The globalist elite is calling for the “equivalent of a coronavirus-pandemic-scale lockdown once every two years” to stop climate change.
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“Under a “climate lockdown,” governments would limit private-vehicle use, ban the consumption of red meat, and impose extreme energy-saving measures, while fossil-fuel companies would have to stop drilling,” according to numerous reports.
“As COVID-19 spread earlier this year, governments introduced lockdowns in order to prevent a public health emergency from spinning out of control. In the near future, the world may need to resort to lockdowns again – this time to tackle a climate emergency,” wrote Mariana Mazzucato, a professor in the Economics of Innovation and Public Value at University College London and the author of Mission Economy: A Moonshot Guide to Changing Capitalism, in October 2020.
“Carbon dioxide emissions must fall by the equivalent of a global lockdown roughly every two years for the next decade for the world to keep within safe limits of global heating,” wrote The Guardian’s Fiona Harvey in March 2021. Back in November 2020, Harvey wrote that in “most countries government intervention is needed, either to regulate to force people and businesses to undertake improvements.”
“We need a cut in emissions of about the size of the fall [from the lockdowns] every two years, but by completely different methods,” said Corinne Le Quéré, lead study author from the Tyndall Center for Climate Change Research at the University of East Anglia in England.
This comes after a series of devastating cyber-attacks against crucial infrastructure targets.
“Cars lined up at gas stations across much of the Southeast” due to fuel shortages after the Colonial Pipeline was struck with a cyber-attack. More recently, following a cyberattack on JBS SA, the largest meat producer in the world, the company was forced to shut down all its US beef plants. “Some shoppers may want to brace themselves for yet another possible supply crunch — this time with meat,” the New York Times wrote earlier in June.