limate and earth changes frighten us deeply. The numbers are indisputable. The impact of humans on the environment is well-documented and terrifying. At the same time, our societies are filled with injustice, exploitation, and competition. It seems we are on the brink of extinction. That is, only if we firmly believe in the human-cosmic connection, as our ancestors did. And if, in parallel, we only see what is not working in our world today.
And if we forget that the first five massive extinctions were not caused by humans because they haven’t existed yet. But understanding what is happening does not necessarily mean that we can do anything about it or that we know what should be done. The burning question of our time is what is causing global climate change and whether humans can survive.
And while the rich build underground bunkers to spend a few years without civilization, and scientists warn that the first five extinction events were caused by comets (one of which apparently brought the medieval Justinian plague virus, which funnily enough first appeared in China) or supervolcano eruptions, and climate change was the result of these cosmic cataclysms, world leaders are doing their best by changing people’s diets to a plant-based diet and slowly reducing the population by introducing sustainable growth laws whose first goal is to eliminate meat production in order to save the poor and the planet, even though there is no scientifically sound connection between these factors.
The current extinction rate is 100 to 1,000 times higher than the normal rate of extinction
The first animal we know of whose extinction can be attributed solely to human intervention is the dodo, which once lived in a royal piece with no natural enemies on the island of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean. But when the first settlers arrived in the 16th century, they thought this incredibly fast, athletic, and super-smart ground-nesting bird would be the perfect food for crews on long sailing trips across the ocean.
Without knowing or thinking what rats, monkeys, and pigs would do to their beloved, tasty dodo, the Portuguese brought them on their ships, and together they exterminated the dodo on the island by 1681. So in this case, people actually managed to screw up their own businesses. But that has always been the case. All the interventions in nature that humans have made over the last 10,000 years, when they started settling, farming, and harming have damaged the natural flora and fauna.
Scientists cannot precisely quantify the extinction rate, past or present due to numerous factors such as the still uncategorized biodiversity and fossil records that don’t show smaller species. What is certain, however, is that humans, as the largest global predator, have caused species extinction, deforestation, overfishing, ocean acidification, wetland destruction, and amphibian population decline, and there is no continent or ocean that has been exempt.
And the usual suspects in the global geopolitical narrative are overpopulation and meat-based diets. This may sound reassuring if you just want to do something to change things for the better because you firmly believe that this change will restore the natural order because you do not believe that the essence of the natural order is change and adaption, but not in the sense of Darwinian competition, but in the lost, ancient, communal sense, just as animal packs do.
However, if everyone just stopped making babies and eating meat, it would undoubtedly lead to the extinction of the human species, and the Earth would once again thrive as it did billions of years ago, before humans came along and tried to make sense of life on Earth.
UN Agenda 2030
If we continue with mainstream philosophy, we would have to conclude that people do not like people and that people blame people for everything. This means that humans will never make sense of anything, especially life on Earth because it is against their nature. Understanding something is simply not possible on a human level, but what is possible is to act.
Wait, understanding has always been part of human progress. True, but only because we appointed some individuals we thought were intellectually, genetically, or economically better than us to tell us how to act. Because thinking is hard. It is a process that consists of several phases, layers, and standpoints that when skipped, will not provide the most truthful conclusions.
Thinking and discerning is a long, arduous and lonely process without any known support and it’s simply not productive to impose it on everyone. Imagine what would happen if all people suddenly started thinking until they came to the best conclusions. Well, nothing would happen because they would never finish the process. Just like in that Monthy Python sketch with the philosophers playing football.
And so it is far more economical to decide who thinks and makes recommendations and who enforces them for the common good, which must also be defined.
Human society has a long history of governance. Today’s UN, WEF, WHO, IMFC, ECB, Fed, FOPC, IBRD, NATO, and other acronyms are just the best way yet to govern the largest and neediest species of all, humans. Faced with the current situation where the extinction rate is rapidly increasing due to numerous factors, our leaders have decided that individual rights are a threat to the global community and as early as 1992, the United Nations issued a plan for green transformation and sustainable development, Agenda 21, which was expanded in 2015 to Agenda 2030 and adopted by all 193 member states.
What is the point of blaming people for climate change?
Goal 1 of the UN Agenda 2030 is to end poverty in all its forms everywhere because historically the poor have always been the biggest problem of the ruling class. Goal 2 is to end hunger, achieve food security, and promote sustainable agriculture. So, if you own livestock and they can drink from a stream, you should permanently fence off your own land to prevent potential fish habitat from being affected.
At the heart of Agenda 2030 is the goal of eliminating meat consumption and using pastures to grow wheat, maize, and soya for human consumption. “Grazing livestock” is described as “unsustainable” in the Global Biodiversity Assessment Report of the UN. In the same document, agriculture and private property are also described as “unsustainable”.
So the United Nations and 193 member states have decided that agriculture and private property are not sustainable. And there is a method to the madness of why more than $100 billion has been spent on the current global warming narrative but there is virtually no discussion of natural driving factors such as solar and cosmic radiation, volcanoes, clouds, water vapor, and large solar minima. Although it is well documented in the scientific literature that these factors have a significant impact on climate and have caused mass extinctions in previous eras. But how can you blame the volcanoes and the sun? You can’t tax cosmic rays.
Similarly, there is no funded research into military weather warfare or other longstanding geoengineering projects and their impact on climate. Although we all saw how China changed the weather for the Beijing Olympics in 2008. And later. The US is doing it too. According to the World Meteorological Organisation, at least 52 countries have weather modification programs.
Meanwhile, Space X, NASA, and six other space agencies around the world, including Russia, are investing billions of dollars in colonizing the Moon and Mars, and one has to wonder where is the method to this madness. Why is it easier for people to make sense of life on Mars than on Earth?
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