While COVID continues to capture the attention of governments around the world, they haven’t completely ignored the use of other manufactured crises to cement their hold on power. As the public gradually loses its fear of COVID, expect climate change once again to creep back in as the government’s favorite bogeyman. Officials in Massachusetts are hard at work laying the groundwork for future regulations to “combat climate change,” and the implications for American households are terrifying.
According to the Massachusetts government, 60% of emissions come from residential heating and from passenger cars, thus making significant cuts to emissions will require large cuts to those two sectors. And that, according to Massachusetts’ undersecretary for climate change, will require the government to break your will.
You heard that right. The official, David Ismay, stated: “60% of our emissions that need to be reduced come from you, the person on your street, the senior on fixed income. Right now, there is no bad guy left, at least in Massachusetts, to point the finger at and turn the screws on and now break their will, so they stop emitting. That’s you. We have to break your will.”
Notice that he didn’t say that he wants you to reduce your emissions. He wants you to stop your emissions. That means no more driving a car and no more heating your house, at least not according to conventional methods. You need a car to buy groceries or get your medication? Too bad, so sad. Oh, you might freeze to death during the winter? Great, now you’re no longer emitting anything!
This should serve as a reminder that the watermelons (Green on the outside, Red on the inside) pushing this nonsense couldn’t care less about you, and they couldn’t care less about the environment. They’re less concerned with saving the planet and more concerned with maintaining and exerting control over the populace. Mass die-offs aren’t a bug to them, they’re a feature of their policies. Anyone who may sympathize with saving the environment needs to realize this, and push back hard against these harmful policies.