Saturday, October 2, 2010

Pushing the Button of their own Demise -- or, the Mask Slips

I read this
" video has ever provided such a revealing and shocking peek into the mindset of the Global Warming alarmists...."
and thought it had to be a bit over the top in asserting that the Green Movement had completely discredited themselves with this movie they had made (with the help of the British Government, Sony, and other "green" companies) to promote the "10:10" campaign for "encouraging" people to reduce their "carbon emission" in support of global warming. Then I saw the video.

Believe me, the article is right. Don't watch if you have a weak stomach. It is extremely graphic. Friday the 13th kind of graphic, showing what happens if you aren't on their side. As the PJ article says,
" proof that the Green movement are a bunch of crypto-fascists with violent fantasies of exterminating their opponents, and who use threats to enforce groupthink..."

Dead on.
As James Delingpole put it in his column about the video, “Eco-fascism jumps the shark: massive, epic fail!” And just exactly how amusing is it to depict the graphic murder of children who refuse to march in lockstep with the Global Warming cult?
I even wondered for a moment if the people who produced this video were secretly trying to discredit the global warming movement, but I really don't think so. I think they were just revealing their true inner self, the self they've been wanting everyone to know about for a long time.

If this video doesn't spell the end of Global Warming as a movement, I don't know what will. PJ says the Greens pulled the video within minutes of release after the uproar began, but people are uploading like crazy to youtube and elsewhere on the web to make sure it doesn't disappear.

Postscript: here's a link to the "apology".
...Many people found the resulting film extremely funny, but unfortunately some didn't and we sincerely apologise to anybody we have offended. As a result of these concerns we've taken it off our website. We won't be making any attempt to censor or remove other versions currently in circulation on the internet. We'd like to thank the 50+ film professionals and 40+ actors and extras and who gave their time and equipment to the film for free. We greatly value your contributions and the tremendous enthusiasm and professionalism you brought to the project...

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