Solar Powered Clothes Dryers Are Very ESG
My idea for cashing in on the Green Energy Grift
I was reading Ann Coulter’s article onabout how Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) had gone all-in funding unprofitable startups aimed at keeping the climate from changing, and like any good global citizen, I thought, how can I get in on all this easy money before it runs out?
It’s hard work coming up with legitimate goods and services that people actually need and are willing to pay for. But when your country is a late-stage bureaucracy like The United States of Enron now is, it’s so much easier to just jump on the latest politically fashionable bandwagon and milk the federal teat for some free grant money, or to package a green-energy scam as an ESG startup and sell it to institutional investors, since apparently banksters care more about funding new environmentally-friendly clothes for the naked emperor than they do about investing in viable, productive businesses that could actually generate legitimate profits.
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