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Al Gore and Group Demand $15 Trillion for Climate Change!

Al Gore has the same rights to his beliefs and to share them as everybody else. After all, that’s one reason why the guarantee of freedom of speech is so important – to promote a healthy dialog on important matters.

The problem with Gore though is that he has tried to raise the climate change issue to a insane degree. And this insistence of giving $15 trillion to this cause is ridiculous, especially with a national debt of $20 trillion, who could this be allocated from?

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.

The Energy Transitions Commission’s (ETC) report claims “additional investments of around $300-$600 billion per annum do not pose a major macroeconomic challenge,” which they say will help the world meet the goals laid out in the Paris agreement.

ETC is made up of energy executives, activist leaders and investment bankers, including former Vice President Al Gore, who would no doubt get a piece of the trillions of dollars they are calling for.

Now it is clear. We have a group of business leaders who want to ride the government’s coattails and Gore wants a cut of the action.

This runs into trouble when the Trump administration is factored in. Yet these folks are persistent when they see government cash at the end of their quest.

Trump has ordered Obama-era policies meant to comply with the Paris agreement be rolled back, but the White House is mulling whether or not to pull out of the agreement altogether. European countries and energy companies have been pressuring the White House to stay party to Paris.

Royal Dutch Shell, for example, aided the pro-Paris faction of the Trump administration by 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.

Shell funds ETC, and the group’s report mainly targets emissions from coal use.

There is big money to be made from promoting this agenda.

When this kind of money is involved, you can bet that the science will be bent in the direction of those who can benefit from it.