The non-profit Climate Emergency Fund (CEF) admits its mission is to "raise funds for and make grants to the disruptive nonviolent climate movement." It did a whole lot more than that, though, having given away $5.1 million to 44 "ultra-ambitious" climate extremist groups in 2022 alone.
When we say "ultra-ambitious," what we mean are groups in the business of illegal vandalism. While technically non-violent just so long as no actual people are harmed, such illegal vandalism is still a form of violence against society – and truth be told, people have died as victims of climate-related terrorism.
Whether or not CEF funded those particular violent events is still for investigators to solve, but what we do know is that this kingpin climate entity "has quickly become the ATM that radical environmental activists turn to in order to fund their latest disruptions," according to Caitlin Sutherland, executive director of the conservative watchdog group Americans for Public Trust.
"And as their destruction increases, so should the scrutiny on who is bankrolling the Climate Emergency Fund and their ties to more mainstream environmental groups that might disagree with these over-the-top and dangerous tactics."
(Related: No matter how many times they repeat the lie, there is no climate emergency.)
One violent group that took in cash from CEF and used it for questionable and illegal purposes is Declare Emergency, the members of which believe that earth-based "fossil" fuels like oil and gas are inherently "genocidal" and "criminal."
In an effort for people to hear this bizarre belief publicly, Declare Emergency staged a paint-smearing campaign across the display case of a sculpture at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.
Another group called Just Stop Oil made similar headlines last fall when its members splashed tomato soup on a Vincent Van Gogh painting, estimated to be worth $84 million, at London's National Gallery.
For the past several days, members of Just Stop Oil have been blockading traffic in streets all across the United Kingdom.
None of this would be possible without funding from the CEF, which appears to be the primary enabling group behind public acts of climate terrorism. CEF is also bribing individuals through grants to shut down schools for a month in protest.
"One wonders if kids aren't going to school because they are being paid not to, is this really a 'protest' movement?" Dr. Robert Malone wrote on his Substack.
"As the Climate Emergency Fund is paying activists to defile great works of art, shouldn't Climate Emergency Fund be responsible for the restoration to repair the damage to these priceless works of art? As the Climate Emergency Fund is paying activists to damage parliament, shouldn't they also be responsible for repairing the damage?"
It would seem as though the CEF is more than happy to pay for causing all this damage, but is never around to pay for its cleanup and restoration. It is almost as if the CEF is a terrorist organization posing as a philanthropic "charity" group.
The CEF's 2022 annual report is loaded with damning information about who is on the financial take from this organization. Why law enforcement is choosing to ignore this illegal activity and allow it to continue is a question without any answer.
Malone asked: "How can this organization maintain their non-profit status, as by all appearances, they are financing illegal activities?"
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