Newsweek trusts you'll ignore the word "if" and hawks the trillion dollar payday for climate terror. From "IF" by Rudyard Kipling
Newsweek makes business dreams its master, with its catastrophic alarmist Earth Day issue. It's loaded with brilliant
photographs of 100 places on earth endangered by man caused global warming. Buried in the massive piece of emotional alarmism is one small word, which renders their entire effort fantasy. Yet they parade this decades long, hateful cause behind which trillions of carbon trading dollars are screaming.
- "If you can dream—and not make dreams your master;
- If you can think—and not
- make thoughts your aim; "...
reparations in perpetuity in favor of equatorial dictators, UN grifters, and billionaire hedge fund thugs. For a massively promoted, criminally false assumption that has no basis in fact.
Before making such grandiose and predictions, it would be nice to be sure about it. No matter, everyone will see and remember the enormous, catastrophic images. Few will see the tiny word, "if."
Reference, Newsweek, "Our Endangered Planet"
- In the process, America and its citizens are demonized and must pay
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