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Colombian president slams capitalism as noted super-rich eco-hypocrite doesn't seem to disagree

Ten years ago it was reported that Al Gore’s net worth was $200 million, and it’s only gone up since then:

More than a decade after losing his 2000 presidential bid, former Vice President Al Gore’s fortunes have seemingly turned: Gore’s net worth may now exceed $200 million, according to an analysis by Bloomberg News.

Since his failed run for the White House, Gore has leveraged his connections to make investments in technology and media that paid off. Earlier this year, he exercised options on 59,000 shares of the Apple stock he received for serving on the company’s board since 2003. Those shares, Bloomberg reports, are part of the 101,358 Apple options and restricted stock shares Gore had acquired, coming to a gross value of more than $45.6 million. When Current TV, the network Gore helped found, was sold to Al-Jazeera in January, the former vice president made an estimated $100 million.

In Davos, Switzerland (that’s been swarmed by private jets owned by people who want everybody to believe the burning of fossil fuels is an existential crisis) at the World Economic Forum, the president of Colombia sat right next to one of the biggest hypocrites on the planet — who has enjoyed the fruits of capitalism to the tune of a couple hundred millions dollars or more — and slammed capitalist nations.

Naturally, super-capitalist Al Gore immediately disagreed. JUST KIDDING — Gore didn’t say a word and there might even be a slight nod of agreement to be seen here:

What’s the collective worth of all the anti-capitalists who are gathered in Davos this week? It’s got to be pretty impressive, though the level of hypocrisy is even higher.

It’s pitiful but not unexpected.

They will never ever point that out because if more people know that this eco-grift is over.

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