World Economic Forum Agenda: A Manufactured Energy Crisis

On this episode of International Reporters Roundtable:

The World Economic Forum, citing the coming climate catastrophe, is busy eliminating excessive CO2 emissions and attacking natural gas. An essential ingredient of fertilizer, it’s how we put food on the shelves. This isn’t tinkering with small changes; the food and energy policies emerging around the world, almost in lockstep, are designed to bring about major shifts in society, and they’re doing so. But at what cost?

In Europe, people are saying: “Heating or Eating.” Across the globe, people are under pressure, wondering, if this choice is truly necessary. Is the so-called climate crisis really so urgent, or perhaps manufactured? And if so, why?

Our guest journalists Michael Yon, Masako Ganaha, and Steve Milloy join us to unpack the very real impact of green policies sweeping the planet.

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