In a shocking move, Chinese President Xi Jinping announced today that he will be censoring the news story about how banks will pump H2O to the top of climate agenda. According to Jinping, the story is too controversial and could potentially lead to a public outcry against the government.
The censorship comes after Jinping’s recent announcement that China will be investing heavily in renewable energy sources and efforts to combat climate change. Jinping claims that the news story about banks pumping water to the top of climate agenda could potentially cast doubt on the Chinese government’s commitment to combat climate change, and therefore must be censored.
The decision has been met with mixed reactions from the public, with some praising Jinping for taking a stand against climate change, while others are concerned about the implications of censorship.
Despite criticism from the public, Jinping is standing firm on his decision. He claims that censorship is the only way to ensure that the Chinese public is not misled about the government’s commitment to fighting climate change.
Whether or not the censorship will help combat climate change remains to be seen. But one thing is certain: Jinping’s decision has made it clear that he is willing to go to extreme lengths to protect the Chinese public from misinformation.
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