What are climate alarmists thinking when they see massive movements and economic changes form around COVID and civil rights, but relatively nothing over climate change?

The Heartland Institute’s Heartland’s Donald Kendal, Jim Lakely, and Justin Haskins are joined by Isaac Orr in episode 249 of the In The Tank Podcast. What are climate alarmists thinking when they see massive movements and economic changes form around COVID and civil rights, but relatively nothing over climate change? Do people just not care about global warming? What is the current state of the alarmists? What is their path forward?

Rolling Stone – ‘A Bomb in the Center of the Climate Movement’: Michael Moore Damages Our Most Important Goal
https://www.rollingstone.com/politics/political-commentary/bill-mckibben-climate-movement-michael-moore-993073/

CotAE – Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison Wages Lawsuit Against American Energy Companies
https://www.americanexperiment.org/2020/06/minnesota-attorney-general-keith-ellison-wages-lawsuit-against-american-energy-companies/

CotAE – Why the Minnesota “Conservative” Energy Forum’s “Cleaner and Cheaper” Slogan is a Fraudulent Talking Point
https://www.americanexperiment.org/2020/06/why-mncefs-cleaner-and-cheaper-is-a-fraudulent-talking-point/

Stopping Socialism – Exposing Al Gore’s Deep Connection to World Leaders’ Socialist ‘Great Reset’ Proposal
https://stoppingsocialism.com/2020/06/al-gore-great-reset-connection/

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  1. Jim Lakely Contributor

    This is our first podcast on the awesome Ricochet Podcast Network, and we couldn’t be more thrilled. We’ve been doing this podcast for a while (it’s Episode #249) so let us know what you think! (And thanks to my buddy @exjon for helping to make this happen … finally.)

    Below are the links from the podcast liner notes and a longer description of what we discuss:

    THE CURRENT STATE OF CLIMATE ALARMISTS

    What are climate alarmists thinking when they see massive movements and economic changes form around COVID and civil rights, but relatively nothing over climate change?

    The Heartland Institute’s Heartland’s Donald Kendal, Jim Lakely, and Justin Haskins are joined by Isaac Orr in episode 249 of the In The Tank Podcast. What are climate alarmists thinking when they see massive movements and economic changes form around COVID and civil rights, but relatively nothing over climate change? Do people just not care about global warming? What is the current state of the alarmists? What is their path forward?

    Rolling Stone – ‘A Bomb in the Center of the Climate Movement’: Michael Moore Damages Our Most Important Goal
    https://www.rollingstone.com/politics/political-commentary/bill-mckibben-climate-movement-michael-moore-993073/

    CotAE – Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison Wages Lawsuit Against American Energy Companies
    https://www.americanexperiment.org/2020/06/minnesota-attorney-general-keith-ellison-wages-lawsuit-against-american-energy-companies/

    CotAE – Why the Minnesota “Conservative” Energy Forum’s “Cleaner and Cheaper” Slogan is a Fraudulent Talking Point
    https://www.americanexperiment.org/2020/06/why-mncefs-cleaner-and-cheaper-is-a-fraudulent-talking-point/

    Stopping Socialism – Exposing Al Gore’s Deep Connection to World Leaders’ Socialist ‘Great Reset’ Proposal
    https://stoppingsocialism.com/2020/06/al-gore-great-reset-connection/

     

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    • June 26, 2020, at 2:10 PM PDT
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  2. Jim Lakely Contributor

    Also … video version (so you can see our faces) is here:

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  3. Eugene Kriegsmann Member

    The Michael Moore film Planet of the Humans is mentioned and recommended in this podcast. I quit the cast about three quarters the way through to look up and watch the film. I don’t like Michael Moore. I have always considered him something of a left wing demagogue, but this film makes up for all of the lies he told in his previous films. He brings his, not inconsiderable, talents to bear on the left itself, and particularly the incredible hypocrisy of the environmental movement, and its very wealthy aristocracy. The film is brutal. It is an hour and 39 minutes long, but never lags. It is worth every minute of your time it demands. Unlike so many films, it isn’t time deducted from your life with no benefit. I have long suspected the motivations of groups like The Sierra Club with its highly paid leaders. I was told years ago by a friend that they, and, very likely, the leaders of the NRA, would prefer that the issues they fought for would never be resolved because that would make their jobs obsolete. This film confirms that and a lot more cynical concerns. Please, take the time to watch it. You can find a link by simply Googling Planet of the Humans. There are numerous links. You will not regret watching it.

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    • June 26, 2020, at 5:53 PM PDT
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  4. Jim Lakely Contributor

    Eugene Kriegsmann (View Comment):

    The Michael Moore film Planet of the Humans is mentioned and recommended in this podcast. I quit the cast about three quarters the way through to look up and watch the film. I don’t like Michael Moore. I have always considered him something of a left wing demagogue, but this film makes up for all of the lies he told in his previous films. He brings his, not inconsiderable, talents to bear on the left itself, and particularly the incredible hypocrisy of the environmental movement, and its very wealthy aristocracy. The film is brutal. It is an hour and 39 minutes long, but never lags. It is worth every minute of your time it demands. Unlike so many films, it isn’t time deducted from your life with no benefit. I have long suspected the motivations of groups like The Sierra Club with its highly paid leaders. I was told years ago by a friend that they, and, very likely, the leaders of the NRA, would prefer that the issues they fought for would never be resolved because that would make their jobs obsolete. This film confirms that and a lot more cynical concerns. Please, take the time to watch it. You can find a link by simply Googling Planet of the Humans. There are numerous links. You will not regret watching it.

    You can watch the film below. You did go back and listen to the rest, didn’t you Eugene? Thanks for listening!

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    • June 27, 2020, at 3:37 PM PDT
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  5. Jim Lakely Contributor

    We also talked about Michael Moore’s Planet of the Humans movie in two previous recent podcasts. Links to them on YouTube below.

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    • June 27, 2020, at 3:39 PM PDT
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    • July 4, 2020, at 10:37 PM PDT
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