Khan’s Ulez part of global C40 programme to control how we live
C40 includes buying less clothes & meat, taking fewer flights, reduced car ownership, making devices last longer
Major funders include eco-orgs, governments, billionaire philanthropies & Open Society Foundations
Mayor Khan’s expanded Ulez is just a small part of a much larger programme to control how we live our lives. The C40, a global network of mayors from 96 cities, is proposing measures that would make our lives poorer, more restricted, more miserable and more controlled. These include buying fewer clothes each year, eating less meat and dairy, taking fewer flights, reduced car ownership and ownership of technological devices being restricted. Mayor Khan is the C40 Chair, and despite opposition from Londoners and Labour politicians, is driving this agenda forward.
The C40 is funded by eco-organisations, governments, billionaires and the Open Society Foundations set up by George Soros. It raises the question of who Mayor Khan is really working for, when he implements his expanded Ulez as part of his C40 agenda.
There’s a quite a lot of heat and noise being generated at the moment about London Mayor Khan’s expanded Ulez (Ultra-Low Emission Zone) which is supposed to start at the beginning of this week. But what few seem to have noticed is that Khan’s Ulez is just a very small part of a much larger programme to control how our rulers believe we should live our lives.
Khan’s Ulez is part of the C40 programme:
C40 is a global network of mayors of the world’s leading cities that are united in action to confront the climate crisis. It was founded in 2005 as C20, and has since expanded to its current network of 96 cities, including London.
Here’s a link to the C40 website, in case you think I’m making this up.
Here’s an overview of what the mayors of the 96 C40 cities are planning for us:
It’s the usual measures to make our lives poorer, more restricted, more miserable and more controlled by our rulers:
- buying fewer clothes each year and making those clothes last longer
- eating less meat and fewer dairy products
- taking fewer flights
- ‘enhancing building utilisation’ which could sound a lot like squeezing ever more people into ever smaller homes
- reduced car ownership and reduced travel by car
- making all our technological devices last longer – does that mean restrictions on how often we can buy new devices as part of our ‘individual carbon budgets’?
And guess who is the C40 Chair?
Yup. it’s our favouritest mayor – Mayor Khan.
Many people have been wondering why Mayor Khan is implementing the Ulez expansion when not only Londoners but also several Labour politicians (including Starmer) seem to be against it, blaming it for Labour’s failure to win the Uxbridge by-election.
Well, hopefully you are now aware that the expanded Ulez is just a tiny part of a much larger globalist agenda which looks suspiciously like a form of climate-catastrophist lockdown for us ‘useless eaters’. So, it should be clear why Mayor Khan is driving this through in spite of the howls of opposition and in spite of the doubts of his own Labour Party.
There’s a lot more I could write about the C40 Cities assault on our lifestyles. But you can go to the C40 website if you’d like more information. However, there’s just one thing I should add – I found it interesting to look at who is actually funding this horror story. Here’s a link to the funders page.
Major funders include eco-organisations such as the Climateworks Foundation, Global Environmental Facility, the Climate Change Collaboration and the European Climate Foundation; Governments such as the U.K. Government, the German Government and the Danish Government and foundations set up by billionaires such as Bloomberg Philanthropies, IKEA, the Hewlett Foundation, Fondation L’Oréal, Google and Novo Nordisk.
Moreover, there is one more major funder which surely deserves a special mention – the Open Society Foundations. The Open Society Foundations website explains “George Soros is the founder of the Open Society Foundations. He has given away more than $32 billion of his personal fortune to fund the Open Society Foundations’ work around the world.”
So who is Mayor Khan really working for when he implements his expanded Ulez as part of his C40 agenda? Londoners? The Labour party? Or the eco-fanatics and the multi-billionaire Davos globalists? I’ll leave you to decide.
David Craig is the author of There is No Climate Crisis, available as an e-book or paperback from Amazon.