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"mark marano" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

08:12 min | 6 months ago

"mark marano" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"The whole truth nothing but the truth. That's doctor G's specialty. America first. Welcome back to the man who told me more than anybody else about the climate hoax, Mark marano. I wrote about it, that moment in my second book why we fight. I have a photograph from the back of the rose garden for me. It had nothing to do with my remit national security. But it was my proudest moment in The White House when president Trump stood up in the rose garden, beautiful sunny June day, pulled us out of the Paris climate treaty called because it wasn't a treaty and said that the famous line that will echo down through the ages. I was elected by the citizens of Pittsburgh, not Paris, you're damn right. That's why the president removed us. The fact is, these things are absurd because they punish us and we are even cleaner today now thanks to president Trump than the requirements of the Paris accord, demanded of us whilst others like China and Russia are either unaffected unlimited or Mark. They get money from us to continue polluting. Am I missing something here? No, you're absolutely right. These countries are eager to come to the United Nations climate summit. So much so that they lifted the vaccine COVID vaccine mandate in Scotland. No, this is anywhere else you travel in Europe. You've got to have a 7 day at least in the U countries. You have to have a 7 day quarantine or 8 day quarantine, but they lifted it because they want these countries to come in because the only way they can entice them is with cold, hard cash. Of course, filtered through the United Nations. And the United Nations is seeking to pay the countries in the developing world who are best able to keep their citizens locked in poverty. This money will go to the leaders of these countries, not to do anything for the environment or to help their people. It's going to end up helping these leaders get reelected, building monuments, stadiums, ensuring their political machines are well funded. The UN knows politics. They are experts. They're not climate experts, but they're political experts. And this is the reason that you see all of these countries. In fact, the highest participation rates of these UN summits are usually African nations because they know the reason they're drawn there is the UN has offers of cold climate cash to go to these leaders around the world. That let me just share with you I'm sure you've heard it, but I liked it the first time I heard it from an economist. It was quoting another economist who said, what is foreign aid? Foreign aid is money you take from not very wealthy people in developed countries. You take from the middle class and you give it to the rich elite people in developing countries. It's basically your bank rolling corrupt regimes, whether it's communist China, whether it's countries in Africa, that's what foreign aids does. It keeps those regimes on democratic Mark. And now he keeps a pandemic, but it keeps him supporting the UN agenda. So if you're getting tens of millions of dollars and you're a small African nation, you're going to love the UN you're going to support it. You're going to vote the way they want you to. This is how the UN garners the political momentum. In fact, I'll go to these UN so many people say, well, why are all these African nations? They're all clamoring for climate action. They're being paid. They're actually literally being paid by the promise to be paid. Because there's a lot of questions with where the money is coming from and they're not actually raising all of this money. But here's the key about it and regret it called it a blah, blah, blah, summit. This is a virtue signal because if you look at every climate summit, going back every earth summit, every UN, going back to the Rio earth summit, 1992, one thing has happened after every summit. Carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has continued to go up. These have done nothing for the climate, despite in Paris, despite Copenhagen and Kyoto, all these different agreements, they were saying we've solved the we've solved the crisis. Our children and grandchildren remember this day. And then a year later, we have to solve the crisis again. How many times can we save the earth? Can you talk to us about this, you know, this this fear mongering? The world will end in 12 years as AOC likes to tell us and then this refrain that 96% of all science all scientists have a consensus Mark last time I looked. I haven't been in school for a long time. Science isn't based upon voting. There's no consensus in science. Science is about testing theories. And if they fail, they are rejected. So talk to us about this quote unquote science consensus on climate change. Well, okay, first of all, you mentioned tipping points and I'll talk about the 97%. The tipping points we all know AOC's 12 year tipping point Prince Charles at a hundred month tipping point. And by the way, that expired and then he moved like 45 years into the future. But we go back 1989 to UN at a ten year tipping point in 1982, and a tipping point. But I went back in my book green fraud and I found the first known climate tipping point. 1864, when Abraham Lincoln was president and academic, I believe named William marsh actually warned of climatic excess unless man changed his ways. So we've been dealing with climate tipping points for centuries, literally. Since the U.S. Civil War, at least, we've been dealing with this. Now in terms of 97%, this is a lazy talking point design for climate activists so they don't have to know an ounce about the science. Earlier you said you have a degree in political science. That's the perfect degree to analyze climate change because it is chiefly a political issue. Very little has to do with science when they tell us that white supremacy is causing global warming. You know this is no longer as science issue. And many NASA scientists are now saying that NASA hard scientists are saying it. So in the 97%, there were two major studies done. One at a survey of 10,000 plus, they whittled it down to 77 scientists. We don't know their names. We don't know the university affiliation. We don't know they're completely anonymous. They asked them two questions. Is there a swarming and if humans contribute it? This is a question a lot of skeptical scientists would answer and out of that, they formed a 97% consensus, which wasn't even 97 scientists. It was based on 77 anonymous scientists. Another study was done out of Australia, 97% Al Gore, president Obama cited a UN lead author looked at it and said it was literally this stat 97% was quite literally pulled from thin air that there was nothing in that study to justify it. It was all statistical, nonsense where they did. They looked at studies and they claimed that if the they accept the premise of mankind, then they agree that it's a 97%. When many of these studies absolutely challenge many aspects of the climate. So this is all statistical nonsense design, so no one has to think and it's designed to silence and intimidate anyone who challenges the climate narrative. It's a fraud, it's not real, educate yourself, even I heard Joe Rogan. Influential because of the number of subscribers you have caught this absurd. Well, Elizabeth consensus as he was interviewing candy stone. So you're a 90 plus percent scientist. Joe not true. Listen to people who've actually looked at the background to these statements and also the fact that of the people the 70 people quoted, most of them would even scientists. They were policy individuals. They were commentators. And on top of it, they were people who make money out of the climate business. So if you're getting grounds to do climate change policy work, were you likely to say, no, there is no climate problem. No, you are biased, you are absolutely interested in hyping it up. We're talking to Mark murano. He is the founder of climate depot dot com. If you enjoy.

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Marc Morano: Most Countries Are in It for the 'Cold Climate Cash'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:21 min | 6 months ago

Marc Morano: Most Countries Are in It for the 'Cold Climate Cash'

"Welcome back to the man who told me more than anybody else about the climate hoax, Mark marano. I wrote about it, that moment in my second book why we fight. I have a photograph from the back of the rose garden for me. It had nothing to do with my remit national security. But it was my proudest moment in The White House when president Trump stood up in the rose garden, beautiful sunny June day, pulled us out of the Paris climate treaty called because it wasn't a treaty and said that the famous line that will echo down through the ages. I was elected by the citizens of Pittsburgh, not Paris, you're damn right. That's why the president removed us. The fact is, these things are absurd because they punish us and we are even cleaner today now thanks to president Trump than the requirements of the Paris accord, demanded of us whilst others like China and Russia are either unaffected unlimited or Mark. They get money from us to continue polluting. Am I missing something here? No, you're absolutely right. These countries are eager to come to the United Nations climate summit. So much so that they lifted the vaccine COVID vaccine mandate in Scotland. No, this is anywhere else you travel in Europe. You've got to have a 7 day at least in the U countries. You have to have a 7 day quarantine or 8 day quarantine, but they lifted it because they want these countries to come in because the only way they can entice them is with cold, hard cash. Of course, filtered through the United Nations. And the United Nations is seeking to pay the countries in the developing world who are best able to keep their citizens locked in poverty. This money will go to the leaders of these countries, not to do anything for the environment or to help their people. It's going to end up helping these leaders get reelected, building monuments, stadiums, ensuring their political machines are well funded. The UN knows politics. They are experts. They're not climate experts, but they're political experts. And this is the reason that you see all of these countries. In fact, the highest participation rates of these UN summits are usually African nations because they know the reason they're drawn there is the UN has offers of cold climate cash to go to these leaders around

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"mark marano" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

09:10 min | 10 months ago

"mark marano" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Npr podcast specifically about entrepreneurship and resiliency. I forget the name of the podcast. But i will tweet about it. He refers to himself as mischievous and he. Has this guys a little book instagram. Tell you that much. This movie is an absolute scam and he referred to himself as mischievous instead of mysterious. Because it was you. How do you see yourself night as someone who originally got this reputation as being like a bit of a master of darkness clock where it's like playing the role i mean. We've covered in our podcast. You should go. Listen back but the buried secret of m night on your first movie role. Right which i was cut out is Is hit that's that's not always make the final cut. That's the height of him. Sorry griffin. I'm in his own head about his image as the next hitchcock or whatever and he's like i need to present myself. Spooky goes brain. It's it's fascinating but because as you said like when you step back you're like he's the guy directed wideawake little surprise. Us guys director. There's something kind of like you. There is something impish about him an interview. I feel like a pro brought this up at some point in the podcast. But he didn't episode nor mcdonald's very short-lived netflix talk show. That was incredibly good and like most of his guests on that show were comedians right. And you're like why is m night going on this. But i think he's entered the state of being very candid and open and reflective about as yet as he i don't think he has but i mean here's it's gotta be in the works. It doesn't look like he has. I don't think he could do marin. Because i think mark marano fence to mark ma- probably still thinks shamlan is like what like bad movie director. Because this is the thing that's happened with old. Yeah it's come out and this reaction has been predictable right but it's half people being like it's so great to see this guy making movies that are original and interesting obviously being movies that no one sees despite the second featuring a star making performance from regarding your right. Six cents is a fucking global phenomenon. Road is a brand then. It starts to be like what's the deal. What's the deal. what's this becomes a joke bomb bomb bomb bottoms out and then he's been on this upward trajectory since we finished the miniseries. But i think the glass divided people despite being profitable. I think that among many people. They're just still like well. Yeah but he makes bad movie station many times this week when i read. What are you doing on friday night. Kyw's mona's the old. I'm so excited with showing the reason. I'm bringing up. The timeline thing is just because i feel like when the visit came out people were that's causing and even people like you and i were like really can it be really watch it. Where like fuck. It's good but split comes out people that looks good. Like people are surprised. there's no tongue in cheek nature to it. Fuck that looks. Good comes out. People like it a lot so humongous hit. When glass was coming out. There was genuine excitement. This guy got his groove back. I would say especially because of its star studded recalling his past. Gory movies that people lying and then glass did not win over a majority of the audience. Oh now back in the zone where it's like. Oh he's now back to very strong defenders and people who just laugh him out of conversation mmediately. Yeah i just think there's this. I don't know we're going to talk about. I mean this movie is exceptional. I agree love it. It's one of the best movies of the year. I think it's his best movie. Since the village is pretty much agree with you as tier. I walked out. I think. I told you i always like ana hi. I'm loving it. Yeah i got a text from a film critic. I shall not name a friend of the show. Yes would you. Newsweek tim nitpicking. He's like oh what's up with this and was just i just just because that fucking talking to me right yeah. I'm on cloud nine. I'm writing and i don't want wanna be brought to earth linear negatively. That like we're the movie ends. We're just sitting there reeling right. Murray ben and i and i'm just like i love this guy so fucking much and like i get it. You're either all the way all the way out this point. We've gone through so many cycles with this dude you know but like i just fucking love what he is. I love cu we is. I have more appreciation for even like the movies that i feel like i was more critical about back. We did the show like fucking after earth and last aired bender. You're never gonna sell me on right. Don't the ones i wanna. I wanna go back to our lady in the water and happening now you were. You have your happening. But i haven't even really wahlberg is just. I think old is better happen like far. I get the comparative. She was doing all the happening. Press his whole thing was like look. I don't wanna be pretentious. I'm not trying to win oscars anymore. I'm just trying to make the best movie of all time. And we were sort of critical of that where it's like okay. He's like acting like he's above this thing or he changed. He's trying to change the narrative after the bad reviews came in right and this actually feels like oh. This is like a fucking champagne a. B. movies like this is elevated twilight zone episode. That's what i want and it is. It is interesting though. Because i mean yes. He does now referred himself as mischievous but he also referred to old as like bergman island not to seal the title of mea hanson. Loves movie but still. I think there there are elements true art film in it. This is what. I watch him. Wild strawberries and he's like. Yeah but what if this guy was just kind of hit the pedal to the battle or whatever. This is what i love and this is why like look. Maybe he's blown his career again right. Maybe he was back me out here me out. I think he was at a point where he had successfully for a couple of years killed all of the sort of obvious jokes about he had. It was partly guess. Yeah he had basically yeah right in a provisional. Same yes if i stop someone on the street and i was like split. I don't even know if they would have known it was shamlan so much hundred fifty million dollars big right right the fucking all sober triumphant and it was like this is a different style. He has dropped his pretension. But no i scare people. Just here's my here's my argument. Yes as much as yes sure. They knew split was made by him. Yeah but i do feel like with split not for nerds like us so much but for the general public that was the james mcevoy movie and say oh distant look scary and you watch and you're like wow. That's where that actor. I sort of know from x. men or whatever was really going wild. That's another thing. Which is blunt house. Hey yeah yeah sure. General harm is the. I saw this been going on for like twenty years. Someone like my sister who is younger is split. look scary. should i see that right. And she does not know that six cents has it with him. He's not like cackling at the very sight of 'em nights names nothing right. That movie look scary. It's made by that producers scary shit the other thing to sort of acknowledge that this is like and it the normal donald interview sort talked about his career bottoming out feeling like losses way went too far up zone and got really defensive. The more people criticize them the more he doubled down on his shit and all that sort of stuff. The other thing he said is like you know i. I got really successful. Really really young shirt it. He's not that old. How old is i'm night. i mean. now he's forty. He's now i mean. Look i mean unless he's on any beaches points he's twenty eight twenty nine when the six cents comes out. That's his third movie and becomes on ten is grossing. We've all time. It comes with the youngest best director nominees. All this worship right. And he's like it was so big. Everyone was like expect all the ship for me. And i i started buying into my shit like too much all of this and then he said like you know. I think i lost my way. I was trying to prove people wrong rather than doing what maybe happy all this sort of stuff but the thing he said i thought was really interesting. Was he talked about How like he would study other directors careers right and he would go like this year career. We have a lot of ambition. A lot of ideas. And you don't have to craft yet. You don't know how to make the movie yet right. And then there's some fulcrum point where the two things collide in opposite directions. Your knowledge or understanding your experience have do the technical thing collides with you being in a pure creative states You know and you know what you're doing but you're not over intellectualize it and then from that point on the two things start to go in the opposite directions again and it's hard to get it back because you know what you're doing too well. You're trying to replicate success. All this sort of shit and the thing he said was. I knew i had to be scared again. Like i need to feel like..

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"mark marano" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

11:46 min | 2 years ago

"mark marano" Discussed on KGO 810

"Dying. systems. see we are in the beginning of a mass extinction or you can talk about is the money. details. so how did the president our president of the United States is very mature and and able minded man that he is he tweeted out she seems like a very happy young girl looking for to brighten wonderful future so nice to see and then of course she had been on the story underneath his his tweet so I was is being completely sarcastic yes yeah and and I mean that is that is probably as artful as he gets despite the fact that it was cruel but he's not alone the there's a guy named Michael Knowles who was at some troll on fox news talking about about the young girl and and had this to say because the climate hysteria movement is not about science if it were about science it would be led by scientists rather than by politicians and the mentally ill Swedish child who is being exploited by whose parents and by the international so what you're seeing here is a political movement and a religious movement and it's fulfill it was a simple little goals of the left but it isn't doing very much for science you freaking moron there are ninety seven percent of the world's scientists say it's happened it is being led by science it's being deterred by politicians by people like this by trolls by people who preach Weiss like you know mark Marano or James in Hoff or are present. it's cold we need some global warming you know. and Lauren Graham referred to the the young girl as as a as a figure from our children of the corn which was a Stephen King movie. I gotta tell you you know yeah I was you listen to that that young woman do that and it says she's selling an actor she was that good she was that boy's shoes that on point well some people would say that she has been actor. well our critics that's what they're saying that she's a political you know pawn in this thing which if they knew the history of her and a lot of people saw yesterday was apparently a year ago to the day she had stood by herself to protest climate change and that's how she became the face of the climate strike she protests at all by herself and no one was joining her and your later thousands upon thousands of people are joining her do something like that I'm sure crowds are much bigger than somebody else's big events you know well I again you know it's a that generation that's getting screwed it's that age group that is getting host that they're the once again after deal the ramifications of climate change. of rising oceans of god knows we make we've already heard stories now he is a great example I can a brother in law who is a a fisherman on the eastern bay and he got a cut on his finger and I get I get hit by crab and so he put some antiseptic on and off and then he was back in the water it's the can't bother him get flesh eating bacteria he got us cut off and that the going is Hannah remove his hand had a one in seven chance of that killing him while still not out of the woods just happened last week and they're saying that that is increasing their telling fishermen other sending them to conferences my A. R. cousin I guess he's not hit by marriage I younger cousin he's a fisherman and he works for the the Coast Guard going in and and making sure that people do the oil or oyster harvesting correctly but he's out there all the time he's worried now you get a cut this stuff gets into I mean and then that up up in the northeast there's he's Miskito now if they bite you got a thirty percent chance of developing neurological diseases I mean it's changing and we don't know what's going to happen because we've never seen it before so to listen to people like right wing pundits talk completely out of there but on this and amp and talk like this guy did you just turn on fox it's not only frightening but it it you know. it's a good thing that the left off of for the for the vitriol that we hear from you know the the Ben Shapiro is in the and the LR Ingram's in the you know the people that are just try this crap out there for dollar bills for the for the Benjamins they can then it it's a good thing that these young people haven't reacted the way that white supremacists and right wingers act which is to be violent. I mean I'm not gonna say that's going to continue what we saw in the sixties. we saw people that that we're losing friends and brothers and sisters in Vietnam react to this if these guys continue this if the Republicans win and twenty twenty and they continue to ignore climate change and it continues to exacerbate the existing problems like mosquitoes and and and I mean I've read the other day we get malaria and United States and in thirty years again you know we want as a kid I remember running down the street and they have his trucks gas in the streets for mosquitoes and they would do it today but we are running in the fog. we're idiots but I mean I I wonder. I mean I know this because if you talk to climatologist if you read the I. P. C. C. their governments or intergovernmental panel on climate change if you read the reports they're more dire every year yeah and they're telling you is we're not doing enough fastener people are gone I will all have ocean front property huh they don't work. you gotta get sea water coming in and destroying and tired acres and acres of of plant life and plant life that maybe the local indigenous creatures feed on everything from dear to. well whatever they're gonna move to someplace else. and that interactions gonna continue it's kind of like what happened when we started moving from the city's out into the in the suburbs and then into the woods we see what's happened up north right now as I speak you know this extreme high risk of of fire wildfires in the north I mean that could be the new nor. it sure seems like it after paradise and and it you know again this is not just here it's happened around the country so. I don't know. I see this young girl and then I and I listened to trump mock a sixteen year old girl what did he say that what did what did she say she me that. would cause him to do that other than the fact he's mentally ill I mean all I know it is as like any criticism that he and mean it she was not just in the world criticizing the world actually filed a complaint against what four four countries not one of them was the United States she wants the world to stop you know having kids on the head and say they're so inspiring and I just saw a. little blurb of her her speech just like we don't want that we don't appear to be inspiring want to urge you to actually do something Hey that's the point but then the you know the all the time to get sucked out of the room by idiots like that Michael Knowles guy who's saying she's mentally ill he's mentally ill if the only response you have to a teenager bravely going before the world and speaking to protect to protect the world that you both share is to criticize her I mean there's something wrong with you and and not just Michael Knowles and Donald Trump. rules out on the internet where the only thing that you could say is is that she's upon are you I just don't get how can you come can you so miss the point I wish that Amir would be put up against people that write these kind of comments and go on national TV and say these types of things and twenty thirty years down the road that's that's the stance he wanted to take that was a sortie wanted a fallen was making fun of a kid and just be just because his **** burgers her words don't have impact to you the world is it worth protecting should be shamed of your son I'm more intrigued by the fact that she's on this spectrum because I I think in many people line on the spectrum speak. the truth they don't think about the social implications of of of what their true this and and that to me is is I find that fascinating. you know I think the thing about this is the end of the thing that really worries me is that if they're both we can hear the voices of children and we can hear. this this this group of Americans it will be directly affected by this up for going to turn our backs to them I'm then warmth more calloused and I thought then then I'm even more about the Republicans and I were when they back trump right I mean it's it's just they they only believe they only care about their party they only care about protecting the politician or protecting the president and they're not even thinking about the environment in which they need to protect they don't understand that if you're just caring about the bottom line about business it doesn't make good business to destroy the environment in which you want to business to thrive it doesn't make sense. immigration but it doesn't make sense to not protect the environment of those who are going to flee and come in because of environmental devastation my great into your countries if you don't agree with any of those things and do things to to prevent it from happening but just ignoring it doesn't exist the climate's always changing you might be wrong and if this is I just think that something is wrong maybe you should listen to them instead of trauma in their models like Michael Nole and that's a problem with you know with the selective reading it's the same fox news syndrome if you only go to certain websites and read what's on those websites I thank Lou Dobbs Lou Dobbs is is is unbelievably dance you know for a guy the gets its own TV show it's yeah it's it's really hard for me to fathom how that plays out because why knows exactly how it plays out it's it's called the momentum of of of of of well I I guess of. presence when you have a job and your job is to put out a particular. version of the problem that that the network at all absolutely and conservative talk conservative ideals back server. to to frame yourself that way like fox news like Laura Ingram like some morning show hosts it pays your bills to instill fear it it pays your bills to criticize the mainstream media you don't think that they realize that there were their bread is buttered on the side of pushing conspiracy theories ignoring the evidence right in front of you you know the that they know their paychecks are a lot bigger yeah and their reach is going to be larger because of it phone numbers eighty eighty eight ten that's the key on chip but let's go to animal McKay chi and. because this morning I'm listening to your the I'm sorry. he literally that young woman who spoke to you and. they were making fun of her and only her I heard it as well and it was despicable they should be ashamed of themselves they should the Walgreens but they should be well you know and here's the kicker well I want to get into those guys I you know I think the you know and love people like Armstrong and Getty and conservative talk show host like Laura Ingram that Michael Knowles I think I love them all together it could be like that is your stance that's what you're deciding that's the narrative you're going to push it as if it was another child and they were speaking on something that you did support you would think that they were just the most amazing thing this is the future these are the voices that need to be heard but there's a girl with has burgers but that doesn't actually matter has a voice and she's using it so powerfully that she has the world's attention and.

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