Tuesday, 8 March 2016

12 celebrities who wallow in hypocrisy

 

MRC-report

It’s no sin to live palatially, not if you’ve earned it.

It is rank hypocrisy however to maintain that others hunker down while you’re living high on the hog yourself.

A new report shines a bright light on the high-energy lifestyles of 12 “celebrity environmentalists who very noisily demand low-energy lifestyles for others in the name of “saving the planet.”

The 12 celebrities chosen to highlight in this report are: Leonardo DiCaprio, Woody Harrelson, Julia Roberts, James Cameron, Al Gore, Arianna Huffington, Ian Somerhalder, Gwyneth Paltrow, Mark Ruffalo, Matt Damon, Cameron Diaz and John Travolta. The media have used all of these celebrities to help promote their own climate alarmist agenda, while simply ignoring or glossing over any inconsistencies or contradictions. This report doesn’t focus on every single celebrity hypocrite. Instead, it looks at 12 whose lifestyles contradict their activism. …
    At the top of the list we find Leonardo DiCaprio, James Cameron and Al Gore – all of whom boast a net worth of well over a 100 million and frequently use private jets to travel all over the world, rent mega-yachts and live in massive mansions.

And all of whom also own very expensive and low-lying coastal or beachfront property – giving the lie to their alleged fears of rapid and destructive sea-level rise.

Avatar Director James Cameron warned of a future “world that’s in shambles” because of climate change, and said he believes “in ecoterrorism” yet, he owns an impressive private collection of motorcycles, cars, dirt bikes, a yacht, a helicopter, a Humvee fire truck and a $32-million submarine. ABC and CBS even praised Cameron for his submarine purchase, with CBS’s Gayle King saying she loved his “passion and curiosity.”
    Leonardo DiCaprio ironically stood in front of the UN warning that “if we do not act together, we will surely perish” – just three months after he had flown to Brazil on a private plane to borrow an oil billionaire’s 470-foot yacht. Yet, ABC News praised him for “not just talking the talk.”

It’s not just these few fuckwits who speak with a forked tongue.

    Hollywood has many more climate change alarmist hypocrites who weren’t included in this report. Arnold Schwarzenegger, for example, commuted more than 300 miles to work by jet, multiple times a week. Paul McCartney once had his Lexus hybrid car flown from Japan to the UK, which The Huffington Post admitted caused its ‘transport footprint‘ to be over 100 times greater than it should have been.“ Not only did Live Earth Concert star Madonna fly all over the world to promote her career, The Daily Mail reported that she owned ‘'”a collection of fuel-guzzling cars, including a Mercedes Maybach, two Range Rovers, Audi A8s and a Mini Cooper S.”
    Trudie Styler, the wife of Sting, even admitted in 2008 that the couple were climate change hypocrites. According to
The Daily Mail “[e]nvironmental experts labelled Sting’s band, The Police, the dirtiest in the world because of the amount of pollution created during last year’s reunion tour of the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Sweden, Germany, the UK, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, China and Japan.”

So not just shitty music but shitty ethics as well.

As the late celebrity author Michael Chrichton once soberly observed,

I mean, haven’t we actually raised temperatures so much that we, as stewards of the planet, have to act? These are the questions that friends of mine ask as they are getting on board their private jets to fly to their second and third homes.

5 comments:

  1. No comment is needed really. They are all just a bunch of self serving hypocrites who are full of their own importance who think that their opinion is important: that is all that needs to be said.

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  2. DiCaprio is also guilty of gross hypocrisy in decrying inequality and poverty, while demanding $20+ million to spend a few months acting in a movie production. It's a common trait among the Hollywood elite.

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  3. Spurwing Plover10 Mar 2016, 11:54:00

    I never saw AVATAR and i never ever will its just another crappy liberal junk movie involving a bunch of pagan creatures living on a backwards planet and worshiping pagan deities just like the eco-freaks do during their sill earthday celebrations and as for the rest their all hypotcrites but you left our Laurie David

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  4. DiCaprio also has his own big boat i dont know what its called but the approptiate name would be the S.S. HYPOTCRIT

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  5. To be a super celebrity mascot of an anti-intellectual, shallow, and hypocritical culture guess what you need to be? All those things personified!

    Acting and directing performance success is mastery of 'social metaphysics', pleasing people by being 'on the pulse' of the social conscience. That's where the money and fame is! To be on the pulse of truth is to be a philosopher and they are not highly prized around here!

    Of the 12, James Cameron might be the one most conscious of the above. A real life Gail Wynard I wonder? The submarine mentioned above isn't a leisure craft it was a real private space craft which I quite enjoyed following the adventure of.

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