Alarmist over-reach

For over 15 years, the global warmists have become progressively more outspoken with their scare stories and less careful with facts and science.

But their latest tactics of promoting Extinction Hellions and exploiting a teenage Swedish doomsayer represent alarmist overreach.

Ordinary people are becoming suspicious: "If their science is sound, why do they resort to media scare stories, traffic disruption, street rebellions, school truants, religious zealots, and academic purging?"

We are close to the peak of this global warming madness.  Their models and forecasts have failed, and consumers suffer soaring electricity cost and blackouts while tenured academics produce play-school plans for 100% "green" power.

Climate sense is finally starting to ooze through the cracks in the stone wall built to keep skeptics out of the flimsy marquee that shelters the warming nobility.

It is downhill from here for the alarmists and bad news for their academic mercenaries; Hollywood backers; Rebellion puppets; business vested interests; and alarmist propaganda machines like Australia's ABC, the UK's BBC and Guardian, Canada's CBC, and CNN in USA.

They are losing their credibility and their thinking audiences just when they will need them for backpedaling, explanations, and apologies.

Viv Forbes has qualifications in the science disciplines relevant to the effect of atmospheric gases on surface temperature and long experience in watching political trends in Australia.

Some Reading:

The XR Cult threatens our economy and our democracy

How Greta goes Down in Kick-a-tin-along, Australia

Canada Prepares to welcome Greta

Talk about ‘collusion’: How foreign-backed anti-oil activists infiltrated Canada’s government

Polar Bear expert Purged from Academia

The Europeans leading the revolt

Climate Propaganda from the Guardian

Extinction Rebellion vandals attacked by London Commuters

PM Hacker Solves the Global Warming Crisis

Photo credit: Jan Ainali.

Photo illustration by Monica Showalter from public domain sources

For over 15 years, the global warmists have become progressively more outspoken with their scare stories and less careful with facts and science.

But their latest tactics of promoting Extinction Hellions and exploiting a teenage Swedish doomsayer represent alarmist overreach.

Ordinary people are becoming suspicious: "If their science is sound, why do they resort to media scare stories, traffic disruption, street rebellions, school truants, religious zealots, and academic purging?"

We are close to the peak of this global warming madness.  Their models and forecasts have failed, and consumers suffer soaring electricity cost and blackouts while tenured academics produce play-school plans for 100% "green" power.

Climate sense is finally starting to ooze through the cracks in the stone wall built to keep skeptics out of the flimsy marquee that shelters the warming nobility.

It is downhill from here for the alarmists and bad news for their academic mercenaries; Hollywood backers; Rebellion puppets; business vested interests; and alarmist propaganda machines like Australia's ABC, the UK's BBC and Guardian, Canada's CBC, and CNN in USA.

They are losing their credibility and their thinking audiences just when they will need them for backpedaling, explanations, and apologies.

Viv Forbes has qualifications in the science disciplines relevant to the effect of atmospheric gases on surface temperature and long experience in watching political trends in Australia.

Some Reading:

The XR Cult threatens our economy and our democracy

How Greta goes Down in Kick-a-tin-along, Australia

Canada Prepares to welcome Greta

Talk about ‘collusion’: How foreign-backed anti-oil activists infiltrated Canada’s government

Polar Bear expert Purged from Academia

The Europeans leading the revolt

Climate Propaganda from the Guardian

Extinction Rebellion vandals attacked by London Commuters

PM Hacker Solves the Global Warming Crisis

Photo credit: Jan Ainali.

Photo illustration by Monica Showalter from public domain sources