Hiding Evil Behind Cute Pictures Of Polar Bear Cubs

Progressives have pushing the global warming scam for decades, with the goal of convincing people :

  1. The oil companies who make our lives good – are evil
  2. The charlatans who want to take away our money, freedom and low cost energy – are good

We need to stop playing along with this scam. There is no science behind it , and the people who are pushing it want to hurt you and your family.

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26 Responses to Hiding Evil Behind Cute Pictures Of Polar Bear Cubs

  1. Latitude says:

    Amen…..what drives me crazy is all the people on the “skeptic” blogs that debate and discuss someone’s science……as if that science was not based on faked data

  2. Send Al to the Pole says:

    ….and I think there is an additional angle to the “evil oil” meme.

    Canada Free Press did a story on a protest over a pipeline vote in their government.
    The reporter went to the site and asked protesters who they are and where they’re from. Turns out they were from Europe. He asks them why they opposed the pipeline legislation, they said because: “Oil Evil, Pipeline Evil”. He asked them if they knew the pipeline in question had been pumping oil for decades. They said: “wha?”
    He then said the proposed legislation was only to authorize the pumping out oil OUT of the country instead of INTO it. The legislation would allow Canada to export instead of only paying someone else to import oil …. like maybe the middle east? Can’t find it right now.

    Just as Patrick Moore says, the environmental movement ceased LONG AGO to be about the environment. It’s about industrial sabotage and criminal manipulation and suppression of western resources and development. Our country is being shut down by this criminal cabal.

  3. Don says:

    Check out the 3/24/14 post by Dr. Susan Crockford at http://polarbearscience.com The basis for polar bears being listed as “threatened” in the U.S. was invalid. And, the post from last year, “Ten good reasons not to worry about polar bears,” should be read by every grade school student in the world.

    • Gail Combs says:

      That is just about as likely as US school children reading The Great Thanksgiving Hoax

      • jdseanjd says:

        Thank you Gail Combs. I lived & worked under a form of socialism for 10 years, & know from first hand that it does not work.

        I’d never heard this history. Truly, history is written by the winners, & who’s winning so far? Yes, the 1%s, & their commie? dupes?
        I sense a shift in the wind, however.

        If Marx had known this, he surely would not have wasted 20 years hammering out his theories, which have paralysed half the world, enriched & empowered only the ruthless hypocrites, & directly caused hundreds of millions of deaths.

        Most interestingly, Marx never supported himself during those 20 years, he & his family lived out of the pocket of his devotee, Engels.

        Passing strange, mankind.

      • gator69 says:

        Hey Gail! I love sharing that story with our leftist overlords. And I give thanks that God always punishes communism. 😉

  4. omanuel says:

    Humans are clever, manipulative and self-centered. Escape from the illusion of being at the center of the universe – a natural consequence of having sense organs pointed outward and sending information inward – is the goal of life.

    Debates, arguments, disagreements tend to be endless and useless with each side focused on the clever, manipulative, self-serving features of the opponent.

    “He who conquers others is strong; he who conquers himself is mighty.” – Lao-tsu

  5. gator69 says:

    Another dose of antidote that needs to go viral. 😉

    • -=NikFromNYC=- says:

      All impact is lost on those demographics you might convince (the young, urban professionals, academics, scientists) when it ends with Christian bible thumping. That’s the folly of conservatism. They are outnumbered by rational thinkers who merely don’t yet comprehend how every official scientific body in the entire world claims that skepticism of supercomputer models of climate is akin to creationism. So conservatives push creationism and stem cell funding bans, and lose elections.

      • I’m pretty sure that New York is voting Democratic regardless

      • gator69 says:

        Hey Nik! It’s not always about you. 😉

      • Chip Bennett says:

        Republicans don’t push stem cell funding bans. Republicans oppose publicly funded embryonic stem cell research, which requires the destruction of a human embryo (i.e. the death of a human), and has yet to produce even a single treatment or cure.

        Republicans fully support research in differentiated (i.e. so-called adult) stem cells, which can be harvested from humans without killing them, and which have led to hundreds of treatments and cures.

        No Bible thumping required.

        • Ernest Bush says:

          Conservatives are outnumbered by slaves to the state on plantations called ghettos and “inner cities” whose votes have been bought by entitlements. Republlicans lose when they run candidates who can’t be differentiated from the Democrats. I am a libertarian who is through voting for the likes of John McCain in my home state. He and others like him in congress are the problem, not the solution.

        • Gail Combs says:

          George Bernard Shaw said:

          “A government that robs Peter to pay Paul can always depend on the support of Paul.”

          Too bad Paul never read the rest of Shaw’s ideas. (See The Real George Bernard Shaw )

  6. Ragtag Media says:

    One 42-gallon barrel of oil creates 19.4 gallons of gasoline. The rest (over half) is used to make things like:

    Solvents
    Diesel fuel
    Motor Oil
    Bearing Grease
    Ink
    Floor Wax
    Ballpoint Pens
    Football Cleats
    Upholstery
    Sweaters
    Boats
    Insecticides
    Bicycle Tires
    Sports Car Bodies
    Nail Polish
    Fishing lures
    Dresses
    Tires
    Golf Bags
    Perfumes
    Cassettes
    Dishwasher parts
    Tool Boxes
    Shoe Polish
    Motorcycle Helmet
    Caulking
    Petroleum Jelly
    Transparent Tape
    CD Player
    Faucet Washers
    Antiseptics
    Clothesline
    Curtains
    Food Preservatives
    Basketballs
    Soap
    Vitamin Capsules
    Antihistamines
    Purses
    Shoes
    Dashboards
    Cortisone
    Deodorant
    Footballs
    Putty
    Dyes
    Panty Hose
    Refrigerant
    Percolators
    Life Jackets
    Rubbing Alcohol
    Linings
    Skis
    TV Cabinets
    Shag Rugs
    Electrician’s Tape
    Tool Racks
    Car Battery Cases
    Epoxy
    Paint
    Mops
    Slacks
    Insect Repellent
    Oil Filters
    Umbrellas
    Yarn
    Fertilizers
    Hair Coloring
    Roofing
    Toilet Seats
    Fishing Rods
    Lipstick
    Denture Adhesive
    Linoleum
    Ice Cube Trays
    Synthetic Rubber
    Speakers
    Plastic Wood
    Electric Blankets
    Glycerin
    Tennis Rackets
    Rubber Cement
    Fishing Boots
    Dice
    Nylon Rope
    Candles
    Trash Bags
    House Paint
    Water Pipes
    Hand Lotion
    Roller Skates
    Surf Boards
    Shampoo
    Wheels
    Paint Rollers
    Shower Curtains
    Guitar Strings
    Luggage
    Aspirin
    Safety Glasses
    Antifreeze
    Football Helmets
    Awnings
    Eyeglasses
    Clothes
    Toothbrushes
    Ice Chests
    Footballs
    Combs
    CD’s & DVD’s
    Paint Brushes
    Detergents
    Vaporizers
    Balloons
    Sun Glasses
    Tents
    Heart Valves
    Crayons
    Parachutes
    Telephones
    Enamel
    Pillows
    Dishes
    Cameras
    Anesthetics
    Artificial Turf
    Artificial limbs
    Bandages
    Dentures
    Model Cars
    Folding Doors
    Hair Curlers
    Cold cream
    Movie film
    Soft Contact lenses
    Drinking Cups
    Fan Belts
    Car Enamel
    Shaving Cream
    Ammonia
    Refrigerators
    Golf Balls
    Toothpaste
    Gasoline

    Americans consume petroleum products at a rate of three-and-a-half gallons of oil and more than
    250 cubic feet of natural gas per day each! But, as shown here petroleum is not just used for fuel.

  7. Andy Oz says:

    It’s help a moron day. Turn your lights on.
    http://jcnn.com.au/spotlight/lights-out-for-the-reef/

  8. David, UK says:

    A bit OT, but: Being British I hadn’t heard of the American economist and libertarian philosopher Milton Friedman until I stumbled across him on the internet. His talks are a great antidote to the current Green Marxist bullshit we’re subjected to these days. Check out his “Free to Choose” series on YouTube. From 1979 but more relevant today than ever.

    • jdseanjd says:

      Milton Friedman believed the Fed caused the Great Depression of the 30s by increasing the money supply by 62% in the years previous, inducing a mood of euphoria: “This can go on forever”, then abruptly, by calling in dealers ‘short money’, inducing the crash.
      The money supply was reduced by 27% thereafter, to stifle progress.
      The banksters had become concerned during the “Roaring 20s” that people were financing themselves out of the profits of their enterprise, & thereby becoming less dependent on bank financed debt.
      Try: http://www.themoneymasters.com

      Google or youtube : Bill Still Money Masters
      A 3.5 hr epic history of money & the Fed in particular. & his 2 hr Wizard of OZ

      Bill’s thesis is that the quantity of money in circulation is crucial, more important than the physical form of that money. Tally sticks were once used as money, shells & feathers have been used. Whatever is used must be perceived to have value.
      Gold is where value is perceived today, which is why the Fed is refusing to let Germany have its Gold back. The Banksters know that after the next & planned crash, the $US will have toilet paper value. They’re printing $85billion per month to keep the financial musical chairs game going, & rescue the mad gamblers of Wall St.

      Look into Karen Hudes, World Bank ex Chief Legal Counsel & Whistleblower:
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4hgA9j-4dB0
      Oct 2013, 24 mins.
      OR, Youtube & put in ‘Dollar valueless, about to crash’ – World Bank whistleblower

      Is this lady the real deal, or is she full of it?
      Beats me.
      JD.

      • Gail Combs says:

        You might want to read this paper py a couple of physicists. The Network of Global Corporate Control

        ABSTRACT
        The structure of the control network of transnational corporations affects global market competition and financial stability… We present the first investigation of the architecture of the international ownership network, along with the computation of the control held by each global player. We find that transnational corporations form a giant bow-tie structure and that a large portion of control flows to a small tightly-knit core of financial institutions. This core can be seen as an economic “super-entity” that raises new important issues both for researchers and policy makers.

        Introduction
        A common intuition among scholars and in the media sees the global economy as being dominated by a handful of powerful transnational corporations (TNCs). However, this has not been confirmed or rejected with explicit numbers….

        ….In principle, one could expect inequality of control to be comparable to inequality of income across households and firms, since shares of most corporations are publicly accessible in stock markets. In contrast, we find that only 737 top holders accumulate 80% of the control over the value of all TNCs (see also the list of the top 50 holders in Table S1 of Appendix S1)…. This means that network control is much more unequally distributed than wealth. In particular, the top ranked actors hold a control ten times bigger than what could be expected based on their wealth…

        In detail, nearly 4/10 of the control over the economic value of TNCs in the world is held, via a complicated web of ownership relations, by a group of 147 TNCs in the core, which has almost full control over itself. The top holders within the core can thus be thought of as an economic “super-entity” in the global network of corporations. A relevant additional fact at this point is that of the core are financial intermediaries. Figure 2 D shows a small subset of well-known financial players and their links, providing an idea of the level of entanglement of the entire core.

        Here is figure 2D: http://www.plosone.org/article/fetchObject.action?uri=info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0025995.g002&representation=PNG_M

        If you zoom to 200% you can read the names:
        In the Middle:
        AXA
        Merrill Lynch
        Barclays PLC
        JPMorgan Chase & Co

        Around the edge:
        Prudential Financial
        Morgan Stanley
        CitiGroup
        Bank of America
        State Street Corp
        Goldman Sachs
        Bear Stearns
        Lehman Brothers
        T.Rowe Price
        UBS AG
        Deutsche Bank AG
        Credit uisse
        Commerzbank AG
        Franklin Resources

  9. jdseanjd says:

    Thank you, Gail.
    I see from the replies to this article that Karen Hudes is firing off letters to all the people she quotes.
    Trouble is Obarmy is firing off drones, & the Banksters are firing billions of $ of QE at the heart of our financial system.
    Guess we’ll soon see if the pen is mightier than the sword.
    We live in interesting times.
    Regards,
    JD.

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