November 15, 2017

Marc Morano: UN officials push green energy as the solution to global poverty

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

On last night's show, Marc Morano of ClimateDepot.com joined me to discuss the UN Climate Change Conference in Bonn, Germany.

Green energy is more expensive and less efficient than energy produced by natural gas, oil, and coal. It would be impossible to power large nations like the United States, China, India, or Canada on green energy. But globalist at the UN are trying to sell green energy by claiming it will be a miracle cure for global hunger and poverty.

These conferences are a great opportunity for liberals to virtue signal and find new ways to punish taxpayers with tools like carbon taxes. It's why Justin Trudeau is sending 161 delegates, far outnumbering the delegations of larger countries.

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commented 2017-11-21 17:00:13 -0500
MARK CHADWICK, nobody ever lost money underestimating the intelligence of the North American ‘greenoisie’.
commented 2017-11-16 06:45:57 -0500
All they have to do is follow the Liberal game plan used for shoving green energy up Gontario’s ass . Then they also will be up to their ass in debt like us . Can’t wait for these things to start catching on fire . Great to have energy that no businesses can afford to be competitive . These climate conference’s are a total waist of tax money . Wonder when they will finally go to Hawaii ?
commented 2017-11-15 22:35:39 -0500
Environmentalists are Godless. Pretty much explains their agenda, motivation, raison d’etre.
commented 2017-11-15 21:39:04 -0500
So typical of pompous western bureaucrats to dictate to other people their ‘needs". Africa ha the lowest rates of modern energy use/application on earth – millions die due to lack of heated homes or from spoiled food because of lack of refrigeration.These people are energy impoverished they can’t afford coal fired power or a fridge, let alone, the expensive inefficient green tech crap these climate hustlers are pimping.

Another example of rich westerners telling poor Africans how to live – If they took the money wasted on these pompous climate virtue posing orgies and spent the money on hundreds of small community diesel power plants millions of Africans could afford electric light, hot running water and refrigeration. – but we know where these greed-head greens heads are – right in their own wallets.
commented 2017-11-15 18:02:16 -0500
Green poop.
Keep importing billions of that oil from the Saudis, it so much safer than using our own oil.
Stop all those dangerous pipe lines. One LED light per household for heating and light.
Pipe lines leak, OPEC super tankers never do. Trains are super safe and never derail.
Raw sewage is good fish food.
Miracles from the liebrals . No more hunger no more poverty. With all the worlds problems solved……
Do I have to go to work tomorrow?
commented 2017-11-15 17:57:09 -0500
“UN officials push green energy as the solution to global poverty”

Not surprising when in fact it is the push for green energy that in fact causes poverty for so many in the lower and even the middle class.

The UN has always had its’ collective heads up it collective asses.
commented 2017-11-15 14:54:40 -0500
“… claiming it will be a miracle cure for global hunger and poverty.”

Somebody really needs to put these globalists at the UN back on their medication, their insanity and desperation is becoming more than glaring. How anyone could believe their BS is truly amazing. It just goes to show that the old gene pool is degrading rapidly and each new generation is dumber than the last giving a new meaning to the old phrase “there’s a sucker born every minute”.
commented 2017-11-15 12:56:27 -0500
… Gosh, that is simple. The Left’s solution to both economic and climate issues.
… Of course, it is dishonest and has been disproven everywhere it is tried, but sounds so sweet.
… I guess that the Annual Climate Party is coming to a close with nothing to show for the $100s of millions of dollars wasted, so they have to say something…
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