Big news out of France this week: They’ve got a plan to save the world. Finally, right?
They’re going to ban the internal combustion engine.
(And here I thought they might be talking about saving Western civilization from the plague of radical Islam.)
Maybe the French will be too poor to notice the little terrorism problem they have there, with at least three major attacks in 2017 already and seven other massive terror plots foiled.
France has been under a state of emergency since 2015 because of the imminent threat of terrorism within its borders.
But President Macron is following John Kerry’s lead and is hard at work fighting what he sees as the biggest threat to humanity: Your car.
In the year 2040, when Paris is called New Raqqa and the Eiffel tower is a minaret, I doubt finding greener ways to wage jihad and buying carbon offsets to balance out the C02 emissions for every prisoner they burn alive will be high on the list of concerns in the Caliphate of France.