Thursday, 12 February 2009

Dipshit of the Week: Greenpeace

Yes it had to happen.

The fantasy that is "climate change" has been blamed for the devastating Australian bushfire's.

Some of our Green politicians will no doubt share the same view as their heroes in Greenpeace but this weeks dipshit award lays squarely on Greenpeace and their fantasy religion of climate change.

Scientists began warning some years ago that Australians should expect fires of a new ferocious order care of climate change.

The threat of climate change is real and serious. And the unfortunate truth is that unless the world takes strong action on climate change immediately, natural disasters like the Victorian bushfires, and the floods in Queensland, will become more frequent. NZ Greenpeace Blog

Really, using politics(the climate change movement is political NOT environmental) as an excuse for people dying is not only a slap in the face for those who died horrible deaths but it is simply a fallacy and hides the fact that the green movement is partly to blame for the Victorian fires and the deaths that followed.

The green movement in Victoria and other states has stopped the clearing of trees around houses that has provided the fuel for these fires, in fact the green movement have even required that trees be planted! An article in The Australian by David Packham, a former supervising meteorologist for fire weather nationwide at the Bureau of Meteorology point this out.

Greenpeace deserve condemnation.

Their interference in peoples lives has caused more death and it just goes to prove the irrelevance and dangerousness of their lunatic ideas has once again hit home.

Green voters, the New Zealand and Australian Green Party and especially Greenpeace have blood on their hands

Shame.


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