Sometimes it's arresting to me how gullible people are. I guess George Carlin was right when he said that people are so stupid that they'll believe anything they're told by an authority figure.
That impression was strengthened when I read the Nov. 7 letter from Charles Wright, “There is No Planet B.”
In his letter, Wright reveals that he, like many of us, have been completely and utterly brainwashed by the constant media barrage of "climate change" false propaganda. Specifically in relation to the recent Superstorm Sandy, which Wright thinks was caused by humans burning hydrocarbons and states. "The last time we saw a storm like Sandy was never," he writes.
The truth is that hurricane activity has been unusually lower in the last 10 years and that there has been zero warming of the atmosphere since 1998. I guess he also forgot storms from the recent past that were a lot worse than Sandy, like Hugo in 1989 and Ivan, through which I lived in 2004.
Even the government's own lap-dog agency, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration , normally a huge source of climate-change propaganda, issued a statement saying that Hurricane Sandy was not caused by global warming, since the ocean temperatures over which it developed were not unusually warm. But that didn't stop the No. 1 purveyor of man-made global warming propaganda – NPR – from running a story every day associating Sandy with "climate change."
I'm not some rube right-winger saying these things – I was an environmental activist when most of the global-warming believers were in diapers. Wake up, people. Man-made global warming is an imposed, false belief. It is imposed to justify a larger agenda for deindustrialization of the West and the implementation of global carbon taxes.
It is the creation of the elitist think-tank called the Club of Rome and the agenda is one-world global control by the Ruling Elite. Google Agenda 21 and ask yourself if you want your children to live in the Borg collective.
— Michael Ivey