet or anything else. The goal is power and control over everyone and everything. You can’t manage what you can’t monitor (hence the push for vaccine passports– first step in the monitoring agenda– that didn’t go off so well.) Monitoring personal CO2 consumption will, of course, be necessary to save the planet.

BallBounces
May 9, 2022 3:24 am

“Kara McKinney: Exactly. That’s exactly where we hare headed.”

Right down the rabbit hole.

Sara
May 9, 2022 5:30 am

OH, for Pete’s sake!! Let’s just go back to the Middle Ages when the peasants lived in huts on some lordling’s land and somehow got by through illegal hunting of rabbits and other woodland critters, without letting the landLORD know. In reality, these idjits should set the example and do what they tell us we peones are supposed to do.

Civilization was fun while it lasted, wasn’t it? And who died and made these jack—es God?

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Olen
May 9, 2022 7:31 am

See what can be accomplished with drop boxes and after midnight ballot deliveries. They don’t have to worry about elections because they are the election and the voters are only window dressing. With that in place the will of the people don’t matter and they can do as they please.

There has not been a call for approval of the people for such a drastic change because they know they will not get it.

Ron Long
May 9, 2022 7:38 am

I was just driving around rural north Nevada, and noted a great start to a Mormon Cricket plague. Remember, Mark Twain wrote in his book “Roughing It” about the local Indigenous (Goshute?) eating Mormon Crickets. Looks like his comments are about to come full circle.

Duane
May 9, 2022 7:42 am

We used to call this “social engineering” wherein the Deep Thinkers prescribe exactly how we are all to live our lives, using their preferences of course. Before it was called “social engineering” it was called “dictatorship”, wherein the Deep Thinkers describe their so-called “workers’ paradise” that we all simply could not wait to experience.

Sure, society changes continually, affected by technology and changes in attitudes, but the notion that everybody on earth is just pining to have the government prescribe every facet of life for us, so that none of us ever really needs to think about anything, is, well, what dictators are made of.

TonyG
May 9, 2022 7:50 am

Minor aside – I went to that article, curious what people were saying in response, only to find “The Hill has removed its comment section, as there are many other forums for readers to participate in the conversation. We invite you to join the discussion on Facebook and Twitter.”

Can’t say I’m surprised.

lee riffee
May 9, 2022 7:57 am

I have two words, actually a word and a phrase, for the green slime who are pushing this stuff: Cuba and bush meat. It’s all part of the notion of unintended consequences. And perhaps some “Yankee ingenuity” here in the US at least, to find ways around these problems.

Cuba – people will simply hold onto and repair old cars and trucks and keep them going for as long as possible. Especially in southern states where roads aren’t salted in winter. In fact, I’d predict a mass migration to the south, where vehicles last longer and homes don’t require much (or any) heat.

Bush meat – people in suburban and rural areas, if deprived of meat, will strip the land around them of all sorts of small animals (and for anyone who still has hunting weapons, larger game) for sustenance. This, like the cars in Cuba, has been proven to happen in poor areas in third world countries like many in Africa. There, people either can’t afford to buy meat and/or they are no where near a grocery store and so they get it in whatever way they can. Right now, most people in the US abide by game laws and hunting seasons (save for perhaps the very poor in rural areas) simply because food is readily available and few need to depend on wild animals. But that will change pretty quickly….

whiten
May 9, 2022 10:17 am

What you are, is what you eat, the power of your menu… essentially! ..
Destroy that, for what ever reason, and you literally destroy what you are or suppose to be naturally.

cheers

RevJay4
May 9, 2022 5:47 pm

Did anyone with a semi-functioning brain and logic abilities have any doubt where all this climate crap was headed? And still is.
Buckle up, buttercups, things are about to get bumpy. Think Ukraine in multiples.

Fran
May 10, 2022 12:48 pm

China is now imprisioning and starving whole cities. If they get away with this without effective revolt, then there is little hope for the rest of us. The shouting from windows is not going to do it.

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