Morano: Biden’s energy restrictions mean ‘we’re going to be back seeking out endless wars’
The fossil fuel-hating Biden administration is rolling out a “green” agenda in a crusade to rescue mankind from warming temperatures, with an eye on equity and more union members, but a skeptic of man-made climate change says the real threat is coming from inside the White House.
Watching all of those plans unfold is Marc Morano, who documents the environmental movement’s nightmare-like fears at Climate Depot and who maintains the planet naturally cools and heats, and mankind is not to blame for either.
The irony of President Biden and appointed officials declaring a “national emergency” over climate change, Morano tells One News Now, is that history shows bloody conflicts arrive during the earth’s cooling periods. That is because, he says, crops fail and food becomes scarce, and hungry populations start to fight.
“Global warming periods, or climate optimums as they used to be known, are the times of peace,” he advises. “When you have cooling, you have crop failures and resource scarcity, and when you have warmth, you have agricultural boosts and generally better weather.”
Yet the Biden administration, much like the Obama administration, is suggesting climate change could cause food shortages and military conflicts around the globe.
“Biden is stifling every effort he can to make energy more scarce, more expensive, and cost Americans’ jobs,” Morano warns. “We’re going to be back seeking out endless wars in the Middle East and other places, having conflicts, trying to make sure we have enough energy to power America.”
Bonus Chapter #2 from The Politically Incorrect Guide to Climate Change:
Excerpt: The climate activists have it backward. A 2011 study published by the Center for Strategic and International Studies titled “The Climate Wars Myth” found, “Since the dawn of civilization, warmer eras have meant fewer wars.” As author Bruno Tetrais explained, “History shows that ‘warm’ periods are more peaceful than ‘cold’ ones…
John Horgan, the director of the Center for Science Writings at the Stevens Institute of Technology, explained, “In spite of the recent surge in violence in the Middle East, war-related casualties have fallen over the last half-century, as temperatures have risen…
A 2013 study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found that cold eras were dark times in Eastern Europe. “Some of Eastern Europe’s greatest wars and plagues over the last millennium coincided with cold periods,” explained a summary of the study in Science News.