Behold, the messiah has come! Democrat politician, U.S. climate envoy, and failed presidential candidate John Kerry waxed poetic to his fellow attendees at the World Economic Forum (WEF) Davos 2023 conference, saying how “extraterrestrial” it was that such a “select group of human beings” had gathered together to engage in “saving the planet.” At least Kerry has kept his ambitions reasonable and achievable…
”I mean, it’s so almost extraterrestrial to think about “saving the planet.” If you said that to most people, most people they think you’re just a crazy, tree-hugging, lefty, liberal—you know—do-good or whatever…but really, that’s where we are!”
But Kerry also prophesied climate doom during his Davos talk, according to CNBC. “I’m convinced we will get to a low-carbon, no-carbon economy — we’re going to get there because we have to,” he pontificated. “I am not convinced we’re going to get there in time to do what the scientists said, which is avoid the worst consequences of the crisis.” And, unsurprisingly, saving the planet requires lots of money. Because Kerry is a selfless idealist totally uninfluenced by financial incentives.
“So, how do we get there?” Kerry asked. “Well, the lesson I’ve learned in the last years and I learned it as secretary [of State] and I’ve learned it since, reinforced in spades, is: money, money, money, money, money, money, money. And I’m sorry to say that.” Very believable, John. Don’t mind the fact that climate alarmists have been wrong for 50 years. And did he mention he needs money?
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