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Green Energy Princeling John Kerry Called Out for His Massive Carbon Footprint at Davos

Green Energy Princeling John Kerry Called Out for His Massive Carbon Footprint at Davos

In his speech at Davos, Kerry indicates he is clearly worried about the climate scam being dismantled if former President Donald Trump gets reelected.

As I noted in my posts covering the United Nations climate conference in Dubai this year, climate realists are beginning to infiltrate the summits and challenge the climate pseudoscience narratives directly with the elite bureaucrats.

White House Climate Czar John Kerry has been enjoying the gourmet food and other perks associated with the World Economic Forum’s annual meetings for years. While he has been challenged on his private jet use before, he was directly called out on his carbon footprint at Davos.

It was glorious.

President Biden’s climate czar, John Kerry, gave a fiery response after he was confronted Tuesday by a reporter in Switzerland who asked about his carbon footprint.

“What’s the carbon footprint of these events every single year that you come here? Do you think it’s worth it — peasants paying for your crimes?” Avi Yemini, an Australian reporter with independent outlet Rebel News, asked Kerry who was walking on a street in Davos, Switzerland.

“That’s a stupid question,” Kerry responded.

“Nobody ever suggested that. Don’t make up stupid questions,” he said when asked a follow-up question about why his carbon footprint didn’t matter.

One woman who was accompanying Kerry as he strolled through the Swiss resort town grabbed the Australian reporter.

“You can’t grab me. You can’t grab us,” the reporter said. “This is a free society, mate. We have freedom of the press.”

Undeterred, the reporter pushed on and asked Kerry where his true priorities lie.

“Why do you think you’re more important,” he asked Kerry. “Your carbon footprint doesn’t matter but everybody else around the world….”

“Just stay back,” Kerry answered. “Nobody ever suggested that. Don’t make up stupid questions.”

The fact that Kerry traveled to Davos for the WEF and has done so for years is what “suggests that,” the reporter said.

The woman who had grabbed him earlier returned and instructed him to stop again, and he once again asked her to stop touching him.

Interestingly, it turns out Big Government has no interest in the carbon footprint of any of the politically connected. This report about the US State Department not bothering to calculate carbon emissions despite an order to do so was published this summer.

The State Department didn’t keep tabs on the carbon pollution associated with flying hundreds of federal officials to the last two global climate summits, the Government Accountability Office said in a report made public Thursday.

Failing to do so ran afoul of a 2021 executive order by President Joe Biden that directed agencies to track the greenhouse gas emissions their operations produce, including official air travel, GAO said.

The report was requested by Senate Environment and Public Works Committee ranking member Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.) and Sens. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) and Joni Ernst (R-Iowa), who have all criticized the administration’s climate policies.

“Americans are tired of bureaucrats in Washington, D.C. who don’t practice what they preach when it comes to protecting the environment,” Capito said in an email to POLITICO’s E&E News.

It will be interesting to see how many other challengers Kerry and the rest of the billionaire class at Davos experience in this year’s session.

In his speech at Davos, Kerry indicates he is clearly worried about the climate scam being dismantled if former President Donald Trump gets reelected. He assures everyone that “the marketplace” has been so saturated with climate nonsense that Trump won’t be able to hit the reverse button.

However, as the dominoes of green energy continue to fall and people begin experiencing the realities of unreliable, inefficient, and untested technologies, the marketplace is already reversing course.


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“The marketplace” has been doing this of their own volition for years, but now you are exerting “science” to meet unrealistic and nonsensical goals. Of course we are pushing back.
Ghoul. Go away.

E Howard Hunt | January 17, 2024 at 8:05 am

I’m just a gigolo and everywhere I go
People know the part I’m playing
Paid for every dance, selling each romance
People roll their eyes at my climate braying

Fat_Freddys_Cat | January 17, 2024 at 8:06 am

Come on, John. It’s not a stupid question. It’s an obvious question, one which an “expert” ought to be able to easily address.

    henrybowman in reply to Fat_Freddys_Cat. | January 17, 2024 at 12:32 pm

    “Nobody ever suggested that. Don’t make up stupid questions,” he said”
    What a gaslighter. EVERYBODY has suggested that.
    My sister used to say: ask a stupid question, and a stupid person answers.

Some stout hemp cordage;
And an albatross of shame…
Alinsky has rules.

Climate experts should glue their hands to the tarmac so his polluting private jet can’t take off

    I’d like the climate experts to glue their hands to the tarmac even if Kerry’s polluting private jet is located at some other airport.

It’s less mysterious to say that it’s just the weight of the fuel burned, not some anti-Gaia spiritual thing.

Times 3.7 after the taking on two oxygen atoms that were already in the air.

It’s not about the environment.
It’s all about providing a calm space for the elites despite any storm.
It’s not about sequestering carbon.
It’s about sequestering as much of the world’s money in their pockets and those of their friends as possible.
They’re out for the green, but never for the greening.

They want to force you into a ’15 minute city’ which will invariably turn into a hellhole like any of the Democrat run inner cities of today.

They’ll fly the Lolita Express to Davos.

Any questions?

Keep your powder dry.

Suburban Farm Guy | January 17, 2024 at 10:41 am

Farm guy not law guy. So i ask, is grabbing a reporter — or anyone — to impede or intimidate — or any other reason — not considered assault and/or battery? Any advice, thanks in advance. Have a nice day.

Let me get this straight. It is “Stupid” to ask high carbon and pollution emitters about their carbon footprint? Better get an F350 instead of my current F150 – you know – cause it is stupid to be concerned about little ol’ me and my evidently tiny carbon.

Good thing it is all a scam so none of this really matters!

Thankfully, carbon dioxide is an extremely tiny portion of the air that we breathe. The amount of carbon dioxide added to the air by people with a big “footprint” is of course negligible, as is the amount of carbon dioxide added to the air by everyone else.

Dolce Far Niente | January 17, 2024 at 11:57 am

First of all, you have to buy into the psychotic rainbow trans fallacy that CO2 is a pollutant, rather than the utterly essential plant food required to keep oxygen levels adequate in our atmosphere. Lower CO2, fewer plants, less oxygen for these mouth breathers who glue themselves to the pavement.

Ninth Dimension | January 17, 2024 at 12:28 pm

Kerry’s been a pathological liar since he founded Vietnam Veterans Against the War to slander his fellow vets. He’s genetically despicable.

John F’n Kerry, and the “people like him,” don’t submit to the rules they foist on us. The infamous two tiered system of justice and laws, don’t you know.

Wanna bet there were no bugs on the menu at the WEF meeting? That’s only for the great unwashed.

    rfhirsch in reply to Dimsdale. | January 18, 2024 at 2:04 pm

    Actually there probably were bugs, but for recording private conversations that the WEF leadership wanted to know about.

“Hundreds of govt officials”. All on taxpayer dime of course. Skiing, shopping, the hole deal.

Mr. Kerry deserves recognition for his work.
I am proposing that all people on the earth shall be limited to One Kerry of CO2 emissions a year. One Kerry shall be the amount of CO2 emitted from John Kerry’s mansions, travels, meals, etc.
Some people will be exempt from the Kerry limit, such as those travelling to the Moon or Mars.
Is this a reasonable way to honor Kerry?

“Don’t you peons know you are to do as I say, not as a I do?” [end sarcasm]

John Kerry’s entire career has been a disgrace, starting with his fraudulent record as a Vietnam vet “war hero.” Check out this article.