The debate involving the categorization of CFC’s (chlorofluorocarbons) and HFC’s (hydrofluorocarbons) as greenhouse gases and if the compounds have any significant role in the alleged existence of global warming, climate change, or global cooling, continues to exist as a lucrative financial venture.
As the “green movement” is aptly named with accolades to George Soros, in a model similar to the residual compensation structure for entertainers, it seems as though each polarizing and newsworthy statement manufactured by climate alarmists regardless of credibility or insanity, evolves into a profitable pay day. On Friday, Secretary of State John Kerry made personal gains while simultaneously lowering the collective IQ of society with this gem.
“Air conditioners and refrigerators pose as big a threat to “life on the planet” as the threat of terrorism,” said Kerry.”
Kerry went on to compare the apparent trials of the environmental movement with the war on terror.
Taken within the context and logic that certain humans consume an abundance of food stored in refrigerators and fail to exercise, which may lead to diabetes, heart disease and obesity, and Kerry’s comment earns a certain level of insight. However, the remark by the heedless politician was uttered at a climate meeting in Vienna. Kerry’s already dwindling score pertaining to credibility and empathy continues to plummet and thankfully his reign of mediocrity will soon come to a conclusion.
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