On 21 January President Donald J. Trump gave a strong speech on virtually every politically correct platitude embraced by Milliardarians, the corporate bureaucratic elite and the leftist activists at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland in which he questioned. He especially disagreed with the climate-industrial complex energy rationing agenda that dominates the discussion in Davos:
We also courageously embrace US energy independence in order to protect our security and our economy. Now, by far, the United States is the world’s number one oil and natural gas producer. It’s not even near. Not even close. While many countries in Europe struggle with the insanity of energy costs, the U.S. energy revolution saves US families USD 2 500 every year in eliminating power charges and estimates that people say can not be achieved, and, most importantly, gas prices. We have been so effective that the US does not have to import any more oil from hostile countries.
It isn’t a gloomy moment; it’s a time of hope. Fear and uncertainty is not a good process of thinking, because it is a time for great anticipation, happiness, motivation, and action. But we have to reject the eternal prophets of the doom and their predictions of apocalypse to embrace the possibilities of tomorrow. You’re the heirs of the dumb fortunetellers of yesterday— and I and you’ve got them, and all of us have them, and they want to see us do badly, but we don’t let them go. In the 1960s it predicted an overcrowding epidemic, widespread starvation in the 1970s, and the oil end in the 1990s. Such warners demand always the same: total power to control every aspect of our lives, to turn and to dominate them. We will never allow radical socialists to destroy our economy, damage or wipe out our independence. America will always be the strong, wealthy, invincible bastion of liberty. In America, we recognize what pessimists reject: a rising and vibrant market economy built around the future increases human spirit and encourages innovation to conquer any challenge — any challenge by far.