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How The Climatechangers Change Us

As James Delingpole explained in his excellent book, Climatechangers are really just watermelons  – green on the outside but red on the inside. You’ll notice that none of their ideas about how to prevent climate change involve anything other than bigger government.

For them, climate change is just a pretext – an irrefutable argument (“if you disagree that we need to save the planet you must want people to die!”) that enables them to demand more taxes and more power for them and their friends so they can set the world to rights.

And out here in the real world, they have their army of useful innocents – voters fearful of tackling the real world on their own without help from a cosseting State, all too ready to swallow any argument for bigger government.

Climate change largely consists of menacing them with stories about rising water and melting ice and starving polar bears, so they will allow our civil rights to be ridden over to keep us all safe. They demand it, in fact.

As H.L Mencken said, “The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary”

And so here they come with their latest way to keep us all safe – veganism.

Watch as our mockingbird media fills up with stories about how we should all become vegans.

And of course in order to make veganism beyond criticism, it will need victim status.

But not being a black President, a female business leader or a gay actor, it doesn’t have victim status baked in – they will need to manufacture it.

Cue the stories of persecution I guess.

Oh, and cow farts.

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David Bolton
David Bolton
5 years ago

Good old science to the rescue. Meat is worse than transport for pollution? Not so it seems.

5 years ago

Veganism is unnatural (seen anyone who only has molars recently?) and requires abandonment of 70% of agricultural land which cannot be used to grow useful crops, so will result in mass starvation if they get their way. l suppose that would cure the housing shortage! OTOH I regard mass starvation as worse than a housing shortage.

5 years ago

Them: “If you disagree that we need to save the planet, you must want people to die!”
Me: No, you’re the one who says that humans are a blight on the planet and it would be better if all humans were dead.

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