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Climate Crisis Is a Psyop Designed To Take Away Rights, End Democracy: Morano

The climate crisis is a psychological operation intended to take over where COVID left off – with the ultimate goal of establishing a tyrannical form of government, says climate expert Marc Morano.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — “I don’t think anybody can deny the impact of the climate crisis anymore,” President Joe Biden said in reference to the devastating Maui fire and Hurricane Idalia.

This was the latest addition to the narrative about man-made climate change that is being promoted – and seemingly escalated – by world leaders and the mainstream media. Those skeptical of the story being told – that humans and their activities are the cause of an oncoming global apocalypse – have been labeled “climate deniers.”

The Biden administration’s Climate Czar, John Kerry, recently insinuated that those questioning the official position on man-made impact to the world’s climate belong to a “cult.” And United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres proclaimed in late July: “Climate change is here. It is terrifying. And it is just the beginning. The era of global warming has ended; the era of global boiling has arrived.”


According to NASA and many other institutions and organizations, there is an overwhelming consensus – Cornell reports a whopping 99 percent – among scientists regarding man-made climate change.

But by simply scratching the surface, it becomes apparent that this claim doesn’t hold water. For example, world-renowned climate researcher Dr. Judith Curry – former chair of the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at the Georgia Institute of Technology – calls it a “manufactured consensus” and argues that scientists are pressured or bribed to accept the official stance.

“It's complete balderdash,” says Greenpeace co-founder Dr. Patrick Moore. “We're stuck in this situation where all this negative information and scare stories are being fed to the politicians so they can use them to control the public.”


Dr. Bjørn Lomborg, former director of the Danish government's Environmental Assessment Institute in Copenhagen, is perhaps one of the most vocal voices for a more balanced and less fear-driven conversation about climate.

He dismisses the claim – made by President Biden and so many others – that the catastrophic Maui fire was caused by climate change.

“Pointing wrongly to climate change is dangerous because cutting emissions is one of the least effective ways to help prevent future fires. Much faster, more effective and cheaper solutions include controlled fires to burn away vegetation that could otherwise result in wildfires, improving zoning and enhancing forest management,” Lomborg writes.


The official “consensus” around man-made climate change causing wildfires was challenged in late August, when Greek police apprehended 79 arsonists accused of setting the fires that have raged in the country over the summer.

“Arsonist scum are setting fires that threaten forests, property and, most of all, human lives," Greece’s Civil Protection Minister Vassilis Kikilias said on national TV on August 24, the BBC reports.

It has yet to be revealed whether the perpetrators acted alone or if they set fires on orders from someone else. However, it’s perhaps not too far-fetched to suspect that those promoting the man-made climate change narrative have a vested interest in inflating the evidence of it.


Despite the media reports constantly blaming “climate change,” arson has also been a significant factor behind the past years’ devastating California wildfires.

Curiously, the number of wildland arson arrests in the state nearly doubled from 2019 to 2020 – from 70 to 120. In 2021, 142 people were arrested, and last year, the number was 162. So far this year, 62 suspected arsonists have been apprehended, according to CalFire.

Little information is available on the motives of the perpetrators who are setting the pristine California forests ablaze. In the summer of 2021, a former criminology professor, Gary Maynard, was captured by federal agents after allegedly setting at least four fires. Maynard remains in jail pending trial.


Climate expert Marc Morano says that man-made climate change is being used as a pretext for pushing society in an authoritarian, dictatorial direction.

“The COVID psyop is ending, and the climate psyop is now in full swing,” Morano says – meaning that both are artificial constructs used to manipulate and oppress the population: psychological operations.

The rulers’ goal, Morano argues, is to end personal freedoms and liberties and usher in a new dictatorial system of government. Like the so-called pandemic, climate change is a weapon in their arsenal to achieve this:

“We already see how they are merging climate change with public health. There are calls for Biden to declare a climate emergency. Just like with 9/11 and COVID, an emergency declaration will grant the president new powers to place restrictions on everything from household appliances, gas-powered cars, travel and freedom of movement – you name it,” Morano says.

“That’s where we’re heading. That’s the whole purpose of the climate change scam.”

Morano points out that another aspect of the discourse on climate change that we recognize from the days of the pandemic is the inclusion of identity politics.

NASA climate change scientist Dr. Kate Marvel has claimed that “climate justice and racial justice are the same thing, and we'll never head off climate catastrophe without dismantling white supremacy.”

“Identity politics has invaded the climate debate. It’s absurd when we have a NASA scientist saying that climate change is caused by white supremacy. It’s insane,” Marc Morano tells The Florida Standard.


At a committee hearing in July, John Kerry had trouble explaining the most basic claims of man-made climate change when put on the spot by U.S. Rep. Scott Perry (R-PA), who pressured him on the basic details of his mission.

Perry wasn’t happy with the answers he received – especially regarding the Biden administration’s climate agenda, which he claims would spend outrageous amounts on carbon capture and unproven technologies.

“In December of 2022, you told The Washington Post we need to remove 1.6 trillion tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere via direct air capture, the direct cost for that is about $1,000 per ton or $1.6 quadrillion,” Perry said.

“You want to have the American taxpayer… Spend 1.6 quadrillion dollars on a problem that, A: doesn’t exist and that you… might be exacerbating, because it’s unknown … it might actually destroy life.”

Kerry did not make much effort to address Rep. Perry’s fears.

“Why do you think 195 countries in the world… their prime ministers, their presidents [agree on climate change],” Kerry said, during which Perry rapidly cut him off:

“Because they’re grifting like you are, sir.”