Essay by Eric Worrall
George Soros is desperate for Russia to suffer a crushing defeat, so Europe can focus more resources on international climate action. Some of that action may include political attacks on Republicans.
House Approves Last-Minute Stopgap To Avert Government Shutdown—Leaves Out Funding For Ukraine
Sep 30, 2023,02:49pm EDT
The House of Representatives approved an 11th hour stopgap measure to keep the federal government funded for another 45 days, with just hours left before the deadline to avert a shutdown, sending the bill to the Senate for a vote.
The House voted 335-91 to pass the resolution, meeting the two-thirds threshold required, with 90 Republicans and one Democrat, Illinois Rep. Mike Quigley, opposed to the measure, arguing it lacked funding for Ukraine.
The 71-page continuing resolution adds money for disaster relief, but leaves out military funding for Ukraine, a key criticism from far-right House Republicans who have called for sweeping funding cuts despite pleas from the Biden Administration for $20 billion in additional funding for Ukraine.
…Read more: https://www.forbes.com/sites/brianbushard/2023/09/30/house-approves-last-minute-stopgap-to-avert-government-shutdown/?sh=2732273010b0
George Soros’s article from March, in which he links ending the Ukraine war to climate action;
Russian defeat is inevitable, and will allow world to focus on our real problem — Climate change
The countries of the former Soviet empire eagerly await defeat of the Russian army in Ukraine, and the world will be able to focus on climate change, writes George Soros
THU, 23 MAR, 2023 – 01:28
It is just over one month ago that I gave a speech on the eve of the Munich Security Conference. Since then, so many remarkable things have happened — and have happened so fast — that it is worth comparing my predictions of a month ago with actual developments.
The countries of the former Soviet empire, eager to assert their independence, can hardly wait for the Russian army to be crushed in Ukraine. At that point, Putin’s dream of a renewed Russian empire will disintegrate and cease to pose a threat to Europe.
The defeat of Russian imperialism will have far-reaching consequences for the rest of the world. It will bring huge relief to open societies and create tremendous problems for closed ones. Most importantly, it will allow the world to concentrate on its biggest problem, climate change.
…Read more: https://www.irishexaminer.com/opinion/commentanalysis/arid-41098510.html
How will that concentration on climate change manifest?
We don’t often catch a glimpse behind the curtain of European politics, but such slip was a public boast by then British Climate Change Minister Claire Perry, about all the good they were doing, reaching out to elected US politicians, and helping US politicians to sabotage President Trump’s America First agenda.
UK bypasses Donald Trump to discuss climate change with US city mayors directly
Claire Perry, the Climate Change Minister, says British Government is now speaking to ‘other players’ in US about how to fight global warming
Tuesday 25 July 2017 14:21
The UK has started bypassing Donald Trump over climate change, talking directly to city mayors and other officials committed to trying to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the new Climate Change Minister has revealed.
Claire Perry, who was appointed to the post after the general election last month, said that British ministers had not “missed an opportunity” to tell the US President that they were disappointed he had decided to withdraw from the Paris Agreement on climate change, the news service Bloomberg reported.
She said she had been speaking to “other players” in the US, including the mayor of Houston, Sylvester Turner, who visited the UK last week.
…Read more: https://www.independent.co.uk/climate-change/news/uk-donald-trump-climate-change-us-city-mayors-talk-direct-paris-agreement-houston-sylvester-turner-a7859291.html
Want to see something more recent? Zelensky made a speech to Congress a week ago, in which he affirmed ending the war was vital to climate progress.
… We know the possible effects of spreading the war into the cyberspace. The artificial intelligence could be trained to combat well – before it would learn to help the humanity. Thank God, people have not yet learned to use climate as a weapon. Even though humanity is failing on its climate policy objectives – this means that extreme weather will still impact the normal global life and some evil state will also weaponise its outcomes.
And when people in the streets of New York and other cities of the world went out on climate protest – we all have seen them… And when people in Morocco and Libya and other countries die as a result of natural disasters… And when islands and countries disappear under water… And when tornados and deserts are spreading into new territories… And when all of this is happening, one unnatural disaster in Moscow decided to launch a big war and kill tens of thousands of people.
We must act united – to defeat the aggressor and focus all our capabilities and energy on addressing these challenges.
…Read more: https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2023/9/20/full-text-zelenskyys-speech-to-the-un-general-assembly
Could they make their intentions any clearer?
I provided evidence the British Government, at that time a member of the European Union, thought it was OK for British taxpayer resources to be used to interfere in US politics, to “bypass” President Trump’s America First agenda. I also provided evidence, the words of George Soros, that the utter defeat and breakup of Russia is a green movement priority.
I believe the evidence supports my opinion that if the USA helps Ukraine and Europe to crush Russia, to such an extent the Russian Federation collapses and no longer poses a military threat to Europe, some of the European state funds liberated by cutting defence budgets may be directed towards helping US candidates who support European style green policies.
How else could greens like Soros and his European friends push forward clearly articulated plans for advancing the global green revolution, other than to “bypass”, brush aside or otherwise neutralise the political opponents of radical climate action?