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“Let’s start keeping track of them…let’s make them pay.”
If “skeptics” said something like this, we’d be thrown in jail as terrorists. This kind of intimidation is inexcusable. What in the hell is Forbes doing, giving coverage to this sort of tripe?
Zwick: “We know who the active denialists are – not the people who buy the lies, mind you, but the people who create the lies. Let’s start keeping track of them now, and when the famines come, let’s make them pay. Let’s let their houses burn. Let’s swap their safe land for submerged islands. Let’s force them to bear the cost of rising food prices. They broke the climate. Why should the rest of us have to pay for it?”
Looks like old-fashioned Soviet purge techniques to me.
With NASA scientists disputing their global-warming mantra, with the Bering Sea setting new records for the most ice in recorded history, with polar bears and penguins thriving, and with Himalayan glaciers growing bigger, global-warming alarmists have apparently decided to become more aggressive against anyone who dares question their twisted beliefs.
Just last month, Professor Kari Norgaard of the University of Oregon called for climate skeptics to be likened to racists and ‘treated’ for having a mental disorder. “Resistance at individual and societal levels must be recognized and treated,” yelled Norgaard.
Norgaard has also urged Obama to act like a dictator, virtually suspend democracy, ignore public sentiment, and enforce climate change mandates by executive fiat.
This is scary! I hope the American public rebels against these sorts of terror tactics.
See entire Forbes article:
Thanks to Josh Cooley, Robert Fleming and Marc Morano for these links
“The hypocrisy is disgusting,” says Josh. “I think they are in panic mode as their fantasy world crumbles around them. Thanks for all your hard work speaking the truth. I’ve been reading Ice Age since 2005!”
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“Let their houses FREEZE,” answers Dr Mirco Poletto.
“The “tolerance” of the far-left is touching,” says reader Steven Woodcock.
I receive no funding from any company, corporation, or organization. Thanks, Robert
Good news!A publisher in Italy has now translated Not by Fire but by Ice into Italian.