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Sri Lanka was meant to be the poster nation for the World Economic Forum (WEF). It was to be the nation that adopted the Green Deal policies and went on to become wealthy, as a result. In August 2018, Ranil … Continue reading
We feel a deep sense of despair and dejection as we become more aware of the tyrants of this world and their evil plans. The New World Order. The Great Reset. What we tend to forget is that there are … Continue reading
He pops up in the mainstream media regularly and has opinions and advice on every major topic. The media treat him like a revered personality; eager to hear his pearls of wisdom. His skills extend to predictions of what will … Continue reading
Climate activists extol the benefits of electric vehicles (EVs) by campaigning that they will eliminate the pollution caused by current vehicles using fossil fuels. This will make our environment cleaner. EVs will reduce fuel costs and require lower maintenance. These … Continue reading
Slimy, Watermelon, Teal, Chameleon. The shade or stripe doesn’t matter. They are all nation-wrecking Greens. Their plans are geared to destroy the economy by crippling local industries, lowering employment numbers, raising the cost of living, and sending the country broke.
In 2019 on the old Cat I submitted a guest post about electric vehicles. I was neither pro nor con towards electric (or other zero emission vehicles) and merely pointed to their inevitability. Part of that post said: We will … Continue reading
Every game has winners and losers and so it is with climate change. In 1961 the Institute of Geography at the Russian Academy of Sciences, said that up to 63% of Russia’s territory had climatic conditions deemed adverse for humans. … Continue reading