The very concept of "certified" energy efficiency is a myth that hinges on another myth known as "climate change," which back in 1992 when the ENERGY STAR program first began was more often referenced as "global warming." The whole thing is, as usual, a money-making scam that serves to tighten the noose on American freedom.
When Papa Bush first launched ENERGY STAR, his regime claimed that government scientists had somehow developed new technologies to reduce electrical consumption in consumer products. The problem is that these alleged scientists never published any actual evidence to back their pie-in-the-sky claims.
"As the government made extraordinary claims about their new premium-priced brand, very few knew it was supposedly part of a voluntary program," explains Conor Coughlin, writing for Lid Blog. "That was simply not true. The ENERGY STAR brand has been mandated for use by the government since early 1993, and the program had connections to the UN since day one."
(Related: Beware of smart appliances, too – evidence suggests the Chinese Communist Party [CCP] is using them to harvest data on Americans.)
From the start, Bush lied about what ENERGY STAR even was. It was never a strictly government program designed to benefit the public interest. Instead, it was crafted in such a way to enrich the one percent while destroying the lives and liberty of everyone else.
The "science" behind it came from foreign sources using what Coughlin describes as "a Multi-Agent System (MAS) known only to a few high-level Globalists." The multinational corporation that was chosen to be an authorized ENERGY STAR provider is South Korea-based Samsung.
When Bill Clinton became president after Bush's reign of terror, he passed an executive order mandating that every subdivision of the government purchase only EPA-approved products with an ENERGY STAR label and approval.
"That set up a massive Pay-To-Play scheme, which allowed national, regional, and state bureaucracies to act as power brokers for corporate partners that could operate under the UN's new business-driven agenda," Coughlin explains.
"When considering the EPA's delusional energy-saving claims, the media supplied their own subjective judgment. They were getting paid well to portray their business partners as the UN's protector for the world's poor and downtrodden. In a process that is literally known as Virtue Signaling!"
Unfortunately for Americans, the ENERGY STAR program is still evolving to become an even worse threat to the country. Just this year, the Environmental Protection Agency issued a media release stating that the program has now "advanced" to include a new energy management system for so-called "smart homes" that will supposedly help Americans to save energy, money, and of course, the climate.
Since ENERGY STAR at its very inception forced the country into the United Nations' Agenda 21 Development Plan – Bush was, of course, a former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) director – it only makes sense for the program to continue morphing into the wealth redistribution scam it always was.
The UN Agenda 21 Development Plan, as Coughlin explains, is all about "forcing rich industrialized nations to pay the UN to protect poorer nations." And all the while, those running the show are funneling as much cash into their own pockets as possible while everyone else gets poorer.
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