Repeating the lie often enough until it’s believed to be the truth, Leonardo DiCaprio is still professing that tackling climate change is the biggest problem facing the world, although he did inject just a hint of honesty into his comments, stating that it was also the biggest chance to make a dirty buck, what he described as the “biggest economic opportunity.” Just ask Al Gore where all of his money came from.
In another of the never-ending UN awards ceremonies they hold for themselves, DiCaprio told the audience, “There are a few, very prominent people that still deny the overwhelming conclusions of the world’s scientists that climate change is largely human-caused and needs immediate urgent attention.” he told a U.N. awards ceremony on Friday evening. Thankfully, he’s likely referring to the president-elect.
If these guys really mean what they’re saying, which they don’t, why don’t they just play the video from the last ceremony and FedEx the trophy to the recipient. That would be the environmentally responsible thing to do as nothing in their spiel ever changes.
He said, “To those who may be discouraged by nay-sayers, let me remind you, the environmental awakening is all over the world and the progress we have made so far … has always been because of people, not governments,” DiCaprio told the United Nations Correspondents Association event in downtown New York. It sounds like Leo is recognizing that the governments are not getting the traction they had hoped in burdening their people with this foolishness. That’s due to the election of Donald Trump, pure and simple. If Clinton had gotten in we’d all be shopping for caves to live in.
Earlier on Friday, outgoing UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon said acting on climate change meant “jobs, growth, cleaner air and better health”, adding that leaders of top companies, governors and mayors understand this. It also means economic destruction, which is a job killer, and the people of the world understand this.
They labeled the Paris Climate hoax agreement as “a precious achievement that we must support and nurture”, and that “There is no going back.” Sure there is, it’s quite easy. The treaty was never ratified. It’s not in force. Simply doing nothing is going back, quite easy, and very necessary.
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