Nature wants openness
Big rule: It's always better to get the facts out in the open. Not only to collapse the value of blackmail,
but because everything works better when everyone has the facts. Localism is better served by openness.
Consider: The Trump admin is working in opposite directions on two scientific subjects, and Big Science is resisting in opposite directions because Big Science is blindly bigoted and infinitely stupid.
On "Climate Change", Trump is pushing EPA to open up its data.
On "Animal Rights", Trump is pushing USDA to close its inspection records.
Big Science has vested blackmail interests in keeping climate crime private. That's easy and obvious.
Big Science normally opposes "Animal Rights" activists because "Animal Rights" activists sabotage research facilities along with slaughterhouses. In this case Big Science loves the "Animal Rights" activists because they're against Trump, and everything Trump does is wrong by bigoted definition. Inconsistent with normal vested interests but consistent with infinite evil.
Looking at both issues from a populist viewpoint, Trump is correct on opening EPA, wrong on closing USDA records.
"Climate Change" is an explicitly globalist project from the start. CIA, leftists, bankers. The globalist tripod. Its goal is to eliminate all industries where an ordinary man can MAKE THINGS, so that all the world's economy can be in the filthy hands of bankers and all the world's power can be in the filthy hands of CIA. Opening EPA records will help to break the blackmail that keeps "Climate Change" going. We already know
from the 2009 leaks that the experts are criminals. Opening all records will continue to show the same.
The latest stage of industrial farming is also globalist. Farming needs some degree of mass production in a modern country, but cattle and hogs and eggs have been tremendously overcentralized in the last few decades. This extreme centralization uses cheap labor and eliminates the SKILLS of real farmers and ranchers. Centralized production is also fragile and hackable. A virus that spreads through one facility can shut down most of the hog or egg production for the whole country. This has happened several times in recent years.
If USDA inspections are open to people who understand the problem, farm policy can wisely turn away from this extreme unskilled fragile situation, returning to the more rational level of mass production we had in 1970. More jobs, more skill, more widespread prosperity in rural areas, less vulnerability.
Labels: Carbon Cult, skill-estate