UN Climate Report Author Says “People Are Starting to Get Scared” & This Will Change the Way They “Vote”

One of the authors of the United Nations IPCC report who focused on “extreme” consequences of man-made global warming lauded the fact that “people are starting to get scared” about climate change and that this would “affect the way they vote.”

Yesterday, the UN released a hysterical report which enjoyed saturation media coverage warning of a “code red” ecological apocalypse if humanity didn’t drastically alter its way of living.

According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, humans are “unequivocally” to blame, with U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres calling for a total end to the use of coal and fossil fuels.

However, the true agenda behind the fearmongering was betrayed by one of the authors of the report, Jim Kossin, who helped write one of the chapters on “extremes.”

“I think more and more people are starting to get scared,” said Kossin, adding, “I think that’ll help to change people’s attitudes. And hopefully that’ll affect the way they vote.”

In other words, Kossin is acknowledging that the alarmist rhetoric deployed by the UN is a PR stunt intended to convince more people to vote for left-wing parties who will gleefully allow the UN to seize more control over the future of sovereign nations.

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Author: HP McLovincraft

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