A Year Of Ineffective Climate Madness Looms

Posted: December 28, 2019 by oldbrew in alarmism, climate, opinion, Politics

Climate obsessives risk drowning in their own fanaticism and absurdity, while the rest of us look on in bemusement at their pointless antics.

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The year 2019 saw the rapid rise of climate hysteria, but as the saying goes: “You ain’t seen nuthin’ yet.” Now that the hysteria is firmly established and well organized, it is sure to get bigger and louder. But I see very little coming from it except the noise, as long as skeptics keep up the good fight.

This is especially true in the U.S. Presidential race, which is climate policy-wise by far the biggest thing going on in the world. Many of the Democrat candidates are going to try to ride the hysterical wave to victory. Their winning is not likely.

My take is the further left you go the fewer votes you get, and these folks are going far left on climate. In my view the only viable candidate in the pack is Biden and he may not be crazy enough to get…

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  2. oldbrew says:

    Some of the protesters haven’t worked out what the real climate game is yet.

  3. ivan says:

    Actually oldbrew I don’t think the money is flushed down the drain but it definitely is slid into the pockets of those having fun at the moment at Davos though they will never thank the people of the west for it.

  4. oldbrew says:

    Subsidies and constraint payments have to be paid for by somebody.
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    Awkward: BBC Crew Flew to Interview Climate Brat Greta Thunberg
    Eric Worrall / 4 hours ago December 28, 2019

    The BBC has admitted their embarrassment at having to fly a reporter to see climate brat Greta Thunberg, because they didn’t have time to travel by boat or train.

    Yes, but that’s the main selling point of flying – it’s a lot quicker 😂

  5. oldbrew says:

    MarketWatch: Electric Cars and Vegetarianism ‘Pointless Virtue Signaling’ Against Climate Change
    29 Dec 2019

    Efforts to rein in global warming by eating less meat, driving electric cars, or subsidizing solar energy are completely ineffective, writes a professor at the Copenhagen Business School, and constitute nothing other than “pointless virtue signaling.”

    “It is absurd for middle-class citizens in advanced economies to tell themselves that eating less steak or commuting in a Toyota TM-0.18% Prius will rein in rising temperatures,” states Bjørn Lomborg, the director of the Copenhagen Consensus Center and author of The Skeptical Environmentalist.

    “Although I am a vegetarian and don’t own a car, I believe we need to be honest about what such choices can achieve,” Lomborg declares in an essay this week riddled with damning facts about how ridiculously little impact such efforts have.

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    But alarmists will keep on promoting mickey mouse climate ‘solutions’ come what may.

  6. Graeme No.3 says:

    I doubt that the hysterics can keep their scare going until the Glasgow conference, not that they won’t try, but because many politicians will be confronted by the public backlash and start dropping off the climate bandwagon.
    And once you start questioning the scam the faster the collapse in belief.

  7. oldbrew says:

    Ben Pile says the same thing:

    Environmental alarmism is now understood to have damaged young people’s sense of the future. Politicians, of course, will be the last to understand any of this. And for that reason, another year of peak green bullshit is probably ahead of us.


  8. oldbrew says:

    The BBC, Bob Ward and the climate catastrophists’ attack on dissent

    The BBC now has a rule that if by some oversight a lukewarmer or sceptic does get on the air, he or she must be followed by a corrective interview from a scientist, setting the record straight. Sure enough I was followed by Sir David King, former government chief science advisor. (He’s a qualified chemist, while I am a qualified biologist.)

    I sat there open-mouthed as he beautifully demonstrated my point with one exaggeration after another.

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    Climate propaganda all the way with the BBC.