As world leaders meet this week at Glasgow for COP26, real-life data such as cold weather and increasing sea ice hints at the falseness of their faux climate crises.
When I moved to Delhi in 2019, I was greeted by a winter that was colder than even the typically frigid weather for that season there. People with lower incomes did not have heaters in their homes. Some resorted to street-side fires of wood and rubbish burned in a pile. I assumed that the cold was an anomaly, but the cold continued and harsh winter temperatures would come back to haunt the residents in 2020 and appear to be returning in 2021.