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They want to restrict your travel

You've already heard about '15 minute cities' and 'sustainable living', but are you aware that the cult behind 'the great reset' also wish to severely curtail your ability to travel by road, air and sea? The latest initiative being put forward by 'experts' is to restrict our movement on the basis of our 'carbon footprint' (I knew it had to be linked to the phoney global warning agenda).

If we consider just air travel alone, this would involve a huge reduction in the number of flights and the eventual closure of many airports nationwide and globally. Countries that were deemed to be more at risk from the effects of fake climate change - and that could be anything 'they' say it is (higher temperatures, flooding, higher name it) would be struck off the list of locations to which you could fly, which in turn would have a massive imapact on their economy and freedom. The self same 'experts' - 'Intrepid Travel and The Future Labs Institute' actually want to reduce the number of flights by 85%. Here is an extract from their report:

A personal carbon emissions limit will become the new normal as policy and people’s values drive an era of great change. As demonstrated by a worldwide tourism boom, the frequency at which we can fly is once again seemingly unlimited.

Conscience and budgets permitting, we feel free to hop on planes from one place to the next. But this will change. ‘On our current trajectory, we can expect a pushback against the frequency with which individuals can travel, with carbon passports set to change the tourism landscape,’ says Raymond [Martin Raymond, Future Laboratories co-founder]

Personal carbon allowances could help curb carbon emissions and lower travel’s overall footprint.

These allowances will manifest as passports that force people to ration their carbon in line with the global carbon budget, which is 750bn tonnes until 2050.

By 2040, we can expect to see limitations imposed on the amount of travel that is permitted each year.

Experts suggest that individuals should currently limit their carbon emissions to 2.3 tonnes each year – the equivalent of taking a round-trip from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. However, the average carbon footprint in the US is 16 tonnes per person per year, 15 tonnes in Australia and 11.7 tonnes in the UK. This is in stark contrast to where we may find ourselves in the future, with 2040’s travellers forced to forgo the horizon-expanding experiences so readily embraced by today’s tourists”

If you consider that your 'standard of living' is also your energy usage, reducing a societies energy usage is in effect, reducing its standard of living (your standard of living). Watch out for the suggestion of a personal carbon footprint passport, linked to or part of a 'digital passport' linked to 'digital currency' and digital bank account. It is planned that it will all morph into one and will effectively become the major control mechanism over all human life. George Orwell would be loving this!

Imagine a future, five or ten years from now, when you have innocently 'exceeded your carbon allowance' for the month. No more journeys to see your family. No more holidays or trips abroad until you are told you can travel once more. And if you were to object or complain in any way, well, at the push of a button from your bank, no more digital currency - cards frozen until you behave yourself like a good little sheep (er, sorry, responsible citizen).

As White Feather says - "There is no authority, there is no one to obey other than the Great Spirit (God)." We'd all do well to remember that profound wisdom.

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