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May 07 2019

UN Report Demands Transformative Change

A new report by the United Nations reveals that the planet is not just doomed but really, really doomed if we do not submit to “transformative change”:

One million animal and plant species are now threatened with extinction.

Nature everywhere is declining at a speed never previously seen and our need for ever more food and energy are the main drivers.

These trends can be halted, the study says, but it will take “transformative change” in every aspect of how humans interact with nature.

Overseeing transformative change at this level is every totalitarian’s dream.

The alleged problem is that people need food:

The report’s authors say there are a number of direct drivers of which land use change is the primary one.

This essentially means the replacement of grassland with intensive crops, or replacing ancient woodland with a plantation forest, or the clearing of forests to grow crops.

This is mainly a problem in the tropics. Coercion on a globalist basis will be required to prevent people from clearing land to farm so that they can eat.

The dubious concept of anthropogenic climate change is also given as an important factor. That means the production not only of food but also of energy must be regulated on a global basis.

Since we have not achieved utopia yet, we still have independent nations. UN apparatchiks helpfully tell them what they must do to save the planet.

They suggest moving away from GDP as a key measure of economic wealth and instead adopting more holistic approaches that would capture quality of life and long-term effects.

That’s because the “limited paradigm of economic growth” hurts the animals. We must lower our standard of living. Governments must stop encouraging the production of food and energy.

It’s nice that they want to help the animals. But if their goal were to hurt humans, they would make the same recommendations.

On a tip from Lyle.

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