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Saturday, January 14, 2017

Climate tyrant morons

Did you know that there are lots of people on this planet who wouldn’t hesitate to punish you severely for the “crime” of not agreeing with their opinions? When they can’t win a debate with reason, logic and facts, they demand that you be thrown in jail. It just shows us how insecure they are about their opinions. 

Perhaps the most famous example of this cultural phenomenon is the persecution of Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei during the early 17th century for the heresy of’ accepting the Copernican concept of heliocentrism thereby putting into question the traditional geocentric orthodox biblical understanding that Earth was at the center of the universe and that the Sun and all the stars revolved around it.

Today, radical Islamists kill people, including lots of other Muslims, who refuse to believe the Islamic religion exactly the same as they believe it. You can get your head lopped off in many parts of the Middle East if you question whether Muhammad is God’s prophet.

And then there are the radical global warming alarmists like Robert F. Kennedy Jr. who laments the fact that there are no laws (yet) on the books to punish global warming skeptics. “I wish there were a law you could punish them with,” he decries. “I think its treason. Do I think the Koch Brothers are treasonous?  Yes I do.” Do I think they should be in jail? I think they should be enjoying three hots and a cot at The Hague with all the other war criminals,”

Kennedy is known for wanting his political opponents jailed. Of global warming skeptics he declares: “This is treason. And we need to start treating them as traitors” He calls coal companies “criminal enterprises.” Their CEO’s “should be in jail… for all of eternity.”

 “Arrest Climate-Change Deniers – ‘Those denialists should face jail – Criminally negligent – It’s time to punish the climate-change liars,” says the Gawker global warmist website. In 2009, New York Times columnist Paul Krugman accused Congressmen who voted against the climate cap-and-trade bill of “treason against the planet.” He has said that deniers should be executed.

“At what point do we jail or execute global warming deniers,” queried the website, Talking Points Memo. “So when the right wing fucktards have caused it to be too late to fix the problem, and we start seeing the devastating consequences and we start seeing end of the World type events – how will we punish those responsible. It will be too late. So shouldn’t we start punishing them now?”

Global warming alarmists like Al Gore have been spewing this garbage for decades now. Yet none of their dire predictions involving total destruction of planet Earth because of man caused climate change have come true. Temperatures are not rising. Sea levels are not rising. Deserts are not expanding. Sea ice is not disappearing. Polar bears are doing just fine.  

Now, Kennedy says:  “I support the First Amendment which makes room for any citizen to, even knowingly; spew far more vile lies without legal consequence. I do, however, believe that corporations which deliberately, purposefully, maliciously and systematically sponsor climate lies should be given the death penalty. This can be accomplished through an existing legal proceeding known as charter revocation. State Attorneys General can invoke this remedy whenever corporations put their profit-making before the public welfare."

No they can’t, Mr. Kennedy. Corporations have First Amendment rights too. And don’t forget that truth is a defense. You are just another climate tyrant moron, sir. 


  1. Didn't Trump say he was going to put Hillary in jail if he won?

  2. Yes, and can you believe it, there are also people who think that the owner of a Bed and Breakfast, or a florist, or a baker, should be fined and/or jailed if he/she has the audacity to choose who to accommodate without consulting crazed pushers of PC requirements?

    1. Take heart my friend; you don't have to invite them to dinner; you don't have to like them.