On the anniversary of Climategate the Watermelons show their true colours

Watermelons: green on the outside, red on the inside. This is the theme of my forthcoming book on the controlling,  poisonously misanthropic and aggressively socialistic instincts of the modern environmental movement. So how very generous that two of that movement’s leading lights should have chosen the anniversary of Climategate to prove my point entirely.

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2 thoughts on “On the anniversary of Climategate the Watermelons show their true colours”

  1. You’re right to point at (both) the shrill green empties and the EUSSR as re-distributors of (other) peoples wealth.

    Have you seen what’s going on in Ireland?

    The Irish politicians, who’ve put Irish taxpayers on the hook for banking and property losses (over-leveridge, schoolboy banking error 101), are now accepting yet even more debt by the EUSSR and IMF-mafia.

    €24,000 for every man, woman and child in Ireland. They could have declared bankruptcy, stopped the rot right now. But instead, in an act of treason that’ll stink for decades to come, they’ve shifted the steaming pile of crap from Gov’t and bankers to their own very (innocent) people to pay off.

    A few years ago US Sen Ron Paul was seen as a cook, an outlier, a bit of a nutter in the Rep Party. Today he’s the only Rep that speaks with any credibility while the rest of his Party now look like the old crones of the establishment.

    Strange how perceptions shift, how the ‘nutters’ turn out to be the rising stars as time passes. This is how social change happens.

    Here’s another guy who’s every word carries more weight and truth as time passes, while this pitiful Lib-Con Gov’t appears to be an ever greater outlier from outter friggin space (happy-o-meter anyone?!!)

    Link. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fyq7WRr_GPg

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