The New World Utopia.

Editorial by Kenny Brownlee (U.S. Patriot)
Pub: 11/24/2021

Okay, let us build this new world utopia so we all can live happily ever after. What will it take? First thing is Money, our money in taxes, with around $500 billion to combat climate change, mostly for clean energy tax credits. This represents the largest-ever federal investment in clean energy. This has passed the house and is waiting in the senate which may cause this number to drop, but not by much. That $500 billion to hand out to new industry and technologies to manufacture and build and maintain all the windmill turbines, electric automobiles, nuclear power plants, batteries, and the mining of lithium and much more that we do not even know yet.

What other industry will be born from this, I mean, all this seems good and beneficial for all, but who will get trampled to get there? Who will pay the price not just in taxes, but higher inflation and gas prices during the transition from oil and gas to green energy? The middle and lower class Americans will be hit the hardest, my SS check will not increase, if it does, the increase in Medicare will offset any extra revenue. While the costs of living go up around me, my income will stay the same. Small Business will get hit, why? Because with 80,00 more IRS agents they will target them with audits. The most used quote or selling point for the New Green Deal is and will always be “SAVE the planet for future generations” Okay, let us take a look at what this new world utopia may look like.

Wind Turbines

This is what it looks like now, theses Hugh wind turbines stand tall across the sea and landscape in mostly rural and middle American farmland. I watched a video of an interview with a farmer who has allowed three to be installed on his family farm, he bragged that the extra $3,000 dollars per year help him out. I thought that was extremely low considering the amount of money the owners of the power company are making off them. Can you imagine what this will look like after 100s of thousands more of these enormous windmill machines scattered out all over the place. I watched another documentary on this subject that interviewed people who live within the areas of wind farms. They reported the load noises and vibrations caused by theses monsters.

Waiting in yards all over the place, not in your neighborhood? right.

They say there is not much you can do to recycle theses monsters, I guess we will have to figure out something to do with them. In the meantime, just pale them up somewhere far from the rich and wealthy of our society or burry them. Maybe no one will dump them into our oceans.

 Solar Panel graveyard.

Turbine blades can last up to 20 years, but many are taken down after just 10 so they can be replaced with bigger and more powerful designs. Tens of thousands of aging blades are coming down from steel towers around the world and most have nowhere to go but landfills. In the U.S. alone, about 8,000 will be removed in each of the next four years. Europe, which has been dealing with the problem longer, has about 3,800 coming down annually through at least 2022, according to BloombergNEF. Add Thousands to this number of useless blades after 10 years, can you see a problem here? No problem, they will figure all that out along the way. Have you ever heard the saying? “we will cross that bridge when we get there” Sounds about right!

 Is anyone asking the right questions? How will this affect wildlife, sea creatures? I know they have done research on all this. But we are talking about thousands more if theses Hugh monsters scattered all over the place. And to be sure of this, you will not see any of these monsters around the rich and wealthy, that is not going to happen. Listen, to be totally off fossil fuels by 2050, and only use wind farms to power 100% of households, it would take about 1.28 million turbines. If we cut that in half assuming, we would have other clean energy resources it would be 640,000. The U.S. Wind Turbine Database indicates that there are 60,576 turbines operating in the U.S., including Puerto Rico and Guam. In total, wind energy supplies just under 7% of the country’s electricity, according to Alvarez.

The Biden Administration claims: The New Target Aims at 50-52 Percent Reduction in U.S. Greenhouse Gas Pollution from 2005 Levels in 2030. Building on and benefiting from that foundation, America’s 2030 target picks up the pace of emissions reductions in the United States, compared to historical levels, while supporting President Biden’s existing goals to create a carbon pollution-free power sector by 2035 and net zero emissions economy by no later than 2050. With all that said, the current $500 billion is just the start. (see chart below)

After reviewing this chart above, I say God help the future generations, I hope the leaders of this generation will be happy for them. Let us break this all down, we are talking about 8-year span of time, because we are already at the end of 2021 soon to be starting 2022. For every household in American it will cost a total of $371,000 dollars, that’s 371,000 / 8 = 46,375 dollars per year per household. What a wonderful blessing for our future generations. I did not add up all the maximum sides of the cost per household. Only 10,000 for net zero emissions and 50,000 for Jobs. I don’t even make $46,000 dollars per year now, much less in the coming years. Who is going to pay for this?

Electric Cars

What will it take to be electric within the transportation sector of our society? More Lithium.

Did you read that 65% of water is consumed by mining for Cobalt and wreaks havoc on water ways with toxic waste, while over 800,000 died in 2020 from water related diseases world wide. (WHO)

As you can see, the extraction of lithium is and will take a toll on the environment at some point, I wonder how long before another future generation comes along and kills this green new deal for another better idea?

How long will car battery packs last before having to be replaced? If properly cared for, an electric car’s battery pack should last for well in excess of 100,000 miles before its range becomes restricted. Consumer Reports estimates the average EV battery pack’s lifespan to be at around 200,000 miles, which is nearly 17 years of use if driven 12,000 miles per year. Do you drive more than 12,000 miles per year? The average cost to replace battery packs range from $5,000 to $15,000 currently. At the moment, only about half of the materials in an EV battery pack are recycled, but with EVs expected to undergo an explosion in popularity over the next decade or so, car manufacturers are looking to improve this. VW recently announced a pilot plant for battery recycling which will work towards a target of recycling 97% of battery components. I would hope so, would hate to see car battery packs buried like windmill blades.


So, I hope the future generations will enjoy and appreciate this wonderful New Green Utopia. I have to say, I hate this for my kids and their future, I’m an old man, I may live to see some of this actually take place, it will be interesting to see how it works out. But I hope the people of this county can replace the current leadership and slow this ship down and make it right before jumping blindly into nothing just to see if it will work. I don’t think it is very wise to just shut off Oil and Gas production and force the way to cleaner energy. I do not believe the middle and lower class households will be able to make it, the higher gas prices and inflation is to much. There is nothing in this for people on social security, we will be hit the hardest. A newborn baby of today, will be in debt to the Government for more than $250,000 dollars over their lifetime. When will the Green New Deals STOP?

Look, I believe all this clean new energy will be worst for the environment than current energy resources are. I know everyone will tell it won’t. But you should always know that a car salesperson will tell you anything to sell you that car. Even when they know problems exist that will require attention in the near future. Studies have reviled that lithium will not last forever, one day we will run out. With around a billion light-duty vehicles on the roads, and the number set to rise to 3 billion by 2050, electrifying the global fleet could put a huge squeeze on lithium supply. So, what will you do then? Well, that is yet to be seen.

The thing is, Jesus Christ is returning very soon, and He will set everything right, He will crush man’s governments. For that to take place, the world will be willing to accept a new world order. One Government, One Religion, and One Economy. This Green New Deal seems to be a worldwide evert to go green. It is the beginning of the end. Don't put all your faith in this new utopia, it is not what it seems.