“Do as I say, not as I do.”
It’s well known that the globalist elites are total hypocrites.
As they push their so-called “environmental” policies (which often ignore basic things like sewage being dumped into rivers), they destroy the livelihoods of working class people while living in total luxury.
The elites expect us to accept more poverty, pay more taxes, and cut our standard of living, while they get to keep on living the high-life.
One of the biggest hypocrites around is Al Gore.
The former U.S. Vice-President turned activist has been pushing policies that would devastate entire industries, crush the Canadian oil sands, destroy coal communities, and put millions out of work. He’s also gotten incredibly rich doing so.
But does Al Gore at least live what he preaches to others?
Not even close.
According to a report from the National Center for Public Policy Research, Al Gore’s energy usage is off the charts.
The heated pool in his massive Tennessee home uses 66,159 kWh of electricity in the past year. That’s six times the yearly usage of the average home in the United States.
In total, Gore’s home uses 34 times more electricity than the average.
Even worse, that’s just the total for one of Al Gore’s homes. He has two other properties.
Here’s an excerpt from the report:
Al Gore resides in a 10,070-square-foot Colonial-style home in the posh Belle Meade section of Nashville, the eighth-wealthiest neighborhood in America according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
The home, which was built in 1915, contains 20 rooms – including five bedrooms, eight full bathrooms and two half-baths. Gore purchased the property, including the home and the surrounding 2.09 acre lot, in 2002 for $2.3 million.
In 2010, Gore announced that he and wife Tipper were divorcing after 40 years of marriage. According to media speculation, Tipper likely lives in the $8.9 million California home the couple purchased weeks before the separation. The Gores have four grown children who no longer live at home. That leaves the former vice president as presumably the only occupant of the home, making his energy consumption even more staggering.
Gore also owns at least two other homes, a pied-à-terre in San Francisco’s St. Regis Residence Club and a farm house in Carthage, Tennessee.
Typical elitist behaviour
Al Gore’s massive hypocrisy is typical of the elites. Just as Justin Trudeau and his rich friends won’t accept any refugees into their own homes while calling for our borders to be opened up, people like Al Gore demand that working-class and middle income people pay the price for their utopian schemes.
The power held by globalist elites is a huge problem, because we are being ruled and governed by people who don’t feel the impact of their policies. That’s why Canada needs a movement of working and middle class people who represent true Canadians, rather than power-obsessed elitists who act only in the interests of global bankers, CEO’s, and politicians.
If that doesn’t happen, the hypocrisy of the elites will be the end of our prosperity and standard of living, and we will all pay the price.
The elites want to hide their many failures behind political correctness, deception, and manipulation. We need to push back and spread the truth.
That’s why I write.
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