We have been told for decades that Tuvalu is drowning due to CO2 emissions, and that anyone who doesn’t go along with the global warming scam is a hateful racist.
The BBC had a documentary detailing the doomed state of affairs in Tuvalu.
The prime minister of Tuvalu told the UN that CO2 emissions were “terrorism.”
Prime Minister Saufatu Sapo’aga told the United Nations last year that the global-warming threat is no different from “a slow and insidious form of terrorism against us.” Independent scientists also offer a grim forecast.
Throughout all this mindless hysteria from fake scientists, fake journalists and fake politicians, Tuvalu has actually been growing.
The key to understanding this can be found in the 2004 Smithsonian article. The Tuvalu story (like everything else with global warming) has always been about left wing politics and money, not science.
But not all scientists agree that Tuvalu’s future is underwater. Some critics have branded island leaders as opportunists angling for foreign handouts and special recognition for would-be “environmental refugees” who, they say, are exploiting the crisis to gain entry to New Zealand and Australia. Others have even said that people and organizations sympathetic to Tuvalu are “eco-imperialists” intent on imposing their alarmist environmental views on the rest of the world.
And of course the same fake story in the Maldives, which were supposed to be underwater by 2018.