UN climate summit concluded with pro-planet, anti-human theme

UN climate summit concluded with pro-planet, anti-human theme

Pictured: Demonstrators call for the end of fossil fuels at the COP28 climate change summit. 

UN climate summit concluded with pro-planet, anti-human theme

A vocal skeptic of climate change, in particular the claim human beings are dooming mankind with fossil fuels, says that anti-human movement took a huge step forward when a conference concluded in Dubai.

When the COP28 UN Climate Summit concluded last week, nearly 200 countries had signed a document that pledges to move away from “planet-warming fossil fuels,” according to a biased Associated Press story written by its climate change reporters.

UK study says human breathing harms planet, too

Steve Jordahl, AFN.net

If you haven’t gotten the message of the climate alarmists yet, a new study that suggests you stop breathing to save the planet offers another clue.

According to the UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, the exhaled human breath contributes to global warming because it contains gases methane and nitrous oxide. The study, which took breathing samples from 104 adults, concluded that Brits and their breathing make up one-tenth of one percent of the carbon warming their island nation.

That study comes after climate scientists have warned everything from driving gas-powered automobiles to eating meat are selfish acts because they contribute to a warming planet.

Cal Beisner is a climate change skeptic at the Cornwall Alliance. He says people must wake up and realize that studies that warn about saving the planet have a goal in mind to make that happen.

“They're meant to cut down human population,” he warns.

“Humanity has finally done what is long, long, long overdue,” Wopke Hoesktra, a European Union commissioner, said when the climate summit wrapped up.

“I am in awe of the spirit of cooperation that has brought everybody together,” John Kerry, representing the United States, said.

Morano, Marc (Climate Depot) Morano

Marc Morano, of Climate Depot, attended last week’s conference and was not in awe. He came away convinced humans are closer than ever to losing basic personal freedoms.

“Two hundred medical journals, including the prestigious British Medical Journal, urged the United Nations (UN) and the World Health Organization (WHO) to declare climate change a public health emergency," Morano tells AFN.

That development is more significant than dignitaries making speeches and congratulating each other, Morano says, because the issue of climate change has moved to a new phase in which humans must be forced to change their lifestyles.  

"They want to restrict travel on hot days, put limits on flights, restrict energy use, restrict meat," said Morano, who spent a week at the conference.

None of those claims are denied or disputed by the other side, which are easy to find online, but Morano says the save-the-planet movement is accelerating from a how-you-can-help list of ideas, like changing the thermostat, to government-mandated rules that would control your home's thermostat. 

"The idea is they can do this similar to the way they did it through COVID,” he warns, “by bypassing democracy through emergency decree, through executive orders, through unelected bureaucrats.”

A similar theme of 'impatience' 

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the public witnessed a similar situation when urged to get the COVID shot, work from home, avoid holiday gatherings, and wear a mask. People were urged to do so to show we cared about our co-workers, our child’s school teachers, and elderly neighbors.

Many have also not forgotten President Biden famously ordering private employers to require their workers to get the experimental shot or be fined by OSHA. “Many of us are frustrated with the nearly 80 million Americans who are still not vaccinated, even though the vaccine is safe, effective, and free,” Biden said in the  2021 speech at the White House.

Last week’s climate conference had a similar tone of urgency and impatience, according to the Associated Press article. It described frustration by 100 nations that the signed document describes “transitioning away” from fossil fuels instead of a more urgent pledge to seek a “phase-out” of fossil fuels instead.

The idea that developed countries can give up fossil fuels and replace them with reliable solar power and wind energy, Morano says, is unrealistic and lacks common sense. 

“It's not even something that you can take with a straight face,” he insists, “but the media reports it as though this is historic, and all these countries are now going home with these net-zero climate goals.”

If those countries do succeed with their climate goals, he predicts, their citizens will be rationing electricity to keep the lights on, rationing the food they eat, and rationing transportation to go to work.

If the idea of rationing your freedom sounds like a conspiracy theory, articles by Earth.com, by Science Daily, by New Republic, and by Stanford University are urging people to accept it - like masks and a vaccine. 

“Because that's the anti-human agenda of the United Nations,” he says.