zero covid carbon
Before 'Zero Covid' surfaced as the apparent goal of governments in the 'War Against The Virus', 'Zero Carbon' had become their goal in the 'War Against Climate Change'. What is up with this strange 'zeroing in' on the primary carbon source for life on Earth, and an ubiquitous and statistically benign coronavirus? How and why did governments decide that completely eradicating man-made CO2 would 'make the world a better place'?

Likewise with SARS-CoV-2, a virus that has likely by now infected and interacted with a majority of people on the planet, can we not adapt to live with it rather than upend our economies to 'eradicate it? Why such 'final solutions' to relatively minor factors in a complex ecosystem?

In this NewsReal, Joe and Niall discuss the extreme ideas eating away at the social fabric of global society.

** Podcast begins at 02:27 **

Running Time: 01:40:04

Download: MP3 — 68.7 MB

If The Google censors it at YT, watch this podcast on Rumble or Odysee. Show Notes

US Deputy Treasury Secretary: 'Supply chain problems won't be solved until everyone gets vaccinated' - ABC News

'The Green Agenda or How This Energy Crisis is Different from All Others' - New Eastern Outlook

'China's long march to zero carbon', S&P Global

'Russia to achieve carbon neutrality by 2060 at the latest' - TASS

'NASA: Antarctic Ozone Smallest Since 1980s' - VOA News

'It's snowing, and it really feels like the start of a mini ice age', The Telegraph

'Zero COVID worked for some countries - but high vaccine coverage is now key' - The Conversation

Australian police checking coffee levels

'Macron's €30B end-of-term bet to make France great again' -

'Missing workers fuel Britain's inflation fears' - The Telegraph

'Grocery store shelves aren't going back to normal this year' - CNN

'Bed blocking soars as care homes struggle' - The Times

'Chips down as fry bag shortage hits Burger King' - The Telegraph

'Manufacturers demand action over 'cartel-like' shipping costs' - The Telegraph

US president Biden on 'fewer democracies'

'Report concludes UK waited too long for virus lockdown'- ABC News

Project Veritas just wants to ask Pfizer's Senior Director of Worldwide Research a few questions