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Michael Moore Exec-Produced "Planet of the Humans" Strikes a Chord During SIP

Uploaded: May 1, 2020
Michael Moore (who I for one don't always agree with or follow his logic completely) has executive-produced a new film available to view for free on youtube: Planet of the Humans. In it the close ties between the green environmental climate-change "industry" and Wall Street are discussed. What I got out of it is that we need to reduce our consumption and lesson the need for fuel of any source, be it fossil fuels or green energy such as wind and solar, which are shown consume large amounts of fossil fuels themselves in their production and operation. Al Gore is somewhat dissected as well.

A line from a followup video on youtube where MM, the producer and director are interviewed and defend the movie against criticism from leading environmental groups and leaders speaks to the core issue: The Corona Virus has reduced the amount of total world-wide consumption of virtually everything and CO2 production in a month than the environmental movement has accomplished in decades.

Seach youtube for Planet of the Humans and following that watch Michael Moore, Filmmakers Respond to criticism...
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