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What a great day to start of October!

Not only did Rick Sanchez finally get fired.

But the Global Warming fanatics are showing their true colors.

Make sure you watch the whole thing. Now you know how the loony lefty Greenies think about everyone that doesn’t join in on their groupthink circle jerk.

The moral of this story. Greenies would rather kill kids than give up on Global Warming hysteria.

  1. October 2, 2010 at 11:51

    What the heck? Tell me that isn’t actually a legitimate greenie video.

    • October 2, 2010 at 15:09

      It’s a legitimate Greenie Vid…go to their site, http://www.1010global.org/

      They pulled the vid from their site and are trying like hell to pull it from youtube…but people are just re-uploading it again and again.

      • October 3, 2010 at 08:43

        Wow. Unbelievable. There couldn’t have been a better parody. Amazing they produced it themselves.

        I think the teacher in the first segment is on the show, “Being Human”. I thought I was watching an ad for Dr. Who at first.

  2. yttik
    October 2, 2010 at 20:40

    Eeeewwwwwww…..That’s just too offensive for words. Also pretty revealing as to how they actually view anybody who doesn’t promptly agree with them.

  3. Woodhull
    October 9, 2010 at 10:31

    Hey ZH:

    I posted this at another site and thought of you (You may have seen this over at American Thinker:

    More Weimar Cabaret?

    The Nat’l Science Foundation grants $700,000 (that’s almost a million for those of us still keeping track) to produce a musical about AGW. But wait, is AGW settled science or more like Scientology? American Thinker writer, Jim Yardley, agrees with others, including the NYTs (the NYTs?) that perhaps AGW proponents should be scrutinized under the first Amendment with respect to religion.

    “Everyone is at least somewhat familiar with the so-called establishment clause of the First Amendment, the one that reads “Congress shall make no law respecting the establishment of a religion … ” But what if Congress established a religion called by some other name? Would the establishment clause still hold power?”


  4. Woodhull
    October 9, 2010 at 10:44

    I wanted to add a comment about your post here and add a layer of thought to it. This kind of “advertising” for global warming and carbon-ation is to my mind more sinister than plain gross. It may galvanize some just because it is base and, as you say, “stupid”, but I think it has an underlying message of “acceptable losses”; something only a utopic, management class of social accountants can think is okey-dokey. If PETA’s success with the wearing of furs (remember those blood-soaked ACT-UP ads?) is any precendent – who knows? – maybe “offing” or jailing a few AGW nonconformists will be all it takes to convince us that the reasoned argument just isn’t worth it. Any musings on which actors will be showing up in less grisly ads?

  1. October 3, 2010 at 08:58

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