In the battle about global warming, climate change, climate disruption, or whatever you prefer to call it, the warmers don’t deal in fact or reality, they generally only tell you what they want you to believe, truth be damned. They will lie, cheat, steal, belittle, obfuscate and do anything else in their ends justify the means campaign for your mind.
It’s a battle they’re losing, because the public is figuring out that anthropogenic global warming is a big fantasy. The taxpayers already pay more than enough taxes, the price of fuel and energy is already too much for some to bear, and people do not want to be suffering to keep big government and big green running. Global Warming is a propaganda campaign that’s designed to make the richtards who’ve invested in carbon trading schemes rich beyond their wildest dreams. It’s designed so they can control everything you do based upon their green dogma.
They’re getting backed into a corner, so now they’re doing what they seem to do best, which is character assassination. Anyone they claim to be a “denier” is fair game. The latest warmer assault is this piece by Adam Werbach in the Atlantic titled “Climate Change Denier Aims to Chair House Energy Committee.”
It appears to be no more than just a feeble attempt at character assassination via ridicule of Representative John Shimkus and his Christian religious beliefs. It also appears to be an exercise in hypocrisy. I say that based upon the fact that global warming is in and of itself a dogma (religion) and I find it rather amusing that the very same people who will scream and yell at anyone who dares to deny their religion as touted by Al Gore and the Church of Global Warming, evidently have no compunction attacking someone else’s religious beliefs in an effort to destroy his attempt at being chairman of the House Subcommittee on Energy.
Representative Shimkus has three strikes against him as far as the liberal warmists are concerned. He’s a Republican, he’s religious and he doesn’t buy into the global warming dogma that is being disproved on an almost daily basis. He is vying to be chairman of the House Subcommittee on Energy and the greentards must see him as a big threat, thus the making fun of the man’s religion. Want to see? Per the Atlantic……
Shimkus sees climate change in a biblical context. In March 2009, speaking to the House Subcommittee on Energy and the Environment, Shimkus quoted Chapter 8, Verse 22 of Genesis to explain his belief that the earth will not be destroyed by climate change.
“Never again will I curse the ground because of man, even though all inclinations of his heart are evil from childhood and never again will I destroy all living creatures as I have done. As long as the earth endures, seed time and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night, will never cease.”
He went on to say, “I believe that is the infallible word of god, and that’s the way it is going to be for his creation… The earth will end only when God declares its time to be over. Man will not destroy this earth. This earth will not be destroyed by a flood.”
The author the makes a lame attempt to tie this in with recent flooding in Pakistan and Haiti. Flooding caused by weather, not global warming or by Captain Kirk aiming his climate disruptor at the planet. He then goes back to dissing not only Shimkis, but he also attacks the Christians, Jews and Muslims……
The end of days concept, which exists in some form in Judaism, Christianity and Islam, proclaims the day when God destroys humanity and the earth in order to wipe out our sins and reconsecrate the world in justice with the coming of the Messiah. There’s no shortage of end of days evangelists in the U.S. Congress, but few believe that humans are affecting the climate. Maybe it’s time for those who believe in an end of days scenario to herald global warming as a proof of concept.
I find this last statement to be pure hubris. He attacks three of the world’s great religions, then astoundingly does a 180 degree turn and tries to get us to buy into his global warming dogma. This guy actually has the audacity to diss these religions then complain we don’t believe in his global warming religion. Amazing!
Based upon what he states I guess we should all heed his cry and immediately drop all our religious faiths, regardless if Christian, Muslim, Judaism, Buddhism or anything else and immediately join the Church of Global warming and start listening to the Goracle.
It’s funny that even the warmer oriented New York Times didn’t slam Shimkus at all in their item in today’s paper. This guy must really have some of the warmer’s nervous for them to put out an attack piece like that. Or, perhaps Adam isn’t selling enough of his book “Strategy for Sustainability: A Business Manifesto. Seems to me that the words business and manifesto don’t quite go together.
Hypocrisy just doesn’t get any better than this guy.
Source: The Atlantic