An Almost Bulletproof Strategy

Some skeptics thought they were winning the debate because temperatures aren’t rising, sea level rates haven’t changed and severe weather isn’t increasing. But that isn’t how the game works.

By rewriting history and dumbing down the population, alarmists have the public convinced that every weather event is unprecedented and due to global warming. A government and press corpse willing to lie and cheat, can get the public to go along with almost anything – no matter how evil or baseless.

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15 Responses to An Almost Bulletproof Strategy

  1. gator69 says:

    “If the facts don’t fit the theory, change the facts”
    Albert Einstein.

  2. kbray in california says:

    It’s systemic revenge directed at those damn white people neanderthals who invented almost everything making a better and modern life that the entire world clamors to acquire.

  3. tckev says:

    …Over in England, through the 18th and early 19th Centuries, capitalism was roaring ahead, liberating and transforming British society. But in Germany, development had been arrested…” “…towns were either transformed into, or newly founded as, princely residences, centres of government and administration rather than trade and industry … self-confident burghers became dependent bureaucrats; habits of obedience and servility were stressed, for subjects rather than citizens. Many observers have seen these developments as having long-term political implications for German political culture.’”
    It was a bureaucratic, administrative class which identified with its feudal masters and…embraced the notion of a society based on status rather than free market forces….
    ‘The Jews were identified with modern industrial society’, they were ‘weaving a net of business and trade’ around innocent Germans, and they were essentially un-green: ‘the rootlessness of the Jew was contrasted with the rootedness of the Volk.’ So, ‘to oppose the Jews meant to struggle against the champions of the materialistic world view as well as the evils of modern society.’
    We must make the point here that Volkish and Nazi (National Socialist) hatred of Jewish people was not religious. The Volkists and Nazis hated Christianity, at times almost as much as they despised Judaism, and they tried to establish a State pagan religion to replace it…No, the Jews were hated because they were visibly non-rural and capitalistic, and in particular they were pre-eminent in the world of finance (the greens have always hated bankers). That abused group of people had been punished once, and now they would be punished again.

    Does it sound familiar?

  4. Nope, always knew facts were not the issue here. CAGW will fade away but very very slowly…

  5. Again, climate change is caused by poor memory, apathy and gullibility. Fix those and the problems will disappear.

  6. NikFromNYC says:

    Retro vulture brat single female catty culture: dumb chicks who can’t get hitched demand abortions but Mitt dissed instead of kissed. Single women in their adult years are seething with envy. Hitler was the first Elvis.

    • gator69 says:

      “Hitler was the first Elvis.”

      That would bring a whole new set of lyrics to “In the Ghetto”.

      The birthrate amongst single women is now at @ 40%, and rising, in 1950 it was 2-3%. This is not going to be sustainable, a real tipping point is coming, if it is not already here.

    • RobertvdL says:

      And Obamba is the next one “In the Ghetto”, the FEMA Ghetto

  7. Gogs says:

    “government and press corpse” I love it!

  8. Rick K says:

    Steve, please just keep on doing your great work and telling the truth!
    This post reminded me of a quote that certainly applies here:

    “Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities.”

  9. Dave G says:

    that’s me in the front row, in the middle, we had a local meeting trying to figure out why wind & solar haven’t worked out so well in the last couple years even though the experts said it would work

  10. Ivan says:

    Already we’re hearing on the “news” that the strorm in the Philipines is the “worst ever.”
    However …
    “On the night of the 22nd to the 23rd of October, 1831, Manila was visited by one of the most horrible baguios ever known in Philipine History. Frigates and brigs wgich were carried along by the typhoon then raging over the bay, either ran aground or dashed to pieces on the sea walls. The material damage was considerable, amounting to more than a million pesos. Between Cavite and Tondo alone, about 150 persons were found drowned. Official statistics give 33357 as the number of houses destroyed by the typhoon in Tondo, Bulacan, Bataan, Cavite and Laguna. To aid the typhoon sufferers, a national subscription was opened and funds raised regardless of regional demarcations or racial differences. The maps of Piddington show three typhoons in October, 1831. One of these passed Calapan, Mindoro, and headed for the sand-banks of Macclesfield in the Paracels. The third crossed the Batan Islands.”

    • Ivan says:

      …and a contemporary account:
      “A letter from Manilla mentions the particulars of a dreadful hurricane on the night of the 22d and 23d October, which began at 11 o’clock at night, blowing W. N. W. and shifting gradually round to N., N. N. E., and E., where it ceased about 4 o’clock in the morning. The return of the number of dead bodies on the first day was upward of 400. The loss of country vessels, lighters, &c has also been very great. Two one hundred pound bomb-mortars were removed thirty yards by the fury of the winds, and most of the cannons on the city-walls were blown away from the carriages, and one of the fort gates blown to pieces. H. M. S. Crocodile lost a foretop-mast, and drove about 5 milles without further damage.”
      ~8 June 1832

  11. NBC was wailing about the extra warm temperatures yesterday. It’s 70 degrees in December. Yes, and it was 72 degrees in Iowa in February in the middle 1970’s when I was in college. It’s just idiotic how these people behave. How can people so stupid rise to positions of power? Smart people, we have FAILED.

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