September 29, 2017

Hypocrite Suzuki’s FIFTH home is in Australia — See his carbon footprint there and back

Sheila Gunn ReidRebel Host | The Gunn Show

It's been a little while since we heard anything about Canadian environmentalist and CBC star David Suzuki. But he's back and he's accidentally let it slip that his lifestyle is way more carbon-intensive than he lets on.

Normally when we do hear from David Suzuki he's scolding the rest of us normal people about our wasteful lifestyles while jet-setting across the globe and living in four different houses, worth millions of dollars.

Hilariously, he co-owns one property on Nelson Island, with an oil company, Kootenay oil distributors.

And this week, Suzuki accidentally let it slip in an interview with the Guardian that he also owns a house in Port Douglas, Australia.

So we started researching that house.

I don't know the value of that Australian home yet, but here’s what’s certain:

It doesn't matter how big your home is, if you have to fly halfway around the world to get to it.

WATCH me calculate the carbon emissions Suzuki racks up on the average return trip.

David Suzuki got rich telling us the world was going to end because of global warming and our carbon emissions.

I might take him seriously when he starts living like the threat is real.

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commented 2017-10-02 01:21:05 -0400
According to Vern Cooke’s new scale I’m burning about .002 suzukis. I’ll be expecting a carbon rebate cheque real soon I guess.
commented 2017-10-01 09:49:26 -0400
Not to mention his car collection.
commented 2017-09-30 23:08:52 -0400
5 houses.!!!!!
On his salary .!!!!!!
That’s kind a like the detective who lives in a neighbourhood that’s 2 or 3x beyond his pay scale while driving his brand new Lincoln SUV to work.!!
commented 2017-09-30 20:38:18 -0400
RICK PLESNIK – “So where are the trolls defending their whacko?”

They are coming up with new screen names!
commented 2017-09-30 17:22:49 -0400
At least he is smart enough these days to keep out of the limelight. He is careful about his exposure that is for sure.
Lying hypocrite. He has made a career from deception and we paid a lot of his salary.
commented 2017-09-30 15:55:06 -0400
So where are the trolls defending their whacko?
commented 2017-09-30 15:38:37 -0400
There’s no hypocrite like an eco-hypocrite.
commented 2017-09-30 11:05:39 -0400
I still stay Suzuki should be dropped off on an ice floe, let nature take care of him.
commented 2017-09-30 09:57:22 -0400
So excited to see your new show! More of this original, high quality investigative journalism that is so sorely lacking in the main-stream media. Keep up the great work, someday Suzuki will be scorned across this nation, as he should be.
commented 2017-09-30 09:06:17 -0400
You can be sure Tides Foundation and probably Tom Steyer personally, maybe Rockerfellers as well greased the grease ball. Don’t forget, the Saint himself was adamant and preached incessantly about the imminent ice age in the early 70s. He should be jailed for his climate fear mongering to our kids. His Santa performance in his rubber boots at the liquid North Pole, and his Gestapo style propaganda piece for Wynne directed at Ontario kids should be deemed criminal….the CBC is complicit.
commented 2017-09-30 08:39:05 -0400
Suzuki, the bumbling environmental alarmist, I like Vern Cooke’s suggestion.
commented 2017-09-30 01:45:33 -0400
It would actually be pretty funny in some ways if aliens came and stripped the planet of fossil fuels, at least that way the scum would have to practice what they preach.
commented 2017-09-30 01:43:48 -0400
Vern Cooke sounds sensible to me, but of course filthy green hypocrites hate being exposed for the liars they are.
commented 2017-09-30 00:45:28 -0400
It’s irrelevant about sooozook’s hypocrisy – he’s done his bit for he globalists and he “hopes” he can now escape the poverty stricken dystopia he pimped for his corporate masters. The fruit fly counter turned enviro-god is due for a fall..
commented 2017-09-29 21:06:41 -0400
Canadian Mongrel, I believe the answer is The Suzuki Foundation. According to the Financial Post, between 2000-2010 they raked in $81 million and they’re still at it.
commented 2017-09-29 19:03:23 -0400
@Vern Cooke… if this new standard of measurement is in metric increments , one thousand kiloSuzukis would equal a DiCaprio and one thousand kiloDiCaprios would equal a Gore.
commented 2017-09-29 18:55:32 -0400
Kids get out of school and are home by 2:30pm, which means they’re in school for 6 hours, less lunch, less breaks = 4+ each day.
You can teach them a whole lot of lies in 4 hours and they end up believing people like Suzuki and his agenda. They will idolizing someone like him, because after attending 4 hours of school each day, they don’t know nothing!
commented 2017-09-29 18:53:47 -0400
I recall reading some part of an autobiography of David’s father that both had a hand in writing, about 25 or30 years ago
They would get up in the morning and pray to the sun god

Suzuki’s whole life has a revenge theme
Maybe some body could recall the name of that book
commented 2017-09-29 18:49:03 -0400
As is often pointed out, a university senior lecturer doubling as a front man even on a CBC show does not earn enough to own $12-15 M in property, and we don’t even know a thing about the investment portfolio of this CBC 1970’s Affirmative Action Hire. So who is Suzuki’s sugar daddy, and did Suzuki have to do to satisfy the super daddy’s appetites?
commented 2017-09-29 18:24:47 -0400
I do believe David Suzuki’s parents were among the Japanese people that were rounded up in BC during the second world war as possible collaborators ensuring the security of the country… It was unfortunate that those people lost property and spent time incarcerated while we were fighting their homeland as enemies but it was world war.!! David Suzuki has sworn himself very quietly as an enemy to Canada and Canadians for that act of self-preservation Canada felt necessary during the war 80 something years ago and he has done everything that he could to sabotage not only a country but the economy and the lifestyles of the people that were born here.! He is a terrorist and a racist ( you never see him pick on Japan for the nuclear power plant disaster there or their bad fishing habits.. only white Anglo-Saxon Christian countries suffer David Suzuki ) and proven himself to be absolutely hypocritical and insane at the same time and should no longer even be considered as an Academic or to be taken seriously . If this being the case it explains a lot of the strange behaviour coming from a so-called friend of the country…he should look to Japan for its indiscretions against the world.!!
commented 2017-09-29 18:09:57 -0400
Climate change is nothing but a paycheck to these hypocrite liberals. Icebergs have been receding since the end of the ice age. Oceans have been rising since the dawn of time. Storms have been wiping out civilizations since the the beginning. Earthquakes,volcanos,tsunamis ,the list goes on and on. You would have to be a complete moron to get sucked in to their bullshit.
commented 2017-09-29 16:57:54 -0400
Dr Fruit-fly has resurfaced to help himself to more of our tax money, because he’s entitled to his entitlements. He’s been watching junior hand out our cash around the world, while destroying the goose that laid the golden egg.
commented 2017-09-29 16:26:54 -0400
And people wonder why many of us have no time for the “environmentalists”.
commented 2017-09-29 15:22:32 -0400
I have committed to myself & my Libtard relatives and friends , that should MY carbon footprint ever reach 1/1000000000th of that of Suzuki, Gore, or DeCraprio that I would take their B.S. global warming scare seriously.
Naw, I B.S’d them. I still look forward to burning a tire every year on earth day.
commented 2017-09-29 15:17:13 -0400
Vern Cooke…Bravo!
commented 2017-09-29 14:41:35 -0400
We need a new unit of carbon measurement, the “Suzuki”. Mr. Suzuki’s total footprint is, by definition,1.0. If your personal consumption/carbon output is less than 1.0 Suzuki’s, then you can safely increase your consumption/carbon output with confidence still knowing that you are within the limits established by Mr. Suzuki. You would only have to take action if you are above 1.0.