New York Times Climate Fraud – Called Out By The New York Times

The New York Times claims that last year’s 10.1 million acres of fires was the most on record, even though it was a quiet year outside of Alaska and California.


Wildfires, Once Confined to a Season, Burn Earlier and Longer – The New York Times

Their claim is completely fraudulent. The New York Times reported twice as much burn acreage in 1937. Even worse, the 1937 data probably did not include Alaska, like the 2015 data did.


October 9, 1938 – NYTimes

The US Forest Service reported that five times as many acres burned in the 1930’s


Indicator 3.16: Area and percent of forest affected by abiotic agents

But New York Times fraud gets much worse. When CO2 was at pre-industrial levels, forest burned almost fifteen times as much land in the US.



There is zero evidence that “climate change” is increasing wildfires. We are having our fourth consecutive very quiet fire year here in Colorado. Newspapers like the New York Times lie about climate nearly every day as their standard operating procedure.

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7 Responses to New York Times Climate Fraud – Called Out By The New York Times

  1. Colorado Wellington says:

    The New York Times journalists are sophisticated and erudite people who studied their classics.

    Who is this Neanderthal, sniffed the journalistic elite. On Jan. 29, 1981, barely a week into Ronald Reagan’s presidency, the world got a no-nonsense education on how Reagan’s America would differ from that of his predecessor. During the first press conference, ABC’s Sam Donaldson asked the new president about Moscow’s aims and intentions. Throwing diplomatic double-speak to the wind, Reagan calmly explained that the Soviet leadership had “openly and publicly declared that the only morality they recognize is what will further their cause, meaning they reserve unto themselves the right to commit any crime, to lie, to cheat.”

    Reagan continued, explaining that the Soviets considered their relativistic behavior “moral, not immoral.” This was something that the United States needed to “keep . . . in mind” when doing “business” with Moscow. The assembled Washington press corps responded with what National Security Adviser Richard V. Allen described as “an audible gasp.”

    Reagan’s rejoinder was deemed a crass outrage. The journalistic elite sniffed, Who is this Neanderthal? A Washington Post editorial lamented the “indiscriminate quality of some of the things being said.” This sudden “good-vs.-evil approach risks missing what legitimate opportunity for honorable accommodation there may be.”

    In the ensuing weeks, America’s leading journalists—perplexed, offended—repeatedly pressed the new president for clarification. And so Reagan would clarify, again and again, saying of the Soviet leadership: “They don’t subscribe to our sense of morality. They don’t believe in an afterlife; they don’t believe in a God or a religion. And the only morality they recognize, therefore, is what will advance the cause of socialism.”

    All this was too much for CBS Evening News. CBS’s grand old anchor, Walter Cronkite, got the opportunity to confront Reagan during a March 3 interview. Cronkite told Reagan that the president’s views seemed too “hard line toward the Soviet Union.” He noted that “there are some who . . . feel that you might have overdone the rhetoric a little bit in laying into the Soviet leadership as being liars and thieves, et cetera.”

    Reagan did not back down. He noted that he had merely responded truthfully to a question from a reporter about “Soviet aims.” On that, said Reagan, “I don’t have to offer my opinion. They [the Soviets] have told us where they’re going again and again. They have told us their goal is the Marxian philosophy of world revolution and a single, one-world communist state, and that they’re dedicated to that.” The president harkened back to the Soviet version of morality: “Remember their ideology is without God, without our idea of morality in a religious sense.”

    Cronkite seemed befuddled and bothered. He described Reagan’s words as “name-calling,” and he expressed concern that this would make “it more difficult” to sit down with Leonid Brezhnev and the Soviet leadership.

    Yet Lenin declared in 1920: “We repudiate all morality that proceeds from supernatural ideas that are outside class conceptions. Morality is entirely subordinate to the interests of class war. Everything is moral that is necessary for the annihilation of the old exploiting social order and for uniting the proletariat.”

    Reagan had it right, and he took that insight, and self-assurance, into a two-term presidency where his goal was to win the Cold War and defeat that evil system.
    Alas, there was a golden moment at the end of that first press conference, unseen by the public or cameras. It was shared years later by Richard Allen. When the press conference was finished, Reagan, who recognized the weight of what had happened and was unfazed, called over to Mr. Allen and asked, with a grin: “But Dick, the Soviets do lie and steal and cheat, don’t they?”

    “Yes sir, they do,” Mr. Allen replied. Reagan smiled and said, “I thought so.”

    In January 1981, the world needed a leader who indeed thought so, who dared to say so, and who was willing to do something about it.

  2. Groty says:

    Great work, again, Tony. They could get away with lying like that in the pre-internet days. But honest fact checkers like you use the internet to validate their claims which frequently collapse under scrutiny. It’s a tragedy that while they pretend to hold the powerful accountable (the real goal is changing the culture to advance a political agenda), when people like you prove unequivocally that they got the facts completely wrong, the rest of the media cabal don’t push back. Just amazing.

    Thanks again for what you do.

  3. TA says:

    The New York Times: Presenting Lies as Facts. That’s the sorry state of the Leftwing News Media. You shouldn’t wonder that some people are confused about human-caused global warming, when you see supposedly reputable news organizations blatantly lying to further a poltical agenda.

    The Good News: A lot more people are wising up about the Leftwing News Media and their biased reporting. The MSM’s favorability poll ratings are lower than used car salesmen.

  4. john says:

    One of the last dastardly acts by the owners of the New York Times before they sold the Boston Globe was to slander the Boston Cab company in a four part front page Globe Spotlight series. This was followed shortly thereafter by a raid on the garage by about 30 government agents with machine guns ordering everyone onto the ground as the agents began to cart away boxes of records. And within a short time the much heralded Uber arrived in town. Now there are 30,000 of the ride sharing vehicles around Boston where there used to be 1800 licensed medallion cabs in the city. The media tells us that Uber found a legal loophole around the medallion system. But anyone could have done what Uber is doing a long time ago with the payphones which used to be everywhere if they didn’t feel like spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on medallions……if it was legal. Did Uber find a legal loophole…….or did they just suddenly find lots of friends in the media and the government when they hired Obama’s former campaign manager as a top executive……and the former Boston police commissioner….and the former NYC taxi and limo commissioner. This wealth redistribution program in which the medallion owners are demonized and the medallion wealth redistributed to anyone with a car accompanied by government agents with machine guns has created widespread bankruptcy and unemployment for drivers who cannot stomach the dirty politics and go work for Uber. Benjamin Franklin said in his autobiography that what really caused the American Revolution was when the British outlawed our currency resulting in widespread bankruptcy and unemployment and depression. Franklin had been visiting London and while there he was asked why the Colonies were so prosperous he replied that it was because they had their own currency which the regulated to accommodate their trade and commerce. Shortly thereafter the currency was outlawed. And so while the government bails out Goldman Sachs and friends, Goldman Sachs which is financing Uber pays the many fines incurred by Uber drivers picking up illegal fares in medallion cities. The Bolshevik revolution was financed by Rothschild’s bankers and the revolution carried out by their friends who consisted of about 90 percent of the revolutionaries and the subsequent Bolshevik government at whose hands died hundreds of thousands of clergy and tens of millions Russians. Who were these friends of the Rothschild’s banker? Who own almost all of the media and the banks in this country while constituting only about two percent of the population, about the same percentage that they numbered in Russia before the Bolshevik revolution?
    The old Russian surplus Mosin Nagant rifles are still selling for bargain prices.

  5. john says:

    It was a Rothschild’s banker who posed the question to Franklin.

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