Leave it to the United Nations (UN) — one of the most useless governmental bodies on the planet that we allow to be headquartered in this country — to use climate alarmism, or climate control, to push a woke, Marxist agenda aimed at certain countries, while the biggest “climate offenders” on Earth get a pass.
The UN came out with their “Synthesis Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Sixth Assessment Report (AR6)” on Wednesday, and to no one’s surprise whose familiar with propaganda, the report claims that observing the religion of woke is essential to combatting climate control — excuse me, climate change.
Let’s put it this way, all of our favorites woke buzzwords (and variations of them) are in the report to ensure you feel all warm and included:
“Social” - 50 times
“Equity” - 31 times
“Inequity” - Seven times
“Diversity” - 39 times
“Inclusion” - Nine times
“Adaptation” - 322 times
"2030" (This is when they're saying the world's going to end if we don't act now this time - 45 times
For context, all adaptation means is how YOU can do better at appeasing the climate gods, while the establishment continues to jet-set all over the globe to preach to everyone how horrible they are and how the world is going to end in 10 years -- like it was supposed to have every 10 years for the last 60.
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Here are some passages from the report that display the word salad that is “climate justice,” which were conveniently highlighted for the “policymakers” in a version of the report specifically for them (Note: Entire passages were highlighted. We made the buzzwords bold):
- Adaptation options that are feasible and effective today will become constrained and less effective with increasing global warming. With increasing global warming, losses and damages will increase and additional human and natural systems will reach adaptation limits. Maladaptation can be avoided by flexible, multi-sectoral, inclusive, long-term planning and implementation of adaptation actions, with co-benefits to many sectors and systems.
- Climate change is a threat to human well-being and planetary health (very high confidence). There is a rapidly closing window of opportunity to secure a liveable and sustainable future for all (very high confidence). Climate resilient development integrates adaptation and mitigation to advance sustainable development for all, and is enabled by increased international cooperation including improved access to adequate financial resources, particularly for vulnerable regions, sectors and groups, and inclusive governance and coordinated policies (high confidence). The choices and actions implemented in this decade will have impacts now and for thousands of years (high confidence).
- Prioritising equity, climate justice, social justice, inclusion and just transition processes can enable adaptation and ambitious mitigation actions and climate resilient development. Adaptation outcomes are enhanced by increased support to regions and people with the highest vulnerability to climatic hazards. Integrating climate adaptation into social protection programs improves resilience. Many options are available for reducing emission-intensive consumption, including through behavioural and lifestyle changes, with co-benefits for societal well-being.
- Effective climate action is enabled by political commitment, well-aligned multilevel governance, institutional frameworks, laws, policies and strategies and enhanced access to finance and technology. Clear goals, coordination across multiple policy domains, and inclusive governance processes facilitate effective climate action. Regulatory and economic instruments can support deep emissions reductions and climate resilience if scaled up and applied widely. Climate resilient development benefits from drawing on diverse knowledge.
What does all of that actually mean? Who knows, exactly? You’re not allowed to question “the science” anymore, even though questioning things is exactly what dictates science. Someone has a hypothesis, they test it and then come up with a conclusion based on the results.
It seems as though they use a lot of this woke language as an excuse for their incompetence in not really knowing what they’re talking about. For example, think about Vice President Kamala Harris.
Ever notice how whenever she’s asked a question or just giving general statements, she tends to repeat the same key words three or four times in one sentence presented as if she was saying a lot without saying very much at all?
Yeah, that’s what this drivel sounds like.
Look, should we take care of the planet? Absolutely. Should we let the parallel religion of climate change dictate how we live every moment of our lives? Absolutely not. Much like wokeness, climate alarmism seems to have developed over the years into a mental illness of which no one has even tried to look for a cure except to placate their delusional utopian fantasies.
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