You can always tell people aren’t believing or buying into their own rhetoric for their actions never match the words that they are saying.
Global warming or climate change becomes a case in point, for we’re constantly told how the sea levels are rising, and yet what is going on isn’t matching up to what we’re being told so it becomes quite hard work believing in the rhetoric that’s puts forth.
For example, if the sea levels are rising, then why do:
The American Military have bases on atoll islands?
Why do billionaires continue to buy islands?
Why do councils allow people to buy sea front properties?
And one only has to look at the campaign against smoky chimneys and yet nothing is being done about the rubbish and plumes that is coming out of the back of planes.
And saying we need to save all the trees and then cutting them down so they can put in the 5G Network, so we can supposedly can have faster internet
And the following talk by Ian R Crane at an early AV2 Conference is just as valid today as when he gave the talk.
When peoples actions stop matching up with the Rhetoric they put forth, it makes it very hard to keep believing what they are saying