By Duncan Smith
Is ‘climate change’ real?
Sure, it is.
Throughout the Earth’s history, the climate has changed.
But that’s because the Earth is a living, breathing planet and over time, things like weather patterns have altered dramatically.
The Ice Age, for instance, which saw the demise of the dinosaurs.
Today’s leftists think we humans are causing the climate to change, though.
They believe SUVs and cattle farts are much more powerful than, say, massive volcanic eruptions or global cold snaps that last a thousand years.
It’s arrogance, but it’s not “science.”
Thankfully, more and more people are rejecting the “human-caused climate change” lie.
Like the Swiss.
Oh, apparently they’re not as compliant and docile as they’re made out to be.
Eurointelligence reports Swiss Reject Climate Change:
After Switzerland dropped its negotiations with the EU, the country has now rejected a climate-protection law in a referendum. Concretely, they rejected all three parts of the law in separate votes: on CO2, on pesticides, and on drinking water.
We agree with the Swiss journalist Mathieu von Rohr that this failure is not merely important in its own right, but symptomatic for the difficulties facing Green politics in general. It is one thing for people to pretend they support the Green party, especially when it is cool to do so. It is quite another to make actual sacrifices as the Swiss were asked to do.
But what is particularly interesting about this referendum is that the strongest opposition came from young people. 60-70% of the 18-34 year old voted No in the three categories.
Each country is different, but the big yet unanswered question is whether people elsewhere would agree to make personal sacrifices for the greater good. The Swiss referendum tells us we should not take this for granted. The German elections will be the next big test.
“The referendum Failed 51-49. And it took a crushing rejection by Zoomers and millennials to do it,” the report added.
Translation: Today’s young people do not want to be robbed of the conveniences of life that their elders were able to enjoy — like a cheaper, more productive living involving a greater amount of personal decisions and choices.
Good for the Swiss. Now, if only we could get more American Millennials to follow suit.
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