Jun 18

Another Thursday, another Global Warming Hoax Weekly Round-Up. Enjoy:

Find out what the left’s new segregation is all about, and why the future crimes department of corrections might want to lock you up for harboring naughty global warming thoughts.

Still dare to be skeptical?  Step right on up, it’s linkage you can believe in, with 10% added snark.  But wait, read it now and I’ll include the global hottie for FREE.

Part One: Al Gore & Friends

Profiteer prophet Al Gore, blessed eco-blogger, is taking his talking points from newspaper ads.  Only died-in-the-wool green zealots or hopeless lefties could fail to see the irony of demanding cap and bend-over laws while making this argument:

“But when it comes to preparing our country to compete in the clean energy economy, the U.S. is losing and we lag far behind our global competitors. Even as our inventors create new technologies, we often lose them to overseas markets that have supportive government policies and incentives.”

Wasn’t BJ Clinton, Al’s ex-boss, that coined the phrase “It’s the Economy, Stupid” ?

He might have a couple of employees languishing in a NorK prison, but that can’t stop Al from moving Current TV into Canada.  Gore supporters take note, you too may be under bussed and forgotten this quickly.

Repower America has a new commercial in which a grizzled old farmhand tells us to ‘get real’.  See, farmers can talk hippie too.  Big Tom call the funding for the ads ‘mysterious’.  He ain’t kidding.

I believe the horse, personallyhey Mr. Ed, why the long face?

The patron saint of global warming will not be celebrated with a statue in Tennessee after all.  Good decision, since one of the two founded the infinitely corrupt United Nations and the other is Al Gore, it was only a matter of time before the effigies were given the full Saddam anyhow.

Newsbusters asks whether the weather will crack Al’s credibility, to which I snort and ask ‘what credibility?’

The Goreacle has 1 million acolytes on Twitter.  I’m not the sharpest hammer in the toolbag, but a million sounds like a lot.  Al was moved so deeply by reaching the milestone that he blessed the masses with this statement: “Wow”.   People swooned.  Really.  Meanwhile, Al has found time in his busy schedule to follow 8 people.  Seven of them he has direct ownership in, and the eighth, some Obama fella, could be described as a wholly-owned subsidiary (see Part Two).

Meanwhile, let’s check in with Canada’s own lovable raving moonbat hippie communist, David ‘jail ‘em’ Suzuki.  DS had a busy week.  First he persuaded a food store to stop selling unsustainable fish, then he pondered what to do with GM now that ‘we’ own it.  Let’s peek into the hippie mind and see what’s going on in there:

…even private automobiles may eventually be a thing of the past; the idea of using of a tonne of metal and many litres of fossil fuel to get one person to the grocery store or work is more than a bit absurd.

Bingo! That’s the kind of thinking that will save GM!

I don't know what 'onfoods' are, but save them anywayI don’t know what ‘onfoods’ are, but save them anyway

Doc Suzuki was given a great honor this week when construction started on Canada’s First Eco-Indoctrination Camp for moppets.  It’s being named after him, the eco-totalitarian in chief.  It brings a tear to the eye.  Sniff.

Congrats, you’ve completed Part 1 of your mission. To advance to Part 2, 3, 4, and 5, please report to The Daily Bayonet. And if you’re real good there’s a special treat waiting for you in Part 5.

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7 Responses to “Global Warming Hoax Weekly Round-Up, June 19th 2009”

  1. Brian G Valentine says:

    confidentially, I’m not so sure about what that windmill farm hand guy does with, ah, boys and animals in that pick up truck of his …


  2. Brian G Valentine says:

    gee whiz – this global warming crap is such an easy target for snarkism, isn’t it.

    Almost too easy. Like takin’ candy from a baby.

    I wish they would give me a little fight sometimes

    Actually, they do. Their humor isn’t the greatest, though. Not that you would expect it to be, either


    • Klockarman says:

      global warming crap is such an easy target for snarkism

      Yes, GW is an easy target for “snarkism”, but Daily Bayonet is especially good at it, you have to admit.


  3. Brian G Valentine says:

    yes they are – that’s why I’m so proud to be a denier


  4. Klockarman says:

    Me too.

    “Blondes have more fun”. So do skeptics (deniers).


  5. Brian G Valentine says:

    That’s why I’m a Denier from Fort Meyer
    People call me a Liar and a fool,

    I just get my KICKS on Al Gore’s be-hind
    And leave a carbon Footprint
    There or two


  6. Brian G Valentine says:

    In this photo, Dave Suzuki is berating the grocery store manager for the store not carrying psilocybin mushrooms.

    Remember the wacko followers of Timothy Leary who used to push Kool-Aid laced with DOM and LSD off the back of a bus they drove around?

    Those people were NOTHING compared with Dave Suzuki. Maybe the Merry Pranksters tried to create new worlds in people’s minds – but they didn’t operate a cult that demanded people to tear down civilization to create a Utopia that was to Dave Suzuki’s liking.

    Wecome to Jonesville, huh Dave? Wow – compared to you, Jim Jones looks like an ordinary Presbyterian minister


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