SOYLENT GREEN: Phase 2 Of The Great Reset Will See Climate Change ‘Justice’ Being Administered Through The Auspices Of Your Carbon Footprint Tracker


    by Geoffrey Grinder, Now The End Begins:

    The Adams administration has announced a plan to begin tracking the carbon footprint created by household food consumption as well as a new target for New York City agencies to reduce their food-based emissions by 33% by the year 2023.

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    We have been warning you for years and years that the phony Climate Change movement was really nothing more than a cudgel with which to beat people into submission to the New World Order. Then 2020 came, and with it the Great Reset from end times villain Klaus Schwab, where they started discussing openly what had previously been alluded to and whispered about in private. 2023 seems to be the year that Phase 2 of the Great Reset kicks into gear, and the new lockdown will come at the hands of something called the carbon footprint tracker. All of this will be tied to your Social Credit Score.

    “And because I tell you the truth, ye believe me not.” John 8:45 (KJB)

    The future is not bright, it is bleak and grim. In this new dystopian world they will force us to live in, you will be told what to eat and how much of it you will be allowed to consume. Lest you think I am using hyperbolic overstatement, right now in New York City they are already rolling out these changes. School lunches are now forcing vegetarian items on school kids, and the consumption of meat is being equaled to the committing of a crime. Why do you think the board is named the ‘Mayor’s Office of Climate & Environmental Justice’ for, anyway? Wake up, words have meaning. Justice involves a judge, a jury and a courtroom, they are the plaintiff and you are the defendant. No sir, you are not going to like Phase 2 even one, tiny little bit.

    NYC will target food choices Phase 2 of the Great Reset with carbon footprint tracker

    FROM THE GOTHAMIST: Mayor Eric Adams announced the plan on Monday along with the Mayor’s Office of Climate & Environmental Justice as part of the city’s ongoing pledge to reduce the impact of climate change. At the same event, the Mayor’s Office of Climate & Environmental Justice published a new chart in the city’s annual greenhouse gas inventory that publicly tracks the carbon footprint created by household food consumption — primarily generated by meat and dairy products.

    The new analysis is a spin on the emissions data that comes standard with the annual inventory. It was made through a partnership with American Express, C40 Cities and EcoData lab. Adams, an ardent evangelist of plant-based diets, announced the new tracker and policy at a Brooklyn culinary center run by Health + Hospitals, the city’s public health care system.

    “It is easy to talk about emissions that are coming from vehicles and how it impacts our carbon footprint,“ Adams said. “But we now have to talk about beef.”

    The new household consumption tracker will be published on the same webpage as the city’s annual inventory of greenhouse gas sources. The addition lays out the greenhouse gas pollution involved in the production and consumption of goods, such as alcoholic beverages or apparel, whether or not those items are made in New York City. It also examines the emissions tied to high-polluting services like air travel and lesser known contributors like health care.

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