Coming To A Country Near You : "Return of ‘work from home’ plan to save fuel in event of crisis caused by Ukraine war" This has to be seen to be believed
Sometimes an article appears in Mainstream Media (MSM) that is so ridiculous that it can only have been penned by those dastardly conspiracy theorists. You could call it “a conspiracy theorist wet dream”.
One such article appeared in today’s Irish Independent (on the front page of the web site) entitled
Return of ‘work from home’ plan to save fuel in event of crisis caused by Ukraine war
Except it isn’t a mad tin foil hatter conspiracy theory, this article is written by the Indo journalists. We are being told what is going to happen. For months if not years the conspiracy theorists have been bang on the money. This article is proof of that.
For a good while now the conspiracy theorists have warned that the Covid lockdowns would be a walk in the park compared to what the climate crisis lunatics have in store. They have warned that reasons would be found to lock people down again. They have warned that it might be the same virus, a new virus or climate crisis being used as an excuse.
Yet again, the old “We are all in this together” nonsense is being peddled. If we all stop driving, we will save the planet. Then there is the little fact of “staying at home” so people can’t socialise and discuss what is going on. Nothing to do with controlling the population again. Gosh, where have I seen this before. It wasn’t Covid was it. Naturally the nasty Russians are to blame for our present predicament. After all we do need a baddie to point the finger at. “Bad Covid”, “Bad Russians”
My interest was piqued by the headline, another conspiracy theory was coming to pass, I decide to read on. Apparently
“A high-level planning exercise proposed three fuel supply deficit scenarios”
Before I even found out what the scenarios were I nearly spat my coffee out. No Irish government or officials are capable of “a high level planning exercise”. They couldn’t organise a piss up in a brewery.
What they meant to say but omitted was that they pulled out the blueprint from their Fort Knox safe. The very blueprint that the EU sent to them. The very blueprint that the World Economic Forum sent to the EU.
But that’s not all, the article just got even more preposterous. These conspiracy theorists were having a field day. Sorry, I digress.
What about these scenarios the Indo journalists were talking about.
Delegates were given a scenario of a 20pc diesel supply deficit in September and a 35pc drop in supply in December. The third and most extreme scenario proposed for February 2023, is where gas and oil supplies cannot meet the demand for electricity generation or farmers preparing to cut silage.
A continual increase in the price of fuel would have no effect on the supply of food either, would it ? Back to eating bugs and all that nonsense that the WEF are looking to implement.
To be honest I was only ten lines into the article and was about to call it quits. It was just too much, too early in the day. Then this popped up…..
All non-essential workers will be ordered to work from home
A limit will be placed on all non-essential car travel
A strict limit on the amount of fuel motorists can buy at any one time
The implementation of an immediate and strict reduction in the speed limit on motorways.
No, I didn’t make any of those up. They kind of have a UN Agenda 2030 ring to them, don’t they. I explained the real meaning of the UN Agenda 2030 goals in a previous article I wrote.
This however was my favourite bit
The plan also includes the introduction of an emergency scheme whereby motorists with an odd number at the end of their car registration will only be allowed to drive or refuel on alternate days.
Those with odd numbers could refuel on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday and those with an even number on a Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
I know, I know. There are many of you reading this thinking I just made that up. I jest not, it’s all there in black and white. It’s been a long time since I peed myself so early in the morning. It was worth it though, this article was just pure gold.
But what if there was fuel rationing. It looks like they have that covered as well
“If Ireland has to introduce fuel rationing, consumers would be separated into four categories. Tier one comprises essential workers, such as farmers and food producers. Those classified in tier four are motorists making non-essential journeys”
Ironic isn’t it to think that in the last two weeks a variety of events have taken place. 1,500 private planes jetting into Davos for the World Economic Forum meeting.
A week later many of the same people flying in to Washington for the Bilderberg meeting. Prince William hijacking his Grandmother’s Platinum Jubilee event to preach to the peasants about how important climate change is as he swans around in his own private jet.
Except this Irish independent article could have appeared in any language in any country. Don’t for one moment think this is just an Irish plan to deal with an Irish problem. This is very much a global plan. For those who are still asleep, what further proof do you need ?