May 2, 2020 – NO Soundbites Allowed – On recommendation from our Youtube subscriber – Jason from Binghamton – we watched Planet of the Humans. The executive producer this is none other than Michael Moore, a darling of the Progressive crowds.
It might be expected that this film would target Republicans, business, and America. Each is something that Moore is known to have issues with. But Planet of the Humans departs from that expected path.
Targets and themes
Solar Energy, wind power and wood chip biomass energy plants are big focal points. Ethanol is more generally glanced over, with no discussion of geothermal or nuclear power generation. But renewable energy, and the public figureheads that lead its charge, are the secondary spotlight.
Since its direct release on Youtube, in the middle of the Coronavirus crisis, it has gained millions of views – though likes and dislikes are disabled. We provide our own review and response in the video to several of the main policy points, controversies, and shocking theme of the documentary.
Planet of the Humans: https://youtu.be/Zk11vI-7czE
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