SMH Calls For Tattooing People Who Tell the Truth About Climate

Ten years ago today …

“Surely it’s time for climate-change deniers to have their opinions forcibly tattooed on their bodies.”

The dangers of bone-headed beliefs

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27 Responses to SMH Calls For Tattooing People Who Tell the Truth About Climate

  1. G W Smith says:

    In a way he’s right: climate does change, and the term “denier” implies that one does not believe that it changes. Which is not what I believe, yet I’m labeled a “denier.” Modern life is so difficult.

  2. Laurie says:

    In 2014, when seeking inspiration for Sunday messages, an ominous phrase kept coming to mind – again and again, ‘resurgent fascism.’

    As my wife says, “There are no good guys.” Who is going to ride in and save the day (for some) this time? But we must stand, unyielding, on the right side of history.

    Thanks for not shying away from sobering truths, Tony.

  3. Paul Jenkinson says:

    Unfortunately,the Greens and Leftist Labor Opposition are still anti-Science and still in “CO2 kills” mode here in Australia. Even the Centre-Right Government has it’s own activist politicians.It is not possible to know whether they believe the alarmist narrative or are finding the best way politically because there are occasional positive steps.A new Gas-fired power station is to be built in an area abundant with the finest quality coal underneath it!!!!!

    • GreyGeek says:

      @Paul Jenkinson wrote
      “A new Gas-fired power station is to be built in an area abundant with the finest quality coal underneath it!!!!!”

      Consider it a blessing! Later on, after deliberately cutting off fossil fuel supplies which result in millions of people starving, then revolting to throw off their arrogant Marxist leaders, they’ll have coal reserves available to rebuild their economy and lifestyle.
      Our “Dear Leaders” have forgotten that farming today is just a way of using land to convert oil into food. That’s how so few can feed so many.

  4. Conrad Ziefle says:

    The problem isn’t science. The problem is religious zeal posing as science. You can take the man out of the medieval world, but you can’t take the medieval superstitions out of the man. When he can’t think scientifically, he’ll always want to settle it by burning at the stake those who refuse to accept his religious beliefs.

    • Vegieman says:

      Your logic is flawed. I don’t know of any climate zealot to have any “religious” belief in or humble acknowledgement of the Creator of all existence. To assign the label of “medieval” to all that hold to what you call superstitions, renders you of the same unbelief. The burnings at the the stake were conducted by those of the same unbelief. Science is the imperfect attempt to find truth by elimination of that which is found false. The flaw in this process lies in the arrogance of “experts” that are too proud to acknowledge their ignorance. The common denominator is NO GOD.

      The only solution to the problem: “If ye continue in my word, then are ye my disciples indeed; And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.”

      • Conrad Ziefle says:

        Your logical flaw is equating religion with the worship of a Creator. Marxists are religious zealots, Gaia worshippers are religious zealots. Nazis are religious zealots. They all just worship something different from a Creator.

        • Vegieman says:

          Correction accepted. If truth is to a lie as light is to darkness as science is to superstition, then I will take the liberty to declare that truth, light and genuine science produce a knowledge that yields an unhindered worship (genuine thankfulness) toward God, the creator of all existence. In contrast, lies, darkness, and superstition produce a delusion that yields a hindering preoccupation with everything but God. In agreement with your listing of zealots, I will also take the liberty to define religious zealotry as the behavior of those attempting to institute their delusions.

    • Klaus says:

      You are exactly right!!

    • GreyGeek says:

      Ya, one sees a lot of “religious zealotry”. Take Richard Dawkins, for example. He’s made a religion out of being anti-God.

      True signs of zealotry are censoring, tattooing, imprisoning or killing those who disagree with the zealots narrative. Consider just who is being censored by the social media, who is advocating tattooing ID marks on unbelievers, who is being imprisoned or being killed because of the opinions they hold which are counter to the narrative.

      The zealots have already had their “kristallnacht”. In fact, they’ve held several in them in several American cities over the last year in which they attacked police, burned cars and buildings, destroyed businesses, shot citizens, occupied the centers of cities for weeks on end and blocking movements of citizens all while their propaganda arm called such activity “mostly peaceful” protests. That same propaganda arm that parroted the Left’s decree that Jan 6th was the “most serious insurrection in our country’s history” (ignoring the 1954 attack by Puerto Rican terrorists (from NY)), yet the capital suffered NO buildings, cars or police equipment being burned, no policemen shot, and almost NO damage was done if one compares the damage done by the Anti-Fa fascists and BLM Marxists to our cities and citizens.

  5. Barry Sheridan says:

    There is a growing sense of evil invading out world today, although I doubt the writer of this article realises what he is saying.

  6. arn says:

    First the climate deniers.
    Now tattoos.

    Wonder when the call for concentr… oops,commies call them gulags,will come?

    Maybe he should ask IBM for help,as they already developed the necessary programms 85 years ago
    (and got compensated after ww2 by US tax payers for their facilities being bombed in germany by the allies)

  7. Margaret Smith says:

    Slightly better than to be put up against the nearest wall and shot, as one American professor suggested.
    All they have to do to end all scepticism is provide the replicable scientific evidence. It’s so easy I wonder why they don’t do that….

  8. Richard says:

    If oil is killing people (humans) why was the world population in 1870 approximately 1.2 billion worldwide now up to 7.7 billion in 2020 today at the beginning of oil usage.
    In 1850 circa the death rate for kids under 5 was 45%+-, now not more than 1% in advanced countries. The average life expectancy was 45 in 1870’s. From 2000BC Egypt the life expectancy was 19, it took 3800 years for the life expectancy to increase 26 years to 1870’s.
    With Oil becoming widespread use from 1900 to 2020 the life expectancy went from 45 to 75 a total of 30 years added in less than 120 years?
    World population in 2000 BC was 310,000,000- life expectancy was 19.
    World population in 1850 AD was 1.2 Billion so 3800 years to increase world population to nearly 1 billion

    NUMBERS dont LIE

  9. ledag says:

    Surely it’s time the have this Glover guy sent to a psychiatric ward for thorough observation, since he seems to be unhinged, and a menace to society.
    As for his stupidity, it doesn’t look like something that can be cured.

    • spren says:

      Glover should have “STUPID” tattooed across his forehead so everyone can be forewarned. What a wimpy little wannabe fascist punk.

  10. Disillusioned says:

    Dangerous Projection, by Richard Glover.

  11. David A Nichols says:

    Talk about bone-headed. Does he not do his research and due diligence or does he just march in lock-step with the dictates of the so-called leaders, no questions asked. There is much more to this non-vaccine than he can imagine such as more deaths following the Covid-19 injection (I won’t call it a vaccine because it isn’t) in five months than over fifteen years of deaths from flu shots.

    • Solar Mutant Ninjaneer says:

      Exactly, David.
      If these vaccines go like the previous attempt at an mRNA “vaccine”, when all of the test animals died within 2 years after eventually exposed to wild coronaviruses, it could get really really ugly.
      How offering incentives like lottery tickets, like being done here in New Mexico, is not a violation of the Nuremburg code, I have no idea. Accordingly, coercing people into participating in an experimental medical experiment is justified because it will save lives. But that is exactly how the Nazis justified their experiments!

      Yesterday I submitted the following to the Albuquerque Journal “Speak up” section. I don’t expect it to be published.
      “Statistically you have a significantly better chance of dying from the Covid-19 vaccine than winning the vaccine lottery. Are you feeling lucky?”

      • spren says:

        Living here in Connecticut, I’ve never seen anything like the full-court press incessantly being applied trying to coerce everyone to take this unproven experimental treatment. That alone only adds to my skepticism and suspicions about this experimental treatment.

        They have doctors from Yale and elsewhere blatantly lying about this. One today claimed that this drug is very safe and has been rigorously and extensively researched. That is a bald-faced lie. My son and my son-in-law have both foolishly taken the jab primarily because of pressure from the colleges where they work – I really wish they hadn’t done so. I’m very concerned about the potential for ADE which is what killed the test animals you referred to. No successful mRNA vaccine has ever existed and these quacks are using the world’s population as test subjects.

  12. Jake Sinclair says:

    Georgia Tech Climatologist Judith Curry Resigns over ‘the CRAZINESS in the field of climate science.’
    She is a prominent critic of the “consensus” that man-made climate change is an impending catastrophe

    A deciding factor was that I no longer know what to say to students and postdocs regarding how to navigate the CRAZINESS in the field of climate science. Research and other professional activities are professionally rewarded only if they are channeled in certain directions approved by a politicized academic establishment — funding, ease of getting your papers published, getting hired in prestigious positions, appointments to prestigious committees and boards, professional recognition, etc.

  13. Jake Sinclair says:

    The famous 97% consensus – Odd that someone who fails to recognize the blatant misrepresentations, flaws, etc in the various 97% consensus studies, somehow grasps the complexity of climate science. Belief in the validity of the 97% consensus goes to the point of this article – How we fool ourselves.

  14. Jake Sinclair says:

    Just one example of how climate data is being #manipulated to keep pushing a false agenda. This time from #downunder. #climatechange #BuildBackBetter #fakenews

  15. Coeur de Lion says:

    I have a three-ton truck and a file of soldiers waiting for Glover when the revolution arrives. Inmates will be numbered with a tattoo.

  16. I see no references to the laws of thermodynamics or of fluid flow. The Stefan Bolzmann law is conspicuous by its absence,. No mention of the hydrostatic equation or Kirchoff’s law. This is an opinion of an ignoramous who lacks the technical skill to derive the governing equations, and understand what they mean. What grade of bigger fool listens to his like? This must be one of the clearest manifestations of the Donning Kruger effect – a complete imbecile declaring those he disagrees with to be ‘boneheads’, on the basis of science he doesn’t understand, and the scare mongering of charlatans.

  17. Archie says:

    I want some of that waterfront property. Maybe next door to the Obama’s. lol

  18. Robert Austin says:

    I will willingly take the “climate denier” tattoo providing that the true believers take the “climate alarmist” tattoo. Being in my 70’s, I may not live to see who is embarrassed by the defacement of their body, but I am confident that it will not be me.

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