Backlash against the global elites, many of whom are firmly ensconced in American politics, is growing, especially in light of deliberately engineered gasoline prices that took flight shortly after Biden took office.
Despite the obvious economic disempowerment that has ensued, elitists that convene at the World Economic Forum (WEF), most of whom arrive via private jet, have blared about the wonders of drastically increased fuel prices, claiming that the rise in gasoline prices will ostensibly solve two major issues plaguing the people.
First, the WEF claims that rising petrol prices will allegedly address “climate change,” which Biden has openly bragged about on more than one occasion.
As astonishing as this claim is, the WEF takes its indecency a step further with the second claim: rising gas prices will apparently address “the decline of democracy.”
Shockingly, a WEF puppet, Edward B. Barbier, insists that democracy can be saved if individuals decide to “go green” instead.
Barbier, who masquerades as an economics professor at Colorado State University, insists that humanity can apparently control the entire future of the planet.
“If global warming is to be kept below 1.5 degrees Celsius, the world must act now to reduce carbon emissions,” Barbier insisted, “achieving this objective requires substantially lowering fossil fuel use through a clean energy transition.”
The so-called professor fails to consider the varied ice ages the planet has undergone ever since its inception, all of which have been followed by significant warming, well before the Industrial Revolution.
In addition, he also fails to account for the reality that a “Little Ice Age” may well erupt if nuclear war breaks out, which brings more than one question to mind regarding the West’s repeated focus on Russian President Vladimir Putin and his nuclear capabilities.
Furthermore, Barbier also fails to adequately link the weather to democracy, a strange analogy to make in the first place for an alleged PhD.
“Reducing reliance on fossil fuels and transitioning to low-carbon alternatives also make democratic economies more sustainable,” Barbier declared, “major democracies should work together to achieve these two goals.”
Barbier failed to indicate that the main demographic supporting extreme transitions to green energy include a tiny elite class, many of whom collectively emit more carbon emissions than thousands of ordinary people combined through their private jet usage alone.
The same elites also exhibit utterly undemocratic practices via COVID lockdowns and other anti-liberty measures, and the current insistence on the “green transition” raises multiple questions about the real intent underlying pandemic protection measures.