Carbon tax is a human tax

Right now my small house pays $21 out of $150 in carbon tax to heat for a cold March.

In 2030 that will be 3x or $60.

This is as the natural gas price is in freefall – as we have unlimited supply and really just pay to get it into our homes.

They tax anything they can’t control the price of and limit.

The tax is to fund Agenda 21 and the SDGs, which will cost 8 trillion a year worldwide.

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It was a dark winter

Toronto literally had a dark winter – my solar panels told me so. Between cloud cover and snow cover of the panels, their production was sad.

Combine that with flaky wind power, we can see that wind and solar are no substitute for combustibles.

Getting ridding of gas and coal is economic suicide, which of course is what the obsoelite want for North America

Happier than usual to get out of Ontario’s winter gloom this year? This new data may shed light on why

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Why natural gas is amazing

Never once do you hear of gas companies asking you to reduce gas consumption for the “greater good”.

You do however hear of monopoly utilities calling for voluntary reduction or even forced reduction if you have a “smart” thermostat.

This is why they want all gas banned in the name of their false CO2 god. It’s for one reason only: control.

My guess is that there is a technical reason why you cannot have a “smart” gas meter to regulate gas use – otherwise we’d have one by now stopping you from using one of the cheapest and most efficient ways to heat your house in this frostbitten country they call Canada.

Hydro-Québec is asking its customers to take a few steps to reduce electricity consumption in Quebec as a period of intense cold weather began Thursday night in most regions. The utility predicts that on Friday and Saturday, electricity demand could exceed the historical peak consumption, which was about 40,500 megawatts (MW) in January 2022. Extremely cold temperatures will test the ability of buildings to retain heat, which will increase heating demand across Quebec.

Source: Hydro-Quebec asks customers to reduce electricity consumption | CTV News

Agenda 21 cities will look like this

Can a carless city advocate be pro-car?

The answer is yes – listen and see why.

Not Just Bikes with Jason Slaughter

2021-11-30 by The War on Cars, LLC

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Jason Slaughter is the creator of Not Just Bikes, the wildly popular YouTube channel that covers urban design and daily living in the Netherlands. Jason’s videos are informative and entertaining, and whether they’re about the shaky finances on which the suburbs are built or something as simple as grocery shopping, each one helps viewers understand larger concepts about building cities for people, not cars. Doug sat down with Jason in Amsterdam to talk about the origins of Not Just Bikes and why places that force everyone to drive whether they want to or not just plain suck. ***The episode is sponsored by Rad Power Bikes.*** SHOW NOTES: Subscribe to Not Just Bikes on YouTube. Follow Not Just Bikes on Twitter. Watch the videos mentioned in this episode: Why Many Cities Suck (But Dutch Cities Don’t) Why Grocery Shopping is Better in Amsterdam Why Dutch Bikes Are Better (and why you should want one) The Wrong Way to Set Speed Limits How Suburban Development Makes American Cities Poorer Support The War on Cars on Patreon and receive access to exclusive ad-free bonus content. Plus we’ll send you stickers. Get official War on Cars merch, including our new CARS RUIN CITIES t-shirt, at our store. Check out The War on Cars library at Follow and review us on iTunes. It helps people find us! Our theme music is by Nathaniel Goodyear. Our logo is by Dani Finkel of Crucial D.

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