Tweet by Canadian politician Luc Ferrandez
Visitor essay by Eric Worrall
h/t Dr Willie Quickly; Some local weather activists appear to see a optimistic facet to individuals catching an endemic.
Quebec politician praises coronavirus for decreasing carbon footprint in Wuhan
Quebec politician and radio discuss present host Luc Ferrandez has instructed that the coronavirus has had one “optimistic” end result for town of Wuhan, China—it’s diminished the carbon footprint.
On Saturday, he tweeted: “Wuhan. No car site visitors. No air flights. The one metropolis on the planet that may meet its GHG discount targets. The best way to this essential degrowth will occur when all of the debates have been in useless.”
Wuhan. Aucune circulation car. Aucun vol aérien. La seule ville de la planète qui va atteindre ses objectifs de réduction de GES. Le chemin vers la décroissance qui s’imposera quand tous les débats auront été vains.
— Luc Ferrandez (@LucFerrandez) January 25, 2020
Learn extra: https://www.thepostmillennial.com/quebec-politician-praises-coronavirus-for-reducing-carbon-footprint-in-wuhan/
After going through a social media backlash Luc Ferrandez apparently tried to “make clear” his place.
This isn’t the primary time greens have praised mass dying. Prince Phillip, husband of the present reigning British monarch, as soon as mentioned “If I have been reincarnated I’d want to be returned to earth as a killer virus to decrease human inhabitants ranges.”
The notorious Membership of Rome, a serious promoter of the inhabitants disaster concept, additionally appears to hate the concept of a number of people. “The widespread enemy of humanity is man. In trying to find a brand new enemy to unite us, we got here up with the concept that air pollution, the specter of international warming, water shortages, famine and the like would match the invoice. All these risks are brought on by human intervention, and it’s only via modified attitudes and habits that they are often overcome. The true enemy then, is humanity itself.”
Quebec politician Luc Ferrandez. By Khayman – Personal work, CC BY-SA three.zero, Hyperlink