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 Post subject: Global warming / A perfect metaphor
PostPosted: Wed Dec 01, 2010 1:55 am 
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On the one hand, we have billions being spent on "climate change", its mitigation and all the other fatuous schemes related to the global warming scare, controlled by people of diminishing brain and even less sense.

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 Post subject: Re: A perfect metaphor
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Bread and circuses.

Three irrelevant pretty boys. That picture really sums up the fatuity of contemporary 'leaders', whether spiritual, social, sporting, cultural, constitutional, political, or whatever.


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 Post subject: Re: A perfect metaphor
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Oh dear. I'm sorry to see Prince William there.


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 Post subject: Re: A perfect metaphor
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When you do not have the responsibility of a country to run any more, there is football.

Responsibilty - now there is a word this PM (and the preceeding several) have no conception of.

I sometimes wonder at where the vast majority of people get their basic knowledge of our political stance in the World. The mainstream media of course, but what do they get? Any glance at the comics on sale tells you straight away. No hint of anything other than the latest infidelity or soccer fiasco. Only those who wish to seek what else lay beyond the sticky facade will find, and contribute to a mass of information available to the few (or is it the many?) who wish the mess washed away. Are the bloggers and whistleblowers the Sappers of old, who tunneled beneath the castle walls.

Keep it up gents.


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 Post subject: Re: A perfect metaphor
PostPosted: Wed Dec 01, 2010 9:30 am 

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Louise Gray gets a good seeing to over at Bishop Hill.

The quoted comment is a pearler:

http://www.bishop-hill.net/blog/2010/11 ... e-day.html

This article is the last straw. For six years I have had to bit my tongue while force-feeding this climate anthropogenic global warming nonsense into the increasingly sceptical minds of my science school learners. They all know it's a scam. I know it's a scam. They all know that we will be notionally 1010ed if we don't all toe the party line, give the "government approved" answer in the exams, fill in the approved plans, but carry on as normal. I cannot seriously go into a school next term and carry on like this.

Consequently I hereby declare that, metaphorically, the next parent, head of science, head teacher, school governor, local education authority jobsworth, central government apparatchik, or UK energy minister who tells me have to teach this climate porn to under-16s or lose my job will be kebabed on a hockey stick and fed to the polar bear packs currently massing under my window seeking warmth. And any kid who dares to submit an assignment consisting of material cut'n'pasted from these Louise Gray's WWF press releases will be spreadeagled on a stationary wind turbine in the North Sea.

I call upon all teachers to join me in this declaration, and to organise a welcome back party to all UK attendees from Cancun





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 Post subject: Re: A perfect metaphor
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If it was not crystal clear before (and it was!), no-one can now regard Cameron as a suitable person to be prime minister. The utter fatuousness of this visit to play supplicant to the court of FIFA, a terminally corrupt organisation, is beyond belief. And to have special meetings with those known to have taken huge bribes is unconscionable. This government faces enormous challenges, econominc and social, that need the PM's full attention, and yet Cameron waltzes off for three days. Proper costings have shown that hosts for the so-called World Cup sustain a net loss. First the bloody Olympics and now this! Furthermore, to co-opt Prince William in such a fatuous venture is an utter disgrace.


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 Post subject: Re: A perfect metaphor
PostPosted: Wed Dec 01, 2010 10:15 am 

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Meanwhile, that unspeakable fool Cameron is prattling about football


Give the the boy some credit at least he's in his element - sucking up to another unaccountable fundamentally corrupt organization led by idiots.

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 Post subject: Re: A perfect metaphor
PostPosted: Wed Dec 01, 2010 10:22 am 
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TheBoilingFrog wrote:
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Meanwhile, that unspeakable fool Cameron is prattling about football


Give the the boy some credit at least he's in his element - sucking up to another unaccountable fundamentally corrupt organization led by idiots.

Hahaha, excellent mate. 100% nail on the head!


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 Post subject: Re: A perfect metaphor
PostPosted: Wed Dec 01, 2010 11:30 am 

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Cameron certainly loves the corrupt, in any form. However to my point, the weather, joke, forecast, said snow in the East. Having a dentist appointment this morning I removed the 6" of snow went in the house to get warm and watched as the snow came down very heavily, and I live in Stockport, NW England. We are getting far too much "climate change" at the moment. Hope I get back home and Huhne gets a bad case of sunburn.


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 Post subject: Re: A perfect metaphor
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So;

Copenhagen = unseasonal snowfall

Cancun = unseasonal snowfall

Someone's taking the pee, surely?

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 Post subject: Re: A perfect metaphor
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tux1952 wrote:
So;

Copenhagen = unseasonal snowfall

Cancun = unseasonal snowfall

Someone's taking the pee, surely?


All morning I've been humming, "There's no business like snow business ...".

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 Post subject: Re: A perfect metaphor
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I have had a keen interest in the unpleasant white stuff since the winter of 1946/47 but do not recall snow this early. I lived in S.Devon in the Forties, then Wales until 1990 = now NW Ireland up against that nice warm Gulf Stream. We might have a thaw here on Friday though in the rest of the country it seems unlikely.


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 Post subject: Re: A perfect metaphor
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So two trains suffer mechanical breakdown and suddenly its the worst winter since Scrat the Squirrel played with his acorn. Incredible.


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 Post subject: Re: A perfect metaphor
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Never mind, they all off in Mexico, enjoying three weeks of Sun and sand.


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 Post subject: Re: A perfect metaphor
PostPosted: Wed Dec 01, 2010 1:26 pm 
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amoorhouse wrote:
So two trains suffer mechanical breakdown and suddenly its the worst winter since Scrat the Squirrel played with his acorn. Incredible.


From what I gather, the whole of the system closed down.

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