A Peek Inside The Twisted Mind Of Climate Alarmists

They say that the world is falling apart, and that they need to get evil deniers out of the way to save the planet.

Then they find out that the Earth isn’t warming and that the ice caps aren’t melting. One might expect that they would be happy to learn that they won’t be boiled in Exxon oil after all.

Instead, they get angry – because it has nothing to do with “saving the planet” and everything to do with stealing other people’s money and power.


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12 Responses to A Peek Inside The Twisted Mind Of Climate Alarmists

  1. Jeffk says:

    OMG now they’re saying poison ivy is getting worse! Pretty soon it’ll start crawling in our windows at night…
    I thought you would find this interesting:

    Is Poison Ivy Getting Nastier? – http://www.pbs.org/newshour/rundown/2013/08/is-poison-ivy-getting-worse.html

    Shared from Newshour, an iPhone app.

    Sent from my iPhone 5 (sorry for typos).

  2. Andy Oz says:

    The French Arctic boat dragging team are still surviving. Latest news is sub zero temperatures at 76 degrees North and inches of frost on the boat, and hungry polar bears. A few more weeks and the sea will freeze over and these guys will be dragging their boat over sea ice for 2000 km.


  3. margaret berger says:

    I am confused I thought the permanent drought killed off all the poison ivy.

  4. nigelf says:

    They do indeed get mad when their prophesies fail to pass…makes it that much harder to get the rubes to buy into their communist agenda and all.

  5. Disillusioned says:

    Another crisis caused by more CO2: http://www.csiro.au/en/Portals/Media/Deserts-greening-from-rising-CO2.aspx

    The 11% loss of the desert ecosystem over the past three decades is a travesty and a consequence of “carbon pollution” being added to the atmosphere. Every concerned environmentalist knows that the deserts have a specific range of territory, and that more arable land could upset the balance of nature. You just don’t go messin’ with our fragile ecosystem like that.

    Besides, now somebody is going to have to change all those maps. ;-P

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