“Climate Change” Is Totally Like A WMD

No, seriously, you guys!

Climate change as a weapon of mass destruction

When we speak of WMD, we usually think of weapons – nuclear, biological, or chemical – that are delivered in a moment, writes Tom Engelhardt. But what of climate change: a WMD on a long fuse, already lit and smoking …

Then we get some typical leftist whining about Iraq and WMD, going to

But what if he had? Who wanted to take that chance? Not Vice President Dick Cheney, certainly. Inside the Bush administration he propounded something that journalist Ron Suskind later dubbed the “one percent doctrine.”

Its essence was this: if there was even a 1% chance of an attack on the United States, especially involving weapons of mass destruction, it must be dealt with as if it were a 95%-100% certainty. (snip)

Now here’s a very real threat to think about

Of course, there was a weapon of mass destruction that could indeed do staggering damage to or someday simply drown New York City, Washington D.C., Miami, and other east coast cities.

And we’ll have

A cascade of catastrophes

Collapsing ice sheets: over 10ft of sea level rise

because

Climate change – a WMD with a long fuse

thanks to

The WMD is the entire fossil fuel supply and combustion system

which are

Weapons of Planetary Destruction

and it is a

crime of ‘terracide’

This system of destruction on a planetary scale, facilitated by most of the ruling and corporate elites on the planet, is becoming (to bring into play another category not usually used in connection with climate change) the ultimate ‘crime against humanity’ and, in fact, against most living things. It is becoming a ‘terracide’.

Got that? As so typical, Warmists blame That Guy, and refuse to see their own lifestyles and use of fossil fuels as contributing to the “terracide”. It’s so bad that

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8 Responses to ““Climate Change” Is Totally Like A WMD”

  1. Jeffery says:

    Just to point out the obvious. Global warming is real. WMDs… not so much.

    Teach: You accidently reprinted that misleading graph again.

  2. john says:

    Teach better email the US Navy and tell them they are all wrong on this AGW thing. Tell them that YOU have seen through the hoax.
    Ditto for the Catholic Church

  3. jl says:

    “global warming is real.” True, as it has been for 4 billion years, and will in the future. The evidence suggests it has nothing to do with evil mankind.

  4. Better_Be_Gumballs says:

    Geezz…. someone make sure that person is heavily medicated and not allowed to be near sharp objects.

    This is nuts to think starting a car will lead to utter destruction of the entire world.

    But then, that’s what happens when you elect Socialists in to office. They help fund and promulgate these beliefs to every facet of our society.

  5. john says:

    Latest poll Teach shows that 49% of all REPUBLICANS think that climate change is serious or very serious. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/06/02/americans-support-limiting-emissions_n_5433775.html
    It looks like climate change deniers are moving back into the fringe group area.
    When conservative groups like the catholic Church and the US Navy believe in AGW who is left but ………….. well you and Anthony Watts. Oh and the former “Lord” Monckton ( he had his title revoked)

  6. Better_Be_Gumballs says:

    New record when even every word is wrong.

  7. Jeffery says:

    Teach: re your silly “hypocrisy” meme. How will the climate realists, myself included, avoid the policies we advocate? This is obviously a fatal flaw in your silly argument that you need to address.

    Wealthy conservatives advocate policies that will reduce their own taxes and burden the working poor with more taxes. I can understand how that is genuine self-serving, selfish hypocrisy.

    Wealthy liberals advocate policies that will increase their own taxes and reduce the burden on the working poor. I can understand how that is the opposite of hypocrisy.

    But how is advocating policies that will affect all, and benefit all, hypocritical?

    This is clearly the most important plank in your rickety platform (you refer to it most global warming posts) and yet you won’t or can’t explain your reasoning.

    Your answer is pretty consistently, “Have you given up all fossil fuels?” which, of course, is non sequitur.

    So please: How is advocacy for policies that will affect all, and benefit all, hypocritical?

    If you can answer that, we can move on to your next big lie. Thanks.

  8. Jeffery says:

    j,

    Mankind is not evil just because we’re dumping gigatons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere every year. It’s not our wisest move, though.

    What evidence do you have suggesting that mankind has nothing to do with global warming?

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