Elite Funding Exposed: The Real Power Behind Climate Change Propaganda

Climate change is once again dominating mainstream media, with reputable sources like Ground News pushing articles that further the narrative. An article titled “Climate change impacts millions in India. But as the country votes, some politicians skirt the issue” has been distributed widely, appearing in The Globe and Mail, Rocky Mountain Outlook, The Reminder, Sask Today, Coast Reporter, Houston Chronicle, and The San Diego Union Tribune. All these outlets were referred by Ground News, which in turn cites the Associated Press (AP) as their source, labelling the report as “High Factuality.”

This widespread dissemination of climate change rhetoric raises questions about the integrity and motivations behind these reports. The consistent narrative being propagated suggests a coordinated effort to reinforce the climate change agenda, often attributed to global elites pushing for central government control. This perspective aligns with previous exposes, revealing the financial ties between AP and influential foundations such as the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Quadrivium, Rockefeller Foundation, Walton Family Foundation, and Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

In earlier articles on Casting Out Deceptions and Alt News Network, it was uncovered that these foundations’ financial backing potentially biases the news, highlighting the precarious balance between journalism and vested interests. The recurring theme of climate change being used as a tool for broader control remains a critical point of scrutiny.

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