… 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.
How else could one describe the thuggery Monckton endured today?
It’s been a while… FYYSFLT
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…
‘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.