Another world leader living in green-energy fantasyland, this time from U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres.
“Fossil fuels are a dead end — for our planet, for humanity and for economies, ” he tweeted. “A prompt, well-managed transition to renewables is the only pathway to energy security, universal access & the green jobs our world needs”:
Fossil fuels are a dead end — for our planet, for humanity and for economies.
A prompt, well-managed transition to renewables is the only pathway to energy security, universal access & the green jobs our world needs.
— António Guterres (@antonioguterres) March 6, 2022
We have two words for him:
Shut up https://t.co/xNVUaBBT9F
— Kurt Schlichter (@KurtSchlichter) March 6, 2022
If anything, what’s going on in Ukraine should show him that you can’t embrace climate policy at the expense of national security policy:
I want to smoke what this guy is smoking! looks so effective!
— Anas Alhajji (@anasalhajji) March 7, 2022
This is what happens when you make deals with the devil:
Germany is facing up to the prospect that the bulk of its natural gas and coal supplies could get choked off, hitting its industrial base and sparking economic upheaval https://t.co/1Xp3KJMmBk
— The National (@TheNationalNews) March 6, 2022
All of Europe is trying this and is now beholden to Russian oil and gas. That’s why Russia thought they could do whatever it wanted to Ukraine:
your stupid policies just help evil regimes https://t.co/fYYWiyJ5LA
— Proud Aussie Matt Canavan (@mattjcan) March 6, 2022
“Read the room”:
Read the room. https://t.co/uynERuvIKe
— Andrew Stuttaford (@AStuttaford) March 6, 2022
And because of the past decade of climate-led energy policies, we have a country under siege and Germany is restarting coal plants. Well done, everyone:
— Steve Milloy (@JunkScience) March 7, 2022
The only bright spot of all this may be that the world is taking a second look at nuclear:
Nuclear, coal, LNG: 'no taboos' in Germany's energy about-face https://t.co/747fiG6NoC
— Senator John Cornyn (@JohnCornyn) March 6, 2022