What will the Net Zero by 2050 target really mean?
If they are really serious: a colder, hungrier population with extremely limited freedom. And it seems people were very surprised to hear that
Two days ago I posted what I thought would be quite an innocuous twitter thread about the implications of the UK Government’s target of “net zero” by 2050. Specifically, I showed this graphic from the UK Government funded FIRES project that summarised their recommended necessary strategy to achieve net zero by 2050 based only on evolutionary technological developments (the report it’s from has been around since 2021 and I’ve even posted about it before):
Now, for clarification “net zero” means total greenhouse gas emissions (including methane) must be less than their removals (such as from planting trees). The FIRES report instead focused on an absolute zero target because they recognise the absence of novel revolutionary scalable technologies for 1) capture and removal of these gases; and 2) non-fossil fuel mass transportation and energy production. In other words, if you realistically want to achieve the net zero target by 2050 you essentially have to go for absolute zero.
My twitter thread highlighed the eye-watering points that the strategy required:
All airports in the UK except Heathrow, Belfast and Glasgow to close by 2030.
No flying at all by 2050.
No new petrol/diesel cars by 2030;
By 2050 road use restricted to 60% of today’s level.
Food, heating and energy restricted to 60% of today’s level by 2050.
Beef and lamb to be phased out by 2050
I said that, apart from the extreme limitations on personal freedom and travel, this means either a colder, hungrier population or massive depopulation.
Within less than 24 hours the tweet had amassed well over 3 million impressions (by far the highest I’ve ever achieved).
And, whereas three years solid work undertaking covid data analysis and exposing the manipulation and flaws of the entire ‘official’ narrative had never led to a single ‘main stream’ media article or interview, I was invited on to Laura Ingraham’s popular Fox News show last night to speak about this:
(The interview was actually pre-recorded an hour before it was aired and quite a lot of what I said for context, such as the covid lockdown trial run and new technology challenges, didn’t make the cut).
And here is the interview with Hebrew subtitles.
I was also interviewed by NTD News.
So, although the FIRES report is not new it seems that finally people are waking up to the lunacy of the Government’s net zero target and why it is doomed to fail (as explained by Prof Michael Kelly).
But it’s still a surprise that it is a surprise to so many. All of this is consistent with UN/WEF Agenda 21, the UN “World at 2050” agenda, and the WEF Great Reset with its ‘Build Back Better’ in which you’ll own nothing and be happy, and eat bugs instead of meat. Of course '15 minute cities' now being pushed everywhere are key to all of this (everything that’s happening now in that respect and how it fits into Agenda 21 was explained in Rosa Koire’s 2011 book). As I said in 2021 the covid lockdowns were always going to be the precursor for climate lockdowns.
It’s a conspiracy that’s been in plain sight for a long time.
Update: If you still don’t believe the elites will restrict meat and dairy eating, watch especially the segments of the New York mayor talking here. And note that London mayor Sadiq Khan is his partner in this WEF initiative.
Really glad you are moving on to the net zero scam. I hope you get the chance to look at "The Science"TM this is all based on.
For starters, check out this general description of the modelling. It makes Ferguson / Imperial look rock solid. The complexity is ludicrous - it is completely implausible the outputs of these models could mean anything real. A major part of the exercise is literally "tuning" to make sure the models agree with each other.
And remember you really need to believe these models - they provide the ONLY "proof" of causality for human impact on temperature (as they generate the counterfactual).
open air prison.
this is also what Aaron Russo talked about on Alex Jones's first documentary.
it seems so obvious that this is the trajectory to me, that I struggle with why people resist its reality.
we've started collecting books, looking for early editions, so that our children have some point of reference someday.