The Green Cheat – White Rose Writing Challenge 2024

The climate change narrative

Today we look back on covid as the biggest medical scam ever perpetrated on humanity. Yes, it’s not entirely over yet. Sadly, some people still believe in the lies and are still brainwashed from the propaganda. Covid was a threat – not so much because of the alleged illness itself, but due to the restrictions and the loss of our basic freedoms.

There is another threat that lies directly in front of us, in fact it has been all around us for decades, but it is getting always closer. It’s the one massive lie about climate change – formerly known as global warming, ozone hole, acid rain, forest decline, global cooling… you name it.

Along with the fabricated problem come the carefully planned solutions, such as Net Zero, smart cities and other agendas with which they fool us. All to save the planet? No, it’s all about control, depopulation and destruction – a raging war against humanity.

Together, we will expose the fraud and encourage others to stop supporting the climate change nonsense.

The Green Cheat will be a collection of essays written by authors who know that the climate change narrative is unscientific, propagandistic and fraudulent.

Let’s get started!

Sharpen your pencil, fill your fountain pen with ink, or open your computer file and start typing. Ready, steady, go!

Have your say!
  • Why is the climate change narrative a fraud?
  • Where, when and how did it all begin?
  • Who are the people, institutions, organisations behind it all?
  • What is your personal journey?
  • What are the scientific facts and figures?
  • How does the future look like?
  • How can we topple the false narrative?

Summarise everything you want to share on the subject and send it to us by using the same email address as in the newsletter (please read the conditions below before submitting). Alternatively, send your essay in a letter. Write to us an email to receive the postal address. You can also find our postal address in the printed magazine.

If accepted, your essay will be published in a book along with the work of other authors! (View previously published books here.)

  • The essay must be written by yourself.
  • Please use an editable odt or doc file for your text (not PDF).
  • Length: 1.5-4 standard pages (750-2000 words – see word counter here).
  • Add a title and your full name or pseudonym above the text. Please don’t forget!
  • Please use plain, clean text, no special formatting. Use italics and capitals sparsely, but if possible, avoid bold and special characters.
  • Avoid swearing words, ‘adult’ content and vulgar speech.
  • Stick to the subject. Make sure it’s readable for others.
  • Check for spelling, grammar, syntax and style mistakes.
  • Edit your text until it can’t get any better.
  • You can submit up to three essays, each written by yourself.
  • Deadline: 31 July 2024

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