Greenpeace Co-Founder Comes Out Against Green New Deal
Patrick Moore began his online feud with Ocasio-Cortez on Saturday, and since then, his tweets have attracted the attention of both opponents and proponents of the Green New Deal that aims to rid the United States of greenhouse gasses within a decade.
After calling the freshman congresswoman a “pompous little twit” for insisting America listen to her ideas for perish, Moore called her Green New Deal “completely crazy.”
“If fossil fuels were banned, every tree in the world would be cut down for fuel for cooking and heating,” Moore wrote to Ocasio-Cortez on Saturday. “You would bring about mass death.” He also suggested it is ludicrous to compare climate change to World War II.
Isn't @AOC a bit young to talk about WW2? It was Hell & more than 60 million died. It's her @GND that would be worse than WW2. Imagine no fuel for cars, trucks, tractors, combines, harvesters, power-plants, ships, aircraft, etc. Transport of people & goods would grind to a halt. https://t.co/nXhdlK4Tsa— Patrick Moore (@EcoSenseNow) March 4, 2019
After founding Greenpeace in the 1970s, Moore headed Greenpeace Canada but parted ways with the group when he says it was hijacked by the extreme Left. Following the publishing of the book “Confessions of a Greenpeace Dropout: The Making of a Sensible Environmentalist,” Greenpeace routinely dismisses Moore.
Moore proceeded to scold Ocasio-Cortez for not explaining how she'd "grow food for 8 billion people without fossil fuels, or get food into the cities."