‘Michael Moore presents Planet of the Humans, a documentary that dares to say that ‘our leaders have taken us down the wrong road — selling out the green movement to wealthy interests and corporate America.’ “Have we environmentalists fallen for illusions, “green” illusions, that are anything but green, because we’re scared that this is the end—and we’ve pinned all our hopes on biomass, wind turbines, and electric cars?” asks the film makers
No amount of batteries are going to save us, warns director Jeff Gibbs (lifelong environmentalist and co-producer of “Fahrenheit 9/11” and “Bowling for Columbine”). This urgent, must-see movie, a full-frontal assault on our sacred cows, is guaranteed to generate anger, debate, and, hopefully, a willingness to see our survival in a new way—before it’s too late.
It can be seen that some of the most enthusiastic supporters of the green agenda to campaign against global warming and climate change are the companies and corporations that many would consider the most unlikely. The fossil fuel industry and their corporate allies are no strangers to the transnational green agenda. At all. And as alluded to in this Forbes article, ‘stopping global warming’ will cost at least $50 trillion by the year 2050.
The Forbes article also explains how investment banking giant Morgan Stanley are recommending a basket of stocks in each area of zero-carbon tech where, according to Forbes, various large companies are expected to ‘lead the transition’ and profit from increased climate change spending. These allegedly include General Electric, Bloom Energy, Exxon, Chevron and BP, Siemens, Neste, Shell and Valero Energy to name but a few – many of these the very companies blamed by environmetal campaigners for the alleged climate change crisis in the first place.
Featuring: Al Gore, Bill McKibben, Richard Branson, Robert F Kennedy Jr., Michael Bloomberg, Van Jones, Vinod Khosla, Koch Brothers, Vandana Shiva, General Motors, 350.org, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sierra Club, the Union of Concerned Scientists, Nature Conservancy, Elon Musk, Tesla.
Music by: Radiohead, King Crimson, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Blank & Jones, If These Trees Could Talk, Valentina Lisitsa, Culprit 1, Patrick O’hearn, The Torquays, Nigel Stanford, and many more.’
(Text above from the film makers)