The WWF and Eco-Imperialism
- What’s more, this latest campaign (taking over areas populated by indigenous people) by the WWF (formerly the World Wildlife Fund) is very easy to spin as something unimpeachably noble and right...
- of what is truly
- the most shocking and evil aspect of the Global Warming Industry:
- the WWF (annual income: £400 MILLION) have been able to subvert the scientific process, and
- of filthy rich investors even richer. If this scheme ever comes off – and it still might, if Americans are foolish enough to vote for Cap and Trade – then the WWF will have the financial clout
- Reference: EUReferendum, "Amazongate II: A green gold rush," by Richard North, 3/21/10
- The head of the 2007 UN Climate Report was installed by Saudi Arabia according to East Anglia email 4/22/2002. Has he been publicly ridiculed as a tool of big oil? No. There is plenty of money to be made by oil companies in deals with the warming industry and they're already underway. It's a matter of public record, but many don't hear about it because US media won't report it (some media companies are heavily invested in the industry as well). This issue is mainly about trillions in carbon trading, and some oil companies are already involved in carbon offset deals. It's not the oil companies that are the problem. If it were we would have been drilling our own oil decades ago. ed.
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