The news Al Gore should read.
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It’s all gone Pete Tong for alarmists in Denmark as the curse of Brown descends and the inconvenience of climategate refuses to go away. Greenpeace was punk’d, Phelim was unplugged and Al Gore turned into the Gaffeinator. It’s all good clean fun in this, your last round-up of 2009.
FYI, the latest Climategate Round-Up is here, and a Copenhagen Round-Up is here. The winner of the Most Alarming Alarmism by an Alarmist will be announced tomorrow, so if you haven’t voted yet, get to it.
Part One: Al Gore & Friends
Al traveled to Hopenchangen in Copenhagen and made some ‘remarks’. He has a link to his own self on his blog, if you care to listen to him for 42 minutezzzzzzzzzz
Copenhagen was supposed to be the crowning moment for the ecovangelist-in-chief, he even got to hang out with a man who won an election. Instead the world seemed more interested in Al’s gaffes:
- Al said that all the ice would be gone in 5, 10, 15 years (you decide which). Not so much. That even the Times of London called him on it shows how far the mighty propheteer has fallen.
- Al claimed that global warming made insect infestations worse. Not really, says scientists.
- Global warming causes rising tree mortality, says Al. Guess what, not happening either. That three strikes Al, you’re out.
It’s no wonder that Al refuses to debate, even if the people do want to see a cage match between him and Sarah Palin.
Al is much more comfortable ducking hard interviews and hiding behind security thugs rather than face questions about his belligerent denial about the importance of Climategate:
Bonny Prince Chuckles is also in Copenhagen, because the world needs to know what an inbred over-privileged and under-educated horse whisperer thinks about the planet. Or something.
Part Two: AGW Scaremongers
You know why I hate dirty hippies? Because they want the rest of us to stop washing too. It’s called soap, hippies. Use it.
As Copenhagen rolls on, the nastiest of all the activist pop their heads up. The anti-human ‘optimum populationists’ want a China-like one child policy for the whole world. No word yet from idiotarian Diane Francis on which of her two children will be sacrificed for Gaia. Did these folks not learn from Paul Ehrlich’s epic fail?
How can you tell when a Green’s had enough? They drop the pretence at reason and start shouting and swearing. Profanity warning.
Watermelon is a nice descriptor for green activists who are motivated by socialism. Not that the greens are exactly hiding their commie roots.
Britain is doomed, there’s going to be no food and no water soon, so shut up and climb aboard the AGW bus.
Monckton deconstructs a Greenpeace hippies world belief. Excellent fun:
Will of the people, we don’t need no stinkin’ will of the people. Australia’s government was handed an embarrassing defeat over its ETS policy recently, but that can’t stop it. Zombie-ETS rises again.
Joltin’ Joe Romm went nuts when Jon Stewart called ecomentalistism a neo-religion, but Stewart’s not the only one suggesting that notion.
As most of the UK’s press focuses on Climategate, the Independent puts its fingers in its ears and pretends that the world will still buy the crap they peddled pre-CRU leak.
Protests in support of Hopenchangen broke out all over the world. In Toronto, 250 people showed up and Tom giggles.
Read the rest over at The Daily Bayonet!