Grab your loved ones and hold them close, “extreme weather ” is coming. (Also known as winter.) There will be storms, snow, hail and cold weather. But it’ll be extreme. So extreme that the weather will practically be a climate insurrection.
Who can save us from these terrifying catastrophes? The United Nations. (Obviously.)
The UN, already famous for having ended war, genocide, tyranny and ushered in utopia in 1956 has a plan to save the planet. It’ll just take a little pocket change.
$150 trillion. But that’s just a minor detail. Isn’t a mere $150 trillion (also known as 150% of the world’s GDP) a small price to pay for ending the threat and menace of… extreme weather?
The United Nations has issued its predictions for 2024, saying there will be increasing climate disasters, high food prices and more extreme weather.
Human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together… MASS HYSTERIA!
Throughout 2022 and 2023, high food prices impacted the quality of life of people around the world. The UN says these high prices will continue in Africa, South Asia and Western Asia.
Amazing. I can’t imagine how the UN could have predicted that.
In his foreword to the report, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, known to be a bold advocate for climate action, says that, “Investment in climate action and sustainable development is falling woefully short.”
How short? Shorter than a midget trying to climb Mount Rushmore.
The report says that “massively scaling up climate finance” is a “critical priority”.
They say current finance “remains far below the required level of green investment to limit the temperature rise to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels, as set out in the Paris Agreement in 2015.”
The authors have put numbers on what is needed, albeit estimates, saying that $150 trillion is needed between now and 2050 to transition to clean energies.
They say $5.3 trillion is needed every year “to transform the global energy sector alone.”
Or, and I’m just brainstorming here, we could chain every UN employee, especially those in UNRWA, to a bicycle and electroshock them if their pedaling drops below a certain speed. I understand that this is cruel. Especially to the bicycles. But we have no choice if we’re not going to save the planet. And it’s more humane than the forced abortions, bug-eating and reducing everyone to hunter-gatherer level that the UN has in mind for everyone not wearing blue.