ER Editor: The video runs for less than 5 minutes, part of a larger interview. Here are the takeaway points made by Canada’s Dr. Patrick Moore, co-founder of Greenpeace.
- Over time Greenpeace became a business that had to have different priorities.
- It started out with a humanitarian perspective, protecting people from nuclear weapons. But it came to view humans as the enemies of nature, i.e. that we’re the only evil species out there while the rest are good. Aren’t humans part of nature? And many of us are good.
- Moore is from a logging and fishing background, where it is understood that people must take from nature in order to survive. There has to be a balance: humans have to stay alive, yet nature needs protecting, too.
- Now we have elites and various organizations of both a national and international nature (such as the WEF) that are formulating a suicide pact, a death wish. They don’t say it out loud but believe that there are too many people on the planet. It’s ridiculous. With the science and technology we have, we’re better off than we were before.
- When climate change became an issue, he realized we were being duped. It was all about money. 80% of the research is done in universities. They have become ‘money-milling machines’, taking government grants to tell politicians what they want to hear. And politicians want stories that make people afraid, such that driving your SUV makes you think you’re killing your grandchildren (ER: equally, a child not wearing a mask makes them think they’re killing granny – same playbook). It produces feelings of guilt. So guilty people will make out a cheque to Greenpeace. All the players – media, government, activists – exaggerate the threat. The scientists are the silent part of it. Money is sent to them by bureaucrats, which isn’t seen…
It’s meant to create scare narratives, making people easier to control.
Fmr. Greenpeace President Dr. Patrick Moore Says the Elites Have a ‘Suicide Pact’ to Reduce the World’s Population
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