C40 Cities: What is it really all about?

Swiss party wants referendum to stop climate change law.

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The C40 Cities is something a lot of people are talking about at the moment as almost 100 mayors around the world come together to try and help combat climate change.

It’s said that the C40 Cities movement is being done for the greater good and helping to ensure a safer and more suitable future for generations to come by helping to combat the apparent ongoing climate crisis.

What does the plan involve?

The C40 plan is said to be planned out using a science-based and collaborative approach to ensure the cities signed up to this idea will cut their emissions in half by the year 2030 and help the world limit the global heating of the planet to 1.5C.

With almost 100 mayors signed up to this idea, it appears that the world is coming together to help combat this issue, however, with some of the strongest and most powerful people involved, some questions have been raised.

What are others saying about the plan?

Its well worth watching the clip below to understand what this may really mean for regular people in the cities involved and beyond.

According to documents, their goals are to reduce caloric consumption to 2500 a day by force within the next 15 years and also to ensure the ‘peasant class’ can’t fly more than one time every three years and thus, help reduce emissions, according to Jordan Peterson.

He also went on to speak about how this would be to not only shift private car ownership from fossil fuel to electric – which is impossible due to how much demand would be put on the national grid – but so 90% of car ownership people are forced to take very expensive forms of public transport and while helping the environment, will also see more money go into the government and cities’ coffers.

It’s said that this will eventually lead to surveillance cameras being deployed around these 40 cities that can track and identify the public to control and know what is going on at all times. Although it’s seemingly in the name of goodwill for the people and aimed at helping to stop climate change and preserving the planet, some questions remain.

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Aaron Hindhaugh

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    • Geoff Brooks

      09 June 2023 • 15:28

      This is a very sinister move as well as being total madness. Peasant class includes everyone except the rule makers. Beware!

    • Renato Besomi

      09 June 2023 • 17:12

      Half the population and the problem is solved.

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