February 2, 2019
This is what happens when you don’t destroy your economy to stop the climate from changing.
This is clearly a weather war now.
The West wants the weather to stop changing all the time, while the East wants it to change. This is why they’re contaminating so much while we’re constantly looking for ways to keep the planet clean and healthy.
Traffic exhausts, factory pollution and uncontrolled construction are all being blamed for a pollution crisis that has hit the city of Bangkok.
The Thai capital has been shrouded in murky haze for weeks, causing people to cough up blood and pets suffering pollution sickness.
Residents have started trying to protect themselves by putting on masks while on the streets or public transport.
Yeah that is not working out very well for them.
Still, they try.
Authorities have seeded clouds to provoke rain, sprayed overpasses with water to catch micro-pollutants and even asked people not to burn incense sticks and paper during Chinese New Year celebrations.
The measures so far have drawn derision from many Bangkok residents, while stocks of pollution masks have run out in many shops.
But on Wednesday, the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration stepped up its health warnings, ordering all 437 city-controlled public schools to close from lunchtime through Friday, designating 580 square miles of the city a ‘control area’.
‘The situation will be bad until February 3 to 4, so I decided to close schools,’ said Bangkok governor Aswin Kwanmuang, adding he hoped the move would also empty the road of cars on the school run.
Three to four of the city’s districts are ‘severely hit with smog’, he added.
At a downtown Bangkok school where parents arrived early to pick up their children, pupils said they knew about the risks posed by the dangerous pollutant particles, known as PM 2.5.
Chaiwawut Benpalee, 12, said: ‘I use a mask wherever I go. It will not affect us now, but it will in the future.’
Air Visual, an independent online air quality index (AQI) monitor, on Wednesday pegged Bangkok at the ‘unhealthy’ level of 171, up from 156 mid-month.
‘It’s a public health crisis,’ said Tara Buakamsri, Greenpeace country director for Thailand.
Measurements of harmful particulates are higher than some cities in China but well below the Indian capital New Delhi.
Do you see any city from white countries in those conditions? We’re the only ones that care about the environment, yet our people think it is a good idea for us to “like just die already and let the plants grow maaan.”
Who do they think is going to care for the planet if we’re gone?
To answer that question, we could look into how our people view primitives. It would be nice to ask all of these rainmaking types why should we change our ways in regards to industries if we’re the only ones concerned about the well-being of the planet and the ones that are doing the least damage to it.
Will they be honest? Will they reveal their true colors? Will they admit they hate their own people and want to go extinct?
I’m not blaming them, they’ve been trained from a young age in that self-hating thing they engage in, but admitting it is a first important step to fixing it, and we have to fix our people.
…and we will. We’ll break the Jewish conditioning, even if we have to do it one word at a time.