Saturday, November 24, 2012

Fossil Oil Money: WWF founded and run by Royal Dutch-Shell; Greenpeace takes Standard Oil funding

We climate sceptics are often accused as lackeys of a heavily funded disinformation campaign underwritten by Big Oil, Big Coal, and other Big Spenders.

But the reality is that if we skeptics expect to make any money, we’ve obviously joined the wrong side of the funding divide. Yup, sadly, I’ve pretty much abandoned any expectations that the Koch brothers or Exxon are going to send me a gratitude check any time soon. The fact remains that it is our adversaries - climate alarmists - the Greenpeace & WWF who rake in the moolah from fossil oil funding.

( If any person or group dares to question the great global warming and climate change orthodoxy, green clerics will first attempt to discredit them – normally by leaping across the table and pointing the finger of shame right in their face, exclaiming,
“You’re funded by Big Oil!”
That makes it all the more ironic when you consider who first funded, and later ran the great global flag ship for the modern green movement…

Donna Laframboise‘s recent article entitled, The WWF’s Vast Pool of Oil Money chronicles the rise the globalist green charity – seeded with funding from global petroleum giant Royal Dutch Shell, who’s former President of 15 years, John Loudon, later served as president of WWF International for four years after that. 

In 1961 Shell Oil forked-out the handsome sum of £10,000 to help found WWF-UK, money that in today’s terms equates to £418,000 – or $663,000 (see the historical calculator here).

But that’s only the beginning. WWF continued to ride the wave of oil cash for the next 40 years – from giants like BP, Shell and others, until the year 2000.

Their own militant stance makes it all the more interesting that Greenpeace itself is funded by Standard Oil money, and so is Sierra Club – according to the watchdog website Activist Cash.
Rockefeller Brothers Foundation
Greenpeace $1,080,000.00 1997 – 2005
Sierra Club $710,000.00 1995 – 2001
ACORN $10,000.00 2002 – 2002

Rockefeller Family Fund
Greenpeace $115,000.00 2002 – 2005
Sierra Club $105,000.00 1996 – 2002
ACORN $25,000.00 1998 – 1998

Rockefeller Foundation
Greenpeace $20,285.00 1996 – 2001

Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors
Sierra Club $38,250.00 1997 – 2000
Suffice to say that the neither of these champions of climate change and global government – the WWF and Greenpeace, would exist without all that juicy Big Oil Money.
One last inconvenient truth should be mentioned here. The unofficial leader of the global warmist movement, Al Gore, is also heavily invested in, and is doing massive deals with – Big Oil.

Estimates put Gore’s wealth holdings in Occidental Petroleum upwards of $500,000 in stocks and shares, which stands to reason why Gore fixed up the deal to sell the country’s US Naval Oil Reserve… to Occidental Petroleum –  in a no bid contract, naturally.

Still, so many people admire Al Gore so for all wonderful his ‘environmental credentials’.

Or could it just be a case of the bland leading the blind?

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