An article on Summit News:-

Historian Niall Ferguson has slammed Greta Thunberg’s climate change hypocrisy at Davos, asking why “I don’t see her in Beijing or Delhi.”

Teenage environmentalist Thunberg gave another hysterical speech at the global confab yesterday in which she claimed, “Our house is still on fire. Your inaction is fueling the flames by the hour. We are still telling you to panic, and to act as if you loved your children above all else.”

“We don’t want these things done in 2050, 2030, or even 2021,” Thunberg said. “We want this done now.”

Ferguson, Senior Fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution, questioned why Thunberg isn’t directing her message to the biggest polluters on the planet.

The short answer is that the Globalists are fixated with developed (relatively affluent) countries and don’t care about Third World countries which can do what they like as far as they are concerned.  Contemporaneously, the Mainstream Media has become obsessed with attacking Donald Trump, and the two work in well together.

“60% of CO2 emissions since Greta Thunberg was born is attributable to China… but nobody talks about that. They talk as if it’s somehow Europeans and Americans who are going to fix this problem… which is frustrating because it doesn’t get to the heart of the matter,” said Ferguson.

“If you’re serious about slowing CO2 emissions and temperatures rising it has to be China and India you constrain,” he added, noting that while Greta travels to New York and Davos, “I don’t see her in Beijing or Delhi.”

Ferguson is right. Take the UK for example.

“Britain’s CO2 emissions peaked in 1973 and are now at their lowest level since Victorian times,” reports the Spectator. “Air pollution has plummeted since then, with sulphur dioxide levels down 95 per cent. Britain’s population is rising but our energy consumption peaked in 2001 and has since fallen by 19 per cent.”

This global pollution map published by the WHO perfectly illustrates Ferguson’s point.pollutors

This separate list on Wikipedia gives the 500 cities of the World with the most atmospheric pollution.

Notably, there are no U.S., Canadian, Australian, NZ, British, German, French, Spanish, Japanese or Russian cities on the list.   There are 7 Italian cities and 17 Polish cities listed.

But what about Chinese, Indian and Iranian cities?  The totals are 283, 32 and 44 respectively — will Stuff(ed), Radio NZ, Newshub and TVNZ ever mention that?

You know they won’t.