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Climate Call Out

Climate Call Out

By Micah Moen 17 Comments September 12, 2019


Elite Green signalers beware!
The mainstream press has suddenly decided it’s no longer going to
overlook your climate change hypocrisy. That’s right, Katy Perry. You can
kiss a girl and like it, no problem. But if you lecture the rest of us about
carbon dioxide emissions while on a yacht at a bogus climate conference,
you are going to get hit in the kisser with a charge of hypocrisy.
I have to admit, this is a fun turn of events. It all happened when Katy
Perry, her fiancé Orlando Bloom, and a bunch of other celebrities
and politicians attended Google Camp. Makes sense, right? Celebrities known
for their big brains are going to solve climate change. Google Camp was
a three-day, $20 million event held at a resort off the Sicilian coast.
Katy and Orlando were joined by Leonardo DiCaprio, Bradley Cooper,
and scores of other notable celebs. Prince Harry is reported to have
given an impassioned speech while wearing no shoes. Apparently, walking
barefoot conveys commitment to the cause. But then there was a plot twist.
Journalists and eco-activists started slamming the celebrities who had
burned massive amounts of CO2- producing fuel to get there. Irish
journalist Eleanore Hutch fumed, “We’re all lugging around KeepCups
and recycling properly while these entitled fools are taking 114 private
jets to a ‘CLIMATE CHANGE’ conference?” World Bank Group estimates that each
one of those jets produced more carbon dioxide than the average family
generates in nearly six months. The many luxury yachts parked at
the resort typically burn about 300 gallons of diesel per hour.
The weird thing is that this kind of extravagant working vacation isn’t
anything new. The International Panel on Climate Change does it regularly.
In 2015 the United Nations Climate Change Conference that created the
Paris Climate Accord produced around 300,000 tons of CO2 emissions.
That’s the equivalent of burning 300 million pounds of coal, according
to the EPA’s Greenhouse Gas Equivalences Calculator. COP 24, a subsequent UN
climate summit in Poland, emitted an estimated 55,000 tons of CO2, or
more than the yearly average of 8,200 American homes. These U.N.
Climate conferences are costing an estimated $150 million each year. Yes,
I know some of the people going to these conferences purchased carbon
offsets to make up for their travel. Fair enough, but these credits
typically go toward building more wind turbines and solar panels or
to plant trees. But I thought the goal was to reduce emissions, not
just offset them. If they want to actually lower their emissions why
not have a giant video conference that requires no private jets
or yachts and still make donations for carbon offset credits? You would
think that the world’s largest tech company could pull this off. But…
luxury resorts off the Italian coast are just so much more fun. Up until
now, the mainstream press and eco-activist groups have ignored bogus
Celebrity green signaling, but, perhaps no more. Why the sudden change?
Your theory is as good as ours. We just think this could be an
important shift. If the people who are supposedly the most concerned
about climate change must now actually live as if they are, this issue is
going to get a lot more interesting. By the way, Katy… Love you
on American Idol. For the Clear Energy Alliance,
I’m Mark Mathis. Power On.

17 Comments found

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Captain Sinclair

Well well well, how the turntables. The celebrities are getting called out for bogus alarms.

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Terry Kimball

Paul Joseph Watson has been calling out these Celebtards for at least a year

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Jonathan

Belief in "Climate change" is like believing in God:
if you believe, you should change to reflect your beliefs.

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K Vlad

Here's your fake climate crisis all wrapped in a neat little video… you're all being carbon scammed for murderous greed and nothing more. https://youtu.be/yqzl3imhQbY

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Grant Keller

Sooo, how much "carbon tax" will be expected ?
Oh ya…Let's not forget about those off shore cruise ship scams…

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B Rob

Edge of won der yt ch

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Cindy Tepper

In Hemingway's For Whom the Bell Tolls there is a part where the peasants form two lines and they make the local elites walk between the lines while the peasants beat, spit etc. on them. Guys at the end of the line grab them and throw them off a cliff.
I'd be OK with that happening to everyone who attended Google Camp.

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Direbear Coat

I loved that ending! It made me laugh.

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Rusty Barnacle

Funny how you are bashing people who are burning fossil fuels, yet promoting the burning of fossil fuels. WTF? And you are bashing celebrities just to stir up hatred. This is such a tired old argument that has been used on Al Gore time and time again for flying in airplanes. We all burn fossil fuels! And that is why it is problem! When I go to buy a car or fill up my tank, there are not many options out there. That is why people are taking about ingenuity, alternatives, solutions, new tech, etc. I don’t hear any solutions coming from “clear energy alliance”. Just a bunch of whining and misinformation.

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comiskey2005

They just like to hear themselves talk. There’s nothing wrong with working toward clean energy solutions, but 100% clean energy is decades away or may never be attainable. Rational people know that cleaner-burning, abundant, domestic, economical fuels like natural gas is the true energy solution for today and likely the next 100 years or more.

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Ju Do

This is what you’re going after? Why not make videos about wasteful agriculture or transportation industries? Celebrities would do this stuff without the environmental-focus they supposedly had, so why not slam all celebrity lifestyles?

This video is so niche in the group it’s targeting, it’s crazy. Spread some awareness of events that happen every day, not once or twice a year. Sheesh.

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Lastjustice

Seems like this elite clowns would save the world by doing nothing on it's behalf. They make everything worse with their "efforts."

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Adam Malec

Sounds like another Koch funded bullshit hit job on climate action. Come on stupid conservatives, don't you have a budget to hire a better writer/graphics person? Calling out celebrities for the modes of travel is so outdated and unfunny.

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DestroyNWO

The technology to produce energy at very little cost has been around since the 1950s, but the people who really run the world, the Deep State and the NWO have surpressed it as cheap energy would devastate the oil, natural gas, and all other energy corporations.

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TheLostSingles

The real media will still support these idiots…CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, MSNBC, BBC and hoards of others will not change their narratives. The scam continues as well as the hypocrites scolding us for not saving the planet so that they can enjoy it more burning fossil fuels whenever they want. Google camp tells you all you need to know that climate change is a farce in tune with Google and it's socialism. If your god is these celebs, you deserve to be hoodwinked.

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Melissa Salazar

Love it! This is exactly what I said only in a video. Cheryl told me I would really like this one and I did. I can't understand how you would think that purchasing clean energy products can make up for you using that much in fossil fuels? Sad they actually think this way.

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pork n beans

TINSAL TOWN LIBTARDS TELLING ME HOW TO LIVE…..NO THANK YOU

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