Interview 1676 – Whitney Webb Exposes How Green Finance is Monopolizing the Planet

Here in Australia aboriginal people are presently being escorted off their land in the name of (you-have-to-guess!). They’re not being evacuated from urban areas, but from those enormous remote tracts over which they have a substantial control.

The quasi-military action is centred on the Northern Territory, source of much zinc, copper, lead, tungsten, lithium, rare earths, vanadium, phosphate, potash, gold and uranium. Not to mention the world’s biggest manganese source. Hmmm.

I’m sure it’s all about making them safe, and those minerals will take on a green tinge as they’re planet-saving characteristics are emphasised to the Guardian-perusing classes. Hmmm.

Our green left, till now willing to riot if an indigenous person stubs a toe, have been deafeningly silent behind their muzzles.

And you’d be amazed how smelly old Whyalla steel smelter in South Australia has become so terribly green and good since its acquisition at bargain price by the terribly green and good Sanjay Gupta. He was in such a great mood over his acquisition that he took a smelly old NSW coal mine off Glencore’s hands and somehow made it much greener. Wonder what he is going to do with so much iron ore and black coal. He talks a lot about “Greensteel”, whatever that is.

Don’t know if Sanjay has a special word for his aluminium smelting ops around the globe, but you can bet the industry-saving Gupta has always got a planet-saving trick up his sleeve. No wonder Prince Charles made him an official HRH Ambassador for Industrial Cadets. Not sure what that is either, but it’s good to know that as the Greta hand makes the resource hit bottom the Sanjay hand scoops it up. Something very balanced and natural about that.

Yep. They’re getting pretty blatant. But keep plugging away, James and Whitney. Some will listen and tell others.


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