Siren sounds, for different reason, over promise to fight 'climate crisis'

Thursday, January 28, 2021
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Chris Woodward, Billy Davis (OneNewsNow.com)

global warming 1The fossil fuel-hating Biden administration is rolling out a “green” agenda in a crusade to rescue mankind from warming temperatures, with an eye on equity and more union members, but a skeptic of man-made climate change says the real threat is coming from inside the White House.

The plans and promises from the week-old Biden administration are head-spinning. President Biden's executive orders seek to transform the nation's fossil fuel-powered economy into a clean-burning economy. The orders also aim to pause oil and gas leasing on federal land and eliminate any subsidies and tax breaks for the industries that are involved in those efforts and hence despised by environmentalists. 

The directives would also call for conserving 30 percent of the country's lands and waters in the next 10 years, double the nation's offshore wind energy, and move the federal government to all-electric vehicles.

In addition to killing the 800-mile Keystone pipeline over environmental concerns, White House officials announced Wednesday they are establishing a White House Office of Domestic Climate Policy, which has a goal of solving the “climate crisis” while creating millions of American jobs, too, and encouraging those new “green” workers to join a union.

hot temperaturesAn executive order signed Wednesday by President Biden also creates an Office of Climate Change and Health Equity within the Dept. of Health and Human Services.

“Because, after all,” climate advisor Gina McCarthy told White House reporters, "climate change is the most significant public health challenge of our time.”

In the same press conference, the new presidential envoy for climate, John Kerry, starkly warned of the “existential” threat of climate change. He announced a new executive order coming from President Biden that makes climate change “central to foreign policy planning, to diplomacy, and to national security preparedness.”

Kerry went on to state that a future National Intelligence Estimate on the “security implications” of climate change will require 17 different intelligence agencies to assess the “danger and damage” the United States is facing from a warming planet.

Morano, Marc (Climate Depot)Watching all of those plans unfold is Marc Morano, who documents the environmental movement’s nightmare-like fears at Climate Depot and who maintains the planet naturally cools and heats, and mankind is not to blame for either.  

The irony of President Biden and appointed officials declaring a “national emergency” over climate change, Morano tells One News Now, is that history shows bloody conflicts arrive during the earth’s cooling periods. That is because, he says, crops fail and food becomes scarce, and hungry populations start to fight.

John Kerry“Global warming periods, or climate optimums as they used to be known, are the times of peace,” he advises. “When you have cooling, you have crop failures and resource scarcity, and when you have warmth, you have agricultural boosts and generally better weather."

Yet the Biden administration, much like the Obama administration, is suggesting climate change could cause food shortages and military conflicts around the globe.

"Biden is stifling every effort he can to make energy more scarce, more expensive, and cost Americans' jobs,” Morano warns. “We're going to be back seeking out endless wars in the Middle East and other places, having conflicts, trying to make sure we have enough energy to power America."

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