Explosive Exposé: The Hidden Hand Steering the AP Climate Fund Revealed!

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In a startling revelation, the illustrious Associated Press (AP), renowned for its unwavering commitment to impartial news coverage, is embroiled in a web of intrigue surrounding its climate fund sponsorship. While AP stands as a beacon of journalistic integrity, recent findings cast a shadow over its involvement in climate change reporting.

Delving into the depths of this controversy, it becomes apparent that the very entities funding the AP Climate Fund are also fervent advocates of climate change alarmism. Among the key contributors are the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Quadrivium, the Rockefeller Foundation, and the Walton Family Foundation, whose financial support underscores the delicate balance between journalism and vested interests. (Source: AP News)

But the plot thickens closer to home, as investigative eyes turn towards independent journalists, unwittingly amplifying this narrative. Notable figures like IOL’s Blessing Manale, doubling as head of Communications and Outreach for the Presidential Climate Commission, raise eyebrows amidst revelations of funding from the likes of the George Soros-led Open Society Foundation and the omnipresent Rockefeller Foundation. (Source: LinkedIn)

The intrigue deepens as the nexus between influential figures and climate advocacy unravels. The Climate Commission’s board, chaired by none other than President Cyril Ramaphosa, underscores the intertwining of political power and climate discourse. The Commission’s endorsement at COP28, coupled with funding from the World Economic Forum (WEF), underscores the intricate dance between governance and global initiatives. (Source: Climate Commission | WEF)

A chilling realisation emerges as the origins of news stories sourced by AP come under scrutiny, with Ground News reporting a uniform narrative on climate issues. The symbiotic relationship between AP and its supporters, including the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, raises pertinent questions about journalistic independence and the influence of external agendas. (Source: Ground News | AP)

But beneath the surface lies a more sinister agenda. This tangled web of influence not only shapes public opinion on climate change but also serves as a catalyst for broader political shifts. The convergence of climate advocacy with figures in positions of power hints at a deeper game at play—a narrative engineered to erode the foundations of democracy and pave the way for a descent into socialism. This further underscores the urgency of questioning the narratives presented to us and reclaiming the essence of independent thought in the face of orchestrated agendas.

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