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    ALERT: 14 U.S. Cities Banning Meat And Dairy

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    The C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group, an international climate organization with a globalist mission, is affiliated with a consortium of fourteen prominent American urban centers. This organization has set an ambitious goal to be achieved by the year 2030, including the complete elimination of meat and dairy consumption, a restriction of three new clothing items per person per year, the end of private vehicle ownership, and a limit of one short-haul return flight (less than 1,500 kilometers) per person every three years.

    The report titled “The Future of Urban Consumption in a 1.5°C World” outlines the goals of C40, an international network of cities dedicated to combating climate change. This allegation was initially published in 2019 and was reportedly confirmed again in 2023. Michael Bloomberg, a Democratic Party-affiliated magnate, leads the organization and provides the majority of its funding. The group consists of approximately 100 communities worldwide, including Austin, Boston, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New Orleans, New York City, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Portland, San Francisco, Washington, D.C., and Seattle from the United States.

    Regarding the C40 Cities’ objectives, the media has provided scant coverage. Corporate entities responsible for fact-checking have harshly criticized the limited number of media personalities and news sources that have engaged in discourse on the subject. According to AFP Fact Check, conservative commentator Glenn Beck did not advocate for a ban on livestock and dairy products, as well as restrictions on air travel and clothing consumption.

    The AFP cites a passage from the original report, “The Future of Urban Consumption in a 1.5°C World,” which asserts that the inclusion of more ambitious targets in C40 cities is not meant to endorse their widespread adoption. These targets are instead provided as a point of reference for cities and other stakeholders to consider when evaluating various emission-reduction options and developing long-term urban visions.

    Nonetheless, the inclusion of this language in the report, which may have been intended to address potential criticism, seems to contradict the definition of “target” in this context, which refers to a “desired objective.” As highlighted in the paper, the goal of eliminating livestock, dairy, and private vehicles by 2030 is based on a prospective view of resource-efficient manufacturing and substantial changes in consumer preferences. Clearly, the report’s authors intend to facilitate the realization of this vision. If these were not their principal objectives, they would not have referred to them as “ambitious targets.”

    The assertion made by the “fact-checker” regarding the lack of veracity in the explicitly stated climate goals of C40 Cities is unconvincing, especially in light of the ongoing implementation of these goals. In accordance with the C40 Cities’ 2030 goals, New York City Mayor Eric Adams recently announced the implementation of restrictions on the consumption of meat and dairy products in city institutions, including schools and prisons. Recent developments have resulted in the United Kingdom prohibiting the sale of newly manufactured gasoline-powered vehicles after 2030. Similarly, France has prohibited short-haul flights in an effort to reduce carbon emissions.

    In 2020, the World Economic Forum, an organization that promotes C40 Cities on its website, will unveil “The Great Reset.” This initiative intends to use the Covid-19 pandemic as a catalyst for a global societal reset ostensibly targeted at combating climate change. However, this reset has more to do with the exercise of social control than it does with the climate. If leaders with a global perspective prioritized environmental issues, they would not use private aircraft or own large, energy-intensive homes on the California coast. This is especially noteworthy in light of climate advocates’ predictions that these regions will likely be submerged in the near future.

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    According to a promotional video released by the World Economic Forum (WEF) in 2016, it was asserted that by the year 2030, individuals would possess no material possessions and yet experience contentment. CONTINUE READING…

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