Tucker Enumerates Countries Who’ve Adopted the Green New Deal and Suffering from Energy and Food Crisis: It’s an Unqualified Disaster

‘Germany can’t keep the lights on and is very worried about winter coming’

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CARLSON: “In April, the British government announced that the number of households in the UK living in 'fuel poverty' now stands at 5 million. Oh. This isn't wartime rationing. The blitz is over. This is right now, in 2022. How about Argentina? In 2019, Argentina's government declared a climate emergency, even though, unlike China or India, it's not really contributing to global carbon emissions. Argentina produces about 1% of global carbon emissions. But they did it anyway because it seemed like the fashionable thing to do, plus ESG. 'We're modern. We're against climate.' Well, today, what happened? Argentina is experiencing — well, there's no other way to put it — collapse. The collapse was not caused by a half-degree rise in average temperatures in the non-Patagonian continental area. No, it was caused by what it's always caused by: spiking energy costs which cause inflation. Inflation is now over 60% in Argentina. Argentina is now too broke to function. 'Access to fertilizers and diesel is urgent to avoid complete paralysis,' a farmers group in Argentina wrote to the government recently. Wait, farmers don't have access to fertilizers? What? How can you grow things without fertilizer? Well, fertilizer isn't environmentally friendly and we've got a climate emergency, so no fertilizer for you. Oh, except that means no food and then people starve."

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