Joyanna Adams

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Venezuela VS California: What’s the difference?

Nobody Wins

Jeb Bush was talking about making Puerto Rico a state. Well…if you go by recent events and the politicians running the country, why don’t they just make Venezuela a state too?

After all…we have so much in common:venezuela lighting

The Venezuelan government will begin rationing electrical supplies this week in response to high demand triggered by heat. Public employees will only have to work six hours a day until further notice, and police units will be sent to inspect private businesses to ensure they only use their allotted amounts. Venezuelan Vice President Jorge Arreaza blamed the measures on climate change.

But, of course all the government buildings will have PLENTY of electricity.

In the America Venezuela called California, they are doing basically the same thing:

Recently, Jerry Brown has given strict orders for the people of California to only use so much water. Nobody was paying any attention, so he got out his trusty pen (a trick he learned from the President) and signed an executive order…to stop people from going on about their day, and drinking! It’s outrageous!

SACRAMENTO – Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday called for $10,000 fines for residents and businesses that waste the most water as California cities try to meet mandatory conservation targets during the drought.

But he didn’t stop there, he is going to stop people driving, simply because, like President Jorge Arreaza, he blames global warming for the problems.Jerry Brown and water

Gov. Jerry Brown issued an executive order Wednesday sharply speeding up this state’s already ambitious program aimed at curbing greenhouse gas emissions, saying it was critical to address “an ever-growing threat” posed by global warming to the state’s economy and well-being.

New York is the next to be on the global warming control of energy issues:

Amid a far-reaching push to reduce New York’s environmental footprint, city officials on Wednesday weighed a City Council bill to limit internal and external light use in many commercial buildings when empty at night, a change that could affect some 40,000 structures and rethink the shape, or at least the hue, of what residents see when they look up.

The environmental considerations are clear: reducing potentially wasteful energy use as part of the city’s bid to curb its greenhouse gas emissions. The administration of Mayor Bill de Blasio has expressed support for passing a version of the bill, calling light pollution a citywide scourge for migratory birds and sedentary New Yorkers.

Yes, Mayor Bill De Blasio is going to save the birds.

Of course, none of these politicians will have to cut their energy consumption.

Nobody Wins, when a government can control all your food, your water, and your money. The lights on Broadway…are going….dim.

You…lose.New York blackout

April 29, 2015 - Posted by | Climate Change, tyranny, Uncategorized |

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