1 May 2011

May Day message from Green Party councillor

Councillor Philip Booth delivers a Green Party May Day message.

He also has an excellent blog here


Anonymous said...

Climate Change wasn’t the pollution issue, no, it was a CO2 death threat to billions of children, a mistake and a criminal exaggeration as history is already calling it. And now, after 25 years of needless panic, we see former climate change believers urging law makers to have the leading scientists and leading news editors subjected to criminal charges for a false war against a false enemy.
Explain how countless thousands of consensus scientists somehow out numbered climate change protestors? Explain how we are supposed to believe the saintly scientists and flippantly condemn our children to a CO2 death when it was the scientists themselves who made radical environmentalism necessary in the first place when they supposedly polluted the planet with their cancer causing chemicals and pesticides.
Explain why we should trust the saintly scientists when they also produced cruise missiles, land mine technology, nuclear weapons, germ warfare, cluster bombs, strip mining technology, Y2K, Y2Kyoto, deep sea drilling technology and now climate control?
Still supporting the climate change mistake at this stage of the game is not only environmentally irresponsible, it verges on psychotic.
And the new denier is anyone who still thinks the voting majority of now “former” climate change believers, will now suddenly reverse course, trust the scientists and politicians and media and now vote YES to personal lifestyle sacrifice and taxing the air to make the weather colder.

Derek Wall said...

The trolls don't get any better, if you want to live with an economy dependent on oil at $130 a barrel good for you.

hey and smoking is good for us!

Notice no name, no sense, no citations!

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