During a recent interview on BBC NEWS, Bill was asked in real time by the journalist on duty what he thinks about the accusation that he is a hypocrite because on one hand he advocates climate change but on the other he flies around the world on his private jet ( causing huge CO2 emissions ).
Bill's response is disconcerting. He thinks of himself that he's not part of the problem but part of the solution because he invests billions in climate innovation, so he feels comfortable with this.
The bottom line here is that Bill, his wealthy cronies, politicians and leaders of all sorts of organisations who are sitting in his purse are allowed to do whatever they want.
The ordinary plebs are the problem. Not him and not them.
We need to minimise our carbon footprint. In the foreseeable future, we will no longer be allowed to heat with petroleum or gas, no longer drive fossil-fuelled vehicles, no longer fly, no more this and no more that. The CO2 pass is ready. For us, ordinary people, not for them. They will just continue to do their thing and dictate to us what we can and cannot do.