BY EVITA DUFFY-ALFONSO
The Biden Administration announced Friday that it’s putting a stop to the permitting process for several liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal projects in the name of climate change.
In a joint statement, “the White House and Department of Energy (DOE) said the pause would occur while federal officials conduct a rigorous environmental review assessing the projects’ carbon emissions, which could take more than a year to complete,” reported Fox News.
American Exploration & Production Council CEO Anne Bradbury described the decision as “nonsensical,” pointing out that “It simultaneously harms the U.S. economy, threatens the security of our allies around the world, and stymies global emissions reduction goals.” The move does indeed sound nonsensical if you believe climate fanatics actually care about the environment, which they do not.
The climate activists responsible for Friday’s announcement wrap their anti-energy policies in warnings about the destruction of humanity. Ironically, however, it is thanks to fossil fuels that climate-related disaster deaths have been reduced by 99 percent compared to 100 years ago.
Fossil fuels provide people with things like heating, air conditioning, durable buildings, and mass irrigation. On the other hand, the outright bans on fossil fuels pushed by environmentalists would leave humanity at the mercy of the elements, causing climate-related deaths.
That seems to be the goal. “They don’t want you heating your home with wood, or coal, or oil, or propane, or natural gas,” Federalist CEO Sean Davis wrote on X. “Which means they don’t want you heating your home at all. These little demons want you freezing to death, because their actual goal is fewer humans.”
This isn’t a radical conspiracy theory, as the environmentalists contend. Indeed, powerful climate activists don’t reveal their true intentions just by promoting anti-humanist policies; they outright tell us that depopulation is their ultimate goal.
Here’s environmentalist professor and World Economic Forum (WEF) lecturer Dennis Meadows saying that 7 billion people is too many, and he hopes for a “peaceful” extermination of 5 or 6 billion:
Men like Meadows, WEF founder and chairman Klaus Schwab, and Blackrock CEO Larry Fink aren’t authentic climate activists who care about the planet or humanity. They preach about saving the planet but constantly fly to climate conferences on private jets and live in high-energy-consuming mansions.
However, they can’t totally destroy the power of the populace if private ownership still exists. Currently, hedge funds and private billionaires are buying up residential homes and farmland all over the world. As the WEF stated in its 2016 promotional video, by 2030, “You’ll own nothing, and you’ll be happy.”
Oddly enough, policies that impoverish people harm the earth. Wealthier nations have cleaner environments and put less strain on natural resources. Poverty does, however, fuel reliance on centralized government.
Policies such as eliminating gas stoves, banning meat, controlling thermostats, and heavily restricting freedom of movement annihilate personal freedoms, not CO2 emissions. Beyond empowering globalists in Davos, abolishing fossil fuels, reducing birth rates, and creating artificial food shortages will dramatically reduce the global population. If the human populace is vulnerable, poor, malnourished, and without basic necessities for survival, Meadows will get his wish, and billions will die.