AGW Today Way Back Machine: Who Said It?

“And with that, it has become clear to all that they are the real tyrannical terrorists. In fact, the life of all of mankind is in danger because of the global warming resulting to a large degree from the emissions of the factories of the major corporations, yet despite that, the representative of these corporations in the White House insists on not observing the Kyoto accord, with the knowledge that the statistic speaks of the death and displacement of the millions of human beings because of that, especially in Africa. This greatest of plagues and most dangerous of threats to the lives of humans is taking place in an accelerating fashion as the world is being dominated by the democratic system, which confirms its massive failure to protect humans and their interests from the greed and avarice of the major corporations and their representatives.”

Hmmm, who could it be?

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One Response to “AGW Today Way Back Machine: Who Said It?”

  1. knutsondc says:

    Ha, ha, what a knee-slapper — OBL accepts the evidence of global warming, so global warming MUST be a false myth propagated by a conspiracy to destroy America — or else Al Gore must be a terrorist, too — probably BOTH!! There’s logic for ya!

    By the way, I heard that OBL believes the Earth is round, too — does that make me a terrorist, too, because I also am not a flat-earther?

    What’s the point of writing posts like this one? It’s nothing but a lightly disguised ad hominem argument against global warming. As such, it proves nothing, with the possible exception of your questionable grasp of rational argument and logic.

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