Can there be any doubt that the heretics of Christianity threatened the survival of Europe? Can there be any doubt that the Aztecs needed to make human sacrifices to keep the climate liveable? Can there be any doubt that Hawaiians had to make human sacrifices to stop the volcanoes? Can their be any doubt that the blasphemy of Infidels now threatens all the world? Can there be any doubt that Jews threatened the survival of Germany? Can there be any doubt that Armenians threatened the survival of Turkey?
What would we do without true believers keeping the world on track?
For Peter Vandermeersch, editor-in chief at the traditionally conservative daily NRC Handelsblad in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, there is no debate about climate change.
“Absolutely, that’s a given,” he said. “The conviction has grown that climate change does exist, and that humans play a major role in how it evolves.”
“There’s almost no discussion about it,” agreed Wouter Verschelden, editor-in-chief at the progressive daily De Morgen in Brussels, Belgium. “The nonbelievers have been marginalized, and they aren’t taken seriously anymore. We don’t have to convince our readers anymore of the fact that there is climate change, and that it’s caused by humans.”
The climate changes – whoever could have imagined that? You mean there really were ice ages? You mean that the Anasazi no longer live in Chaco Canyon? You mean the Dust Bowl really happened? You mean that Greenland no longer has lush forests?
What would we do without the true believers of the one true CO2 faith? Man has sinned by producing unsanctioned CO2 – and the wrath of the trace gas gods is now upon us. Unless we repent and make sacrifices of money and feral camels, we will feel the full wrath of climate change.
Same lunatics, different religion.