Whenever you’re looking for the truth about something strange happening, the advice to “follow the money” is generally good. And it’s certainly the best way to explain the global elite’s ludicrous but ruinously expensive (for the rest of us) man-made global warming hoax!
Here’s just the latest example: Tory peer John Selwyn Gummer’s private company has been paid more than £600,000 from ‘green’ businesses that are raking in millions from his advice to Ministers. Meeting the UK’s climate change commitments costs the British taxpayer a staggering £18 BILLION every year.
The Conservative grandee heads the Government’s powerful Climate Change Committee that vigorously supports pumping billions of pounds in public subsidies into firms profiting from the scam.
Yet a Mail on Sunday investigation has discovered that his family-run consultancy has been paid huge sums by businesses that have cashed in on those lucrative taxpayer-funded handouts.
MPs say Gummer should have declared the payments – but he never has.
Last night, he vehemently denied any conflict of interest and insisted he had fully complied with disclosure rules.
He admitted his company received the payments, but insisted the work it undertook did not involve climate change issues.
Explosive documents leaked to the Mail reveal that Sancroft International has been paid by at least nine businesses and campaign groups involved in projects to cut greenhouse gases.
That is the main aim of the committee 79-year-old Gummer leads – although policies it champions have been criticised for forcing up taxes and household energy bills.
Among the dossier’s contents, we can reveal that:
lEngineering giant Johnson Matthey, which makes batteries for electric cars, paid Gummer’s firm nearly £300,000 over five years before he personally urged the Government to speed up plans to make all new cars on Britain’s roads battery-powered;
Venture capitalists Temporis Capital – whose profits from windfarms and solar energy projects are bolstered by huge Government subsidies – paid the company £50,000 between 2012 and 2017;
Controversial green energy producer Drax, which gets £700 million a year in Government subsidies, paid Sancroft £15,500 while the Climate Change Committee was writing a report on its activities.
Last night Gummer, who was a Tory MP for 40 years before becoming Lord Deben in 2010, was facing calls to resign over what appear to be ‘colossal’ and ‘scandalous’ conflicts of interest.
As the £1,000-a-day chairman of the Committee on Climate Change (CCC), Gummer is subject to a strict Cabinet Office code of conduct, which clearly states that officials should declare publicly ‘any private interests which may, or may be perceived to, conflict with your public duties’.
Of course, ultra-Europhile Gummer is not alone in being caught up in a web of profitable conflicting interests. The key architect of the entire global warming hoax is former US Vice-President Al Gore.
Gore partnered up with a British man named David Blood in 2004 to create a climate change investment company called Generation Investment Management (GIM). Mr. Blood was the former Chief Executive of Goldman Sachs Asset Management. GIM is also owned by a collection of other Goldman Sachs cronies. Goldman Sachs has been a major government-controlling puppet master for decades.
The London-based GIM invests money from institutions and wealthy investors in companies that are going green. In 2006, GIM bought 10 percent of Chicago Climate Exchange shares for $23 million. CCX owns half of the European Carbon Exchange so there are plenty of profits to be made by Gore and his gaggle of Goldman Sachs cronies.
To give an example of the shocking impact of Gore’s carbon scam, even essential public services such as hospitals have to pay huge annual levies for the carbon emissions created by their heating systems. This is a massive hidden tax on the health service – a great way to transfer even more money from ordinary citizens to the globalist elite.
Or take another prominent ‘climate change’ fanatic – Prince Charles. John Gummer’s conflict of interest is small change compared with that of the heir to the throne.
While Charles has called for global warming ‘deniers’ to be tried as criminals, he himself is a shameless carbon profiteer. While promoting alternative energy sources, he has opposed onshore windfarms as ‘hideous’. Hence his loud support for windfarms all around the coast of Britain at first sight seems somewhat strange. Until you learn the truth about this scam:
The Royal Family will pocket tens of millions of pounds from the massive expansion of offshore windfarms.
They will net up to £37.5 million extra income every year from the drive for green energy because the seabed within Britain’s territorial waters is owned by the Crown Estate.
Experts predict the growth in offshore windfarms could be worth up to £250 million a year to the Crown Estate. There are already 436 turbines in operation around the UK’s 7,700-mile coastline – but within a decade that number is set to reach nearly 7,000.
The Crown Estate said profits from windfarms in Britain’s territorial waters – which extend almost 14 miles from the coast – could rise to £100 million a year, giving the Royals £15 million.
But industry experts say this is an under-estimate and that the true figure is likely to be nearer £250 million by 2020, with £37.5 million for the Royals.
Nice work if you can get it. But, if you can’t, just keep paying your taxes!