As this Global Climate Strike week moves forward, let me share an interesting perspective on the "defeat climate change" movement from somebody who believes in all the climate apocalypse hype — but seems to have suddenly awakened to the interests promoting it.
Michael Donnelly is a 40-year veteran of environmental activism. He is a longtime friend of left wing film producer Michael Moore and his director Jeff Gibbs, who have just released a documentary titled "Planet of the Humans." Donnelly calls it "the most dismaying Eco-documentary of the century."
Since the facts about Earth's impending human-caused fate were clear, at least to them, Donnelly and Gibbs couldn't understand "why are we losing?" Their conclusion is that "we have been following corporation/foundation-financed Democratic Party-tied misleadership."
"Forget all you have heard about how Renewable Energy is our salvation. It is a myth that is very lucrative for some. [Take] feel-good stuff like electric cars, [the current Big Idea of Vermont enviros]. Such vehicles are actually powered by coal, natural gas or dead salmon in the Northwest." (That seems to be a reference to Big Hydro).
The "Planet" film correctly explains how "all alternative energy itself is fossil-fuel based Solar panels themselves are made with metallurgical coal and quartz - both derived from blowing up mountains The same with wind and even hydro and nukes as the essential major ingredient in the creation of cement and steel is coal.
"None of these technologies existed nor could they exist, without fossil fuels. The grid cannot even operate without fossil fuel-derived steam-generated baseloads. In the spring when the hydro is surging, the Bonneville Power Administration cuts off wind power and still has to keep the Boardman Coal Plant (Oregon's top carbon polluter) running in order to balance the baseload."
Then comes the dagger: "We have to hold the bad actors on `our' side's feet to the fire, as well, if we are to survive this one." The film shows Bill McKibben Al Gore, Richard Branson, and Robert Kennedy Jr. speaking to environmentalists, and then clips of them speaking to industry about all the profits to be made." Michael Bloomberg "basically bought the Sierra Club with tens of millions in donations tied to the Club promoting one of his cash cows, fracked natural gas, as the `Bridge Fuel to a Green Energy Future.'"
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