Why Do They Prey On The Young?

Young people are easy targets for predators.

The are a captive audience in schools, where they can be forced to watch blatantly false propaganda like Al Gore’s movie.


Young people also have no memory of climate or weather, and can be convinced that the world never used to have floods, droughts, hurricanes, tornadoes, heat or cold. They trust their teachers and other adults.

The Soviet Union kept control of their population by making sure that the schools presented only the party line. Just like the current US and UK school systems.

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9 Responses to Why Do They Prey On The Young?

  1. spepper says:

    Somehow the climate alarmism should be declared a religion, perhaps by a court ruling– if we can get that precedent established, then start suing the government to ban the “religion” from government school property……..

  2. Dave says:

    OT but I have become more aware of charts and their start dates, in light of natural 60-year weather cycles. The high points in 1953, 1957, 1965, 1974 caught my eye. Does the chart imply we might have just finished a 30-year cycle of increasing numbers followed by a 30-year cycle of decreasing numbers? I do not recall any predictions in this area (tornados) for the next 30-years of cooling (PDO). Is this an alarmist observation?

  3. Snapple says:

    You are the one who is spreading the Kremlin propaganda, not US scientists or the schools. The Russian government and energy companies sponsor denialist propaganda. This is not exactly a secret if you read the Russian media.

    For example, last winter President Medvedev claimed that global warming was some “some kind of tricky campaign made up by some commercial structures to promote their business projects.”

  4. Chris S. says:

    Do you have a source for the data in your graph? The link you provide gives no source and the link in their comment 16 leads on to this page http://www.moonbattery.com/archives/2007/10/despite_goracle.html discussing tropical storm activity with an ‘interesting’ animation.

    In fact the page you link to gives no sources for any of their graphs.

  5. Jerky says:

    What is a ‘severe tornado’ and where is this data from? Tornado statistics are kept based upon F or EF scales, no one with any meteorological knowledge classifies them as ‘severe’ or ‘non-severe’. I think you made this graph up. Here’s is some actual data, unlike this ridiculous blog:

    Click to access tor30yrs.pdf

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