He was actually pretty explicit with his agenda. Your disagreement with it is also quite obvious.
Regardless, you both make good points. We are not fighting the oil companies, we are fighting oil company and government collusion. The oil industry will die when it is ready to die and there is no need in wasting resources to prematurely kill it or to prop it up in its last days.
All technologies should rise and fall on their own merits. So do what you feel is right for yourself but don't ask questions like "Could you be more obvious in your agenda?" When to comment was most explicitly straightforward. He wasn't hiding anything from you and the least you could do is show him some respect while you disagree with him.
Now go find some new sources of energy.
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