December 14, 2018

Globalist carbon tax plan backfires on Macron

Sheila Gunn ReidRebel Host | The Gunn Show

On this week's episode of The Gunn Show, Michelle Stirling from Friends of Science joined me to discuss the growing revolt against French President Emmanuel Macron's carbon tax plan.

Macron attempted to punish the United States after President Trump rejected a carbon tax and withdrew from the Paris Climate Agreement. But his plan failed and now the French people are in full revolt against Macron's unaffordable carbon tax.

First, the French government encouraged the purchasing of diesel-fueled cars, claiming they were better for the environment. Now those cars aren't clean enough, and the government is encouraging people to drive electric cars instead.

French people are sick of the nanny state and Macron's carbon tax plan is crumbling. 

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commented 2018-12-14 11:38:24 -0500
Hopefully Macron gets forced out and the movement spreads here like wildfire and Trudeau and his climate cult get to see what mass angry Canadians looks like.
commented 2018-12-14 11:18:34 -0500
It’s all about destroying capitalism and wealth in the west. After all, the sick, poor and hungry are much easier to control and destroy.
commented 2018-12-14 10:43:27 -0500
Remember when environmental groups were not foreign funded lobbyists.
Millions are being spent and encouraged by our own governments to stop our own oil.
Hey how about we get sewage treatment plants where they dont exist, so we dont have to dump raw sewage in the rivers and oceans.
People much smarter than I have already worked out the cost and carbon foot print of the so called green energy. Greens are full of it.
We should test these electric vehicles in the north, what,s that batteries dont work well at -30C. Please anyone north of Edmonton who has one of these electric cars tell us it it,s not so. Because you would have to heat the batteries with the batteries and the vehicle is electrically heated. Just keep it plugged in to the electric grid with a long extension cord.
Solar power produces one tenth the electricity at this time of year, so it should only take a few months to charge it, when the sun gets higher in the sky.