The War On Women And Children

Tens of millions of women in Africa die every year because they lack access to natural gas and electric ovens. They cook using dung or wood and suffer severe respiratory illnesses. Joe Biden’s climate advisor was in Africa this week and told them not to use natural gas.

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7 Responses to The War On Women And Children

  1. GWS says:

    Great argument. Too bad the “woke” refuse to listen.

  2. Eli the Pit Bulldog says:

    Once again liberals prove that it is they that are the racist. The Democratic plantation is alive and well

  3. Gamecock says:

    Dried dung is used for fuel by 2,000,000,000 people. It’s not horrid. It’s normal in many places.

    Don’t be a colonialist, Mr Heller.

  4. arn says:

    And in the western world many,especially older people,will suffer from cold weather and no heating until the point of no recovery.
    All according to plan.

  5. Disillusioned says:

    “…incredibly cynical agenda….”

    Exactly. It is a plan. It is a diabolical agenda, which has absolutely nothing to do with the imaginary climate crisis. Climate change is the scapegoat being used to fundamentally destroy world energy and agricultural infrastructures. The destruction has already begun in Africa, Britain, Netherlands, U.S.A. and elsewhere – your hometown sooner or later.

    Brown-outs and black-outs are coming to a grid near you. It won’t be because of supposed climate extremes.

    Disillusionment is a good thing.

  6. Bob G says:

    I’m a traveling salesman and tonight I’m in far southwestern North Dakota a town called Bowman. Bowman is on the edge of the oil field and has been home to many oil workers over the past 15 years. I’m told by my customers that the oil field is dead nothing new is happening. the crews all left
    this is something you would expect when oil is $35 a barrel but it’s been $85 a barrel for quite some time. something else is going on I suspect it has something to do with the Biden administration. Joe Biden is claiming that his policies have brought gasoline down from where they were a couple months ago but we all know he hasn’t done a thing to cause that it’s simply a case of people can’t afford gasoline like they used to and they’re using less of it. somebody should tell Joe you can’t conserve yourself into abundance. oh never mind he doesn’t even know how long the show 60 minutes is on…. says Tim Allen haha

  7. Crispin Pemberton-Pigott says:

    I think it is appropriate to be clear about what the claims are for inhaled cooking fire smoke and other pollutants in a home.

    First, indoor air pollution (IAP) cannot be separated from cooking fire smoke. Cooking produces a lot of particulate matter (PM). PM2.5 is a size, not a substance. The WHO, based on a stack of assumptions and models, many from Washington State U, asserts (attributes) that IAP contributes to the premature deaths of people. A premature death is anyone who dies before the age of 86 (by definition). All the years of prematurity are attributed to a set of contributing causes, about 175 of them.

    No one in the biz is claiming that smoke is a cause of death (look at the death certificates). They are claiming that it has been attributed to be a contributor to the shortening of lives. To prove it you have to know each person’s age, race, haplo-subtype, inoculation history, diet, genetic predispositions, level of health care, exposure time, PM composition and more, The information doesn’t exist. Hence models and attribution.

    Others happily misquote the sources and say cooking smoke kills x-million people each year. Well… It is not like that. Smoke is bad for you. That will do.

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