Jul 152021
 


Politely declining to be acknowledged an ‘expert,’ our guest Dave Plumb prefers to share his knowledge in a scholarly manner, much as he did with the publication of his book on climate change, Conveniently Screwed.

With a future round of planned lockdowns based on climate change, it should come as no surprise that the political parallels between ‘the climate crisis’ and ‘the Covid crisis’ share more in common than a lockdown mentality. They are both elements of the same ongoing political agenda of fascism: state control of every personal and public aspect of individual lives and choices.

The mantra driving both issues follows the same propaganda message: ‘Just follow the science.’ The reality driving both issues is that science has been tossed out the window entirely, replaced by a Marxist ideology under which ‘facts don’t matter.’

But facts DO matter, argues Dave, as he arms us with the very facts “conveniently forgotten” by the likes of everyone from Al Gore to Justin Trudeau. From Rossby waves caused by planetary rotation, to the tropopause boundary between the northern and southern hemispheres, Dave’s scholarly approach to these complex issues of climate has recently been turned from climate towards Covid.

As Dave has inconveniently discovered, getting the facts about the Covid crisis is not as easy as getting the facts regarding the climate crisis, thanks to an unprecedented level of censorship and media control whenever Covid is mentioned. Thus, using the same investigative and scholarly approach he applied regarding climate change, a parallel truth about Covid emerges: facts don’t matter and neither climate change nor Covid present the kind of dangers being attributed to them.

As we should all know by now, but many still do not know, censorship and controls are only employed when the message being controlled is Just Right and the censor is just wrong.

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