Tucker Carlson warned in a frightening speech that “history-altering events” are occurring concurrently with energy and food shortages, and that civilization is disintegrating despite widespread ignorance.
Due to growing energy bills and the incapacity of countries to generate their own energy sources, Carlson stated that “Europe is descending into poverty.”
“Energy is the key to a functioning society, and the elites don’t care,” Carlson said, adding, “Or maybe they do care — and they’re making things worse on purpose.”
“You can reach a place in your society where the people in charge and their lapdogs in the media become so completely disconnected from the concerns of actual people, become so totally uninterested in the lives of citizens, that society becomes very volatile, and we are fast approaching that point,” Tucker emphasized.
European countries, according to Carlson, have warned of serious power disruptions and imposed restrictions on energy use while funneling billions from their own economy to Ukraine.
“This is not just bad policy, this makes no sense,” said Carlson, adding, “It only makes sense if the goal is to completely destroy the west.”
“Here’s the weird thing: by any actual reality-based measure, Vladimir Putin is not losing the war in Ukraine,” Carlson stated as he criticized European leaders for imposing sanctions against Russia.
“He is winning the war in Ukraine and Joe Biden looks at that as we won’t stop until you proffer an unconditional surrender.”
“This isn’t bad policy. This is nuts. It makes no sense. In fact, it only makes sense if the goal is to completely destroy the west in order to make way for Chinese global dominance. What would be the other explanation for this behavior?”
On his show, Carlson examined the European energy deficit and its effects on the economy and people, emphasizing that “green energy cannot replace” oil and gas in the near future.
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“Everything depends on cheap energy, but Europe no longer has it, and as a result, things are falling apart very quickly,” he declared.
According to the anchor, fossil fuels remain the “key to civilization”, and he added that “so-called green energy is not close, is nowhere near replacing gas and oil and coal.”
In his view, those who talk about replacing fossil fuels with renewable energy are merely posturing. CONTINUE READING…