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Push For Absolute Slavery

What is a zero-carbon future? What does it look like? To imagine, turn off your heater. No airports. No shipping. No animals. Perfect surveillance state. In this Ice Age Farmer special report, Christian Westbrook breaks The “Absolute Zero” plan and how governments are actively taking drastic steps every day to meet these dystopian goals for Travel, Transport, Energy, Manufacturing, Recycling, and Food. We must understand the reality underneath their flowery philanthropic language: Absolute Slavery.

Red Sea Evergreen

Let’s get pursuity. In Pursuit of Truth does the needed digging to bring you a much clearer picture of the clogged Suez Canal. More than 450 ships were delayed from the canal accident, which presumably was touched off by a sandstorm.

 

Protectionism Hurts Hawaii

Reason TV sat down with Ken Schoolland to talk about the Jones Act, federal legislation that restricts non-US shipping vessels from engaging in commerce in domestic shipping lanes. Schoolland argues that this protectionist measure is crippling the Hawaiian economy. He is a professor of economics at Hawaii Pacific University and scholar at the Grassroot Institute.

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