There are attempts under way to take control of many aspects of our lives. All of these are critical to disrupt society and make us totally dependent upon government.
Exposing what’s taking place and how you can get engaged, Crosstalk welcomed back Tom DeWeese. Tom is president of American Policy Center. He is one of the nation’s leading advocates of individual liberty, free enterprise, private property rights, personal privacy, back-to-basics education and American sovereignty and independence and protecting our Constitutionally-guaranteed rights. He is author of Sustainable: The War on Free Enterprise, Private Property and Individuals and Erase, a political novel.
Jim began by wondering if we’re heading toward an oligarchy where we have a cabal of individuals that have control over our nation and he wondered if this is a strong component of what the Great Reset is all about.
Tom responded that this is absolutely the case. He noted Agenda 21, Agenda 2030, the Green New Deal and the Great Reset. He believes they’re all the same program, just more detail as they’ve moved forward.
As Jim mentioned specific areas being controlled, he started with energy where according to an October 3rd story on Breitbart, gas prices hit a record high of $6.46 per gallon in Los Angeles. California set the year of 2035 to ban the sale of new gasoline powered automobiles with other states following that example. Then it’s been reported that the California Air Resources Board voted to end the sale of natural gas heaters/furnaces and water heaters also by 2035. Think you’re off the hook? WND.com reported that the Green Agenda Coalition is now demanding the elimination of natural gas furnaces and appliances in homes nationwide.
Tom noted that California currently receives 30% of it’s electricity from other states and that by 2050 that need will rise to about 60-90%. What happens at that time when other states have similar needs?
The problem is the drive to try and provide most energy demands via solar and wind. Tom believes wind and solar provide nothing and actually destroy the environment. Trees need to be cut down to create thousands and thousands of acres of land ready for solar and wind farms. This will affect the avian population, particularly the protected species.
Then there’s the issue of natural disasters. Imagine what the energy situation would be like for Florida had they been relying completely upon solar and wind? After all, many trees were destroyed by hurricane Ian.
From energy to travel, the food supply, the environment, private property, privacy, finances and more, learn about the levers of control and how they’re affecting these issues on this Crosstalk broadcast.