Kilez More: Rapping the Climate-change Bullies and Censors (Video)

By:  William F. Jasper
Kilez More: Rapping the Climate-change Bullies and Censors (Video)

Austrian rap artist Kilez More recently sat down for an impromptu interview with The New American at the Heartland Institute’s 9th International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC9) in Las Vegas.

In our first report from the opening evening of the climate-skeptic conference, we posted Kilez’s rap video on global warming, one of his most famous political commentaries. We are including it again, below our own video interview with him.

Kilez More performed the rap number “Klimawandel (Klimalüge, Klimaschwindel)” — translation: “Climate Change (Climate Lies, Climate Swindle)” for the audience of scientists, researchers, and policy wonks, many of whom are in their upper 60s, 70s, and 80s. This is not the usual type of audience he plays to, More joked in his interview with The New American, but he appreciated the opportunity to meet and hear many of the top experts whose works on climate he has been reading for the past several years. His video takes aim at the fake science that is being used to justify a radical agenda of massive government intervention, wealth redistribution, taxation, and social engineering.

Young people in the European Union are drenched in global-warming propaganda from kindergarten onward, he notes, and many of them contact him after seeing his rap videos, asking for more information to refute the climate-change brainwashing. The conference helped make him better equipped and more confident in responding to those inquiries and appeals, he said. “I don’t claim to have the ultimate truth,” he says, “but I’m just saying there should be a debate on this subject, but the powerful climate alarmists try to stop all debate and call you a ‘denier’ — and other names — if you bring up obviously conflicting data or other questions.”

Click here to see the interview of Kilez More by The New American.

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