Eat Bugs and Don’t Wash Your Clothes: Here Are the MOST Insane “Climate Change” Plans Coming to a City Near You


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If you don’t want to eat bugs, you’re racist.  If you do laundry every day you’re sexist.  And climate change is a bigger threat to America than China, Iran, or Russia.  The last few years—especially the last few months—have seen some truly puerile inanity from the climate change crazies.  In this article, I would like to highlight a few of the worst—just to remind you this is how utterly insane the leftist, globalist worldview is; and how worried you should be that many of these people rule our world.

First of all, to start off the climate crazy, here’s a social media post from the highly influential World Economic Forum (WEF) from April 2021 explaining why you are racist if you don’t want to eat bugs (unfortunately, both the original post and the article seem to have been taken down since by WEF).  WEF has been consistently pushing countries to adopt bug-based diets as a method of fighting so-called climate change, and in April WEF decided to take a different tactic to accomplish that goal.  “When being anti-bug is bigotry: billions of people across the world eat insects as a part of their daily diet.  We ask: is it racist to not want to transition to a bug-based diet?” the post stated.  I wonder if WEF asked whether or not non-whites around the world would actually prefer eating bugs to eating beef if both were cheap and obtainable?  In any case, I am all for people having the choice to eat insects if they want to do so.  I am no cultural imperialist.  But I also think that those of us who don’t like eating bugs and who know how healthy animal protein actually can be should not be forced to eat insects—in the name of either climate change or anti-racism.  My dislike of snacking on beetles has nothing whatsoever to do with the fact that Asian cultures make insect-based dishes.  The bloodsuckers at WEF should stop bugging us to adopt oppressive policies for idiotic reasons.

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Microsoft’s Bill Gates said this back in 2010, but I think it deserves a place in this article because of how much media and medical influence Gates still has, and how extreme his “solution” for climate change is (he was speaking about ways to reduce the effects of supposed man-made climate change):

“First we’ve got population. The world today has 6.8 billion people. That’s headed up to about 9 billion. Now if we do a really great job on new vaccines, healthcare, reproductive health services, we could lower that by perhaps 10 or 15 percent [emphasis added].”

To continue, here’s a singularly stunning instance of climate crazy, from the Belfast Telegraph in 2019, by Mary Kenny.

“Climate change, we are told, is the greatest threat to our universal civilisation, but there is one simple alteration that each one of us could make, daily, in our lives to contribute to the reduction of environmental harm – not taking a shower every day,” Kenny begins her virtue-signaling piece.  “Showering (and taking baths) is one of the major sources of energy usage. Climate change and water usage are inextricably linked, says Aaron Burton, an Australian-born world expert on water efficiency.”  Kenny lectures, “So, if you want to do something for the planet, restrict your showers. A shower every other day is quite sufficient. For older people, a shower once every three days is fine, and a policy I usually practice. If you feel a tiny bit grubby, you can always do a ‘top and tail’ wash in a basin, which is what people did, routinely, until about 40 years ago.”  To make it even more uncomfortable and wacky, Kenny adds, “So, how do you shift the cultural expectations that come with a daily, or maybe twice-daily, shower? We have to go back to being a bit less fastidious. Cleanliness is not next to Godliness. A measure of dirt never did anyone any harm. What’s wrong with an odour of healthy sweat? Napoleon thought it sexy.”

Kenny has all kinds of other downright weird recommendations, such as using the bathroom in the shower to save some toilet water and doing less laundry because usually women have to do it (apparently laundry is sexist).  Kenny demands that politicians who prate about climate change start taking fewer showers, but somehow I doubt the elites are going to reduce their water use anymore than they are going to stop flying around in private jets or eat bugs exclusively instead of steak.  Also, while China remains the biggest polluter in the world, I just don’t think my making my family’s life miserable by refusing to wash is going to stop the polar ice caps from melting (they’re not, by the way).

Kenny also doesn’t address how important hygiene is to health.  Washing every day actually can be a significant factor in staying healthy and avoiding what used to be dangerous and ubiquitous diseases (especially for those whose jobs cause them to sweat a lot, like athletes).  I don’t entirely disagree with Kenny that letting children get dirty helps build up an immune system—I would not freak out if my toddler ate dirt once or twice in his life.  And taking seven-minute showers every day instead of 45-minute showers (to use an extreme example) will probably help your water bill, even if it doesn’t help the environment significantly.  Ultimately, however, neither Kenny nor I have the right to tell other people how long they are allowed to shower, or how often, and being dirtier will not help your health.

Also, for all that she seems to think laundry is misogynistic, Kenny cites two patriarchal-type white men (Napoleon and James Joyce) to back up her argument.  Sort of ironic, yes?

While Kenny’s 2019 harangue represents one of the nuttier and more extreme versions of this climate craziness, many others have recommended showering less to save the earth since then.  ABC Australia, for instance, published a milder option in August 2020—showering for much less time and with a water-saving showerhead—still playing up climate hysteria and assuming a morally superior tone, however.

Meanwhile, Big League Politics reported on Dec. 26: “A bizarre new video of the globalist World Economic Forum is ordering citizens of western countries to cease washing their clothes in order to fight climate change, following the WEF’s commands that the populace of developed nations eat bugs and renounce all possessions in order to lower carbon emissions.  The strange missive appeared on the WEF’s Twitter feed on Sunday morning.”  This is not completely accurate; more specifically, the video said that people need to wash their clothes a lot less often, use lower temperatures, and shorter cycles.

So, for instance, the video said to wash jumpers “once a fortnight” and pajamas once a week, but it was okay to wash gym clothes and underwear after “every wear.”  Somehow I’m thinking WEF founder Klaus Schwab isn’t planning on washing his clothes (or having his minions wash his clothes) less often.  Although based on the picture of him on the beach wearing nothing but bits of gauze, perhaps he’s just planning on not wearing clothes at all.  “The World Economic Forum, chaired by infamous ‘Great Reset’ architect Klaus Schwab, routinely insists that decreasing the quality of life of average citizens is the way forward to deter climate change and supposed catastrophe.”

Conflits France tweeted in November 2021 how to be an ideal citizen or ideal consumer in terms of the Paris climate agreements.  Politics For All (which has since been banned from Twitter) tweeted a translation of Conflits France’s recommendations, which included instructions on how often and for how long to shower, the number of shirts and “trousers” or pants you should be allowed to buy, an order to “Stop playing video games,” and a limit of 2 hours “streaming per day.”

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In December 2020, now-President Joe Biden claimed that climate change is “the existential threat of our time.”  No, not China, which is building nuclear weapons, threatening to make other nations “cannon fodder,” and focusing its military might on creating bioweapons.  Not Iran, which is a major state sponsor of terrorism.  Not Russia, which is teaming up with China militarily.  But climate change.  Aside from the fact that it is the nature of climate to change (the Ice Age seemed to have come and gone without any help from SUVs), there is all kinds of science indicating that climate change is not, in fact, an existential threat.  We’ve been told for decades whole countries are going to be flooded, but elites continue to buy beach houses and update predictions as each date passes without the crisis that was frenziedly threatened.  Biden is the same man who kept talking about Covid-19 as if it were comparable to the Black Death, when it’s a virus with an overall survival rate of about 99%.  I don’t think we can trust him on climate change.

U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin (among other military “leaders”—excuse the loosely applied term) also called climate change an existential threat.  “We face all kinds of threats in our line of work, but few of them truly deserve to be called existential. The climate crisis does,” Austin rambled.  Perhaps the heat of climate change messed with his brain, because Austin oversaw the disastrous stranding of thousands of Americans in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan and the seizure of billions of dollars’ worth of US military equipment by the terrorist Taliban.There’s all kinds of other craziness from random individuals on social media, of course—like Dimitri Lascaris, who slammed Canada’s fighter jets by tweeting “The last time I checked, even the world’s most advanced fighter jets can’t destroy climate change”—and the examples could go on and on.  The main point is not only that climate change activists can be crazy, the craziest human parasites (like WEF, Biden, and Gates) are literally ruling our world.  And when you’re being ruled by insane people, only chaos can follow.

4 Responses

  1. Ok, I will stop wearing underwear, using toilet paper, AND showering! Do I get an extra ant cookie?

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