Mohamed Irfaan Ali, President of Guyana, puts BBC host Stephen Sackur in his place.

Sackur essentially asked him during an interview isn't it a bad thing for you guys to extract $150 billion of oil and gas off your coast because of the carbon emissions that would ultimately be released into the atmosphere?

The President questioned, "would you rather my country languish in poverty? Who is going to pay for the development and advancement of our country?  We have the lowest deforestation rate in the world." He said, "even with the greatest amount of oil they could extract, they would still be  at net zero. Because we have kept this forest alive, that stores 90.5 gigatons of carbon. That you enjoy. That the world enjoys. That you don't pay us for...That you don't see a value in..."

Grave Error: How The Media Misled Us

Canadian academic and author Dr. Tom Flanagan discusses the false media narrative of 'unmarked graves' at a former Kamloops residential school. Tom's new book, Grave Error: How The Media Misled Us (and the Truth about Residential Schools), is a call to reason against the moral panic unleashed on May 27, 2021.

Buy the book "Grave Error" by Dr. Tom Flanagan

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