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Global Warming: ‘We have to break your will’


According to Breitbart, This is a statement that David Ismay who serves as the undersecretary for climate change in Massachusetts, made during a Vermont Climate Council meeting in January. He said that 60% of the CO2 emissions come from average Americans and to stop this from happening, “We have to break your will.”

Breitbart explains:

David Ismay, the undersecretary for climate change under Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker’s (R) administration, explained during a Vermont Climate Council meeting last month the majority of the Bay State’s emissions come from average people and there is “no bad guy left … to point the finger at, to turn the screws on, and you know, to break their will.” Rather, he told his fellow climate advocates, “We have to break your will,” a remark he admitted would not bode well publicly.[…]

“So let me say that again, 60 percent of our emissions that need to be reduced come from you, the person across the street, the senior on fixed income, right?” he said, acknowledging there is “no bad guy left, at least in Massachusetts, to point the finger at, to turn the screws on, and you know, break their will, so they stop emitting.”

“That’s you,” he declared. “We have to break your will. Right? I can’t even say that publicly,” he said as the clip ended. It remains unclear if he added further context to his remarks on the purported need to break the will of average Americans to reach his lofty climate goals.

READ: MA Climate Official Says 60% of State Emissions Come from Average People: ‘We Have to Break Your Will’

Meanwhile, John Kerry, President Joe Biden’s climate czar, is warning that we only have nine years to stop climate change as he flies around the world in his personal jet instead of booking commercial flights like the rest of us. READ: Climate Envoy John Kerry Ahead of U.N. COP26 Summit: ‘We Have Nine Years Left’ AND John Kerry called flying a private jet ‘the only choice for somebody like me’ after jet-setting to Iceland to accept a climate award in 2019

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