Britain’s King Charles has demanded that taxpayers around the globe cough up $5 trillion every year in order to advance the globalist “Net Zero” agenda.
“Net Zero” is a list of unrealistic goals laid out by the World Economic Forum (WEF), with backing from the United Nations (UN), that seeks to advance a globalist collectivism agenda.
Thinly veiled as environmentalism, the unachievable goals of “Net Zero” would bankrupt society and make the public dependent on an unelected corporatocratic elite.
Yesterday, King Charles III delivered a speech at the opening ceremony of COP28.
He said that “they” needed $4.5 to $5 trillion per year to drive the transformation that’s needed because of “climate change.”
The 2023 United Nations (“UN”) Climate Change Conference or Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC (COP28) is being held over the next couple of weeks in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
It is advertised as the “World Climate Action Summit” and is the first “Global Stocktake” to assess progress made on the Paris Agreement.
King Charles III delivered a speech at the opening ceremony on Friday.
“28 eight years ago I was most touched to be asked to speak at the opening of COP21 in Paris which of course culminated in the Paris agreement,” Charles III said at COP28.
The Paris Agreement adopted in December 2015 during the COP21 climate conference stipulates that the increase in the global average temperature is to be kept well below 2°C above “pre-industrial levels” and that efforts are pursued to limit the temperature increase to 1.5°C above “pre-industrial levels.”
However, as former renewable energy manager and head of the German Wildlife Foundation Fritz Vahrenholt discovered in 2017, closer inspection of the treaty text reveals that the term “pre-industrial levels” is nowhere defined in this epochal UN document.
Bjorn Lomborg is president of the Copenhagen Consensus Centre.
He is also the author of “False Alarm: How Climate Change Panic Costs Us Trillions, Hurts the Poor, and Fails to Fix the Planet.”
In a 2017 video, Lomborg explained how much it would cost to meet the WEF’s “Net Zero” goals as laid out in the Paris Climate Agreement.
By estimates at that time, it would cost taxpayers $1 to $2 trillion per year.
Climate activists claim this unprecedented spending will “save the planet.”
However, as regular Slay News readers will be aware, the WEF, the UN, and other globalist organizations and corporate elites have no interest in saving the planet.
The plan will only make members of the general public poorer and more dependent on politicians and “environmentalists,” who will instead become richer and more powerful.
In 2015, Lomborg had already explained that the Paris Agreement, if fully implemented, would lower temperatures around the planet by 0.05 degrees Fahrenheit (oF).
One degree Celsius (oC) is the equivalent of 33.8oF.
0.05oF is so small that it cannot be measured in oC.
So why is Charles pushing forward with the climate agenda?
What he said next holds a piece of the puzzle.
The Paris Agreement, Charles III said, was “a landmark moment of hope and optimism when nations put differences to one side for the common good.”
The “common good” and the “greater good” are nefarious concepts.
They represent collectivism as opposed to individualism.
Collectivism is the foundation of left-wing politics and is woven into the fabric of socialist, communist, and fascist movements.
Essentially, collectivism is used as a tool of social control.
“I pray with all my heart that COP28 will be another critical turning point towards genuine transformational action at a time when already as scientists have been warning for so long, we are seeing alarming tipping points,” the king told the audience at COP28.
As for “tipping points,” climate change alarmists have been pontificating about tipping points for decades.
Since 2001, at least seven different climate conferences have been touted as the “last chance” to stop global warming.
All of them have been proved wrong.
Philip Stott is a professor emeritus of biogeography at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.
He is also a former editor of the Journal of Biogeography.
Stott publishes a blog site called “EnviroSpin Watch” to monitor UK media coverage of environmental issues and science.
In 2011, Stott summarized the tipping point phenomenon:
“In essence, the Earth has been given a 10-year survival warning regularly for the last fifty or so years.
“We have been serially doomed.
“Our post-modern period of climate change angst can probably be traced back to the late 1960s, if not earlier.”
“I’ve spent a large proportion of my life trying to warn of the existential threats facing us over global warming over climate change and biodiversity,” Charles III said.
“All these decades later and despite all the attention there is 30% more carbon dioxide in the atmosphere now than there was back then and almost 40% more.”
Carbon dioxide (CO2) is the building block of all life on Earth.
CO2, also known as “nature’s fertilizer,” has steadily been enriching Earth’s atmosphere, from 320 parts per million in 1970 to 365 parts in 2000, to more than 412 parts today.
CO2 is an elixir of life, supporting plants since the world began and making virtually all life on Earth possible.
We should be celebrating it, not demonizing it.
In 2015, Dr. Patrick Moore gave a lecture during which he said:
“Our children and our publics are taught that CO2 is a toxic pollutant that will destroy life and bring civilization to its knees.
“Tonight, I hope to turn this dangerous human-caused propaganda on its head.
“Tonight, I will demonstrate that human emissions of CO2 have already saved life on our planet from a very untimely end.”
Charles III then describes as many catastrophic effects of “climate change” as time allowed.
“The dangers are no longer distant risks. I have seen across the Commonwealth and beyond,” he claimed shamelessly listing the catastrophes “caused by climate change.”
His list included lives and livelihoods laid waste, repeated cyclones, unprecedented floods, droughts, severe wildfires, and the northern hemisphere having the “warmest average global temperatures on record.”
“We are taking the natural world outside balanced norms and limits and into dangerous uncharted territory,” Charles III said.
“We are carrying out a vast frightening experiment of changing every ecological condition all at once at a pace that far outstrips nature’s ability to cope,” he added in his fearmongering address.
The king’s plan involves bringing together “public-private philanthropic and NGOs so that they all play their part in delivering climate action,” because “public finance alone will never be sufficient.”
Charles then continues by pushing plans for a globalized “financial system” to advance his proposed agenda.
The world needs an “international financial system combined with the innovative use of risk reduction tools like first loss risk guarantees,” he said.
By doing so, Charles III said, “We could mobilize the trillions of dollars we need – in the order of four and a half to five trillion a year – to drive the transformation we need.”
Many may question why Charles III is demanding such extraordinary amounts of money to fight the so-called “climate crisis.”
However, it is clear that the “transformation” to the “sustainable future” Charles III speaks of is one where we own nothing and they own and control everything.
WEF founder Klaus Schwab calls this plan “The Great Reset.”