Well, Of Course Warmists Use Valentine’s Day To Push Their Cult

You didn’t think they wouldn’t, did you?

From the link

Show the love for the climate this Valentine’s Day.

That’s the message from some of the UK’s top green groups, launching what’s now an annual push to turn hearts green on 14 February.

A short film shot by award-winning author Michael Morpurgo featuring Jeremy Irons and Maxine Peake has notched a modest 13,000 views so far, but that’s just the start.

Activists will bombard social media with a deluge of artwork over the weekend, aimed at accentuating the positives of global climate action.

No more dying polar bears, flooded cities or lonely penguins. These pictures speak to a world that’s moving towards a cleaner, greener future.

They’re hoping to reach beyond those converted to the climate cause, to a wider audience.

Nothing says “wider audience” like hijacking yet another holiday to push a message of nuttiness. You’ll have to click the link to see the crazy pictures. And, we get some nutters doing this (click the more link)

But, it’s not quite “bombarding”. It looks more like “meh.” But, we do also have this!


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2 Responses to “Well, Of Course Warmists Use Valentine’s Day To Push Their Cult”

  1. JGlanton says:

    I had a first date with a woman last night. She invited me in for a drink, opened a bottle of 25-year old single malt and said drink all you want, showed me her earthquake prep kit which includes a Glock, then showed me her doggie-hauler, a 556 HP CTS-V wagon and said “you can drive it one day”.

    I think I’m in LOVE!

  2. Pygmy Rattler says:

    I’ll be enjoying Valentine’s Day visiting with The Budweiser Clydesdales!

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