By Kerry Jackson
Time magazine said Donald Trump’s election has climate change negotiators down, but not out, and has “cast a long shadow over progress made at” the United Nations climate conference held earlier this month in Morocco. Seems the alarmist community is still stuck in the denial phase of the five stages of grief.
The negotiators’ denial is not their attempt to pretend that Trump didn’t win, a road that some on the left have taken. It is more deeply rooted in the fact that their predictions of disaster have not materialized.
They have tried for decades to frighten everyone on the planet and all this time later, few are scared because they see the gaping holes in the narrative, the miserably failed forecasts, the glaring lack of evidence and the garbage dump of lies.
Yet the activists continue to behave and screech as if the world is on the brink and there are only days left to save it.
Average Westerners simply trying to live their lives honestly and work hard for their families aren’t moved by the braying. They see insane proposals, such as the one from Oxford University that suggests foods should be priced according to their climate impacts, and shake their heads as if their loony uncle living in the room over the garage is talking to Moses again.
But it’s more than that, isn’t it? It seems we are watching the psychological breakdown of a segment of the Western population that is desperately trying control other people and greedily snatch the world’s economic levers, and employing harsh scare tactics in its effort to achieve these goals.