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Re: Anti-gentrification
« on: May 19, 2023, 06:05:32 pm »
Our enemies admit our strategy is effective:

Output of the climate-warming gases from the world’s 14th-biggest emitter is already falling even though its Nationally Determined Contribution, a target adopted by the cabinet in 2021, only forecast a decline from 2025.

Regular breakdowns of the coal-fired power plants that supply more than 80% of South Africa’s electricity mean that less carbon dioxide is being pumped into the atmosphere and daily rotational cuts of more than 10 hours a day are further limiting emissions from factories. Crispian Olver, the executive director of South Africa’s Presidential Climate Commission, said “We reckon we are well within the range” of meeting the 2030 target, he said. South Africa aims to reduce its emissions to between 350 and 420 megatons of carbon dioxide equivalent by 2030, bettering a target set in 2015 of emitting between 398 and 614 megatons by that date.

As power supply goes down, population carrying capacity will go down also. The correct response is mass emigration to the former Western colonial powers, in this case the Netherlands and Britain (as well as Australia, Canada, etc.).
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