Godwin’s Law doesn’t apply…


… When someone presenting an alternative opinion on man-made climate change, an opinion backed up with mountains of research, an opinion shaped by history, whose presentation is hijacked by a fanatical clique of young zealots (I’m 30 so whatever), and the man, in this case Chris Monckton, retaliates with an observation of ‘Hitler Youth’, knowing full well how developments ‘progressed’ less than a century ago, and the parallels we’re seeing, literally, today…

To apply Godwin’s Law to that is fallacious and facetious.

Typical of these socialists. And just like what did occur 75 odd years ago, a free man was not allowed to speak, but instead was drowned out by childish rants and chants.

What bollocks.

How else could one describe the thuggery Monckton endured today?

UPDATE

It’s been a while… FYYSFLT

Link. Link.

UPDATE II

Yet it’s Leah Lamb, over at the Huff Po (the word’s most popular blog – to give you yet another  indication of just how precarious this Copenhagen thing really is -) insinuating that it’s Monckton spreading a culture of fear. And that’s it’s Monckton who’s afraid. Right on one count. Who wouldn’t nor shouldn’t be afraid that free speech  is being hijacked? But, ‘lamb’, please spare us your moronic moralising with regards to the fear factor. ‘Lamb’s’ side has been at it so long that kids are literally having nightmares over this shit… as demonstrated in the opening video for COP15 itself.  Sceptics ramping up the fear factor?

I literally teach some of those kids, who are scared – hmm, no. it’s just a subject- , yet it can be sad to witness at times. Thank God I’m ‘just’ their ESL teacher, yet to see the posters on the walls sometimes…

UPDATE III

‘Insidious’ is becoming an overused word. But how else can one describe the termite-like infestation of certain high schools? Yep, thanks to 1.6, that’s an entire curriculum developed just for kids (dagnamit 1.6, why couldn’t you just send me the link instead of developing an entire curriculum?!). It doesn’t debate the science. No, it ‘teaches’ that it’s a foregone conclusion that humans are stuffing the climate when even the biggest warm-mongers admit we/they don’t know everything, or even most things (Schmidt on CNN), about the climosphere.

Human: What an interesting race we are.

Bolt’s Friday muster


Well it is summertime, at least for you folks back home, and Peter Roebuck had a cracker of a season last time. Hey Tim, I still haven’t gotten that prize yet!

But I digress. Just what has the posh radical been up to today?

Let’s start with everybody’s favourite topic, porn, Climategate… and Al Gore. Man, this guy tells porkies better than John Holmes (no, not the other one, the one) made films. If you want to lose eight minutes and sixteen seconds of you life – like I did – for nothing, Bolt has a neat clip of the manbearpig on CNN. Probably better just to read the shakedown afterwards. Meanwhile, the Met Office, obviously still smarting, has rounded up a bunch of stooges to defend the indefensible. It’s a cracker compared to the 31,000 scientists who signed the Petition Project. And he notes, about 21 light years ago, that what the hell is going on when places like Sudan are trying to pull the Big Con on the bleeding heart of the West. FFS.

And what a load of crap the kids they brainwashed are now telling us what to do. Gimme a break! Oh yeah, and more dodgy graphs. Yet, of course, the ABC keeps pushing their skewered agenda.

Nonetheless, the silver ling of the day, AB finally finds a proper noun for those warm-mongers.

In other developments, the Boltster has his own take on Obama defending war, whilst accepting a peace prize. Aaaand, that’s about it for Obi today. Unless…

Next, time to trash the Labor party. And boy do they deserve it. Mr I-can’t-remember (too blotto? It’s OK, Kev, shit happens) suddenly has no comment on a party he was head cheerleader at. Typical Leftist hypocrisy. It’s OK for Kev, not OK for Sam. So, anyway, while Kev’s busy hollering to a bikini clad John Howard, yet another boatload arrives. Great set of priorities there, Kevster. And on that note of immigration, if we’re bringing in 180,000+ every year, how in hell are we meant to continue slashing carbon emissions whilst at the same time refusing to build adequate infrastructure? Is Kevin Andrews so wrong to suggest a reduction?

Oh, yeah. And France is getting sick and tired of being sick and tired (of guess what?), NSW is screwed, but at least Clarkson comes to the rescue.

PS I don’t give a rats about Opera, but if YOU do, here you go… save the best til last as they say.

A few questions, if you will


Should the Bolt experiment be closed? If not, do people prefer a post giving the headings of his posts (numbered), a post giving the headings of his posts (numbered) with a quick summary, or a round-up like the one done yesterday which was written like a ‘regular’ post, in a narrative style, with the appropriate links?

After all, one can comment there again, but it’s still not live, and is still moderated heavily.

UPDATE

I’ll do whatever today, and make a decision (probably) by Monday. Please note, however, that I’ll be at a teacher training thingy starting Sunday (bastards), that’s in a different city, and will run until Thursday. I’ll be sharing a hotel room with someone I’ve never met, probably going out after the seminars afterwards, and thus may not have a lot of blogging time next week. That said, the week after, things will be back to ‘normal’.

LOL, this seminar. I’m a qualified TESOL teacher with five years experience living and teaching in Korea, yet I’ll be lectured on Korean culture (apparently they like kinchi and have four seasons – literally, that’s what we’re going to be told), and teaching methods (eyes roll). I’ve taught ages from kindergarten to retirees, from beginner to advanced, from 1-on-1 to classes of 30+. Still, I’ll get to sleep in an extra couple of hours.

Sooo anywaaaay, whatever decision is made re the Bolt posts probably won’t be implemented til the week after next.

What would China do?


If you remember the post a few days back showing Al Gore being confronted in a bookstore, you may remember the ‘confrontee’ screaming out that the COP15 climate change crap has, rather than having much to do about the environment, and not just on Obama’s own admission, a security issue, but also rather a lot to do about eugenics, that favourite play toy of the Left. And sure, we’ve already heard about eco-ratbags suggesting governments ‘put something in the water’.

Well, Canada’s Financial Post, in an editorial no less, has made their stand… for a global one-child policy.

A planetary law, such as China’s one-child policy, is the only way to reverse the disastrous global birthrate currently, which is one million births every four days.

Interesting since it ain’t the rich countries having that much of a problem with exploding populations. In fact, two of the richest nations on the planet, Japan and Germany are actually experiencing negative population growth.  It’s the poor countries that are much more likely to have huge population growth. Look at that list in the link above. Take the top 30. It’s only poor and/or Muslim countries experiencing growth of about 2.5 or higher.

The FP’s stance is idiotic at best, and down right evil at worst. And how the hell would you police such a policy except in the developed world? That’d be a world which isn’t having a problem with exploding populations – no pun intended re countries experiencing problems re suicide bombers…

But the FP is trying to do what China would do, and is taking China’s lead.

COPENHAGEN: Population and climate change are intertwined but the population issue has remained a blind spot when countries discuss ways to mitigate climate change and slow down global warming, according to Zhao Baige, vice-minister of National Population and Family Planning Commission of China (NPFPC) .

“Dealing with climate change is not simply an issue of CO2 emission reduction but a comprehensive challenge involving political, economic, social, cultural and ecological issues, and the population concern fits right into the picture,” said Zhao, who is a member of the Chinese government delegation.

So we have a bunch of lefties taking the lead off a bunch of Commies? Gee, what could go wrong with that in a free, democratic society?

Obama accepts Peace Prize, defends war


Gotta love the hypocrisy of the left. No wonder he didn’t stay around for long. And the Norweigans are plenty ticked off about it. But it seems not ticked off enough to not be completely lame.

But he skipped several other activities, including lunch with the king, a news conference at Oslo’s Grand Hotel, CNN’s traditional interview with the prize winner and a “Save the Children” benefit concert, where organizers replaced him with an Obama cardboard cutout. Obama also won’t be around for Friday’s Nobel Concert.

A poll reckons he got the prize too early anyway.

All this is made even funnier when one considers that nearly half of Americans said they would prefer Bush back! Now that’s saying something.

UPDATE

Meanwhile, the world’s largest Muslim nation, Indonesia, has decided to erect a gold statue of Obama as he was as a boy. Quite fitting since he spent so much time being educated there.

UPDATE II

Climate change is now a secrurity issue? But of course. 😉

H/T Drudge

Tell that to Tiger


A new study has determined that casual sex and hookups aren’t emotionally damaging. Hmm, I always found them to be a bit messy (no pun intended). They’d always start out all right but would get pretty complicated pretty quickly.

What’s the bet Tiger would agree.

Hookup.

It seems Tiger may be ready to quit golf. Probably due to that lack of emotional damage he’s been experiencing lately.

UPDATE

Tiger’s lawyers block any release of nude pictures or sex vids… which they insist don’t exist. And in the High Court in London.

Now why would they choose there of all places?

Embarrassed by London’s reputation as “a town called sue” and by unusually stinging criticisms in American courts and legislatures, British lawmakers are seriously considering rewriting England’s 19th-century libel laws.

Bolt experiment over


He’s turned comments back on.

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