A Nigerian climate scientist has spoken out against the leftist billionaires, Bill Gates and George Soros, claiming that they are using Africa as a testing ground for their radical climate theories. Dr. Chukwumerije Okereke accused the billionaires of meddling in Africa’s environmental efforts and warned that his “continent is not your giant climate laboratory.” The scientist blasted their solar geoengineering techniques as extremely risky, and he objected to the idea that Africa should be used for this purpose.
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According to Dr. Okereke, these techniques are unproven and should not be tested on a large-scale basis, particularly in an already poor nation. He claimed that injecting aerosols and deflecting heat could undermine the livelihoods of millions of people. Instead, these billionaires are sending a dangerous message that pollution can be engineered away, rather than encouraging people to change their over-consuming and polluting behavior.
The scientist urged Africa to stop allowing these leftist environmental activists to use the continent for their experiments. He added that technology funded by Soros and Gates is potentially hazardous, and precautions should be taken to protect Africa’s indigenous communities. Soros has recently called on further investment in the Arctic, with the aim of recreating the albedo effect by creating white clouds high above the Earth. He believes this technique could restabilize the Arctic climate system, which governs the global climate system.
The Biden Administration announced a five-year plan to study the effects of geoengineering last year, which Congress approved. However, it’s vital that such studies are conducted with proper scientific safeguards and do not negatively impact the lives of people in Africa. It’s time for these leftist billionaires to stop pursuing their radical climate agenda and start respecting and listening to the experts, particularly those in Africa who are most affected by their actions.