Let’s Talk About One The Largest Polluters On Earth by Randolph Jason for Gospel News Network
All these talking heads scream about “climate change”, “global warming” or whatever it’s being called this week all the while they are voting to continually spend more and more funds on bombs, jet fuel for military planes, and all manner of military. The U.S. Dept of Defense is one of the largest polluters on the planet. As a nation, China is by far, the largest polluter and that will not change.
Crazy but true! pic.twitter.com/9ZWvk41rJ5
— Mr. Potato Head (@America1Scotty) November 11, 2021
When someone like John Kerry, Nancy Pelosi wants to stand up in front of the world and scream that the world is going to end if we don’t do something about taxing the people more to “stop carbon pollution”, well, look at what you’re doing before you talk to me about anything.
Never mind the fact these satanic globalist feel the need to fly a private jet to a climate conference to lecture you and I about our use of an SUV or electric HVAC for our homes. The volume of pollution produced by 1 flight of private jet to 1 climate conference would offset 10+ families use of an SUV and their home for a year. The average American family produces about 21 tonnes annually of CO2 while one jet flying a couple hundred miles produces 6 tonnes – you do the math and tell who is the problem. Remember – a family is not an individual sitting the lap of luxury most people will never know or understand.
According to the “carbon calculator” – found by clicking here – one person flying one way, “First Class” (not even private) from Dulles Airport in Washington DC to Glasgow International in the UK – so multiplied by 2 would be 5.76 metric tons for one flight. Our FAMILY – MORE THAN ONE PERSON – ONLY PRODUCES 22 TONS FOR AN ENTIRE YEAR, but yet they feel the need to tell me how to live!!
|2.86 metric tons:||First class direct return flight from IAD to GGW|
Flying a private jet between Glasgow and Rome, where many leaders were previously attending the G20 summit, emits roughly six tons of CO2 per flight, though estimates vary according to aircraft and weight. ~ Source
Abby Martin asks these important questions at the recent “climate summit” where some 118 private jets where in attendance. I’m sorry did I say private jets? I meant 13 nations.
Prime Minister Mario Draghi (Italy)
President Joe Biden (United States)
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon (Scotland)
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (Canada)
President Emmanuel Macron (France)
Prime Minister Scott Morrison (Australia)
Prime Minister Naftali Bennett (Israel)
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (Turkey)
Prime Minister Stefan Löfven (Sweden)
President Guy Parmelin (Switzerland)
President Muhammadu Buhari (Nigeria)
President Nana Akufo-Addo (Ghana)
President Alberto Fernandez (Argentina)
President Ivan Duque (Colombia) – Source
118 jets to carry 13 people and their luggage for a 5 day conference. –
In the run-up to the event, 118 different business jets flew into the airports, according to data compiled by WingX, an aviation consultancy. Overall, inbound private jets to Glasgow and Edinburgh airports were up 525% on the opening day of the summit compared with the previous seven days.
Those taking private jets to and from COP24 include Jeff Bezos, Prince Charles and Boris Johnson, who was criticized for flying back to London to attend a dinner on Wednesday evening. Others made an exit to Cannes in the South of France, and Bern in Switzerland, according to flights tracked by FlightRadar24. ~ Source