Biden’s Global Climate Summit Kicks Off Full-Tilt Wealth Redistribution, by MN Gordon

Only a few months into the Biden administration and we know that every time he opens his mealy mouth, grab your wallet. From MN Gordon at

Yesterday (Thursday April 22) was Earth Day.  To mark the occasion, President Biden hosted something called a virtual Leaders’ Climate Summit.

The leaders of major carbon emitting nations joined virtually and pledged to decarbonize the global economy.  Biden even said he’d launch an international climate finance plan to underwrite it.

The virtual summit was a bullet point in Biden’s January 27, 2021, climate crisis executive order.  The stated intent of the order is:

“…to tackle the climate crisis at home and abroad while creating good-paying union jobs and equitable clean energy future, building modern and sustainable infrastructure, restoring scientific integrity and evidence-based policymaking across the federal government, and re-establishing the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology.”  

The virtual summit, as far as we could tell, was a grand exercise in flattery and flagellation.  It was also a smoke and mirrors cover for something entirely different.

Here at the Economic Prism we find the term ‘climate crisis’ to be disingenuous.  Weather is weather.  Sometimes there are fires and floods and hurricanes and blizzards and heatwaves.  There always has been.  Always will.

The fact that weather is now somehow a climate crisis is big government seizing an opportunity to remold the world nearer to the heart’s desire.

You see, the supposed climate crisis has nothing to do with saving the whales.  Like all good central plans, it has everything to do with wealth redistribution.  A key feature involves cancelling certain industries while propping up others, like solar and wind power generators.  It also involves capturing and redirecting massive amounts of capital.

What to make of it…

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One response to “Biden’s Global Climate Summit Kicks Off Full-Tilt Wealth Redistribution, by MN Gordon

  1. Having a child is one of the biggest carbon footprints. The most wealthy have the largest carbon footprint of all – yet neither of these, and definitely not combined make the headlines where reducing carbon footprints is the issue.


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