Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez Friday urged both government officials and people in the private sector to stop wearing neckties to fight climate change, in a move approved by mainstream media.
According to Associated Press, who gushed that Sánchez’s request is “an energy-saving move that many men have already embraced," the prime minister made the remarks at a news conference where he showed up sans necktie.
“I'd like you to note that I am not wearing a tie. That means that we can all make savings from an energy point of view,” he said, then urging government officials “that if not necessary, don’t use a tie.”
The rationale is that not wearing a necktie allows for more breathability which may lead people to use less air conditioning which would lead to less carbon emissions.
“Another good reason to say bye to the tie,” airline mogul Richard Branson commented on the story. Branson also owns the space program Virgin Galactic, whose rocket launches emit approximately 4.5 carbon tons per passenger.
Finding ways to relate all things to climate change has become de rigueur in recent months as the climate narrative has ramped up.
Last month, the Pentagon appeared to use climate change to justify military actions using weak causal reasoning, reported America’s Frontline News.
“[Climate change is] a driver of actual missions, because climate change creates instability, which creates insecurity in some places,” Kirby said at a press briefing in response to a reporter’s question about climate change being a matter of national security. “And you can end up — the fighting in Syria started, really, as a result of a drought. And so, there’s — there’s a — it can actually drive military missions and force the military to become involved in places and at times where they wouldn’t have had to otherwise.”
The feverish obsession with the weather has led to a wide range of suggestions, including blotting out the Sun.
As reported last month by America’s Frontline News, the World Economic Forum (WEF) is proposing blocking out the sun and spraying aerosols into the atmosphere to fight climate change, according to a recent TikTok video by the globalist organization.
“MIT scientists say ‘space bubbles’ could help reverse climate change by reflecting the Sun’s heat away from Earth,” the video begins. “Scientists say cutting out just 1.8% of the Sun’s rays would fully reverse global warming.”
“The bubbles would be manufactured in space by robots. They would form a ‘raft’ about the size of Brazil. This would be placed at a Lagrange point,” the WEF continues. “That is, a point in space where the Sun and Earth’s gravity balance each other out. This would keep the raft fixed in position.”
“This kind of large-scale physical solution to climate change is called geoengineering,” the WEF explains.
“Several such ideas have been proposed, from spraying aerosols into the upper atmosphere to churning up tiny bubbles on the ocean’s surface, all with the aim of reflecting solar radiation back into space.”