A "Green Sabbath" & Climate Lockdowns.

TempestOfTempo

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"Hey, lets not rally our forces and look for scientific methods we can use to address climate change and deliver REAL WORLD results for the suffering masses... lets just shut everything down... because EVERYONE has enough resources to just hang out indefinitely at home right? And those people without homes? Lets all chip in and purchase wi-fi routers to place atop the bridges they are living under... THAT will keep 'em fed and safe!"
 






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"Now, as we near 2022, the agenda to reset the economy in order to commodify all life on Earth is entering it’s next phase. In April, the Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero (GFANZ), was launched by Mark Carney (UN Special Envoy for Climate Action and Finance, ex-chair of the Bank of England and Bank of Canada) and fellow climate swindlers John Kerry (US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate Change), Janet Yellen (US Secretary of the Treasury and former chair of the Federal Reserve), and Michael Bloomberg (former mayor of New York City). The group claims to represent over $130 trillion of private capital that is “committed to transforming the economy for net zero.” The membership of GFANZ is comprised of the heads of major banks, former heads of state, the head of the London Stock Exchange Group, and a representative of the David Rockefeller Fund.

This is the same Rockefeller entity which recently helped to create a new asset class which is listed on the New York Stock Exchange: Natural Asset Corporations (NACs). Under the guise of sustainability and saving the planet, the so-called elite will finally be able to put a price on, and purchase for themselves, the fruits of Mother Nature’s labor.

Robert Hunziker explains:

In simplest of terms, Natural Asset Corporations allow for the formation of specialized corporations the hold the rights to the ecosystem services produced on a given chunk of land. The services might be sequestration of carbon or clean water or possibly rare Tibetan mountain air or maybe a lake teeming with trout in the wilderness. The possibilities are endless when auctioning off major chunks of an asset as big as the planet.

The Natural Asset Corporations will maintain, manage and grow the natural asset that it has commoditized, working towards maximizing the profit potential of the natural asset, although, of course, this is not emphasized in the PR material. Nevertheless, it could lead to near-infinite profits. After all, the living Earth does rejuvenate and replenish and service ecosystems on its own accord, a natural process that goes on forever. Why not own it?


Remember when the corporate media lambasted Donald Trump for suggesting that the U.S. buy Greenland? Perhaps that wasn’t just the idle musing of a buffoon. The resource-rich island, when viewed as a series of Natural Asset Corporations, certainly has its appeal after all. In fact, Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, and Michael Bloomberg have already staked their claims there."
 






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"Now, as we near 2022, the agenda to reset the economy in order to commodify all life on Earth is entering it’s next phase. In April, the Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero (GFANZ), was launched by Mark Carney (UN Special Envoy for Climate Action and Finance, ex-chair of the Bank of England and Bank of Canada) and fellow climate swindlers John Kerry (US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate Change), Janet Yellen (US Secretary of the Treasury and former chair of the Federal Reserve), and Michael Bloomberg (former mayor of New York City). The group claims to represent over $130 trillion of private capital that is “committed to transforming the economy for net zero.” The membership of GFANZ is comprised of the heads of major banks, former heads of state, the head of the London Stock Exchange Group, and a representative of the David Rockefeller Fund.

This is the same Rockefeller entity which recently helped to create a new asset class which is listed on the New York Stock Exchange: Natural Asset Corporations (NACs). Under the guise of sustainability and saving the planet, the so-called elite will finally be able to put a price on, and purchase for themselves, the fruits of Mother Nature’s labor.

Robert Hunziker explains:

In simplest of terms, Natural Asset Corporations allow for the formation of specialized corporations the hold the rights to the ecosystem services produced on a given chunk of land. The services might be sequestration of carbon or clean water or possibly rare Tibetan mountain air or maybe a lake teeming with trout in the wilderness. The possibilities are endless when auctioning off major chunks of an asset as big as the planet.

The Natural Asset Corporations will maintain, manage and grow the natural asset that it has commoditized, working towards maximizing the profit potential of the natural asset, although, of course, this is not emphasized in the PR material. Nevertheless, it could lead to near-infinite profits. After all, the living Earth does rejuvenate and replenish and service ecosystems on its own accord, a natural process that goes on forever. Why not own it?


Remember when the corporate media lambasted Donald Trump for suggesting that the U.S. buy Greenland? Perhaps that wasn’t just the idle musing of a buffoon. The resource-rich island, when viewed as a series of Natural Asset Corporations, certainly has its appeal after all. In fact, Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, and Michael Bloomberg have already staked their claims there."
Thanks, looks like a good series of articles. Webb also had an important article on NACs if you hadn't read it:

https://unlimitedhangout.com/2021/10/investigative-reports/wall-streets-takeover-of-nature-advances-with-launch-of-new-asset-class/

The financialization of natural assets serves a greater purpose than just owning property or resources. It's easy to see this is a continuation of plans reported by George Hunt at the World Wilderness Congress (Denver, 1987) to use protected land to collateralize world debt. But the bigger picture is the possibility of reordering the structure of world economics:



Though I can't grasp it all yet this structuring is a necessary component of the 4IR, i.e. the digitization of nature. I'm repulsed by the objectification of life but still think it's helpful to understand the direction "they" want to take us. Allison McDowell is one of the best at outlining the machinations of the 4IR (who I will be reposting) but this is a paper I came across recently:

When nature goes digital: routes for responsible innovation

Natural resources, biological populations and ecosystems increasingly have a digital correlate. Molecular readout technologies now allow for characterizing the genomes of large populations, be it of humans, cattle, crops, wild plant species, up to microbes and fungi. Aerial imaging techniques allow for building high resolution and dynamic pictures of fishing grounds, geological structures, and land usage. The results are large quantities of geospatial, genetic, biochemical and phenotypic data, residing in a plethora of data repositories. Access to these data not only allows studying these natural systems in innovative ways, it can fundamentally change the nature of these systems, since they become available as ‘resources’ that can be mined (in silico, and as a consequence also in vivo) and utilized for human purposes. In biological systems that are already used as resources, digitalization can trigger a fundamental repurposing. Digitalization thereby generates substantial risks. It facilitates biopiracy, a situation in which information on natural compounds is used to file patents or develop products, without consent or a proper compensation of the communities that have the traditional knowledge about the related species, nor a contribution to the biotope’s sustainability. Digitalization also paves the way for potentially disruptive technologies, such as for instance the application of gene drive technologies for engineering ecosystems. Digitalization of biological systems also creates substantial opportunities. Biodiversity conservation can for instance benefit from a deeper knowledge of biological diversity at the genetic level. Economic and societal opportunities lie in innovations that can be derived from the bio-data.
 






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"An analysis published by Deutsche Bank sharply criticises the “dishonest debate” with which the EU is selling its “Green Deal” to the people of Europe. The massive risks of the project for prosperity, the economic system and democracy itself should not be concealed, but should be addressed openly.

Eric Heymann, a senior economist at Deutsche Bank Research, warns that Europe’s Green Deal and its goal of climate neutrality by 2050 threatens a European mega-crisis, leading to “noticeable loss of welfare and jobs”. And he warns: It won’t work without “a certain degree of eco-dictatorship”.

The analyst describes it as dubious that the Green Deal is being touted across the board as “a new growth strategy” which would allow the EU to become a “fair and prosperous society.” While this may look good on paper, Heymann writes, in order to achieve carbon neutral by 2050, Europe’s economy and its entire political and legal systems will have to be changed fundamentally
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For the time being, the revolutionary consequences of the EU’s climate agenda for everyday life are “still relatively abstract” and for most households “still acceptable.” Soon, however, the path towards climate neutrality will require drastic interventions in the choice of means of transport, the size of housing, the means of heating, the possession of electronic consumer goods, as well as restrictions in the consumption of meat and tropical fruits.

And he warns these restrictions and infringements will inevitably trigger “massive political resistance.”
 






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