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Margaret Atwood, Elizabeth May, Naomi Klein: Climate handmaids fail—to tell the truth

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Perpetuating the massive deception of a planetary climate emergency

It goes without saying that most rational people with a reasonable amount of common sense worry about pollution and want to keep our environment healthy and habitable. So why do the radical environmentalists and the man-made climate change/anthropogenic global warming (AGW) alarmist crowd choose to outright lie about the problems facing us?

The UN’s IPCC, the extreme-green groups, the mainstream media, the UN-dependent scientists, academia, and politicians are all perpetuating the massive deception of the unproven hypothesis of man-made climate change/anthropogenic global warming, and use it as supposed evidence of a cataclysmic global emergency demanding extreme measures and the surrender of our rights, freedoms, and money.

The AGW movement, a quasi-religious, political, ideological one, is supported by many celebrity acolytes who, by virtue of being famous people, garner huge publicity for the cause whenever they parrot the climate change dogma. This high-minded entertainment fodder has ripple effects that are far from trivial. Mindless celebrity regurgitation of the man-made…

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2 Comments on “Margaret Atwood, Elizabeth May, Naomi Klein: Climate handmaids fail—to tell the truth”

  1. imoira September 20, 2014 at 10:34 am #

    A great read that covers a lot of territory. !!!

  2. Claude Lelouch September 22, 2014 at 2:23 am #

    I thought Ms. Atwood was on your side?

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