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A message to our spoilt, self-centered, selfie-obsessed, whining, climate-alarmist brats

(Tuesday blog)

I’m not sure who made this video. It’s clearly from Australia and features a cartoon version of a Sky News Australia TV presenter who has frequently dared question the great Climate Change religious cult.

The video is only about two minutes long – two minutes of absolute delight.

It should be played in every classroom and every university lecture hall in Britain. But it won’t be, because it’s too truthful. And nowadays, who is interested in the truth?

Enjoy!

9 comments to A message to our spoilt, self-centered, selfie-obsessed, whining, climate-alarmist brats

  • dave h

    Many a true word spoken in jest ….. A good find David.

  • Hardcastle

    Unfortunately there are quite a few so called mature and intelligent adults who share the same beliefs and characteristics.

  • loppoman

    I talk about this scam among my friends and family.
    Even producing evidence already shown on this blog has no effect. The BBC, Sky, ITV, etc. surely must be right.

  • A Thorpe

    Tony Heller has a new YouTube video today called The Cure for Climate Alarmism which is worth viewing.
    How can people not see that most recent damage due to weather has been due to wind speeds and rainfall, either in excess or lack of it? The average global temperature tells us absolutely nothing about weather events, today or in 100 years time.
    The flooding is not due to sea level rises, it is due to high rainfall resulting in rivers overflowing. Why aren’t we told about average rainfall, but how would that tell people about the extremes? Extremes do the damage, not the average, and there is damage because we stupidly build on flood plains.
    The sea level rise was not the cause of the Venice flooding. It was caused by a wind driven high tide. But also due to Venice sinking and an incompetent government that has failed to construct the protective barrage. Does anybody known how the sea level rise is determined? Is it the average or the highest tide? Anybody living at the coast sees huge daily variations in sea level because tides but they know they are not a problem. It is storms that create the problems.
    The wildfires are due to lack of rain, but there are fewer than around 100 years ago. Because web put out small fires the dead material builds up and so we have bigger fires when they happen.
    There is no science in any of the above, it is just observing weather events.
    Perhaps banks should inform people that if they have had an average of £100 in their current account for the last year it will mean they will never go into the red again and will always have enough to buy anything they want. Averages of anything are meaningless.

  • William Boreham

    I’ve discovered that 90 percent of the total amount of man made CO2 emissions into the atmosphere since the Industrial Revolution, have occurred during my lifetime. So, according to the Climate Change whacko’s, I should have experienced a huge change in this country’s climatic environment since I was a tiny tot. Not so, the weather today seems much the same as it was when I was dodging bombs and doodle-bugs in London as a schoolboy in the 40’s. Certainly, that wonderful Mediterranean climate we were told to expect, due to global warming, over 20 years ago, has yet to arrive.
    Remember this from the year 2000:
    “Britain’s winter ends tomorrow with further indications of a striking environmental change: snow is starting to disappear from our lives. Sledges, snowmen, snowballs and the excitement of waking to find that the stuff has settled outside are all a rapidly diminishing part of Britain’s culture, as warmer winters – which scientists are attributing to global climate change – produce not only fewer white Christmases, but fewer white Januaries and Februaries.” .According to Dr David Viner, a senior research scientist at the climatic research unit (CRU) of the University of East Anglia ,within a few years winter snowfall will become “a very rare and exciting event”. “Children just aren’t going to know what snow is,” he said.

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  • Roy Hartwell

    I live near Plymouth. Plymouth has many old stone quaysides which have been in place for many decades (centuries!). Clearly visible on these stone quaysides is the current high-water mark (a dark stain which indicates the limit of the tidal range). There are many photographs of these old quaysides going back many decades showing clearly the high-tide mark.
    There is NO discernible difference between the mark seen in the 1900’s and the marks seen now as measured against the unchanging stone courses of the quay. QED.

  • loppoman

    Roy, my local beach has not disappeared over the last 70 years.
    The tide comes and goes but the beach is still there. What a surprise!

  • Landloper

    Most entertaining – thanks for posting.

  • A. F. Fanculo

    Much enjoyed, thanks

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