Patrick Moore is a co-founder of Greenpeace, but now speaks out against climate change propaganda.
Climate change propaganda is probably the world’s greatest existential threat, primarily because it is driven by public-private partnerships, like the United Nations and World Economic Forum, that are using fear and political agendas to drive policy change for nefarious reasons such as increased mass surveillance, more money, and atomised control over people’s behaviour.
Denis Rancourt has shown that Earth hasn’t warmed in decades. Valentina Zharkova is probably the leading solar physicist in the world, and has shown that the sun is the main influencer over Earth’s temperature. Susan Crockford is a zoologist who has shown that the polar bears are doing perfectly fine.
Like the Covid cult, climate change hysteria is also a cult, but as a Thierry Baudet has noted, it’s a mega-trend, making it pretty much impossible to stop. It’s an anti-human movement, nudging society into believing that people are parasites. My view is that, since the mega-trends are unstoppable, my best bet is to focus on my family first, buffering against the information warfare through parallel structures, less outsourcing of critical thinking, and increased self-reliance.
And also not to forget that, as Patrick reminds us, CO2 is not a pollutant; it is critical for life.