The glorious virtue of killing folk to save the world

Imagine the death rate and carnage if we depended only on ‘renewable’ wind and solar during a blizzard.
_________________

The glorious virtue of killing folk to save the world

Imagine the death rate and carnage if we depended only on ‘renewable’ wind and solar during a blizzard
By tomOmason

Imagine the death rate and carnage that would have been caused if Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York were powered mainly by ‘renewable’ wind and solar.

Just imagine…

Just imagine if Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York sometime in the future mandated that renewables were to be the main power suppliers, and that citizens could ONLY drive battery powered vehicles.

Yes, just imagine.

Ridiculous, eh?

The glorious virtue of killing folk to save the world

But that is what so many of your political representative wish to do. Then they could bathe themselves in the glorious virtue (while no doubt, scamming a profit for themselves.) of killing folk to save the world!

So next time you vote, listen well. Are these people wanting your votes, the murdering sociopaths/psychopaths that advocate your ‘death by misadventure’ promoting ‘renewables’? If they are, and you do not have a death wish, avoid them, AND DON’T VOTE FOR THEM!.

President Trump should stick to his guns while pointing out that during this cold weather it is FOSSIL FUELS – not wind, solar, or more laughably, batteries – that has saved lives.

Hydro and fossil fuels are the only reliable technologies for power when the weather turns cold and snowy.

Run a Tesla across during a blizzard? Only on the back of a diesel powered truck!

How many would have been killed if Chicago and/or Kansas were powered by just ‘renewables’ (aka ruinables)?

Ruinables are worse than an empty promise, they are death!

I wonder how many Chicagoans realize that they now only have electrical power because of FOSSIL FUEL.

Maybe President Trump could thank the coal workers for their vital work in keeping Chicago’s services running during this cold period.


3 thoughts on “The glorious virtue of killing folk to save the world

  1. Why just during a blizzard? Consider a week of heavy overcast, high humidity and calm winds, Does that sound familiar? Temperatures in the 100s – remember the 1930s? – and see how well you survive with only solar and wind generators. That, too, could happen again.

    If only people could THINK for themselves instead of relying on “talking heads” so they won’t be distracted from their “social media,” while actually meeting and being with no one. We live in a fantasy world, but with real world repercussions.

    • Someone is awake, This is the end goal. I think they have known about the coming ice age for a long time and have been purposely misdirecting everyone so that they do not prepare and get caught with their pants down.

      Rural folk like myself will get by just fine, they know how and can live without electricity at all. On second thought, the city folk are where all this irrationality comes from so maybe this would actually be a good thing.

  2. Death isn’t just a feature of heat waves. Today’s (30/11/18) UK Telegraph has a report that the 2017/18 winter had the most deaths in 40 years thanks in part to the extreme cold of last year:
    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/11/30/winter-deaths-hit-highest-level-40-years-experts-blame-ineffective/
    Yes, the flu vaccine was largely ineffective last year, but the cold takes a large toll as well. And with the UK’s push to ever-increase their share of renewable energy portfolio, in old drafty houses with pensioners on limited funds, one has to wonder what their future holds once they have to choose between heating their homes in winter and getting the medicine they need.

    Instead, we’ll hear about the virtues of solar and wind, and the evil of fossil fuels, while digging a lot more graves of the unfortunate.

Comments are closed.