Barack Obama who’s about as much a nutrition expert as his wife Michelle, was paid a whopping $3.2 million as keynote speaker at the Seeds & Chips Global Food Innovation Summit in Milan, Italy on Tuesday, speaking about food security and climate change.
That’s $3.2 million for advising the unwashed to keep meat off the dinner plate.
Likely hoping most wouldn’t remember the $100-per serving wagyu steak he preferred to have served up in the White House during his days as president, Obama now warns the world that more people on the planet are eating meat—causing a dramatic rise in climate emissions.
The unproven theory that eating meat causes a spike in climate emissions comes straight from the propaganda of his late environmental mentor, UN Poster Boy Maurice Strong, who told a UN conference in 1992..:“It is clear that current lifestyles and consumption patterns of the affluent middle class, involving high meat intake, consumption of large amounts of frozen and convenience foods, use of fossil fuels, appliances, home and work place air conditioning, and suburban housing are not sustainable.”
All global warming gurus, past and present, leave Sasquatch-sized global footprints on the same Mother Earth they claim to be rescuing.
Obama used a private jet and a 14-car convoy to get to the ‘Climate Speech’ venue, and that’s not counting the 300-plus security staff he had in tow.
The dangers to the environment of meat eating, Hussein Obama style:
“As people want to increase meat consumption, that in turn is spiking the growth of greenhouse emissions coming out of the agricultural sector,” Obama said, pointing to countries that were consuming more meat. (Breitbart, May 9, 2017)
“People aren’t as familiar with the impact of cows and methane,” Obama said, adding that “as people want to increase more meat consumption, that in turn is spiking the growth of greenhouse emissions coming out of the agricultural sectors.”
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