Bearfaced lies

The myth of the desolate bear reveals two things about the politics of environmentalism: first, that it’s underpinned by a simplistic, anthropomorphic view of good vs evil, which most of us grew out of before we hit our teens; second, that it frequently bends the facts to fit the fable.
Brendan O’Neill: Bearfaced lies

The article pretty much says it all. I have nothing to add 😉

9 Responses to “Bearfaced lies”

  1. Ash Says:

    Excellent post Missred. I find it hard to muster sympathy for an animal which has been around for many years and has lived through all kinds of global changes.

    Polar bears will survive, as they always have before.

  2. tizona Says:


    It would seem that the story told above and the one head Greenie Al tells are shall we say, polar opposites?

    One of Tennessee’s favorite sons (no not Al Gore) David (Davy) Crockett, who/whom died at The Alamo, once stated “Be always sure you are right, then go ahead“. Don’t think Al, subscribed to that saying.

  3. missredi Says:

    el cid,
    the goreacle only subscribes to his thinking. first mistake.

  4. missredi Says:

    ps. i like your new icon

  5. tizona Says:

    Thank you, missredi.

    What’s an icon?…:).

  6. spot_the_dog Says:

    Won’t someone please think of the Polar Bears?

  7. spot_the_dog Says:


    Won’t someone please think of the Polar Bears?!?!?

  8. J.M. Heinrichs Says:

    Polar Bear recipe:

    Warning: do not eat the liver!


  9. Rebecca H Says:

    I tasted black bear once. It was gamey. Never had polar bear, but all I can think of when I think of roast polar bear is seal grease.

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