Send Guilt – Make €130 Billion


Their logo looks very familiar.

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22 Responses to Send Guilt – Make €130 Billion

  1. Gator says:

    Global warming threatens their existence?

    I wonder. Are humans more susceptible to starvation, or milder winters? I wonder how much time they would have if there was no food.

    This is the dumbest generation. Thank God I’m not part of it.

  2. D Boss says:

    Definitely a watermelon! (green on the outside, red inside) Yes it does look like the hammer and sickle. What was that term the Soviets coined? Useful Idiots!

    Those who initiated this whole alarmist movement had evil intent, and then convinced an army of useful idiots to implement it.

    Well meaning, generally good people who are easily swayed by emotional and “community” concepts – are harnessed by this blatant brainwashing technique forming the army.

    And the best way to perpetrate a big lie, is you must include some truth, as folks do have a rudimentary radar for lies. So you sprinkle some actual truth and facts amongst your lies, and they tend to buy into it.

    Then you also harness the catastrophe archetypal fear, plus the desire to help the planet and community. And then add in a “sense” of belonging to some worthwhile ’cause’ – and bang you have it, a bona fide cult based on lies.

    We can’t fight the evil intent at the origin, but we can deprogram the warriors.

    No small task… Keep up the good work Tony!

  3. Cam says:

    Central Greenland currently around 10c below normal. Why no panic?

    • Gummans Gubbe says:

      Also, the vikings that named that island did not do it out of spite. But they starved to death when the climate got colder, 800 years ago.

      And now it is getting colder? Who is next to starve to death? What happens? Thanks to Dr. Ball maybe taxpayer money will be directed at the real problems.

  4. paul courtney says:

    Dear Mr. Heller: We don’t have time for your logo-comparison shenanigans! We here at WDHT are working together to SHUT YOU UP! If you don’t stop not-working-together, we will put you in a re-education camp.

    Boy, does that logo look familiar.

    • spike55 says:

      What’s it meant to be ?

      Looks like they let a child loose on its design.. !

    • Ken says:

      Only true idiots believe manufactured data and politically motivated (by the IPCC) propaganda. It’s obviously working because you are all in fear about the climate, except it’s all meaningless because it’s fake. WTFU.

    • Jimmy Haigh says:

      They probably thought they were being subliminal with it.

  5. MGJ says:

    Rejoice! The entrepreneurial spirit is still alive – albeit in somewhat modified form – the American Dream can be yours. Just start a website aimed at stupid people and get rich.

  6. Gamecock says:

    Where have I heard this before?

    Oh, yeah. We Don’t Have Time wants you to clap for Tinkerbell.

  7. Dan Pangburn says:

    Humanity added to natural warming, but from increased water vapor, not CO2. Blinded by a misguided focus on the increase in CO2, ‘climate science’ has apparently failed to notice that in the period 1988-2002 water vapor molecules increased more than 5 times as fast as CO2 molecules and about twice as fast as calculated from the average global temperature increase. Since 1900 WV molecules increased approximately 3.6 times as fast as CO2 molecules. According to Spectracalc/Hitran, at zero altitude there are about 24 H2O molecules for each CO2 molecule and each H2O molecule is about 5 times as effective at absorb/emit of thermal (LWIR) radiation emitted from earth surface as a CO2 molecule.

    The good news:
    1. WV increase is self-limiting so no catastrophe from warming.
    2. The increasing water vapor is delaying the average global temperature decline expected by many as a result of the quiet sun and declining net of ocean surface temperature cycles.
    3. CO2 increase has increased plant growth (i.e. food) by at least 15%.

  8. Ken says:

    CO2 is not a driver of temperature, not even close. We need much higher levels for a greener healthier planet.

  9. Dave N says:

    The phrase: “We Don’t Have Time” is a total marketing failure. If we don’t have time, nothing we do will matter anyway.


    • Gator says:

      I don’t have time for idiots.

    • Tel says:

      Nuclear power stations could be built with existing technology, and very quickly reduce CO2 output without electricity shortages.

      If CO2 was genuinely important, the whole thing could be sorted out in less than 10 years. Thing is, the 2030 supposed deadline is only a stupid UN imposed target, it means nothing … and all the important people know that. They don’t want nuclear power for political reasons.

      • Mark Luhman says:

        If we go to nuclear power there would be no need for a carbon tax were the profit(theft) in that.

        • Tel says:

          Ahhh I understand now: “Time is Money” as the saying goes.

          When they say, “We Don’t Have Time” what they actually mean is “We Want Your Money”! Got it … thanks … everything makes sense at last.

  10. Frank Snyder says:

    Excellent ?

  11. rah says:

    They just keep ramping up the hype! Doesn’t bother me because I suspect it will be an albatross around the neck of the leftists at some point. Let us see how it goes in Oz, GB, and DE over the next couple years. Green energy means less green for the commoner. Lots less. The real impacts of what has been done and what is being done is really just now just starting to be felt by the people there and will only get worse.

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