Watermelons of the Global Elite

     By “watermelons”, it is not meant the delicious food, but of those of the political bent that can be described as “red on the inside; green on the outside”; in other words, eco-socialists.

     There is no greater concentration of such “watermelons” than at that elitist proving ground of globalist post-Western tyrants than the United Nations, whose toady “scientists” have declared the absolute necessity of outlawing the free interaction of free individuals in opposition to the whims and desires of a distant and delusional elite:

“A climate change-fueled switch away from fossil fuels means the worldwide economy will fundamentally need to change.

“Capitalism as we know it is over. So suggests a new report commissioned by a group of scientists appointed by the UN Secretary-General. The main reason? We’re transitioning rapidly to a radically different global economy, due to our increasingly unsustainable exploitation of the planet’s environmental resources.”

     Except that it isn’t unsustainable. Moving towards economical energy sources is not “unsustainable”. If those now economical energy sources become scarce, than an incentive towards alternative energy sources, either extant or impetus for development towards, will become more economical and thus the “energy crises” will solve themselves.

     But such freedom is anathema to the governing elites, and only totalitarian control, under their guiding hands of course, can be allowed, as outlined in the following report:

“… Rapid economic transition requires proactive governance – markets cannot accomplish the task

“It is clear from these examples that strong political governance is required to accomplish the key transitions. Market-based action will not suffice – even with a high carbon price. There must be a comprehensive vision and closely coordinated plans.”

     The full report:

Bios-governance of Economic Transition by ThePoliticalHat on Scribd

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2 Responses to Watermelons of the Global Elite

  1. avatar SendixBunny says:

    The claim of “capitalism as we know it is over” is as inaccurate as it is concerning. Even if we found a 100% sustainable renewable energy resource tomorrow, energy is one piece of the whole pie. Just because one resource would go from scarce to nonscarce wouldn’t threaten the entire system.

    The onus would go from supply of the resource to access to the resource. Large percentages of the world are still undeveloped or underdeveloped, and an entire planet would need to shift to this new resource.

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