Green-Woke globalization policies are putting people’s well-being and the planet’s quality of life in peril.
In other nations where there has been significant investment in the leftist utopia, laws and regulations to “save the planet” are failing, and one prominent American is warning of an impending catastrophe for the US and North America if we continue to rush toward the bizarre Democrat Globalist “green dreams.”
“Even Elon Musk, the CEO of the world’s largest EV manufacturer, agrees we need more oil & gas.
What does that tell you?” West Virginia’s State Treasurer Riley Moore enquired.
Even Elon Musk, the CEO of the world’s largest EV manufacturer, agrees we need more oil & gas.
What does that tell you?
— Riley Moore (@RileyMooreWV) August 29, 2022
Elon Musk declared, “We actually need more oil & gas, not less.”
The largest producer of electric vehicles in the world has information that the Trudeau Liberals lack.
The candidate for prime minister of Canada and member of parliament for Carleton, Pierre Poilievre, wrote: “Trudeau wants more oil from polluting dictatorships. I want more clean, responsible energy for Canadian paycheque.”
Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX and producer of electric vehicles in general, issued a warning on Monday saying that seeking a hurried transition to renewable energy puts the world economy at danger.
Musk, who is hardly an America First Conservative, is warning us to stop being stupid and stop listening to Democrats because they are on the verge of bringing the United States to the level of suffering we are already witnessing in European countries.
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has caused energy prices in many wealthy nations to spiral out of control, especially in western European countries that primarily rely on renewable energy.
Notably, natural gas costs have increased by an order of magnitude in Germany and France, leaving many people unprepared to handle their own financial crises and unable to pay for home heating.
Musk said that “some additional exploration” of oil and gas resources “is warranted at this time” at an energy conference in Norway, and that should shock people because Musk has devoted his life to a future of electric automobiles.
Musk says these things as he is poised to rule the globe, despite the fact that states like California and Washington have banned all vehicles other than electric ones. So pay attention!
“Realistically I think we need to use oil and gas in the short term, because otherwise civilization will crumble,” Musk told reporters. “One of the biggest challenges the world has ever faced is the transition to sustainable energy and to a sustainable economy. That will take some decades to complete.”
“Many developed countries are indeed shifting their energy portfolios toward renewables and away from conventional sources. As a result, Norwegian production of oil, natural gas, and other fossil fuels reached a peak in 2004 and has steadily declined since, according to data from the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate. More broadly, the European Union — of which Norway is not a member — aims to be “a climate-neutral society” by 2050 in accordance with the European Green Deal and the Paris Agreement, according to The Daily Signal.
Population collapse due to low birth rates is a much bigger risk to civilization than global warming
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) August 26, 2022
In the meantime, a number of nations are gradually shutting down their nuclear power facilities in response to the nuclear disaster in Fukushima, Japan, in 2011. Germany will probably move through with the planned closing of its three remaining nuclear reactors by the end of the year. Prior to the war, Germany bought 55% of its gas from Russia.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
Musk issued a similar warning to the United States earlier this year — despite possible harm brought to Tesla, which exclusively manufactures electric cars. “Extraordinary times demand extraordinary measures,” he commented on social media, noting that sustainable energy solutions “simply cannot react instantaneously” to cope with lower energy supplies. CONTINUE READING…