Report: Artists Destroy Art To Save Climate

The irony of this is so rich.

A little-known climate change advocacy organization heavily funded by celebrities and influential left-leaning foundations has been quietly dishing out grants to various activist groups deploying unorthodox and extremist methods across the world to protest fossil fuels, documents reveal.

Anti-fossil fuels groups have been ramping up protests in the United States and overseas as part of a coordinated campaign to bring awareness to climate change by vandalizing fine art, blocking major roads, and even gluing themselves to sports cars. Many of these activist hubs are being bankrolled by Climate Emergency Fund, a Beverly Hills-based charity linked to Hollywood celebrities and top liberal nonprofit organizations aiming to shape the Democratic Party’s agenda, according to tax forms and other documents reviewed by the Washington Examiner.

“Climate Emergency Fund has quickly become the ATM that radical environmental activists turn to fund their latest disruptions,” Caitlin Sutherland, executive director of the conservative watchdog Americans for Public Trust, told the Washington Examiner. “And as their destruction increases, so should the scrutiny on who is bankrolling the Climate Emergency Fund and their ties to more mainstream environmental groups that might disagree with these over-the-top and dangerous tactics.”

It isn’t just artists that finance these nihilists but relatives of wealthy oil billionaires do too, including media and tech billionaires. They have a right to do what they want with their money, but they’re financing the very groups who hate their existence, including the wealth and productivity that helped them obtain the riches they enjoy. They do this either out of a sense of guilt or they want to prevent any more people from becoming wealthy (i.e. minimize competition). Regardless of the reasons, their contributions are grounded in evil.

It is like what Winston Churchill is said to have remarked: An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile, hoping it will eat him last.

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