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Greenpeace co-founder says Climate Change a combo of 'extreme political ideology & a religious cult'

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Published on Feb 27, 2014

Patrick Moore, the co- founder of Greenpeace, says he left the group back in the mid '80s after being with them for 15 years, when he says the group took a hard turn to the political left and began to adopt positions he could not accept with his scientific background.

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When asked by Hannity what's driving the Climate Change agenda, he said this: It is a powerful convergence of interests among a very large number of elites, including politicians who want to make it seem as though they are saving the world, environmentalists who want to raise money and get control over very large issues like our entire energy policy, media for sensationalism, universities and professors for grants -- you can't hardly get a science grant these days without saying it has something to do with Climate Change. It is a kind of nasty combination of extreme political ideology and a religious cult all rolled into one. And it's take over way too much of our thought process and way too much of our priorities. There are millions of children dying every day from preventable vitamin deficiencies and diseases and we're spending hundreds of billions of dollars on a problem that may not exist.

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