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Big-Green have more money than Big-Oil but the media are blind to it.

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Big-Green have more money than Big-Oil but the media are blind to it.

http://joannenova.com.au/2014/05/big-green-have-more-money-than-big-oil-but-the-media-are-blind-to-it/

Finally, some coverage of the massive amount of money pumping the Big-Green agenda. What is really so remarkable about this is that skeptics are winning, despite the fact that the greens have almost all the institutional, academic, government, and big-media support, and far, far more money. All we have is truth and wits. The Washington Examiner Mainstream media don’t know Big Green has deeper pockets than Big Oil Ron Arnold Mainstream reporters appear not to be aware of the component parts that comprise Big Green: environmentalist membership groups, nonprofit law firms, nonprofit real estate trusts (The Nature Conservancy alone holds $6 billion in assets), wealthy foundations giving prescriptive grants, and agenda-making cartels such as the 200-plus member Environmental Grantmakers Association. They each play a major socio-political role. Seeing Big-Green funding means taking a broader view of the money trail: Invisible fact: the environmental movement is a mature, highly developed network with top leadership stewarding a vast institutional memory, a fiercely loyal cadre of competent social and political operatives, and millions of high-demographic members ready to be mobilized as needed. That membership base is a built-in free public relations machine responsive […]Rating: 9.6/10 (32 votes cast)

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