Censored At Huffington Post

I wrote a polite response to this idiotic article, pointing out that there are no large fires in Colorado, that we had record snowpack last winter (2011) , that the Colorado Springs Fire Chief  said Waldo Canyon was a disaster waiting to happen, as well as a few other problems with the author’s claims. It was censored about a minute later.

This is What the Beginning of the End of the Planet Feels Like
Posted: 07/19/2012 7:12 am

This summer 34,500 people were forced to evacuate their homes in my home state of Colorado. I watched as a dozen wildfires raged through the state with some contained in days or weeks, while others are still not extinguished.

[blah blah blah blah take your meds, moron]

Dion Rabouin: This is What the Beginning of the End of the Planet Feels Like

Huffington Post used to be the one alarmist site where I could post. The Borg is very afraid of disruptive thoughts.


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17 Responses to Censored At Huffington Post

  1. suyts says:

    Lol, yeh, I’ve been through 5 different user ID’s over there. They seem to take offense when you directly address the author of the article.

  2. ozspeaksup says:

    you expected that surely?
    puff ho is like the rest, gets its funds from the agw camp.let no truth get in the way of a alarmist headline

  3. AndyW says:

    Well they should not have done that. Disagree with people censoring posts they do not agree with if they are done in a manner that is acceptable which yours surely was.


  4. Ockham says:

    I’ve had purely polite, factual comments censored at HP. It’s not always that way, but happens often enough. Typically, they will allow poorly constructed comments from skeptics, so that the swarms of full time climate trolls can have a field day. If I link to anything from here, it’s almost a certain that my comment won’t see the light of day. In that regard, I wish Steve would link to original sources more often for his graphs that he didn’t construct himself.

  5. John B., M.D. says:

    Steve – You aren’t part of their Borg Collective.

  6. Your comment seems to have been reinstated.

  7. This is What the End of Scientific Integrity & Constitutional Government Looks Like . . .

    Sixty-seven years (2012-1945 = 67 yrs) later. Here’s the rest of the story:

    http://omanuel.wordpress.com/, . . . http://omanuel.wordpress.com/about/#comment-284

  8. Andy DC says:

    Put out phony rigged adjusted data, then censor anyone who questions it. It is more like 1984 than anyone can imagine.

  9. PaddikJ says:

    OMG, I went over to Huff & Puff, thinking I might get a comment through, but when I quickly read the article it was like . . . where do I start? I got tired just thinking about it; it was a compendium of every silly warmist trope of the last 30 years slathered with apocalyptic drool. The poor dimrod even trotted out the thoroughly trashed 97% study.

    But not to worry – he was thoroughly lambasted in the comments section, with only one alarmist daring to poke his head out of his foxhole to make a few lame, easily repudiated commments.

    And Steve’s comment was there. Nice! Short, polite, and to the point (or was it edited?).

  10. gofer says:

    They keep preaching getting off fossil fuels and they said if the U.S. was a leader in cap and trade,the rest of the world would follow. Would anybody listen to a anti-smoking rant, while the person is puffing away. That’s exactly what they are doing, they need to get off fossil fuels and lead the way. Just think, if all the enviros would live like they talk, then millions of barrels of oil would be saved and many would actually think they are serious about the threats. . Al Gore’s electric bill would actually look like mine.

    Things are really bad when the comments at HuffPo are becoming antagonistic to AGW. The scheme is dying from sheer boredom.

  11. philjourdan says:

    I applaud those of you willing to suffer the bigotry of sites like HuffPo. I refuse to. I know that real news can be found elsewhere, and ignorant rantings can be found everywhere. So I do not patronize them.

    I just “do not go there anyway”.

  12. Traitor In Chief says:

    I posted a comment, and got a threatening email saying they would shut off my AOL email account for similar comments. I think the worst thing I said was that Gore is a fraud.

  13. Don says:

    the worst thing about an internet news agency like the huffington post censoring opinions they do not like and posting only those they like is they are portraying their ideas as the only opinions of the people. Sad that news media’s like the huffington post try to control public opinion this way.

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