Last Updated on December 4, 2023
The president of the United Nations Climate Change Conference, better known as COP28, shocked the world at the group’s summit when he said that the “alarmist” fossil fuel bans championed by the UN-backed green lobby would put humans “back into caves” and stifle socio-economic development.
“You’re asking for a phase-out of fossil fuel,” COP28 president Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, of the United Arab Emirates, told “alarmists” in attendance at the ongoing COP28 climate conference, which is being held this year in Dubai. “Please show me a road map for a phase-out of fossil fuel that will allow – that will allow for sustainable socio-economic development,” the Sultan went on to say. “Unless you want to take the world back into caves.”
Additionally, Al Jaber blasted the idea of phasing out fossil fuels by saying that there is “no science” indicating that the claims of climate “alarmists” are true, or that their calls for a fossil fuel ban are even valid.
The remarks from Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber have triggered the globalist climate cartel on a massive scale, with corporate media and government officials in the United States scrambling to push back on the COP28 reality check.
“Look, he’s gotta decide how he wants to phrase it, but the bottom line is this COP needs to be committed to phasing out all unabated fossil fuel,” said John Kerry, the failed ex-presidential candidate who now works as Joe Biden’s “Climate Envoy” who will apparently refuse to accept anything less than the complete and total discontinuance of fossil fuel usage.
Notably, both Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber of the UAE, and John Kerry of the USA, hail from major oil-producing nations (or at least, John Kerry did, when Trump was in office) and both nations would quite obviously feel a massive negative economic impact if fossil fuels are to actually be banned.
In the US, green lobby-backed Democrats have already started the process of doing just that, with California moving to phase out gas-powered vehicles by 2035 and several states, even a purple battleground state like Virginia, signing on to follow California back into the dark ages.