CNN Coming After Your Home

They want to force everyone into electrical heating and transportation, as they shut down the supply of electricity and make it unaffordable.

Opinion: The next front in fighting climate change: your home – CNN

Global Energy Crisis Threatens to Hit U.S. Electricity Grids This Winter – Bloomberg

Countries are solving their shortages by increasing coal usage.

Column: India’s coal and electricity shortages ease: Kemp | Reuters

China’s coal shortage eases after Beijing steps in, CBA report shows

Earth Needs Fewer People to Beat the Climate Crisis, Scientists Say

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7 Responses to CNN Coming After Your Home

  1. When my home and vehicles are all electric what happens when there is an ice storm?

    These people are totally tone deaf.

  2. arn says:

    I wonder that they use CNN to introduce the next vacc….
    stage of climate faucism.
    That’s usually the job of the NYT.
    (but i love the fake percentage and benefit claims they pulled out of their butts
    and the push for the most useless of all systems = heat pumps.
    Must be straight from the climate research center for advanced Lysenkoism)

  3. GreyGeek says:

    The earth needs few people? Those “scientists” can lead by example and off themselves.
    And Dementia Joe at it again.

    There was an old saying in the USSR that played on the meaning of the words “Pravda” and “Izvestia”; truth and news. “There is no truth in the news and no news in the truth”.
    That is more true today in America than it has ever been.

    • Michael Spencer says:

      A great saying that you’ve quoted (I discovered it s few years back!), but there’s absolutely no doubt that it’s as true today as it was back in the days of the USSR:

      “There is no truth [pravda] in the news [izvestia] and no news in the truth”!

      Well quoted!

  4. Disillusioned says:

    Damned eugenicists!

  5. Conrad Ziefle says:

    I always liked the idea of a ground source heat pump, but they are relatively expensive. In freezing weather, an air source heat pump isn’t going to be much good. And in either case, you become dependent on the increasingly unreliable electric grid. My brother lives in Texas and had a natural gas fired generator that kept their house electricity going during the ice storm last year. He said he could have kept every house on the street going if they could have hooked up to his system.

  6. spren says:

    If these jackal idiots get their way with energy, they will accomplish their real goal of fewer people because they are going to kill many people with their idiocy.

    I think it’s more like we need fewer of these idiots who claim that there is a climate emergency. I think we need more CO2, not less. They’re going to freeze and starve millions upon millions of people to death.

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