ABC Forgets’ Documentary Which ‘Absolutely Skewers the Renewable Energy Industry
By Sky News Australia
A new documentary produced by the “far green left” has in fact put the argument forward “that renewable energy is not clean, not green and not practical,” according to Sky News host Chris Kenny.
Environmental documentary film, ‘The Planet of the Humans,’ absolutely “skewers the renewable energy industry,” Mr Kenny said.
“The film goes on to attack major corporations for their pretense, their virtue-signalling on renewable energy”.
Mr Kenny said the stance taken in the documentary is “kinda strange” given the executive producer is Michael Moore, who is a “millionaire, leftist, academy award winning director”.
Mr Kenny said, “why isn’t the ABC talking about this, showing this, debating this?”
“They usually love Mike Moore’s films; they usually love to promote the political films of the green left”.
“This one goes too far for them of course, it attacks renewables and it attacks climate alarmists that they regard as secular saints, like Al Gore”.
He said the new film, “seems to present too many inconvenient truths” for even the ABC to report on.
Here’s what others had to say:
This isn’t about saving the planet, this is about FULL CONTROL OF THE PLANET.
It’s truly sad when we Americans have to watch foreign news to get the truth in journalism but that is where we are.
Everybody also forgets that Gore’s push for carbon credits was because he had positioned himself to make about a half billion $$$ trading them.
“We never stop thinking about the planet”— says Apple, who makes it impossible to repair their devices and constantly releases new ones, attributing to millions of tons of electronics waste.
“What’s charging the batteries?”
“It’s coming from the building.” You know, the electricity that just magically appears in the building.
When a company or corporation claims to be running on 100% renewable energy, they should immediately be cut off from the grid. Then the truth will come out.
I used to do contract IT work for Apple. They claimed 100% green buildings. What they really did was outsource their call centers to other companies, that way they could legally say their buildings were green. They didn’t, they just shifted some work around.
I so appreciate Sky News Australia. News in here in the US is all left, so it’s nice to see solid reporting on US politics from Down Under.
If we find a source of energy that is renewable, efficient, and affordable than we should go for it!! But until then, stop tricking well-meaning consumers.
You’re reminded how bad the U.S. news media sucks when you have to go “down undah” to hear a contrary opinion.