Joe Crushes American Energy While Hunter Gets Rich From Chinese Fossil Fuels
Joe Biden fights climate change in the United States, while his son's Chinese private equity fund holds investments in Chinese oil giant, Sinopec, which creates more CO2 emissions than all of Canada.
Hunter Biden has continued to profit from Chinese-government owned oil, gas, and coal companies through his 10% equity stake in Bohai Harvest RST, while his father, Joe Biden, has canceled the Keystone XL Pipeline, banned new drilling for oil and gas on federal lands, and declared war on Americans at the gas pump because of climate change.
Bohai Harvest RST, founded in 2013 and controlled by the Chinese-government owned Bank of China, invested $1 billion in 2015 in the Chinese-state owned China Petrochemical Corporation (Sinopec Group), the world’s largest oil and gas conglomerate.
In 2020, one of Sinopec Group’s subsidiaries, China Petroleum & Chemical, created more carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions than the entire nation of Canada, which itself produced the eleventh most CO2 emissions among all nations.
In other words, while Joe Biden shut down the Keystone Pipeline XL, which would've given the United States 830,000 barrels a day from Canada, his son continued to profit from his investment in the Chinese state-owned oil giant Sinopec Group, which creates more carbon dioxide emissions than the entire nation of Canada.
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Moreover, a 2021 study revealed that Sinopec Group produced more than 5 percent of the world’s plastic waste and was the world’s second-worst plastic polluter behind ExxonMobil.
In 2016, Bohai Harvest RST invested in a lucrative bond deal with Yancoal Australia, a coal-mining subsidiary of Chinese-government owned Yankuang Group, which was China’s fourth-largest coal producer at the time.
Bohai Harvest RST together with Chinese government-owned Industrial and Commercial Bank of China and BOC International Holdings (a subsidiary of the Chinese-government owned Bank of China), invested $775 million into a Yancoal subsidiary asset-backed bond issuance, and in return “collect[ed] interest of 8.55% a year on $760 million of the bonds, plus interest of up to 15% a year on the remainder.”
Coal is the world’s most affordable energy fuel, but climate change activists like Joe Biden have declared war on coal in the United States due to coal also being the largest source of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from fossil fuels.
China, the world’s largest polluter, which produces 29 percent of the world’s carbon dioxide emissions – more than the United States and European Union combined - burned over 53 percent of the coal used in the world in 2020.
Despite joining the Paris Climate agreement, China continues to build coal-fired power plants at a rate that outpaces the rest of the world combined, building more than three times as much new coal power capacity as all other countries combined in 2020, with plans as recently as last year to build 43 more coal-fired power plants.
Although Hunter Biden holds significant investment in what is now China’s second-largest coal producer, Joe Biden managed to fight climate change in the United States last year by suspending American oil and gas leases in Alaska, reversing a drilling program approved by the Trump administration.
Within hours of being sworn in, Biden issued an executive order reinstating the U.S. to the Paris Climate Agreement. Under the Paris Climate accords, China as the world's largest polluter and carbon emitter get a free pass until 2030 (who knows if they will honor the agreement after 2030).
In the mean time, America must reduce carbon emissions by 30 percent by 2025 through the purchase of solar photovoltaics (70 percent produced in China), wind turbines (35 percent produced in China ), and lithium-ion batteries (70 percent produced in China).
And, all of these green technologies require rare earth elements (90 percent produced in China).
In other words, Americans must increase the cost of living for American citizens right now because of the imminent threat of climate change by purchasing green technologies from the world's largest carbon emitter while they continue to increase their carbon emissions and pollute the planet.
All the while, Hunter Biden, continues to profit from his Chinese government-owned private equity fund’s investments in Chinese oil, gas, and coal giants, which make up some of the world’s worst polluters.
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