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I Am Part Of The Solution–Bill Gates

February 8, 2023

By Paul Homewood


What we do without Bill Gates and John Kerry?



Bill Gates claims that it is all OK because he pays for carbon offsets.

But I find this excuse particularly sickening. If he is really concerned about global warming, he would be spending most of his billions on fighting it, never mind adding to emissions through his own lifestyle.

The idea that just because you are rich, you don’t have to follow the same rules as everybody else is abominable.

  1. February 8, 2023 7:00 pm

    If Gates is part of the solution then I’d hate to think what the problem is. He might be the only person ever to score zero on an Emotional Intelligence evaluation

  2. Ann permalink
    February 8, 2023 7:05 pm

    This is unbelievably outrageous! Who the hell do these people think they are? We – the people – didn’t ask them to take on this role either. They are smug, delusional and self-appointed power crazies.

    • February 9, 2023 12:12 pm

      Ann, you have covered the situation well. They remind one of the high school clique, grown older and a lot more evil.

  3. Broadlands permalink
    February 8, 2023 7:39 pm

    What’s remarkable is the fact that the solution Bill Gates promotes can’t possibly work. He is a big promoter and investor in carbon capture and storage. Simple arithmetic, and not an Excel spreadsheet, would tell him that just one part-per-million of CO2 represents 7,800 million metric tons. Even the IEA’s report estimates that 7,600 million from all sources would be required by 2050.
    Even if done that is not even one of the 420 ppm already in the atmosphere. The climate would not even miss it. His money is being wasted along with that of the rest of us who are subsidizing this scam.

  4. February 8, 2023 7:39 pm

    It’s argued by the likes of Bill Gates and John Kerry that the UK must commit economic suicide by cutting its CO2 emissions to set an example to the rest of the world, even though what we can do is negligible. And yet, Bill Gates and John Kerry tell us how we should live our lives and cut our CO2 emissions but don’t seem to think that they should also have to live with those restrictions and set an example to us all.

    • Gamecock permalink
      February 8, 2023 10:14 pm

      “even though what we can do is negligible”

      Don’t flatter yourself. <0.04% is less than negligible.

  5. February 8, 2023 7:46 pm

    When Bill & John, and Al start flying economy to “do their good works” – then, and only then, I might start paying some attention to them…

    (and if it happens, watch out for flying pigs)

  6. Chris Phillips permalink
    February 8, 2023 8:18 pm

    David Attenborough, despite being a so-called “National Treasure”, is also part of this hypocrisy. While lecturing us on the evils of carbon dioxide emissions, he excuses his jetting around the world for 50 or more years by saying the TV programmes he has made remove the need for other people (the plebs) to travel at all.

    • Ann permalink
      February 8, 2023 11:09 pm

      The last David A series was used as a drinking game by two people I knew – every time climate change was mentioned they had another drink…you can get quite drunk!

    • February 9, 2023 12:18 pm

      I had a book which accompanied one of his series which showed on PBS in the 1980s. Several years ago he allowed as how we needed die in great numbers to “save the planet” or puffins or polar bears……

      He is older than dirt, but did not volunteer to show us how it is done…….

      I took that book and threw it onto my large brush pile when burning it and returned the book and contents to the CO2 layer.

      • Ann permalink
        February 9, 2023 7:39 pm

        On a par with Greta Thunberg’s books – if you burn one of them it will heat a two-bedroomed house for two days!

  7. bnice2000 permalink
    February 8, 2023 9:42 pm

    No, Bill..


    In your life time you have caused many magnitudes more “carbon” pollution than basically anyone else in the world.

    And you keep doing it.

  8. Graeme No.3 permalink
    February 8, 2023 9:52 pm

    A brief calculation of CO2 emissions by countries above 0.1% of the total (Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Emissions by Country – Worldometer) shows 29.6% from countries committed (supposedly) to reduction and 64.6% of those not committed to reduction. That is the top 72 countries.
    It seems the remaining 147 countries (including the 53 listed as 0%) may just increase their emissions at some time in the future, especially all those African countries with reserves of coal and natural gas.
    As someone pointed out the biggest continent with the highest population is Asia and the countries there aren’t interested in the IPCC. The second biggest continent (and population) is Africa and they don’t care about the IPCC either.

    • Rowland P permalink
      February 9, 2023 1:57 pm

      But financial institutions are forbade from financing the building of coal fired power stations in Africa which would enhance the population’s standard of living. So what do the people do? Migrate north!

  9. Thomas Carr permalink
    February 8, 2023 10:37 pm

    Difficult to believe that the UK government really wants to restore the economy and commercial life of our society when it persists in loading commerce with these high costs for renewables, industry with inflated running expenses attributable to same and all of us the costs of distribution.
    By dumping all the undertakings given to successive COP gatherings – claiming force majeur – the recovery could be pursued with real vigour.
    Talk about trying to do business with one hand tied behind your back. What is it the anti-frackers – for instance -regard as so important as to compromise our health, welfare and happiness? Sanctimonious lot of miserable bl***ers.

  10. Douglas Dragonfly permalink
    February 9, 2023 6:38 am

    Unbelievably this Labour controlled totalitarian council intend using well-off households as guinea pigs for an insane heat pump trial.
    Not only will the owners have no experience of what’s coming but it appears the proposed plumbers don’t either.
    This area has a Conservative councillor. Will he be warning owners of the pitfalls/nightmares that these lambs to the slaughter will receive along with this bribery ?
    Bristol City Council is hoping to spend £3.3 million on fitting about 200 heat pumps in larger houses in Westbury-on-Trym. The two-year project would see wealthier homeowners given cash and support to replace their gas boilers, cutting their carbon emissions and energy bills.

    The council chose Westbury-on-Trym for the project as people there tend to be richer, live in larger houses, and use more energy than average Bristolians. The project will focus on training and building up a local supply chain, eventually installing heat pumps across Bristol.
    “Bristol council to fit ‘larger’ Westbury-on-Trym homes with heat pumps at £3.3m cost – Bristol Live”

    • February 9, 2023 11:47 am

      They are likely to be in for a nasty shock when the huge electricity bills arrive. While initially sounding like a dumb idea there is merit in an experiment like this as we can look forward to the councillors explaining why it has failed.

      • February 9, 2023 2:28 pm

        Like the council in the Torbay area who employed a friend’s plumbing business to install heat pumps in social housing. All of which failed and had to be replaced by gas boilers!

    • Ray Sanders permalink
      February 9, 2023 10:36 pm

      “Mayor Marvin Rees said he was due to talk to American diplomats about the importance of a “just transition” with climate change ”

  11. ancientpopeye permalink
    February 9, 2023 7:48 am

    Oh no you are not Bill you are part of the problem without doubt.

  12. Phoenix44 permalink
    February 9, 2023 8:35 am

    Man doing what he wants to do claims its necessary that he does it.

    What would change in terms of climate change politics if Gates went off and provided clean drinking water to everybody in Africa instead?

    • February 9, 2023 8:50 am

      Excellent point Sir. However, it will never happen as it doesn’t involve hypocrisy and a total lack of self awareness.

  13. eromgiw permalink
    February 9, 2023 9:18 am

    I identify as “part of the solution” also. I shall, therefore, take no notice of any diktats from the elites as to what I must or must not do to “save the planet.”

  14. February 9, 2023 10:09 am

    Is there a printable solution for Bill Gates?

    • February 9, 2023 12:21 pm

      Nuremburg-style tribunal??? It is military and he has earned a seat at the defendant’s table many times over.

  15. Shalewatcher permalink
    February 9, 2023 10:22 am

    Before we disrespect Bill Gates we should remember that his charitable funding of vaccination projects in Africa and across the world has saved hundreds of thousands of lives. He’s also clear that when h gives he wants to see practical outcomes, in other words he brings his enormous business brain to bear on humanitarian problems.

    • February 9, 2023 11:06 am

      Taking your comments at face value; without implying any irony or sarcasm:
      “… saved hundreds of thousands of lives.” – do we discount the lives lost in the Fauci ‘vaccine’ trials he funded in Africa and elsewhere?
      “… he wants to see practical outcomes…” – would these be increases in the stock prices of the vaccine manufacturers in which he has invested?
      “… enormous business brain…” – really??? 🤣🤣🤣

  16. February 9, 2023 11:51 am

    I see next week there is the start of a series called The Billionaires and kicks off with the World’s most evil man – Bill Gates. Even though it is not on the BBC where you would expect a crawling sycophantic homage I still won’t risk watching it. I wonder who else they will look at – Schwab, Soros, Zutterberg a right selection of the new world fascists.

    • February 9, 2023 12:23 pm

      I imagine they won’t mention Donald John Trump…..unless it is to do a hit job.

  17. Jack Broughton permalink
    February 9, 2023 12:29 pm

    The “Benevolent Billionaires (BB)” club has taken over from the Club of Rome as the determiners of world media coverage: nearly all of the outlets are owned by a handful of BBs. They have very successfully removed most of the opposition to their policies.

  18. February 9, 2023 1:11 pm

    If only someone would invent a method to communicate remotely then all that travel would not be required.
    But without all those essential business trips airline fares would be higher.

    My favourite example of big brains and big hearted Bill Gates was the Netflix “inside Bill’s Brain” where he correctly identifies the poor sanitation in the third world. Before proposing the wrong solution inventing a better toilet. As a result a lot of tax money from the government is given to different research projects.
    Who after a time come up with some very bad idea’s for new toilets.
    I guess just providing better sanitation using existing cheap well tested methods would not seem as clever.

    • Ann permalink
      February 9, 2023 7:43 pm

      Haven’t any of them got ZOOM?

  19. Micky R permalink
    February 9, 2023 1:26 pm

    As someone else wrote: Gates, Kerry and others are modern day religious crusaders, travelling around the world inflicting their beliefs on others and inflicting pain on others.

    The counter-attack has to start with: where is the proof that humans are responsible for dangerous climate change?

  20. February 9, 2023 2:38 pm

    Bill Gates brags about how much he has spent on carbon capture.
    What he did not say is that he is profiting from the obscene subsidies and tax credits paid by governments for carbon capture. This was not for the good of the climate, this was good for his financial gain. He gets tax credits and subsidies on the one side and obscene payback from the carbon capture ventures, without mentioning his carbon credits.

    Removing CO2 from the atmosphere robs everyone who grows green stuff.
    I wonder when some will start filling lawsuits against those who remove the life enabling CO2 from the atmosphere. There is no actual proof of any harm from more CO2 but there is much proof of good from more CO2.

    • Max Beran permalink
      February 10, 2023 10:49 am

      You’re conflating the good and the bad CO2. There’s a triage sort of a gizmo at the front end of the carbon capturing device that gives the good stuff a free pass and sends it on its way and only sucks in the bad stuff to get captured.

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