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The Great Reset didn’t work: The case of EVs

We are living through one of history’s longest and most excruciating versions of “We told you so.” When in March 2020, the world’s government decided...

Niwa’s purchase of luxury utes criticised

Crown-owned weather research institute Niwa has been slammed for its decision to purchase four Chevrolet Silverado Premium utes. Despite the government's efforts to reduce emissions...

EU farmers rise against the Climate Cult

Many major arteries connecting Europe have been obstructed or brought to a standstill in recent days by a wave of protests by farmers against...

#ClimateScam: NIWA accused of faking records to drive ‘climate change’ agenda

An explosive report shows significant flaws in NIWA's recording of historical weather and climate data. The report by investigative journalist Ian Wishart titled Too Hot...

Spanish Grand Prix moving to Madrid from 2026 to reduce ‘greenhouse gas emissions’

Madrid will host the Spanish Grand Prix starting in 2026, replacing Barcelona, which has been the venue since 1991. The race will take place on...

Watch: ‘Criminals’ – climate change czar John Kerry confronted at Davos

Former US Presidential candidate Kerry was walking to a presentation in Davos when he was confronted by journalist Avi Yemini of Rebel News. A fiery...

Quebec man pleads guilty to starting 14 forest fires experts said were caused by ‘climate change’

38-year-old Brian Paré has pleaded guilty to 13 counts of arson and one count of arson with disregard for human life, related to starting...

Electric vehicles to pay road user charges

The coalition Government is confirming that the exemption from road user charges (RUC) for owners of light electric vehicles (EVs) and plug-in hybrids will...

Global electric car sales slowing – data

Demand for EVs has reportedly been declining, partly due to a reduction in state subsidies. Sales of fully electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEVs) have...

Car rental giant Hertz to sell off a third of electric vehicle fleet

Hertz plans to reduce its electric fleet by about 20,000 vehicles, which constitutes a third of its total EV fleet. The company will use the...

Zuckerberg beefs up

The billionaire has announced his decision to become a rancher, only to immediately face backlash from animal and climate activists. Meta founder, Chairman and CEO,...

Pope names ‘most dangerous’ sin

Gluttony is “killing the planet,” the Catholic leader has warned during a sermon. Pope Francis has singled out gluttony as possibly the most serious sin...

Germany uses the weapon of climate change against its own people

Berlin has turned farmers into cash cows in the name of keeping green dreams alive. German farmers rolled into Berlin on their tractors last week...

‘Rural bankers breaking all the wrong records’ – Fed Farmers

Farmers are feeling excessive and undue pressure from their banks, according to Federated Farmers’ latest Banking Survey. Conducted in mid-November, the survey also shows farmer...

Coal in demand more than ever – IEA

Output and sales are forecast to reach record highs by the end of 2023. Worldwide demand for coal is set to reach a historic high...

Breathing contributes to global warming – study

Methane and nitrous oxide found in human exhalations are worse for the environment than carbon dioxide, scientists say. Human breathing contributes to global warming, according...

Climate Change Minister to attend COP28 in Dubai

Climate Change Minister Simon Watts will be leaving for Dubai today to attend COP28, the 28th annual UN climate summit, this week. Simon Watts says...

NZ needs a ‘strong and stable ETS’

New Zealand needs a strong and stable Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) that is well placed for the future, after emission units failed to sell...

‘No science’ behind calls to phase out fossil fuels – COP28 president

The UAE’s Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber reportedly says gradual cuts in oil, gas and coal use would 'take the world back into caves'. The president...

Pandemics as a Catalyst for a New World Order

Each nation in the world has its own culture, governance structures, traditions, property, borders, and peoples. We must preserve the diversity and sovereignty of nations...

The green scam: How electric vehicles harm the environment that they’re supposed to save

In 2032, India will need a billion tonnes of coal, partly to charge EVs in urban areas via power generated by thermal plants. Five Indian...

New Zealand’s strategy for COP28 in Dubai

The COP28 countdown is on. Over 100 world leaders are expected to attend this year’s UN Climate Change Conference in the United Arab Emirates (UAE),...

Drilling down into limitless clean energy

The same supervolcano that provides one of the country’s bigger sources of catastrophic risk could well prove part of the answer to one of...

VFF call for opposition to Auckland Council’s proposed sale of downtown carpark

In an urgent call out for support, Voices For Freedom call on Aucklanders to attend this morning's Council meeting as a show of opposition...

The climate-change religion: How long before human sacrifices?

Forgoing procreation, disrupting fellow humans’ lives, and wishing for death on a massive scale, environmentalism shows cult-like tendencies. History teaches us that some ancient civilisations...

Australia to offer Tuvalu ‘climate change’ asylum

The “groundbreaking” pact will allow Tuvalu residents impacted by climate change to migrate. The Australian government has said it’s ready to offer asylum to the...

Oil giant Shell sues Greenpeace

Shell is reportedly seeking over $2 million in damages after protesters boarded its floating oil production vessel. Greenpeace is facing one of the biggest legal...

‘Greenpeace are anti-farmer and anti-science’ – Fed Farmers

Greenpeace have shown they are nothing but an anti-farming lobby group by criticising Fonterra’s new on-farm emissions targets, says Federated Farmers President Wayne Langford. "Yesterday...

Driver shoots road-blocking climate activists dead (Disturbing Video)

A 77-year-old US-Panama citizen surrendered to police after the fatal shootings. WARNING: DISTURBING VIDEO Two environmental protesters were shot dead by an angry motorist while blocking...

Koalas could be ‘euthanised’ with hammers to make way for Queensland wind farm

Koala populations and habitats affected by wind farms are in the firing line in Australia. The Albanese government's goal of 'Net Zero' aims to have...

Watch: Peer-reviewed studies confirm ‘climate emergency’ is ‘no longer settled science’

'I think the dam is crumbling', award-winning journalist Alex Newman told Joshua Philipp of EpochTV. Newman was speaking of the so-called 'scientific consensus' over human-induced...

UK to prosecute Greta Thunberg – WaPo

Police have charged the Swedish climate activist after she protested outside an oil and gas conference. Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg has been ordered to...

Lego scraps plans to ditch oil-free bricks – FT

The toymaker had previously pledged to start using sustainable materials in production. Lego, the world’s largest toymaker, has abandoned a plan to start making its...

Lufthansa going green would use half of Germany’s electricity – Bloomberg

Less polluting synthetic kerosene is too energy intensive, according to the airline. Germany’s flagship airline Lufthansa has warned that it would need to consume half...

UK backtracks on petrol-car ban

The measure was poorly thought-out and would have been a challenge for Britons, Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said. The UK is to delay its planned...

Watch: Ardern questioned in Canada over climate change hypocrisy

The former Prime Minister is attending a 'climate change' Global Progress Action Summit in Montreal. Jacinda Ardern was quizzed by a reporter on her 'climate...

Trump mocks Biden over ‘electric tanks’

‘Green’ military vehicles are far less capable than conventional hardware, the former US president has said. Former US President Donald Trump has ridiculed incumbent Joe...

Auckland Boards back locally-led emergency response

Local boards in the south of the city are calling for co-ordinated emergency responses that include local input to make the most of knowledge...

Watch: Climate change science ‘demonstrably wrong’

Professor Ian Plimer is an Australian geologist and emeritus professor at Melbourne University. Plimer was speaking to Seth Holehouse of the Man in America podcast...

The Positive Feedback Loop: How totalitarians instill fear and restrict human rights

Totalitarians describe a world dominated by positive feedback loops, where the slightest perturbation to a system expands unchecked and leads to instability and chaos. It...

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