UN To EU: Don’t Dare To Return To Fossil Fuels Amid Energy Crisis

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The UN is out to kill capitalism and return Europe to the dark ages just in time for the Great Reset. When Europe was invaded by Islamic immigrants, it made the same demand to not “renege” on their previous immigration quotas. In both cases, the UN started these policies and are now shaming countries that don’t comply.

This ought to expose the UN for being little more than a mafia-style group of thugs who will enforce their agenda at any cost to human life. ⁃ TN Editor

The world is grappling with the worst energy crisis in generations however the U.N. has warned Europe a return to fossil fuels in response to soaring prices and winter shortages must not be considered under any circumstances.

Russia has reduced supplies of gas to Europe since its invasion of Ukraine, sending fuel prices soaring, while supply chain issues in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic have also hit deliveries.

Despite those travails, “There is no room for backtracking in the face of the ongoing climate crisis,” deputy U.N. rights chief Nada Al Nashif told the United Nations Human Rights Council.

She claimed the devastating floods affecting more than 33 million people in Pakistan are an example of what will happen to the world’s climate if there is a massed return to fossil fuels instead of seeking alternatives.

“How many more tragedies of this sort do we need before the urgency of the moment jolts us into action?” she pleaded.

Speaking at the opening of the council’s 51st session in Geneva, Al Nashif acknowledged soaring energy prices in Europe “threaten to impact the most vulnerable as winter approaches.”

Al Nashif pointed out “some E.U. member states are turning to investments in fossil fuels infrastructure and supplies” and declared they must stop.

“While that impulse is understandable, I urge the E.U. and its member states to consider the long-term consequences of locking in more fossil fuel infrastructure,” she declared.

“It is essential to accelerate the development of energy efficiency projects and renewables.”

Al Nashif urged all countries “to seek an ambitious outcome” at the next U.N. climate conference, COP27, set down for Egypt in November.

They should seek to “address loss and damage and meet and increase climate finance commitments”, she said, noting claims for financial redress will be on the table.

Even as the U.N. looks towards Europe and scolds any potential return to fossil fuel as a power source, elsewhere nothing has changed.

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Patrick Wood
Patrick Wood is a leading and critical expert on Sustainable Development, Green Economy, Agenda 21, 2030 Agenda and historic Technocracy. He is the author of Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation (2015) and co-author of Trilaterals Over Washington, Volumes I and II (1978-1980) with the late Antony C. Sutton.
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mudpie dickens

As Blaise Pascal once noted, once science is divorced from ethics, scientists will use their skills to pursue power, not truth.[1] The late Dr. Michael Chricton put is similarly years later, noting “as Alston Chase put it, ‘when the search for truth is confused with political advocacy, the pursuit of knowledge is reduced to the quest for power.’”The following paper is a case [2] study in this exact issue. What is behind the global warming? The same thing that was behind the global cooling scare of the 1970s: The 1974 Club of Rome report titled, Mankind at the Turning Point… Read more »

mudpie dickens

Farley Mowat, the noted Canadian leftist and Greenpeace activist, wrote in his book West Viking  (written while we were still in the global cooling scare) that there were probably at least dwarf forests growing in Greenland [1] when the Vikings arrived in 985 AD and the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History reports “… Erik the Red discovered two areas of southwest Greenland which were suitable for farming, with grasslands and small stands of alder and birch.” [2] You will note that it is too cold today for any type of forests to grow in Greenland, and there is zero ability to… Read more »

Anne

One of the biggest threats to humanity are humans that have been taken over by the devil. As some us can plainly see. These people are using every lie in the book to deprive people of every blessing and benefit we have sometimes taken for granted. We are being blamed and on the verge of being punished for things we have nothing to do with, nor have any control over. All of the mumble jumble we keep hearing about climate change, variants of covid and so forth are nothing more than excuses to rob people of their possessions, livelihoods, human… Read more »

Michael

Why are children always used as human shields for causes, worthy or unworthy? In this particular instance, it is the elderly who are by far at the greatest risk from cold weather – which, to the shame of my benighted homeland, claims an average of 25,000 lives (the size of a small town) every year in the UK. One shudders to imagine what the death toll will be this winter, with energy and commodity prices going through the roof. But who cares? Most of the victims will, once again, be the frail elderly, dubbed “useless eaters” by the arrogant globalists… Read more »

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Heidi

Wouldn’t it be nice if the awake and aware in the European Union would peacefully but with determination take over the existing and now artificially paralyzed pipelines which were bought with their tax money and provide it to communities which show interest in reestablished ‘energetic’ relations with Russia? If hundreds of thousands of citizens get together, how can the few control the outcome? Honestly, what else can you do to survive and take bac control over essential resources if not repossessing what is ones own and not that of corrupt and or idiotic politicians and the faceless agencies like the… Read more »