The Guardian Pushes 'Climate Lockdowns' on 'Softened-up' Public


The Overton window is being propped open for Climate Lockdowns now that the public have been conditioned by Covid Lockdowns.


The news paper published the headline: ‘Global Lockdown Every Two Years Needed To Meet Paris CO2 Goals – Study’ but quickly changed it but kept the rest of the article unchanged.


The piece refers to a study published in the Nature journal by a team of researchers at the University of East Anglia, who concluded that CO2 emissions need to drop by the same amount as they have during the recent lockdown period roughly every two years” in order to offset global warming.


The University of East Anglia was at the centre of the 2009 'climategate' scandal involving a conspiracy to manipulate data to support climate change. Their gaming of the figures created the now infamous hockey-stick graph that has since been debunked yet is still one of the most often quoted 'facts' right behind the '97% of scientists agree' lie.


The Guardian have repeatedly published Climate Change stories, often from reports by the University of East Anglia. In 2004 the Guardian claimed that 1/3 of England would be under water by 2015 as sea levels would rise six metres due to the icecaps melting. Still waiting.


Many commentators have concluded that Coronavirus Lockdowns were a way to 'soften up' the public for climate lockdowns forming part of the strategy of the World Economic Forum's Great Reset. Breitbart reports: WEF faced a barrage of criticism before deleting a social media video which praised coronavirus lockdowns for “quietly improving cities around the world”.

Don't say we didn't warn you. As we reported previously: it has emerged that the World Health Organisation (of which one Bill Gates is the single biggest funder) together with the World Economic Forum (of which Gates is also the biggest funder) have constructed a plan which will involve Lockdowns to 'save the planet'. The Covid 'Pandemic' was a dry-run, to test the publics acceptance of draconian laws and societal change.


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