Everything you ever wanted to know…

Could this be the. best. link. ever?

Tons of info on AGW, climate change, energy reserves, Al Gore, polar bears and the like.

It’s not porn but it’s pretty darn good. I’m barred up.

This is a job for PETAman!!!


At least 30 hungry bears have trapped a team of geologists in their camp in Russia’s far east.

No mention of what type of bears though… wether cute and cuddly polars or fluffy siberian hamster types..

It follows a fatal bear attack on two workers at the same site last week.

And the 3rd bloke hasnt taken off his running shoes ever since..

Hunters are on their way to the remote site to shoot the bears and free the geologists.

NOW is the time for Ingrid and PETA to spring into action and form a human chain around their ursine comrades. Nekkid if they want to.

Reports say that emergency services officials believe that this year there have been either too many bears or not enough fish, but in any case the food supply has been inadequate for the animals.

My guess is theyve found people without guns slow, easy to catch and quite tasty….

mInd you they seem to get away with crap like this…

Senate Keeps Focus on Polar Bear…

Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) said the Department of Interior has been “foot-dragging” on listing the polar bear as an endangered species and has asked the department’s secretary to appear before the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee.

Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.), ranking member of the committee, however, said, “Unfortunately, the polar bear is simply a pawn in a much bigger game of chess.

“It has become clear that listing the bear as a threatened species is not about protecting the bear but about using the ESA to achieve global warming policy that special interest groups cannot otherwise achieve through the legislative process”

CNS News

Minnesotans for Global Warming: Our Kind of Warmingists!


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Save Gaia; Wear Fur

The Australian’s Janet Albrechtsen travels to Canada, and discovers that according to the Fur Council of Canada’s new ad campaign, fur is now eco-fashion.

Janet explains: “At the weekend, Canada’s National Post reported on an advertising campaign launched at the end of last year by the Fur Council of Canada, which represents 70,000 of the nation’s fur traders. These sassy new ads feature gorgeous women draped in fur, one under the heading “Environmental activist”.

The ads explain that buying a fur coat is the ecologically correct thing to do because fox stoles and mink coats are natural, renewable and sustainable. By contrast, synthetic furs are no more than by-products of the petro-chemical industry. Making a single faux fur coat can chew up 19 litres of petroleum, a non-renewable resource, says the council. Ergo, buying a fur coat is good for the planet.

“Welcome to the brave new world of climate change politics. The Fur Council’s campaign has been so successful that even comedians are sending out the “fur is green” message. Picked up by a Canadian comedy show, a camp-looking guy who resembles Borat in a fur coat gets off some great lines assuring us that a genuine fur coat creates less pollution than synthetic textiles and uses no child labour. “So say auf Wiedersehen to faux fur,” he smiles into the camera. “You wouldn’t wear a barrel of oil, so why would you wear a coat that is made from one?”

“You can find it on YouTube. And if you’re worried about being sprayed with paint by those nasty PETA people, funny fur boy has some advice: “Well, you just turn around and tell them that every spray can produces enough fluorocarbons to drown three polar bears. Who’s the killer now, PETA?” Fur boy’s advice if you want to do something good for the environment: “Kill a small animal and slap it on your noggin.”

UPDATE: 10,000 Free “Carbon Credits” to the first person who finds that YouTube video for me.


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 😉

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