Climahypocrite Matt Damom Says ‘Climate Change’ Will Impact Poor The Most

Let’s check in on Matt Damon, who has a net worth of over $75 million, a bit, shall we?

Damon’s 2012 movie Promised Land which attempted to villainize the natural gas industry, was produced “in association with” Image Media Abu Dhabi. That company was owned wholly by the government of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). According to the CIA World Factbook, UAE exported $166 billion of crude oil in 2013. UAE is also a member of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC).

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The self-obsession was on display when he flew into Australia earlier this week on a private jet before entering privately funded quarantine in a compound at — where else but — Byron Bay, ahead of filming yet another of Marvel’s increasingly tendentious superhero films, but that’s standard Hollywood, despite the shrieks of outrage.

Just a few examples. But, you know what? I actually sort of agree with him on this

Matt Damon: Climate change will most impact ‘the poorest people’

In a new interview, Oscar-winning actor and water equity philanthropist Matt Damon said the link between climate change and water scarcity will deepen over the coming years and predominantly impact the world’s most impoverished communities.

When asked about the connection between climate change and water scarcity, Damon pointed to low-income people in developing countries. Currently, 2.2 billion people worldwide lack access to safe drinking water.

“Those are the people that we’re dealing with, those are the people that we’re trying to reach, and those are the people who are going to feel the effects of [climate change] more than anybody,” says Damon, who co-founded the nonprofit organization Water.org in 2009 and WaterEquity in 2017.

“It’s always going to fall to the poorest people on Earth to bear the brunt of these things more than anybody,” he adds. “That’s the connection.”

He’s correct that it will fall on the poorest, because they will be even more boned by all the Cult of Climastrology policies they want passed. It will make them harder to live, as the cost of living will skyrocket. The cost of energy will skyrocket, and it will be harder to get it. Jobs will be scarce, and be harder to get for the poor. They will hose lower income farmers. The pain for the poor will just continue on and on. And roll up to the middle class.

Rich people like Damon, who won’t give up their fossil fueled private jets and 1%er vehicles, expensive big mansions, pools, fancy pants meals, etc and so on? It won’t affect them in the least, and they won’t give up their own giant carbon footprints. So, yeah, poor people will get hit hard, and Matt can continue living the same life.

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7 Responses to “Climahypocrite Matt Damom Says ‘Climate Change’ Will Impact Poor The Most”

  1. Jl says:

    Yes, the rising gas prices from fighting “climate change” will hurt the poor the most.

  2. CC says:

    Dopey probably never even sees the inside of a grocery store or he might realize the ridiculous increase in food costs might hit a little closer to home than an imaginary crisis.

  3. Hairy says:

    Most charter jet companies offer a carbon offset program toske flights carbon neutral

    On commercial flights carbon offsets ateconly about 2% of the costvof the ticket
    In the USA the cost of offsetting your carbon footprint would cost about $150 per person
    Teach feels this would equate to “skyrocketing” taxes
    That $150 is a lot less than the tax increase due this year under Trump’s last tax plan which gave billions to the elites

    • Kye says:

      Where exactly do you send your carbon offsets? I’d be interested to know how much you spend a year on what you seem to think others should spend. I suspect you pay ZERO in carbon offsets.

      What tax increase is due this year from Trump on the working man? And exactly how does a tax plan “give” billionaires money?

  4. ruralcounsel says:

    Damon shouldn’t worry about those 2.2 billion without access to “safe water.”
    Bill Gates and the Davos crowd plans on exterminating them anyways, to lower the demand for natural resources that they want to hoard for themselves. Plus probably another 3 or 4 billion. Because they don’t need them, you see.

    They just need to create the right pandemic/virus, destroy everyone’s economy, use environmental laws to crater the value of any natural resource company (like energy), buy up all the farmland and other resources they can get their hands on on the cheap, and institute one world government so they can control the rest of the population of the earth.

    Then our “natural” lords and masters can rule in relative peace and safety, keeping diminishing resources for themselves.

  5. Jl says:

    John, not surprisingly, manages to get just about everything wrong in his post. He still fails to realize that the jet that he just threw away money on is still departing, still emitting the same CO2. Nor has he yet shown any proof on why such a practice needs to be done in the first place. Next is taxes-there is no tax increase due this year under the Trump tax plan. That’s not till 2025. But the best for last- “Trump’s tax plan which gave billions to elites”. This is why you’re a liberal, John-you couldn’t pass economics 101. With a tax cut, no one is “giving” you anything. The money was yours to begin with. Good job, John

  6. Dana says:

    As Jessica Chastain said, “I should have left that guy on Mars.”

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