We could soon live in a world where elites control where and how often we travel, Glenn warns. Glenn reviews a study that found that 41% of French citizens support limiting people to 4 flights in their entire lifetime. The nation has already outlawed certain domestic flights over 2.5 hours long and global elites are pushing similar policies worldwide. Glenn reviews "2030 targets" for air travel that are already being discussed around the world, including in 14 American cities, and that, if passed, could affect a twelfth of the world's population: "Basically, it will annihilate the air travel industry" ... except for the rich. However, the media's "fact checkers" have tried to suppress this information. So, Glenn gives his advice on how to get news that you can trust.
Below is a rush transcript that may contain errors
GLENN: There's something that I think that you need to -- you need to know.
There was on TikTok.
Yeah. I know. I know.
You're going to -- what? The Chinese government, TikTok is doing something nefarious?
Yes. And it's not just them.
We're about to see a big, big change, in social media. And it revolves around the news.
And I'll explain more of that tomorrow.
But there was a -- there was a -- an account that was held by Evita Duffy-Alfonso.
And she's a staff writer at the Federalist. And cofounder of the Chicago thinker.
And she was talking about what these climate psychos are doing.
And they're -- they're going to restrict our movement.
And this is -- this, I think is just a convenient effect of everything this administration has done. From not searching for our own oil, to putting all kinds of restraints people. To, you know, just making sure that the airlines are in their pocket. And the shortage of workers now that we have. I don't know if you've flown recently. But it's an even less fun experience that it used to be. And it is also undependable now. You don't know if you will get trapped someplace. At least that's the way I and my family feel, that you fly some place, and you get to the plane. And you're like, okay. It's delayed. But there's -- in my family, there's been I think three planes that they were waiting for. And it took them two days to get home. Because it was delayed, delayed, delayed. Canceled.
And that's not a dependable thing. And I think that works to the advantage of the climate huggers. Because here's what they really want. Now, she made a video, and she said, these facts.
And they were taken off, because they're misleading or harmful to humans. Okay? I don't -- what? Huh. So here's the thing.
In France, it is incredible what they're doing in France. New study conducted by the research firm, consumer science and analytics institute, found that 41 percent of citizens in France, support banning people from flying more than four times in their lifetimes because of climate change.
You would only take four flights your entire lifetime! Even more disturbing, 59 percent of 18 to 24-year-olds support the radical limit on air travel. So what did they do?
In France, they have already outlawed domestic flights less than two and a half hours long. So you know, two and a half hours long, that's about a 20, 21-hour drive. Okay.
It's not here to the burbs. It's not even to New York to Rochester, because that's about a 45-minute flight. That's New York to Cincinnati. Maybe even further than that. That's a long flight. You won't be able to fly. In France, they're already doing it, within two and a half hours from the airport.
So what does that mean? Well, when they're banning gas. When they're forcing you into a car, that only goes 400 miles, that's not -- 400 miles is not enough to take you two and a half hours. So how are you driving there in one day?
The key is, you're not driving there. The G40 cities, which we have talked about, the G40 city climate leadership group. This is a globalist climate organization, and we got red flags for talking about this.
Because they say, this is not true. But listen to the way this is worded.
Because it is absolutely true.
I can tell you, that the global climate organization, is 100 cities across the world. Fourteen American cities.
It has a 2030 target, important. Target. Of limiting air travel to one short hall return flight, less than 1500 kilometers. Every three years, per person.
14 American cities. Now, when I say, this is their goal, this is what they're trying to do, we were flagged by, I don't remember which social media group. As telling untruths. Because they said, no. It says target. And I said, that's a goal. No. That's a target.
Nowhere do they say this is a goal. This is just a number that they're throwing out there, and they're not saying that it has to be done. I said, that's -- that's the same with a goal.
Anyway, so they're suppressing this for some -- some reason or another. If the C40 cities get their way. People will not be able to take their one short hall flight every three years, since C40 cities make up about 112th of the global population. One flight per person, every three years, would cut the air industry's emission by way more than 43 percent.
Basically, it will annihilate the air travel industry. So if you lose -- you know what will be left? Concord's for really rich people. Private planes for really rich people. That's -- that's all that will be left. The really rich people will travel. You will not.
This is -- this is what they banned her for. It is so important, that you learn how to find the truth, and find it on your own.
There is coming a time -- I mean, Pat, what do you think the honest odds are, that we go -- I mean, there's a chance. Miracles happen. And it doesn't have to be this way.
But Israel is escalating the airstrikes against Gaza. Iran is behind it. Iran has a nuclear weapon. Iran has the crazy religious people who say, we're going to destroy Israel, to hasten the return of the promised one. Which is end times talk. But then you have Russia on their side. China just sent six ships into the area.
We've got two carrier groups now in the area. What are the odds we're not in World War III, a year from now?
PAT: That we're not? Hmm. I would like to think it's at least 50/50.
GLENN: Okay. 50/50. Do you remember -- maybe you didn't learn this. I'm sure you did. In the 1930s -- or, 1940s when we went to war, every newsroom had a monitor. They couldn't edit you after you were out. They couldn't suppress it after you were out. So you had to have a military. For any national program. You had a military monitor. Okay?
GLENN: And they told you, pretty much, what you can and cannot say. No. No. No. You're not saying that. That's in World War II.
With the internet and with everything, not just being national. But international. Do you really think that monitors won't be in everybody's newsroom? And, actually, if you say no, I don't think so. You're probably right. They won't be monitors.
PAT: They don't need to be in every room.
GLENN: They will just shut you down. They will just throttle you, so you won't have anybody listening. Or watching.
PAT: And they can already, and do already.
GLENN: Already do that. And it will happen overnight.
GLENN: And it will happen when it's -- there's a real crisis, and you get up. And you want to know about it. And you want to look for your favorite whoever, to explain this. And they're not going to be there. So it's vital, that you learn to hear over the noise. And actually be able to decipher, what is true.
And there's a couple of easy things that you can do. And we'll tell you about that, coming up in just a minute.
So the first thing you need to do, if you're learning -- if you want to be your own editor, you want to be able to find the truth. This is one of the most frequently asked questions to me.
Who do you trust? How do you find out who to trust? You know, where do I go to get the real news? I will tell you, that I know, because I work here, and I'm the Founder of it. Blaze tries really, really hard, to get it right. Daily wire tries really, really hard to get it right. The caller, Daily Caller, tries to get it right. There's a -- there's a few websites, just the news, I trust.
However, you shouldn't trust anyone. You have to look for the sources. And, for instance, Just the News, gives you all of the sources because they're mainly, they're generating the stories themselves, entirely.
And so they're reporting on what they have learned. And so the sources are there. But you can't trust anybody.
What you have to do is first, narrow it down. By saying, have you ever read one of those stories?
Let me give you this. Have you ever read one of those stories where you're not sure, what the hell you're talking about?
You can't follow the story, because a gunman walked in, and then they did this?
And then they got into the car. And you're like, wait. Is -- is there more than one person?
Is it a he, she?
No. It's just somebody that identifies as they? Is that right? You've probably read those stories before. That, you should write that down so you know to journal. Can't trust this news source.
If they can't get some eternal truths right, because of political correctness, you cannot trust them.
So if they're -- they're using they/them or, you know, pronouns that are -- if they say, what was the Maxim.
Did you see this?
Australia Maxim came out with their Hot 100, and a number two or number five is a guy.
PAT: Yeah. The hot 100 women.
GLENN: Hot 100 women. And it was a guy. And she ain't hot.
PAT: No. Looks like a guy. A square-jawed guy.
GLENN: And so it's like, look, I don't get my news from Maxim. But they're not trustworthy on anything. If they cannot get that right, you can't believe anything that they say. If they're willing to publish that big of a lie, then you don't know when they're lying.
The more subtle stuff will come very, very easily to them. So that's the first thing that you have to do.
And I suggest you start doing that now. Start making a list of organizations that you trust. Those organizations are going to have a tough time surviving here in the coming times. Especially if we go to war.
You need to know who they are. And you need to know how to follow them directly.
I told you earlier this -- this episode, that we were talking to -- or no. I'm sorry. I was reading the story yesterday. That came from Facebook.
Campbell Brown was running their news division.
And they're getting rid of their news television.
Now, I'm not sure exactly yet, all that it means.
And I think they wouldn't tell us all that it means.
But what -- how it's being reported it is that media, the social media companies, they're so tired of getting in trouble from the government. On, you know, what to print.
What not to print.
And all these news things. That they're just -- they're going to get out of the business.
Well, what business is that?
Is that you, curating the news yourself?
Or is it -- does that also include places like the Blaze, who is a news publisher?
Are we not allowed to publish -- is that in the future, that we won't be allowed to publish on Facebook?
My guess is yes. Because the minute this is implemented. ABC, CBS. All of these discredited mainstream media places, you're not going to see their stuff.
Because if Facebook isn't selecting those stories, from those companies, do you know anybody that goes to ABC.News.go to get their news?
Because I don't. I don't.
And you need to know, who they are. Because when this starts to backlash. Because the Facebook is not pushing you to ABC or CNN or NBC.
They're going to feel the pinch. And we've already felt it. When you're banished to outer darkness by Facebook or whoever.
You feel it. And it affects your bottom line.
I just more is coming on this.
So know how to get a hold of your people. Because right now, is probably the best it's going to be for a while.
When you say, I want to follow that person. If they're conservative, and news, you're going to probably have more and more harder times getting those stories actually into your feed.
And it's important that you get the stuff that you trust, from the people you trust. And stay one with the news.