Watch: Guyana President Schools BBC Flak on Global Warming BS

A smarmy global warming cultist from the BBC decided he was going to lecture Guyana’s President Irfaan Ali this week, and it didn’t go very well. It turns out that President Ali understands the fake science of global warming much better than the BBC flak and he lit the guy up in a fiery exchange.

Guyana has been a poor and developing country for many, many years because it didn’t have much in the way of natural resources. That’s all changed now that the country has discovered massive reserves of oil and natural gas in its coastal waters.

Those resources offer access to one of the things that separates poor countries from rich ones: cheap, affordable energy.

 

President Ali wants oil companies to start drilling as quickly as possible because this is the chance for his country to finally step into the modern age. Naturally, that doesn’t sit well with the global warming kooks who would like us all to be living in grass huts while driving dopey electric cars.

What the BBC reporter didn’t anticipate is that even though President Ali is from a poor country, he’s no dummy. He knows the fakery of the global warming scam inside and out and knows how to balance that against the economic needs of his people.

In short, he could care less what the billionaires in Davos or the unelected European Union dictators think about what Guyana should do with its oil and gas reserves.

Watch him light this reporter up:


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