Paul Cudenec #wingnut #conspiracy

Shocking evidence is emerging from Australia and New Zealand of how the climate scam is being used to impose a techno-totalitarian smart-city future.

The criminocratic global imperialists often use their Commonwealth colonies to try out the most insidious escalations of their tyranny - think of Canada, New Zealand and Australia during Covid.

We can therefore assume that this is going to be the blueprint for the roll-out of their Fourth Industrial Revolution agenda across the world.

The sinister scheme in question, called "Managed Retreat", has been exposed by independent researcher Kate Mason on her excellent Substack blog aimed at,

"deconstructing 4IR narratives"...

The idea is that exaggerated "modeling" of the imagined effects of "climate change" is being used to define certain areas as unsuitable for human settlement.

Working hand in hand with the state is the insurance industry - long a central part of the corrupt criminocratic empire - which deems homes in these areas to be "uninsurable".
Also in 2022, a body called the Australian Climate Council released a study which estimated that 1 in 25 of all homes and commercial buildings in the country would become effectively uninsurable by 2030 because of,

"worsening extreme weather events".

River flooding posed the biggest risk, according to the study, with flash flooding and bushfires identified as the other main hazards contributing to properties becoming "uninsurable".

As well as calling for "managed relocations", the report stressed the need for,

"upscaling public investments in resilience" and to "support communities to 'build back better'."

It declared:

"Towns, cities and communities must be rebuilt - where appropriate to do so - in a way that takes into account the 'inevitable' future changes in climate and makes them more resilient".

It comes as little surprise that this report was proudly showcased on the website of the World Economic Forum (WEF)…



So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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