Friday, June 24, 2011

"Climate Change" Madness Skewered by Brit James Delingpole

James Delingpole is living proof that intelligence survives in the liberal hell-hole that was once Great Britain.  Writing for the U.K. Telegraph, he concludes that U.S. liberals "really are the dumbest creatures on the planet."  One of the major reasons for his conclusion is the left's irrational and unfounded belief in man-made "climate change."  (They used to refer to man-made "global warming," but since the earth is now in a cooling phase, changed the term to the less embarrassing "global climate change.")

Liberal environmentalists, the green mafia, insist that global "climate change" is occurring in such a way as to bring disaster to planet Earth.  They are unable to logically prove their claims, referring to anecdotal (and normal) events such as tornadoes and melting icebergs and polar bears wearing sunglasses and buying sunscreen.  We are supposed to believe their wild claims on faith, and in spite of our own observations that the weather is pretty much what it always has been.  Liberals, however, mimic Groucho Marx in asking, "Are you going to believe me or your lying eyes?"

However, you must believe what "climate scientists" say is true, or you are labeled as "anti-science."  We are not anti-science so much as we are anti non-objective, leftist scientists with political agendas seeking lucrative government grants.  Or as James Delingpole says:
[The Right] bases its scientific views on old fashioned virtues like rationalism, empiricism and open-minded, honest research rather than junk science dogma.

Read all of his sage comments here.

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