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BACKLASH AS MEDIA SAYS LET PETS DIE AND DON’T EAT MEAT, WHILE GLOBALIST ENERGY AGENCY CALLS FOR CLIMATE LOCKDOWNS

by Steve Watson

You’ll own nothing, go nowhere, live in a pod, eat lentils and bugs, let your dog die of cancer, and enjoy it.

Bloomberg News elicited a massive backlash over the weekend for offering ‘tips’ to Americans who might struggle with the rising cost of living which included letting their pets die and eating lentils instead of meat.

The piece, titled “Inflation Stings Most If You Earn Less Than $300K. Here’s How to Deal,” was penned by Teresa Ghilarducci, professor of economics at the New School for Social Research, a private university in New York.

Ghilarducci proved she is completely out of touch with the reality of life for everyday Americans, writing “I expect those most affected will adjust to inflation in the classic way by shifting away from relatively expensive items toward close substitutes.”

She continued, “Here are some ideas on how to reconfigure consumption and lessen the blow. But again, adjustment is hard for people without savings or choices.”

The professor then outlined how people should take public transportation instead of driving, eat meat subsitutes like lentils and vegetables, avoid buying items in bulk, and avoid medical expenses for pets.

Right, so let pets die? In short yes.

Ghilarducci writes “If you’re one of the many Americans who became a new pet owner during the pandemic, you might want to rethink those costly pet medical needs. It may sound harsh, but researchers actually don’t recommend pet chemotherapy — which can cost up to $10,000 — for ethical reasons.”

TOP TIP: Let beloved animals die of cancer.

Ghilarducci also reasoned that because “Meat prices have increased about 14% from February 2021 and will go up even more,” we should eat lentils instead because the price of those is only “up about 9%.”

“Plan to cut out the middle creature and consume plants directly. It’s a more efficient, healthier and cheaper way to get calories.” she states.

When Bloomberg tweeted out the article, with the bullet point “nobody said this would be fun,” the backlash was swift:

pic.twitter.com/4Y6XXNv3QG— The Right To Bear Memes (@grandoldmemes) March 19, 2022

Shut up and eat your lentils, peasant. https://t.co/IiDzbaTqwQ— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) March 20, 2022

-Bathe once a week – save on soap and water
-1 ply toilet paper is the way to go
-Try fasting, who needs food?
-Don’t mow the lawn, eat it— Stephanie Kilroe (@georgiadorkings) March 19, 2022

Eat from free food tables. Lick your fingers clean instead of wasting money on soap. https://t.co/s4VyOrlnpO— Ron Bassilian (@Ron4California) March 19, 2022

Bloomberg’s Op-Ed would only be about 5-10% more unreasonable if they suggested eating the sick dogs they believe should be allowed to die for economic reasons. https://t.co/dG0t66jO0o— Ford Fischer (@FordFischer) March 20, 2022

The median annual salary in the US is $35K! Inflation is record high (40 year high of 7.5%). Coping suggestions will get more and more ludicrous… https://t.co/ticyTqp1nW— Prof Shamika Ravi (@ShamikaRavi) March 20, 2022

Inflation stings most if you’re in the bottom 99% of earners. https://t.co/UIJwLsrUng— Seth Masket (@smotus) March 20, 2022

The Liberal Establishment Guide To Handling Inflation:

“Eat lentils, poors!” https://t.co/Z3tWy9iluh— Michael Knowles 🤌🏼 (@michaeljknowles) March 20, 2022

Crazy that one of the suggestions isn’t to stop paying subscriptions to out of touch, dusty media outlets. https://t.co/C1dTlzqYX3— Soren Bowie (@Soren_Ltd) March 20, 2022

Good news. According to Bloomberg, you can avoid all the disastrous policies of the Biden White House for just a mere $300k a year!

Can you say, tone deaf? https://t.co/qFQUdpHxVo— Wesley Hunt (@WesleyHuntTX) March 20, 2022

Tips to cope with inflation if you’re poor:

– suck it up, buttercup https://t.co/uxhaPySte8— Emily G (@EmilyGorcenski) March 20, 2022

Have you read headlines like this one lately? The mind reels. Boggles. Who the hell do these people think they are? https://t.co/D6YgbSO91e— Matthew J. Peterson (@docMJP) March 20, 2022

i keep buying lentils but im still poor, what gives https://t.co/Tt5sqLdSJQ— Broski (@broskiFGC) March 20, 2022

pic.twitter.com/fdCELESNuP— Matt’s Idea Shop (@MattsIdeaShop) March 20, 2022

➡️ Turn off the money printer https://t.co/BWVhjSq51Q— Senator Michael Rulli (@michaelrulli) March 20, 2022

People really, really, really, really do not like inflation, and this is why https://t.co/W7TVIJvgD2— Noah Smith 🐇🇺🇦 (@Noahpinion) March 20, 2022

I don’t think “get rid of your car and eat lentils instead of meat” is a winning message for Democrats. https://t.co/gtxBAVEm5U— Matt Rinaldi (@MattRinaldiTX) March 20, 2022

Get used to poordom, suckers. https://t.co/wCv3pNpKsE— John Ales AF (@IAmJohnAles) March 20, 2022

Meanwhile, in response to the skyrocketing prices of oil and gas, the globalist International Energy Agency (IEA) has called for lockdown style restrictions, including banning the use of cars on Sundays and forcing people to work at home for half the week.

OIL MARKET: @IEA launches 10-point plan to “restrain” oil demand, including recommending cutting highway speeds by 10 km/h; making public transport cheaper, car-free cities on Sunday, etc.. It’s the 1970s-style savings program (and it’s needed!) #OOTT https://t.co/kJtExPR7nY— Javier Blas (@JavierBlas) March 18, 2022

Climate Depot notes that the agency’s “A 10-Point Plan to Cut Oil Use” includes reducing speed limits, working from home, cutting business air travel and imposing an SUV “tax.”

A 10-point plan to cut Oil Use by @IEA ! @WECouncil https://t.co/0yFF7QqPiF— WEC-Greece (@GreeceWec) March 21, 2022

You’ll own nothing, go nowhere, live in a pod, eat lentils and bugs, let your dog die of cancer, and enjoy it.

In the face of rising oil prices brought on by the Russian invasion of the #Ukraine, the International Energy Agency has released a 10-Point Plan to Cut Oil Use. https://t.co/mnkpUHp6et pic.twitter.com/A9k8SXxcrj— Keane Gruending (@KeaGru) March 18, 2022

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