The Compassion Of The Greens

Any time people die, progressives find a cause for celebration.

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The Chinese city living in fear of giant killer hornets | World news | theguardian.com

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12 Responses to The Compassion Of The Greens

  1. kbray in california says:

    And the ever present blaming global warming as the cause…
    “… and experts blame this year’s scourge on climate change;…”
    What a surprise.

    • Glacierman says:

      Yea, without global warming those hornets did not exist. CO2 has caused millions of years of evolution to occur in just a few years…….either that or those hornets already existed. What a bunch of idiots.

  2. Kaboom says:

    This is probably the same guy who’d pop a bottle of champagne when an orphanage burns down and every child inside with it. The reasons are clear: it was heated with evil fossil fuels, Gaia retaliated for that and as obvious symptoms of overpopulation the kids had it coming.

    • … while further expanding the size of his internet carbon footprint to write about it, likely sitting inside a heavily air-conditioned room, surrounded by the latest in plastic technology, wearing polyester clothes. If these characters were chipping out their rants on rocks while living in caves and wearing animal skins, then I could praise ’em about at least walking the walk on sustainability. Not so much on carbon footprints, though, since they’d be sitting next to a CO2-emitting campfire.

  3. Avery Harden says:

    Seven billion people on the planet, soon to be nine billion. You gotta think we might be messing up something with the thin, fragile biosphere by dumping all this carbon into the air. You not concerned just a little bit?

    • Corals evolved with CO2 20X higher than at present. I’m not concerned in the least.

      • Avery Harden says:

        How do you define evolved here? Even if what you say is true, it’s not, think about a plant with too much fertilizer. It grows spinley and weak, more susceptible to insects and diseases. Roundup herbicide kills, in principle, by being a super fertilizer, quickly growing the plant to death. Point being, you denialist are quite flippant with possible outcomes. I think it is better er on the side of concern. Also Steve, you keep showing inconsistency as to whether you think the earth is cooling or warming. You just seem to want to be contrary without a core belief.

    • Jason Calley says:

      There are plenty of things we humans are doing that merit concern. Ground water depletion and pollution. Agricultural mono-culture and associated dangers of lacking gentic diversity. Inappropriate use of anti-biotics and its role in development of resistant diseases. Land use changes and its increase in soil errosion and run off. Coral destruction from poluttion and inappropriate fishing. Overfishing of the oceans. White nose syndrome in bats, colony collapse disorder (both caused completely or in part by human transmillion of parasites).

      I could go on…

      Saddly, most of those problems will not receive the funding they might require. Why? Because the money is going to subsidize bird choppers and bat killers. The money is paying off politically well connected industrialists. The money is going to pay off scientists who jet set around the world for conferences on CO2.

      • Avery Harden says:

        Basically you’re saying, too many people trying to consume to much stuff. The foundation for all this consumption is how we make energy. Also, the number of birds a windturbine kills is miniscule to what a tall building will kill. Subidities to renewable energy are still far below what the gas and oil industry still gets. Global warming is already killing birds. One way is that spring comes sooner and migrating birds arrive at the same time they always have and their food souce is gone.

    • Sleepalot says:

      “Seven billion people on the planet, soon to be nine billion.”
      How many trees?

  4. Jason Calley says:

    Personally, I welcome the rule of our new Hornet Overlords, and look forward to serving them as a bound serf in their vast new brood hives.

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