Tuesday, 6 March 2007

"The morality tale of the decade"

Well, this looks interesting: a new film to air on British television on Thursday. 'The Great Global Warming Swindle' claims to be nothing less than: "The morality tale of the decade." Says the Global Warming Hysteria blog [hat tip Thrutch]:
The Great Global Warming Swindle - backed by eminent scientists will - will be the first major TV expose of the GW hoax.

The programme will see a series of respected scientists attack the "propaganda" that they claim is killing the world’s poor. Even the co-founder of Greenpeace, Patrick Moore, is shown, claiming African countries should be encouraged to burn more CO2.

Director Martin Durkin says: "You can see the problems with the science of global warming, but people just don’t believe you – it’s taken ten years to get this commissioned.

"I think it will go down in history as the first chapter in a new era of the relationship between scientists and society. Legitimate scientists – people with qualifications – are the bad guys. It is a big story that is going to cause controversy.
I wonder if Al Gore will ask for a copy? Perhaps you can ask someone in the UK to tape it for John Key, and Helen Clark?

More here at AntiGreen.Com. Info, trailer and the Global Warming Quiz at the UK Channel 4 site.

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  1. http://www.news.com.au/heraldsun/story/0,21985,21309812-25717,00.html

  2. PC said...
    Perhaps you can ask someone in the UK to tape it for John Key, and Helen Clark?

    I am sure that there are some Libz in the UK who could tape this documentary. The Libz could then send a copy each to Key & Clark. Also, 2 copies should be couriered to Mark Sainsbury of TV1 and John Campbell of TV3.

  3. I wonder if various governments will send copies to schools, just as they have done with Al Gore's Oscar winning piece of fiction.
    In the interests of balance, of course.

  4. It is up on google video;



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