No Access to Energy is Genocide
Dear Friend of America's Survival,
Petr Beckman was the editor of "Access to Energy" for a reason. If you limit access to energy, you control one's life. On the other hand, access to energy means freedom.
As a media critic for 40 years, nothing surprises me. The bias is terrible and getting worse. But the sheer proliferation of left-wing media outlets makes the problem too big to ignore. One of the worst of the current crop is a "reporter" for Axios, headed by Mike Allen, whose father, Gary Allen, was a great conservative journalist who exposed the schemes and plans of the establishment.
Mike will have to explain why he turned his back on his father's legacy and has hired hysterical people like Amy Harder to write for his corporate-funded rag. She writes, "Trump mocks and rejects mainstream climate-change science and is repealing virtually everything predecessor Barack Obama's administration did on the matter."
So-called mainstream climate change science does not exist. It is a figment of her imagination. The EPA finding that CO2 is pollution is fraudulent. CO2 is essential for life.
President Trump touted Greenpeace co-founder Dr. Patrick Moore’s statements that “the whole climate crisis is not only Fake News, it’s Fake Science.”
Her bio says, "Amy is originally from Washington State and received a BA in journalism with honors from Western Washington University." This is sad, but typical of what's being groomed in journalism programs and schemes.
“For many people who live in the West, but also in rural and urban areas, the ideas behind the Green New Deal are tantamount to genocide,” Rep. Rob Bishop (R-Utah) noted. “That may be an overstatement, but not by a whole lot.” He meant genocide in the sense that the Green New Deal targets for destruction people in the West who produce fossil fuels.
Amy Harder reports: "Billionaire Michael Bloomberg, who officially announced his candidacy on Sunday, has spent $500 million in recent years on global climate-related efforts, and in June he committed another $500 million for a Beyond Carbon initiative."
It looks like he won't suffer from the policies he wants to impose on others.
By the way, Axios is funded, in part, by Google, which runs ads in its news feed about how the social media giant "is helping people manage their privacy."
Axios claims: "Axios thanks our partners for supporting our newsletters. Sponsorship has no influence on editorial content."
Sure. Of course.
For America's Survival,
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