Woke climate activists caught red-handed investing in oil

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On the surface, the predominant narrative is clean energy, but behind the scenes…

Over 25 billionaire climate activists — with secretive stakes in leading oil stocks like Exxon, Chevron, and OXY — have ramped up their oil investments as it becomes clear that there's no sustainable idea for replacing fossil fuels with solar, wind, or batteries.

This doesn't surprise me because while people can put up appearances in public…

They don't want to gamble with their children's futures. Hence, they invest where they can generate the most wealth, and right now, oil is 6x more profitable than clean energy.

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