Let's hope eco-snuff films aren't the future. A mini-movie, “No Pressure,” from environmental group 10:10 depicts kids being detonated into gory pulp for ignoring their carbon footprints.
It's difficult to exaggerate this. In this video, people are murdered for expressing a different opinion. As a bonus, those in the vicinity get splattered with blood and gore.
This ad goes overboard in the climate fear movement of wanting to suppress and silence global warming skeptics.
What is actually very revealing, is that their impulse — the intellectual strain that runs through the alarmist movement — is to try to silence their critics. They blame a handful of skeptics for ruining all their schemes, and this (deemed the “Splattergate” film) is them expressing their frustrations.
Climate alarmism is a genuine threat to our freedom, democracy, prosperity, and even security, much like Islamic terrorism.
The New York Times’ Andrew Revkin tweeted, “Is there a marketing Nobel Prize? Blow up kids to get folks to cut CO2. Yeah, that's the ticket.”
Revkin goes on to say:
If the goal had been to convince people that environmental campaigners have lost their minds and to provide red meat (literally) to shock radio hosts and pundits fighting curbs on greenhouse gases, it worked like a charm. The group's sponsors, including Sony, figure out an upside to this effort. They should either state why they continue to provide support or pull out.
Not to mention, if we reduced man's 3 percent contribution by one-tenth, we'd reduce all annual global emissions of CO2 by only 0.3 percent. The effect on the earth's radiative balance would be much less than that, less than 0.01 percent. In other words, a 10 percent reduction in human emissions would have essentially zero impact on our climate.
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