There is great news for anyone gullible enough to believe that “climate change” (as global warming has been rebranded) somehow menaces the planet. We might be able to stop it in its tracks and achieve climate stasis for the first time in 4.54 billion years through the use of yoga:
India’s prime minister says people will have to change their lifestyles and develop a harmony with nature if the world is to avoid dangerous levels of climate change.
In a speech at UNESCO headquarters in Paris, Narendra Modi said different paths to “economic wellbeing” should be explored by world leaders.
He recommended yoga as one way of fighting climate change, as it offered people a sense of “harmony with self, society and nature” and could create a “social consciousness”.
Lest you think Modi is some kind of kook,
Modi described climate change as a “pressing challenge”, but rejected calls for India to adopt tougher greenhouse gas emission cuts as part of a UN deal, which is set to be finalised in the French capital in December.
Declaring that yoga affects the climate may be a little flaky, but to cripple your own country’s economy in the name of a fictitious crisis you would have to be downright insane — not to mention malevolent.
On a tip from Petterssonp.