Documentary exposes renewables ‘great betrayal’ to green left

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A new film has put the “fear of God” into the Left, exposing renewables as “anything but green”, Outsiders host Rowan Dean says.

Mr Dean said the environmental documentary film, ‘The Planet of the Humans’, has dared to “slay one of the holy writs of climate change”.

“You see this radical left-wing film has done the unthinkable. It has slain one of the holy writs of climate change, the belief in renewables and so-called green energy,” he said.

“Planet of the Humans does something truly extraordinary: it exposes the entire renewable green energy ethos as a hoax.

“It demonstrates what many of us so-called sceptics or “deniers” have long suspected… that the renewable energy industry is a massive con being played by billionaires upon gullible climate believers and that so-called green energy is anything but.”

Mr Dean said the film had caused the “luvvies” to decry the film as being filled with “misinformation”.

But he pointed out even if the film’s facts are only “half accurate,” renewables still pose a betrayal to the Green Left’s beliefs.

“If this film is even only half accurate, renewables are equally the greatest betrayal of all those well-meaning but gullible Australians who so earnestly believe in global warming.”

 

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