KING OF DIAMONDS

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  1. Restrictions on world trade have a positive impact on Green House Gas emission, and has the capacity to prevent catastrophic climate change disaster. This can be seen from the corona’s silver lining, in that it has cause a restriction in global trade, and N2O and GHG emissions have been dramatically reduced.

    What has become clear to me, is that the Governments around the world have a vested interest in not preventing a reduction in world trade. That is because they get huge amounts of revenue from VAT, corporation tax accrued from the sale of goods, import tax when goods are imported to the UK, along with employment related tax from the people who work in the furtherance of world trade.

    If world trade ceases to be the driving force behind the government’s income, then what else can they do to keep their in house finances stable?

    They have a vested interest in permitting the continuance of world trade, regardless of its effect on the climate, because they gain massive income from it in taxes. It is correct in saying that the governments are unlikely to prevent climate change, yet what has not been mentioned is the reasoning as to why the Governments are unlikely to resolve the situation.

    This is time for revolution and the Government to be put under serious pressure as to why they are not getting to grips with the Climate Change situation because the necessary steps (a reduction in world trade) shall negatively effect their taxes.

    IVE HAD ENOUGH OF AIR POLLUTION
    NOW ITS TIME FOR REVOLUTION!!!!

    Jude Goldforster

    Comment by Jude on 01/07/2020 at 7:10 pm