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Climate Cultists Latest Food Target. HINT – It’s Not Meat!

The climate change cult has targeted another food item that’s supposedly destroying the planet.

If you think it’s a meat item, such as cattle, pigs, or lamb, you’d be mistaken.

Climate change fanatics are now saying rice is causing the Earth’s destruction.

Yes, seriously!

Sadly, we’re not making this up.

The climate change cult won’t stop its attacks on humanity until we’re all on the brink of starvation.

Carnivores, vegans, pescatarians, etc.

It doesn’t matter what type of diet you adhere too.

Climate cultists will say it’s contributes to increased global emissions.

You must starve to save the planet!

“Rice is to blame for around 10 percent of global emissions of methane, a gas that over two decades, traps about 80 times as much heat as carbon dioxide. Scientists say that if the world wants to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, rice cannot be ignored,” AFP News Agency tweeted with a video.

“What accounts for 10 percent of global emissions of methane?” the video narrator asks.

“It’s not belching cows or landfills, but rice.”

“Under the global methane pledge, Vietnam and several other major rice producers in Asia have vowed to cut emissions by 30 percent between 2020 and 2030,” the narrator adds.

“But the two largest producers, China and India, failed to sign.”


There’s no end to the climate cult’s lunacy.

One Twitter user said it’s nothing but a “death cult.”

Another Twitter user commented that banning rice “would kill tens of millions of innocent people.”

“Somebody needs to stop these climate maniacs before they cause billions of humans to starve to death,” another commented.

Another Twitter user noted how the globalist maniacs at the World Economic Forum pushing this agenda need to be called out on their insanity.

Here are some other comments:

According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, rice is among the world’s most important staple foods.

Rice is one of the most important staple foods in the world. Over 50 percent of the world population depends on rice for about 80 percent of its food requirements. About 95 percent of the global output of rice is produced and consumed in developing countries. Important progress has already been made. Global rice production has trebled since the beginning of the 20th century, thanks to the efforts of national as well as international organizations, including FAO. With the slowdown in the growth of rice production since 1990, however, it has become increasingly important to renew efforts to sustain this crop in order to meet the increasing demand. Meanwhile, land and water resources for further expansion of global rice production have become increasingly limited.

Yet, rice apparently contributes to 10 percent of global methane emissions.

The cultists won’t be satisfied until we’re all starving!


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