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Friday, May 11, 2018

Paid Actors Stormed City Council Meetings to Win Approval of Fossil Fuel Plant

Paid Actors Flooded City Council Meetings to Win Approval of Fossil Fuel Plant

MAY 11, 2018

Source: Starship Earth: The Big Picture



Another indicator of just how controlled our world is…and how nothing is what it seems.

The El-ites don’t take chances. They ensure they have all the players in place to ensure the outcome they want. Money is no object and the deck is always stacked. If the masses don’t catch on, it will continue.

While using the name “Crowds on Demand” for a time, they may have renamed the outfit, “Council for Responsible Governance”. Nothing came up when I did a search on that. They always have flowery names for nasty things so no one suspects who they are, or their motives—and of COURSE they have to sign NDAs. Everyone employed by the shadow government has to sign non-disclosure agreements.

In the last couple of years I heard a scientist admit “fossil fuels” have nothing whatsoever to do with fossils. They couldn’t possibly. It’s a lie. They want to make them sound “unrenewable”, old, ancient, rare, EXPENSIVE.

More recently research revealed that gas and oil pockets are refilled over time by Mother Nature when depleted. There is no shortage of these resources the El-ites use to fleece us and no excuse to continue to manipulate prices.

Learn more about the abiotic oil hoax.

The globalists grow rich on our ignorance of the facts. There are far better energies—sustainable energies—safer, cleaner, abundant and inexpensive—but the New World Order has no stake in any of that. Their college and university professors have been lying to students for decades to perpetuate the lie. More players in all the right places. ~ BP



Paid Actors Flooded City Council Meetings to Win Approval of Fossil Fuel Plant

“THEY PAID US TO SIT THROUGH THE MEETING AND CLAP EVERY TIME SOMEONE SAID SOMETHING AGAINST WIND AND SOLAR POWER,” SAID ONE ACTOR.

(CD) — “What do you do when you want to push through a climate change-inducing, obscenely expensive fracked gas power plant in the USA’s most climate threatened city?” asked “Gasland” director Josh Fox. “Well… pay actors to testify, of course!”

Fox’s comments on the astroturfing are in response to recent reporting by The Lens that multiple professional actors were were paid to attend New Orleans City Council meetings to show support for a proposed Entergy gas power plant.

“We knew this to be true, but now it’s been proven,” said the Gulf Restoration Network.

According to 350.org co-founder Bill McKibben, “This is a mind-boggling story.”



The gigs involved attending city council meetings in October and February. The actors would either get paid $60 for sporting bright orange t-shirts that read “Clean Energy. Good Jobs. Reliable Power,” or $200 if they got up to endorse the power plant and deliver a pre-written speech. They all had to sign NDAs, which listed “DG Consultants”—a business The Lens found no listing for; were given a clear directive to “tell nobody you’re being paid”; were recruited and organized by men named Garrett Wilkerson and Daniel Taylor; and were “literally paid under the table” after the October meeting at a local Dave & Busters, a restaurant/arcade.

In a Facebook message seen by The Lens, Wilkerson said he was with a group called Crowds on Demand, though at the October meeting, he and Taylor indicated they were with a new organization called the Council for Responsible Governance. The Lens also found no listing of such a group.

The news outlet spoke to three of the actors, one of whom was willing to give his name. One of them said he recognized 10 to 15 others sporting orange shirts at the October meeting as being local actors.

“They paid us to sit through the meeting and clap every time someone said something against wind and solar power,” said Keith Keough.

From The Lens:

One of the hired actors told The Lens that they were instructed to arrive early [to the October meeting]. “They said, you guys have to be there first thing because as soon as they open the door, we want you guys in there so if there are any protesters we got that whole room filled.”

In contrast, for the final meeting on the project in March when the vote took place, the crowd was mainly opponents—no swarm of orange shirts to be found.

The campaign was apparently successful; the city council approved it 6-1 on March 8.

In fact, Councilwoman Susan Guidry, who cast the sole opposing vote, told The Lens: “I think it had a phenomenal impact on public opinion.”

It’s unclear who’s behind the organizing. But Guidry says it was pretty clear to her. ” How can you not link Entergy to this?” she asked. “Who else would have paid all these people to come there and say they want a gas-fired power plant?”

An environmental coalition says they’ll be asking state and local authorities to investigate any wrongdoing, and to find out ultimately who’s behind the effort.

Entergy, for its part, said it’s not them.

“While we reiterate that Entergy did not pay, nor did we authorize any other person or entity to pay supporters to attend or speak at Council meetings, we recognize that our interactions with our stakeholders must always be based on honesty and integrity. To that end, we are in the process of finalizing our investigation,” it said in a press statement.

The power plant has been doggedly opposed by environmental groups, who say it would would pile on environmental injustice, and increase pollution, flood risks, and utility bills.

“What we deserve is a focus on more reliable infrastructure instead of this expensive gas plant from Entergy,” said Logan Burke, executive director of the Alliance for Affordable Energy, following the project’s approval.

“We demand a smarter energy future for our community and want investment in clean energy that truly provides resilience in the face of climate change. The world is watching and we cannot say we are preparing for a sea-level rise if we are doubling down on a gas plant in a floodplain.”

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