There is the truth, and then there is the "Truth." The "Truth" is a story our governments are feeding us, supporting their agenda. I am afraid the United Nations has turned into a cesspool. When COVID-19 was first being reported, the World Health Organization said there wasn't a problem and, as a consequence, the virus was allowed to escape from a single city in China to appear worldwide. Our governments toed the same line, saying that masks were unnecessary and there was no reason to close China's borders. I can remember when we had our first five patients in Canada. They had come from Iran. My government failed to close the borders to any of the sources of infection until months after it was too late. I am still waiting for them to ban air travellers from China.
The "Truth" also applies to climate change. Once again, the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) experts are misinforming people, and our governments are colluding in the narrative. Our planet is not dying; it is greener than in the 70s. Once again, I was driving in the country a couple of days ago, and the road was unrecognizable with the overgrowth of the foliage. It is a topsy-turvy world where the way to prevent hunger is to stop growing food.