More Lib Hate Propaganda: New Video “Exxon Hates Your Children” (Video)

It’s a new day.  Who do the Libs demand we loathe, detest, and despise, now?  Ahhh, we’re back to the fossil fuel industry.

Democrats, how proud are you?  You now belong to the party of malicious lies and hate-inspiring propaganda.  The party whose greatest skills are handing out marching orders for anger and hostility.  After releasing their shockingly vulgar fairy tale promoting hatred of the rich, the malignant minds of the Liberals have churned out yet another video of animosity.  Entitled, “Exxon Hates Your Children”, the populace is being pushed to find even more hatred within us to direct toward the evil fossil fuel industry.

The Hill reports,

Two liberal groups hope to gain momentum for ending taxpayer backing of fossil fuel production by making a very strong allegation about the nation’s largest oil company.

“Here at Exxon, we hate your children,” states a faux-Exxon official in a new ad from the groups Oil Change International and The Other 98%. “We all know the climate crisis will rip their world apart, but we don’t care, because it is making us rich.” …

As the “executive” speaks, viewers see images of extreme weather, such as violent storms and wildfires, that scientists say climate change will intensify. …

His group is backing legislation that would strip billions of dollars of tax deductions, royalty incentives and federal fossil fuel research programs.

But, a report from the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) actually reveals renewable energy is more heavily subsidized than fossil fuels.  So, the Liberal gripe that the fossil fuel industry receives preferential tax benefits is a lie.

From The Heritage Foundation:

But a new report from the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) handily debunks the myth that oil companies uniquely or excessively benefit from the tax code. One devastating chart sums up CBO’s key findings:

As the chart shows, renewable energy is far more heavily subsidized by tax carveouts than any other energy sector, including fossil fuels.

The chart does not, however, take into account the level of those subsidies in proportion to the amount of energy that each sector creates. By that measure, renewables’ federal subsidies are even more lopsided.

As Heritage’s David Kreutzer has pointed out, wind energy companies, for instance, get about 1000 times the subsidies that oil companies do, per kilowatt-hour of energy produced.

Obama’s War On Energy is a war on our economy.  The U.S. depends on fossil fuels for 85% of its energy supply.  Americans, barely making it in this wretched Obama economy, will be buried by another avoidable leap in energy costs.

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  • Economan


    What’s more hateful than abortion?

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    “We all know the climate crisis will rip their world apart, but…”

    Boy, these people just never get tired of pushing their junk science, do they?

  • Adirondack Patriot

    Exxon heats my home and keeps my children warm. Exxon helps provide fuel for their school buses and car rides to soccer and church.

    I can live without Democrats. I can’t live without Exxon.

    Democrats hate Exxon.

    Go figure.

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  • Marcy

    I wonder how many of these libtards have stock in Exxon? Or have that stock within their 401K? I bet they don’t mind making that money from Exxon stock, do they now?

  • bg



    December 6, 2012

    Guns for me, but not for thee.

    Donne Trotter Arrested On Weapons Charge

    [A Cook County judge set bond at $25,000 for state Sen. Donne Trotter,
    who recently announced he was running for Jesse Jackson’s old seat in
    Congress. Trotter’s defense attorney argued for reasonable bail citing
    Trotter’s decades of public service and 26-year marriage.]

    good thing he’s not a Tea Party Republican huh.. /s/


  • OldSailor

    Hey libs! Where’s the alternatives for the gasoline I need to get to work every day, the diesel needed to get the goods you and we need to live? Wind powered cars? Solar powered trucks and locomotives?

    Grow up.

  • A_Nonny_Mouse

    My mind keeps returning to this quote (attributed to King Henry II regarding Thomas a Becket): “Will nobody rid me of this meddlesome priest?”

    Except that, of course, there are NO priests involved in our current situation. Additionally, there’s not just ONE “meddlesome” Progressive trying to destroy our culture, there are hundreds, or (can it possibly be?) THOUSANDS of these Kool-Aid drinkers who want us conservatives to imbibe from the the same poisoned well that’s already clouded their minds and destroyed their rational faculties.

    I’m deeply afraid that The Time of Tribulation is at hand…

  • bg


    January 23, 2002

    The War Against The Saudis


    In return for US aid and support for the House of Saud, King Ibn Saud granted Aramco a monopoly over the production of Saudi oil at the end of World War II. Aramco is a consortium of companies, with Exxon, Mobil, and Socal – all Rockefeller-connected – granted 70 percent ownership, and Texaco granted the rest. A premier example of crony capitalism, the Rockefeller-Saudi alliance translated into multi-millions in subsidies through the Export-Import Bank, so that the King could build his own personal railroad from his capital to the summer palace. Franklin Roosevelt took money out of the war budget to prepare the way for Rockefeller’s pipelines. In return, the Saudis granted the US an airbase at Dharan, conveniently near the oil fields. Smalltime capitalists hire private security guards to protect their property, but the big boys – or, at least, some of them – have the use of the American military.



    A very interesting comment, that last: what are these “competing projects”? This is none other than the Transcaucasian “Silk Road” pipeline project, slated to extend from the Caspian Sea oilfields to Turkey, and perhaps down through Afghanistan to the Indian Ocean. This project has long been on the drawing boards, and the Clinton administration took it up with alacrity, even going so far as to set up a special department to facilitate its creation. If the foreign oil companies were going to try to go around them, said the Prince in so many words, then two could play that game:

    Q: “Your Royal Highness what about Saudi Aramco? Will it assume a new role following the formation of the council and the invitation of the international oil companies?”

    A: “We are proud of Aramco’s achievements through the years and our dealings with foreign companies will never be at the expense of Aramco. I believe the presence of these companies will strengthen Aramco and sharpen its competitive edge. Aramco, has, I believe, the administrative and technical expertise and know-how that enable it to compete effectively with these companies.”]

    so much more at link, just read it, then investigate
    the info, i found a ROCK behind everE FELLER.. /s/


  • Fuquay Steve

    Liberals love division and diversion. To defeat this insidious evil we need to have the courage that only unity can provide. We don’t and thanks to Bill Crystal, and many other so-called pundits we will start the steep road of diminishment. Thanks neo-cons and establishment weinnies! But, the greater good will result from this suffering – unfortunately not in my lifetime.

  • Patty

    Thanks you uniformed voters. AMERICA IS DOOMED.

  • Patty


    Planned Parenthood Kills More Blacks Than Guns

  • Skip

    Ironically, the same group probably supports unfettered abortion.

    The leftist loves humanity, but hates people.

  • cavt

    I think we are seeing the beginning. After 4 yrs of our glorious dictator(sorry–leader) bad mouthing business and the successful, is it any wonder that these haters are emboldened. The ‘rich’ that voted for this guy better be careful. Hatred is never easily controlled and people of this ilk can easily turn on those who feel they are safe.

  • OldSailor

    Patty commented:
    Thanks you uniformed voters. AMERICA IS DOOMED.

    Um, Patty … I assume you mean “uninformed” voters and not “uniformed.” I wore the uniform for over 20 years and never worked to produce the krap we face today.

    I think talk show host Neal Boortz has it right when he speaks of them or writes of them as “dumb masses” (say it quickly.) 😉

  • bg


    re: #9 December 6, 2012 at 2:30 pm bg




    [In 1953 Strong was hired out of the UN Security section and sent
    to Kenya by the Sidley Austin law firm acting for New York-based
    Rockefeller Family
    trusts which now handle university endowment
    funds and $55 trillion in the Carbon Disclosure Project.]

    “The social experiment in China under Chairman Moa’s leadership
    is one of the most important and successful in human history.”

    ~ David Rockefeller

    and that’s just a wee sample of what journOlists are not
    investigating, so what are they on, Rockefeller’s payroll??


  • Ghost

    oil is abiotic

  • brian

    Just a pet peeve but “fossil fuels” is pretty much incorrect. There’s massive amounts of methane in the crust, some of those methane deposits have been converted into crude by heat and pressure in the crust itself.

  • bg


    re: #16 December 6, 2012 at 3:01 pm bg

    re: David Rockefeller

    [“.. Hitler did strengthen the German establishment, but not exactly in the way the bankers and businessmen had wanted; and now, fifty years later, it is clear who was using whom. Nevertheless, the Western World did not complain in 1933 because Hitler, though a fascist and a totalitarian, was seen, like countless American puppet dictators today, as someone who leaves the established order in place.”]

    ~ Barry Dunham Soetoro Barack Hussein Obama
    (by any other factual, fictional, or composite names)

    sound the least bit familiar?? /s/


  • dba_vagabond _trader

    Scare mongering to further transform kids into powerless little sponges, incapable of dealing with real life situations thanks to commie schools and inept parenting.

  • bg


    Obama’s pals are getting richer..

    December 4, 2012

    [Shale development in Texas and North Dakota
    using hydraulic fracturing is leading the way.]



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  • pitting people againist each other is what marxists do.

  • FurryGuy

    #2 December 6, 2012 at 1:52 pm
    Blacque Jacques Shellacque commented:

    Boy, these people just never get tired of pushing their junk science, do they?

    Of course not, it is now a religious cult:

    Fmr. Thatcher advisor Lord Monckton evicted from UN climate summit after challenging global warming — ‘Escorted from the hall and security officers stripped him of his UN credentials’

  • JoyO

    It’s all a part of global power in the hands of the political elites — that is why George Soros and the Tides Foundation, Ford Foundation, etc., are backing the environmentalists and their climate warming propaganda. The Hunger Games are next!

  • More liberty

    The govt should not subsidize any company.

  • gastorgrab

    The video would have been more powerful if they had shown Exxon CEO peeing on the heads of the California Teachers Union.

  • LOL. This country is spiraling out of control. I wish it would just hurry up and collapse. Much like the Soviet Union or Rome did when they could no longer afford their empire. I’m sick of the statists ruining everything good and decent about this country.

  • David Pittelli

    On a net basis, oil and gas aren’t subsidized at all. Add up the corporate income tax on the oil companies and the federal excise taxes on gasoline and diesel and you will find that oil and gas pay huge amounts of revenue into the federal government. They also provide us with huge amounts of energy. In contrast, wind and solar do receive huge subsidies which swamp their taxes paid and their minuscule contributions to our energy supply.

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  • Jess1

    Only in the vapid, nonsensical, unlearned world of the Left does “not taxed as much as the most taxed” = “subsidized”.
    Morons. There’s no other word.

  • Kissmygrits

    More pretzel logic from the liberal left propaganda machine. Exxon hates your kids by producing a product that allows them to ride to school instead of walking thereby contributing to the tykes obesity and all the health ailments that brings. Walking to school is better, except when it’s banned and the kids must ride the bus.