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Rules For THEE But Not For ME, Hypocrisy On Full Display At UN Climate Summit


While the world’s global elite dine on prime rib and lavish meats, they want us to eat bugs.

These people want to preach to us about carbon emissions and other fantasy nonsense, yet they won’t stop making war and they absolutely refuse to embrace nuclear energy.

If these people cared about the climate at all these options are the solutions they would be putting forward wholeheartedly, not targeting farmers and diesel cars.

At this year’s United Nations COP28 climate summit, these people were served meat dishes of all kinds, while discussing pushing an anti-meat agenda on you and me. The hypocrisy is staggering. 

Never mind that the carbon emissions from farming meat are completely negligible at best, these people are going to campaign left and right to get us to stop eating meatDaily Mail explained the numbers:

The US agriculture industry only accounts for 1.4 percent of global emissions and 10 percent of total greenhouse gas emissions.

Critics of US green policies often point out that countries like China have produced more greenhouse gasses than all of the world’s other developed nations combined.

Just take a look at these reactions from the people, they’re overwhelmingly negative. These global elites need to read up on history, the Romanov family might have a couple of lessons for them.

Washington Examiner detailed the lavish spread at the UN climate conference:

Meat is on the menu for thousands of government officials, environmental activists, and business officials, including briskets, ribs, Wagyu burgers, and barbecue classics.

The summit also has a number of vegan options available, including plant-friendly chick’n burgers, and local cuisine from the first plant-based meat factory in the UAE.



 

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