For nearly two years, the global elite have been telling the peasantry not to gather across households for fear of spreading deadly SARS-CoV-2. The global elite have closed borders as well (except for the U.S. southern border, which must remain open), because one certainly wouldn’t want to give a variant virus a chance to infect a new area. It is doubly bad when people from different countries mix.
Since at least 2015, when elites gathered in Paris via Gulfstream, elites have been telling the peasants not to emit CO2.
Where are the elite right now? They’ve gathered in Glasgow via Gulfstream, Boeing Business Jet (#WhenAGulfstreamIsTooSmall), and Airbus Corporate Jet for a climate change conference: COP26. And they’re encouraging the rabble to gather and spread coronavirus as well in an indoor “Green Zone”:
From all over the globe, youth activists, Indigenous Peoples, small and large businesses and grass roots communities will be bringing COP26 to life with cultural performances, exhibitions, talks, film screenings and technical demonstrations, all open to the public. Located in the iconic Glasgow Science Centre, on the south bank of the River Clyde, the Green Zone will welcome visitors from 9am – 6pm each day.
Over 200 events will take place in the Green Zone over the 12 days of the summit. Tickets will be available free of charge to the public.
This post is to ask “What news on the Rialto?” Does it look all of our climate dreams will be coming true soon?
Sadly, the G800 was not certified in time for this event…
- “Obama to travel to Glasgow for UN climate summit” (CNN)
- “Biden uses massive 85-car motorcade to wind through Rome – creating MASSIVE carbon footprint before chatting about environmental issues with the Pope and flying to Scotland for climate change conference” (Daily Mail): It was needed as Italy’s lockdown rules allow only three non-cohabiting people including the driver to be together in a vehicle
- What’s our most prominent published author on the subject of climate change up to? “Jeff Bezos parties with Bill Gates as the Microsoft founder celebrates his 66th birthday with 50 friends on a $2million-a-week private yacht before helicoptering them all to an exclusive resort in Turkey” (Daily Mail, 10/30/2021). See also “My new climate book is finally here” from Bill Gates: “Everything you need to know about avoiding the worst climate outcomes.”
A graphic from the Daily Mail that attempts to calculate the carbon emissions from flying four heavy jets (two B747s plus two C-17s with the helicopters, limousines, etc.) across the Atlantic and then driving around.