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Bill Gates Admits to Having Enormous Carbon Footprint

Bill Gates Admits to Having Enormous Carbon Footprint

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Billionaire Bill Gates confessed to CNN’s Anderson Cooper that he had one of the “highest carbon footprints of anyone on the planet.” However, during his 60 Minutes interview on CBS, the environmentalist and tech titan, received help from the interviewer in promoting the climate agenda that even he doesn’t follow.

Cooper asked Gates, “Are you the right messenger on this? Because you fly a lot in private jets and you’re creating a lot of greenhouse gases yourself.”

Then, unexpectedly for the audience, Gates confirmed the interviewer’s assertion. “Yes, I probably have one of the highest carbon footprints on the planet.” Cooper immediately interjected, commenting that this was “kind of ironic.”

The Guardian reported that Gates “joined a £3bn bidding war to buy the world’s largest private jet services company just as he prepares to publish his new book How To Avoid A Climate Disaster. With this, Gates makes it clear that he is an environmental warrior in the same way that Martin Luther King, Jr. was a white supremacist.

After being exposed as a hypocrite, Gates deflected the issue in favor of the radical climate agenda. The green transformation of all aspects of daily human life would be, for the tycoon, “the most amazing thing mankind has ever done.. .an all-out effort, you know…like a world war, but it’s us against greenhouse gases.” According to Gates’ confession, the billionaire would be on the side of the gases.

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“Yes, I probably have one of the highest carbon footprints on the planet,” said the tycoon who espouses the green utopia while constantly traveling on private jets (Flickr)

Cooper also asked the Microsoft founder if he believed that climate change is the most difficult challenge humanity has ever faced. Gates responded by saying that climate change was worse than COVID-19. The tech titan’s response was: “Absolutely. The amount of change, new ideas, is far greater than the pandemic. And it needs an unprecedented level of cooperation.”

Fossil fuel divestment, to date, has probably reduced about zero tons of emissions, Gates noted. “I don’t know the mechanism for action where divestment prevents emissions from increasing every year.”

Gates: while you are confined, I travel

The tycoon emitter of one of the highest greenhouse footprints in the world due to his constant travel in private jets, promoted that the lockdowns continue until 2022, during an interview with CNN.

“Unless we help other countries get rid of this disease and until there are high vaccination rates among Americans, the risk of reintroduction [of the pandemic] will remain,” Gates stated.

The Microsoft founder also added that “large public gatherings” should remain banned, and that most bars, clubs and restaurants should be closed.

But, in addition, the billionaire also promotes a society without private property, while buying hundreds of acres. We at El American reported that Gates not only has close ties to the World Economic Forum (WEF), but also funds the Forum. Now, the organization has some pretty unique and revealing ideas.

A WEF article promoting the 2030 Agenda speaks for itself: “Welcome to the year 2030. Welcome to my city, or should I say, “our city.” I have nothing. I don’t own a car. I don’t own a house. I don’t own appliances or clothes.”

“In our city we don’t pay rent, because someone else is using our free space whenever we don’t need it. My living room is used for business meetings when I’m not there,” reads the article from the Gates-funded organization.

Rafael Valera, Venezuelan, student of Political Science, political exile in São Paulo, Brazil since 2017 // Rafael Valera, venezolano, es estudiante de Ciencias Políticas y exiliado político en São Paulo, Brasil desde 2017

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