Sunday, April 30, 2017

Cashing in on climate hysteria

Marching on asphalt, which is petroleum.
Looks as though I missed another anti-Trump, pro-climate march. Darn.

Everybody out in the streets celebrating madness. They are full of hate for those who chose to stay inside or who, like myself, just forgot. The blogger neoneocon explains this hatred:
Think about it this way: if a person is—(a) convinced that AGW has been proven beyond any doubt (b) threatens life as we know it all over the globe; and (c) can be halted and/or decreased by measures we understand and can control if only we had the will to implement them—then if follow that anyone who disagrees is a person who is endangering life on earth.
For all you stooges out on the asphalt, let's understand what this is really all about. Follow the money.

Consider Royal Dutch Shell.
A group of executives who want to fight global warming has published a new report calling for countries to spend up to $600 billion a year over the next two decades to boost green energy deployment and energy efficiency equipment.
That would be, you know, $15 trillion. But who's counting?

Has not thought about Shell.

In this group are ... wait for it ... Al Gore and ... wait again ... Shell. Shell funds this fun group, and the group’s report mainly targets emissions from coal use.


Shell is publicly supporting continued U.S. participation in the United Nations deal. Shell is a major producer of natural gas, which the company bills as a way to fight global warming.


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