Green New Deal Hallucination

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Utopia in the “Green” universe is a zombie parade of whackos sitting at the cool cafeteria table in a mental hospital. The “Green New Deal” is a script compiled by opiate medicated inmates at One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest salons. Tragically, granting any validity to a mindset that is totally inept of economics and the most rudimentary principles of business, would qualify for admission to their sanctuary. The eventual result of this hallucinogen religiosity causes the abandonment of all objective reality and common sense. According to Americans for Tax Reform the main points of this “Green New Deal” include some of the most absurd and foolish promises to come out of elected officials.

  • Rebuild every single building in the U.S.
  • Will end all traditional forms of energy in the next ten years.
  • Plans to ban nuclear energy within 10 years if possible.
  • Don’t invest in new technology of Carbon Capture and Storage, just plant trees instead!
  • Mandates all new jobs be unionized.
  • May include a carbon tax.
  • May include cap and trade.

Such highlights must have been conceived under altered states of inspiration . . . No need to worry how much it will cost or how will it be paid for. The green dream moves these fanatical zealots.

Review the entire tenets of the “Green New Deal“. Especially note the impact on military spending that ignores the pushback and core mission of the Global NWO Empire.

“We will cut military spending by at least half to bring our troops – currently stationed in over 800 bases worldwide – home to their families, deploying our valued servicemen and women in their own communities to build up our country’s future and prosperity here at home. Maintaining bases all over the world to safeguard fossil fuel supplies or to shore up repressive oil monarchies could no longer be justified as “protecting American interests.”

While agreeing with a substantial retraction of military bases; assuming that their purpose is to safeguard oil, dismisses the record increases in domestic production, which have provided internal independence in supply.

Climate Change Dispatch cites a National Review response from Jim Geraghty to an article NYT, Wash Post Promote ‘Ambitious’ Green New Deal. As any wise historian would acknowledge the term New Deal is reminiscent of that premier Socialist and Warmonger, FDR. Mr. Geraghty writes:

“It would effectively nationalize the entire energy industry and shut down non-renewable energy companies, with workers given a vague promise to “provide resources to workers displaced from the fossil fuel industry.”

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, roughly 1.1 million work in coal, oil, and gas production; 2.3 million jobs in transmission, distribution, and storage; and 2.4 million workers in motor vehicles and component parts (not counting dealerships). The vast majority of these 5.8 million jobs would be eliminated under the Green New Deal.

The Green New Deal calls for “replacing non-essential individual means of transport with high-quality and modern mass transit.” This is a wonky way of calling for a ban on cars. Who decides whether your car is a “non-essential individual means of transport”?”

This scheme against individual transportation has an underlying goal of creating urban ghettos. Herding the sheeple into paddocks of total surveillance by way of an electric power grid fence is the goal. Of course, little attention is given to the practical production by which those megawatts will be generated. Pure magic miracles will not materialize to power up those tracking devices.

Examine the most outrageous electric generation frauds of the bunch, industrial wind factories. The Green New Deal Is the Antithesis of Green offers a few of those inconvenient facts that dispel that Al Gore fairy tale, An Inconvenient Truth.

“Meeting present-day US electricity consumption, for example, would require 12 percent of the continental US land area for wind.” The two researchers didn’t spell out exactly what that means, so let’s do the math. The land area of the continental Unites States is about 2.9 million square miles (or 7.6 million square kilometers). Twelve percent of that would be about 350,000 square miles (or 912,000 square kilometers). Therefore, merely meeting America’s current electricity needs with wind would require an area more than twice the size of California, which covers about 164,000 square miles (424,000 square kilometers).

In other words, just meeting existing electricity demand — and remember, this ignores the vast amounts of natural gas needed by industry and the millions of barrels of oil per day needed to fuel our airplanes, trucks, and cars — would require covering with wind turbines a land area twice the size of Nancy Pelosi’s home state. The idea of setting aside that much land is nonsense on stilts.”

Blowing in the wind does not store electricity, so base load demand requires fossil fuel generation. Solar production ‘after dark’ is a trick that is not ready for primetime. Both alternatives are not cost effective when compared to coal or natural gas methods. In fiscal terms only through government coercion with punitive taxpayer subsidies can the illusion of green energy render the curse of a statist economy be forced upon our society.

Mike Adams expresses a flawless summary in the essay, The real Democrat agenda unveiled: a new UTOPIA.

“Yes, Ocasio-Cortez is clinically insane. But her ideas — which are almost all rooted in communism and fascism — are shockingly popular among the drooling left-wing idiots who now run the tech giants, the media and the U.S. House of Representatives. If these people are allowed to gain power over the country, they will plunge America into an era of unprecedented human suffering, starvation and destitution.”

There is no deal in the affliction from an environmental neurosis. Proponents of this sickness admire the tyrant FDR because he imposed and expanded despotism of central planning and government. The green abusers hate LIBERTY and individuals who exercise their natural rights. The true danger has little to do with environmental risks and much to do from the extreme radicals who hate a sovereign America.

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SARTRE — James Hall’s pen name — is a retired entrepreneur and former political operative who brings a rational and realistic viewpoint to the human condition. Since 2000, SARTRE has written columns for many popular political websites, including his own called Breaking All The Rules, which he describes as “genuine paleo conservative populism you can trust.”

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