Because You Charged Your Smartphone You’re Committing Mass Murder

More insanity for the Cult Of Gore, from Zachary Shahan at PlanetSave (via The New Nostradamus of the North)

How We’re Killing Our Kids (& Ourselves)… But Don’t Care If a mass shooting occurs at an elementary school, the whole country (and even much of the world) pays notice. And we focus on the news and what to do about it for days, or even weeks or months.

No complaint here at all! I think it’s an important matter that deserves our attention, and I do give it mine.

However, what’s absurd to me is that we’re committing mass murder on a daily basis and almost no one is paying any attention or working to solve the problem.

And what’s Zach freaking out about?

But seriously, without a livable climate, without the basics of human life, we die.

And so do our children.

And so do our grandchildren.

Unfortunately, that’s where we’re headed. Where’s the uproar? Where’s the nationwide or global focus on solutions? Each human life, one can easily argue, is priceless. But we’re treating them as worthless.

So, getting worked up about amass shooting is warranted, but it’s completely absurd that the world isn’t worked up about the many lives we sacrifice every day.

It’s completely absurd that Warmists refuse to live a carbon neutral lifestyle while continuing to push this stupidity.

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10 Responses to “Because You Charged Your Smartphone You’re Committing Mass Murder”

  1. Gumball_Brains says:

    Someone is off their meds. Let’s worry about his mental state first.

  2. Good point. I suspect that most Warmists would fail any sort of mental competency test to get a gun permit.

  3. john says:

    80% of Americans believe that climate change is a serious problem. Teach when you post daily pics of you openly packing heat like taking a Bushmaster to work then I will start taking what you say seriously about how guns keep us all safer.

  4. gitarcarver says:

    john,

    Before superstorm Sandy, less than 40% of people believe climate change was a serious problem. That is the problem with basing policy on polls rather than science.

    As for the Bushmaster argument, please look up how many times people use guns in self defense. Then get back to us as to whether those 2.5 million plus crimes stopped resulted in people being safer.

  5. Gumball_Brains says:

    Here’s a question for our antisemitic troll and other brain-deads out there: Why is advocating that others be able to keep their god-given rights a bad thing? However, you seem perfectly ok with those who want to take our rights away. Why is that? Why are you OK with not giving battered women the RIGHT to protect themselves? Why are you forcing stay at home moms to hide in closets without any means of protection from murderous intruders?

    Do you hate women so much?

  6. Gumball_Brains says:

    And can we stop calling it “superstorm sandy”? It was a wide storm, but it was not a superstorm. It was barely a Cat1 Hurricane before it made landfall.

  7. gitarcarver says:

    It was a “superstorm” because of its size, the combining of two powerful weather systems and the fact that it was not a hurricane.

  8. Gumball_Brains says:

    And that is the reason its not a “superstorm”. It was just a large Nor’Easter.

  9. gitarcarver says:

    No, it was not a “large Nor’Easter” Gumball.

    It was the combination of two systems, one of which never saw the North East before it came up the coast from the south.

    It is what it is, Gumball.

  10. Gumball_Brains says:

    It was a nor’easter when it made landfall. It was a very wide-spread hurricane as it made its way up the coast, and then a big cold front came in from the NW and W and altered the storm from being a warm-storm to a cold-storm. It then fed off the cold front and moved westerly towards shore. It was then a Nor’Easter.

    Either phase, was not unusual for the region. The term superstorm carries a connotation of being UTTERLY MASSIVE and causing MASSIVE unbearable damage beyond belief. Neither of which happened.

    What you did have was a region unprepared for a storm they knew could hit. They refused to leave when told. They refused to believe a storm could wash sand away or fill areas that were lower than tide level. Or that pumps could operate without electricity or generators could operate while flooded.

    There were many other hurricanes that had larger damages and larger damage paths, but we don’t call them “superstorm”.

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