Why China and Russia Will Never Accept “Green New Deal” Alarmism


The Green New Deal has impacted not just the United States, but Sri Lanka and much of Europe much more. While we have just begun to feel the economic damage, for Russia and China it would be much worse. 

Because China has so many people, they need every form of energy they can get their hands on. If they tried to reduce coal, oil or natural gas their economy would crater. China also gets a major portion of its oil and natural gas through shipping lanes that goes through two of the worlds strategic natural choke points that the US Navy could easily exploit to cut China off. The first is the Strait of Malacca, the second is the Strait of Hormuz, has so much US military infrastructure nearby it would be virtually impossible for China to overcome it. 

China is spending trillions on pipelines from the middle-east to get by this strategic weakness, but with American stealth technology we could bomb said pipelines easily, but if China could get new oil and gas pipelines and shipping from Russia it would solve their mutual energy problems. This is why US policy and pressure from the World Economic Forum (WEF) pushing Russia and China closer together out of economic necessity is one of the greatest geo-political strategic blunders in world history. 

If global warming is real, which China and Russia simply do not believe, they almost certainly hope it is as it would yield key geo-political benefits. Russia would enjoy northern sea ports that are frozen over fewer months of the year.  These ports are near major oil and gas fields. Russia would also gain a massive agricultural advantage from warming due to its northern latitude. 

These and other geo-political reasons are explained in the videos below demonstrate in so many ways why Russia and China will never accept anything like the “Green New Deal” or the less spoken part of the plan to cut farming by 50 percent.


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