“when bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall, one by one, an unpitied sacrifice in a contemptible struggle”
A Warmageddonist neo – Nazi commenting as Bluecloud in an online discussion, (according to Tony at Bishop Hill blog, Bluecloud is none other than Guardian contributor Gary Evans, a Greenpeace funded “Sustainability Consultant, according to his Linked In profile) has called for the beheading of so-called “climate change deniers, arguing the world would be a better place without them. The comments are merely the latest in a long history of warmists advocating the killing or imprisonment of people who question the authoritarian left’s quasi religious global warming dogma.
On January 21st, in it’s Climate Consensus the 97%’ section, the Guardian published an article entitled “Matt Ridley wants to gamble the Earth’s future because he won’t learn from the past, which was illustrated with a fake, but nonetheless rather gruesome image of a severed head.
The article drew hundreds of comments, including one from Bluecloud’ on the day the article was posted, reading “Should that not be Ridley’s severed head in the photo?
Further down he added “We would actually solve a great deal of the world’s problems by chopping off everyone’s heads.
Bluecloud’s comment war came a week after a Professor Emeritus of Physics at Princeton University called climate change activism a “jihad against atmospheric carbon in a new paper for the Global Warming Policy Foundation.
Yet again we see the Warmageddonists, unable to win the argument or even put together any coherent rhetorical or scientific case for their cause, resorting to the language of Holy War.
As I’ve often said, ‘science’ has become a religion for many, and as a religion it inspires greater and more bloodthirsty fanaticism than even the most extreme Christian or Muslim cults.
“Nobody expects the science inquisition.”
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IMF Attempts to Hide True Cost of Renewables
A new report ffrom the International Monetary Fund (IMF) claims Fossil fuel companies are benefiting from a global subsidy of £3.4 trillion a year. The figure dwarfs that of government handouts aimed at encouraging investors to put money into unprofitable renewable energy sources such as wind turbines. Total subsidies for renewables are stated to amount to £77 billion a year.