There are rules that cannot be woked away. Some of the obvious are when you tell people it is just fine to not work and produce because they are owed and are victims, productivity will go down, economic growth will slow, and the standard of living will suffer.
Men are not women and women are not men no matter how hard the left might wish it to be so.
A child is a child and has no idea if they are male or female.
Being reasonable and rationale is not racist.
White supremacy is a connived term to cause hatred and division.
You get the idea.
Green energy, despite the continual lies about climate cooling, climate warming, let’s just say climate change, is not capable of sustaining modern economies.
The United Kingdom has been forced to use its emergency coal-fired backup generators for the first time as renewables failed to supply enough energy. Britain’s crusade for net zero saw another major failure on Tuesday, with the country having to resort to using its emergency coal-fired power plants as renewables were unable to keep up with demand.
The country has been focused on moving away from burning fossil fuels and towards green energy sources in recent years, with the last twelve months seeing the country struggle to keep the lights on at times due to the green agenda of its Conservative Party government.
However, with it becoming clear that Britain’s new sources of power cannot keep up with the old, the country has kept some coal-burning power plants — those few it has not shortsightedly demolished — operational and in reserve, ready to start supplying power to the energy grid should the eco-friendlier sources start to fail.
Now we are learning that in fact if laws are enforced crime will go down.
Imagine That: NYC Learns That Enforcing the Law Reduces Criminal Activity.
“A light at the end of the tunnel? City subway crime has dropped so far this year to levels not seen in decades aside from the pandemic — as cops significantly ramped up their crackdown on fare evasion, doling out nearly 10,000 more summonses in 2023 than at the start of last year. Police figures show major crime on the subways is down 21.5% year to date compared to the same period in 2022 — with every category of serious felonies but one in the underground system showing a decrease. Burglaries remained flat, with two reported. “Obviously, crime is down. We’re proud. This is real progress,” Transit Chief Michael Kemper told a small group of reporters inside One Police Plaza on Tuesday...At the same time, cops have issued a staggering 75.6% more fare-evasion tickets over the first nine weeks of 2023, totaling 21,360 compared to 12,154 tickets over the same time last year, according to police data. Overall, all summonses were up by more than 12,000 — or an 83.5% increase from 15,143 for the same period last year to 27,785 so far this year, the data shows. Kemper credits pro-active policing on minor offenses as well as serious crimes with helping drive the recent decrease.”
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