A couple of headlines I read today. First:

Biden advisor claims climate is ‘the most significant public health challenge of our time’


Calls to add ‘climate change’ to death certificates

It struck me that Climate Change is now merging with Public Health. It’s all becoming the same thing.

Add to that:

“Systemic climate racism”

and Climate Change and Public Health are now merging with Racism as well.

How long before Sexism and Islamophobia are added in too?

And Environmental Tobacco Smoke (aka capnophobia)?

It’s all becoming one single Existential Threat. A many-headed hydra. Climo-covid-islamo-capno-phobia.

Lots of people are utterly terrified.

But my response is to ignore it all, and trust my own senses. And they tell me that the world is much the same as it’s always been.

It snowed a bit here in England a few days ago. But now it’s melted.

Nothing strange about that.

Nothing strange at all.

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7 Responses to Climo-covid-islamo-capno-phobia

  1. It’s difficult to ignore it all when it’s our overlords in Government pushing all this crap on us

    • RdM says:

      Old-fashioned amusement commentary come back, beginning resistance…

      I don’t believe it …

      Someone has to speak out, and thankfully some do.

      We all need help!

      “Despite the high cost of living … it remains popular.”


  2. Rose says:

    “But my response is to ignore it all, and trust my own senses. And they tell me that the world is much the same as it’s always been.”

    I have to agree with you ,Frank.

    I’ve been for a wander round the garden again today and the wild primroses are beginning to open their flowers, so they clearly think everything is fine too, despite tonight’s snow forecast and I’m sure they are right.
    The bluebells have put their leaves up through the soil no earlier or later than they usually do and the robin seemed hopeful that I would turn over a bit of the dormant flowerbed so he could hunt worms and overwintering bugs, so I did and left the spade sticking upright in the ground for him to perch on the handle in the traditional way that gardeners do.

    I am used to obeying robins, I know that his song is of outrage, anger and threat because I have dared to invade his territory, but I think it’s beautiful and often linger, even though I know it must irritate him.

  3. Rose says:

    I woke to thick snow this morning, the garden looks like fairyland and the robin is helping himself to the fatballs and seeds hanging a short way from my window.

    Nothing unusual about that, it’s February.

  4. RdM says:

    One day in a land far away and a time long gone a Priest came to where the Many were tending their crops and livestock and said…

    “There are locusts coming and we must prepare!”

    Locusts; or A Tale of Monstrous Foolishness

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