Frances Haugen will appear before the Australian parliament this week lecturing us on how to stop horrible Facebook.
She will be billed as a whistleblower.
She will be hailed as a hero.
She is neither.
There is more to her appearance than wanting to protect children – it is all about censoring conservatives, which is pretty obvious when you spend just five minutes on the Duck Duck Go machine checking out the links that have sponsored her appearances before the US and UK parliaments before she deigned to grace us with her whining.
News Limited has drunk the Kool-Aid
And they’re drunk journalisming: How net zero will save you $5000 a year.
Spoiler alert: it won’t.
Did people seriously think China was going green? Idiots!
China plans to build more coal-fired power plants and has hinted that it will rethink its timetable to slash emissions, in a significant blow to the UK’s ambitions for securing a global agreement on phasing out coal at the Cop26 climate summit in Glasgow.
Are you shocked? Thought not.
China has previously set out plans to be carbon neutral by 2060, with emissions peaking by 2030, a goal analysts say would involve shutting 600 coal-fired power plants. President Xi Jinping has also pledged to stop building coal plants abroad.
Chinese authorities have decided to reopen coal mines and coal-power stations after months of efforts to reduce carbon emissions.
Power outages and electricity rations have restricted manufacturing around the country, causing shortages and delays for major companies.
The decision to allow coal consumption again has came just over two weeks ahead of the UN’s Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Scotland.
According to the Center for Strategic and International Studies China Power Project, China’s coal use is more than the rest of the world combined.
Send Greta to Beijing – they’d love a lecture.