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Larry Fink at WEF destroys net zero due to AI power demands: ‘The world is going to be short power. And to power these data companies you cannot have just this intermittent power like wind & solar. You need dispatchable power’

At the WEF, Larry Fink ironically destroys net-zero when it comes to the power needed for AI: "By 2030 [data centers] need 30 gigawatts.. Where's that power gonna come from? To power these data companies you can't have intermittent power like wind & solar" — Tim Hinchliffe (@TimHinchliffe) April 29, 2024 BlackRock CEO […]

Author ELIZABETH NICKSON: ‘If not stopped, Greens will become the most brutal oppressors & genocidal maniacs in human history’ The Epic Bullshit of Catastrophic Climate Change COP 28 is the Codification of Elite Hate, and Lies all the Way Down. By ELIZABETH NICKSON Nickson, author of Eco-Fascists: How Radical Conservationists Are Destroying Our Natural Heritage Excerpt: In Dubai at Cop 28, they devised a slave system for the world. Such are the fruits […]

Great Travel Reset: Britons who travel abroad more than once a year would face punitive ‘frequent flyer’ levies under Green Party proposals Greens plan to clip the wings of families who travel abroad more than once a year with ‘frequent flyer’ levies, scrap Trident and increase NI rates, under party’s election pledges By KUMAIL JAFFER Britons who travel abroad more than once a year would face punitive ‘frequent flyer’ levies under Green Party proposals. The party – […]

Great Travel Reset: UK Green Party pushes ‘frequent flyer levies’ to reduce your ‘aerial carbon footprint’ – ‘The freedom to fly at will is an incredible privilege’ – ‘Too much air travel is taking place’

Nick Bowett – – Jan 2023: We need to think about cutting carbon equivalent emissions in every sector, including those that are difficult to decarbonise – such as aviation – in a culturally sensitive way. Introducing a frequent flyer levy would force frequent fliers to think more about their aerial carbon footprint and give them a financial incentive to lower it. …

Instead of hiking the price of all flights a fairer way to counter the burgeoning demand for air travel is to impose a frequent flyer levy. Under well detailed Green Party proposals, this would allow people to take one return flight a year, with no extra levy, so people could go on annual holidays and visit any family they may have abroad. A frequent flyer levy will make people consider if the trip they want to make is necessary and incentivise them to consider taking less carbon intensive forms of transport. … The freedom to fly at will to almost any country in the world – in hours – is an incredible privilege which is now largely overlooked as travelling far afield has become so commonplace, but unfortunately, aviation is notoriously difficult to decarbonise. …

Too much air travel is taking place which is warming our planet, hence damaging ecosystems which we rely on for food, and so forth. More British people travel abroad each year than any other nationality, so it is entirely fitting for the UK to show leadership on tackling this aspect of the climate emergency. 

Biden EPA Rules Will Cause Blackouts for Millions of Americans, Study Warns Washington Free Beacon By Thomas CatenacciJune 12, 2024 President Joe Biden’s aggressive climate regulations targeting fossil-fuel-fired power plants will create widespread electric grid instability and lead to mass blackouts impacting millions of Americans, according to a recent study commissioned by North Dakota’s state government. The research, conducted in May by the firm Always On […]

How California’s ‘neo-feudal reality’ became a warning to the world: ‘A new dominant class of oligarchs & woke bureaucrats has bled the Golden State dry’

JOEL KOTKIN: California is not only home to by far the highest number of billionaires in the US. But it also suffers the highest proportion of Americans living in poverty and the widest gap between middle- and upper-middle-income earners of any state. It endures among the US’ highest rates of unemployment, as well as massive net outmigration, an exodus that has increased sharply since 2019. It also has 30 per cent of the nation’s homeless population, with some now living in ‘furnished’ caves. …

Unable to provide upward mobility for most, California has chosen to expand what Marx described as ‘the proletarian alms-bag’ for the masses, who are increasingly disconnected from the state’s economy. The state spends a larger share of its budget on welfare than virtually any other state. Rather than seek to expand the economic pie, the oligarchic classes prefer an expansion of redistribution. They favour concepts like a ‘universal basic income’ or subsidies for basics like rent and electricity. Some claim California will be able to foot the bill with profits made from artificial intelligence. Once the epitome of competitive capitalism, the tech industry now promotes, as one Silicon Valley wag put it, ‘feudalism with better marketing’. … 

These policies are a disaster for many. Today one in five Californians – many working – lives in poverty (using a cost-of-living adjusted poverty rate). The Public Policy Institute of California estimates another fifth live in near-poverty – roughly 15million people in total. With the exception of Asians, the state’s racial minorities do far worse – in education, incomes and homeownership – than they do virtually anywhere else in the country. … 

Rather than address class issues, California’s progressive project focusses on issues like gender, abortion and race. All provide excellent ways to virtue-signal without threatening the ruling cabal of the oligarchical elite, the government bureaucracy and the political class. This has led California to pass such measures as mandates for stores to have gender-neutral toy sections and allowing children to change genders without parental approval. …

Draconian climate-change policies, now a central part of Democratic Party dogma, have driven California’s decline. Latinos are particularly impacted….The governor has even blamed climate change for much of the problem.

Euro election shock: Voters ‘rejected the eco-socialist consensus that has prevailed for decades’ – ‘The green blob is slinking away its tail between its legs’ ‘May you live in interesting times’, it is sometimes wished. I’m not so sure myself. The chaos that is engulfing the western world is nothing if not unnerving. It’s not all – or even mostly – climate related, but the comments reported below from the outgoing head of the German stock exchange show that […]

POLITICO: ‘Europe’s Greens take a beating at the polls. Is the US next?’ By JOEL KIRKLAND Climate action on the other side of the Atlantic flourished after the “green wave” and “quiet revolution” of the 2019 elections elevated the Green Party into a force in the European Parliament. Five years later, a reversal of political fortunes in Europe could upend the move to zero-carbon energy and a hard […]

UK Times: Europe’s Green rollback has arrived! The ‘days of climate consensus have gone’ By Ben Spencer Science Editor, Sunday Times The European green wave, which has surged across the continent since 2019, finally came to a halt yesterday, dying on the dry sands of public opinion. The results of the European elections spell an end to the greenest EU parliament ever seen. The Green grouping — elected […]