What Global Warming? Record Breaking Cold Frustrates Fear Mongers

It was one of the coldest Februaries on record, but global warming believers tried to convince us that these historically low temperatures prove their theories were… correct all along!

Ezra Levant has some fun at their expense, but reminds viewers that the global warming scam has raked in billions of dollars from gullible governments and citizens.

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  • ontario john

    Maybe David Suzuki can come shovel my laneway this weekend. But then if you don’t drink the leftist kool aide about global warming, you are probably islamophobic and homophobic as well. Just like those homophobic farm families in Ontario that Wynne’s judge has ruled have to pay three hundred thousand dollars in legal fees to Wynne’s wind turbine companies.

    • Linda1000

      Oh, you’re talking about the bird chopper blenders.

    • Stronger Than Dirt

      He should have to shovel everyone’s driveway – which I’m sure he’s able to do since he’s been shovelling for a long, long time

  • tom_billesley

    The academics have stopped talking about global warming and climate change. It’s all about “climate disruption” now. It’s a longer term career for them, as there are no contrary trends to confound them.

  • ontario john

    And of course we have the mainline liberal churches ignoring the threat of islam and concentrating their efforts on environmental issues. The churches main themes are global warming, homosexual rights and whiny indians. While their congregations are shrinking away to nothing they ignore the Christian faith and concentrate on leftist issues. Case in point the Anglican Church journal website is excited that they are spending what little money they have left, on sending a delegation to South Africa to discuss global warming. And of course our troubles today are because of British imperialism.

    • ntt1

      I left the Anglican Church when it settled with the BC residential schools scam to the tune of millions of dollars , plus we had a soppy progressive bishop locally that was so extreme even the home office was alarmed. I was involved in synod activities including round table discussions on a variety of topics . With out exception the younger newly ordained priests were far, far, left believing in liberation/revolution theology. I left and I never looked back but notice the Church has continued to slide into United Church paganism.

      • Physics grad

        The real lesson to take from the protestant reformation is that you do not need to belong to a church to believe in god. Religious faith is supposed to be a personal choice. When you introduce the structure of organized religion onto that, it becomes open to the kind of abuse where religion is used as a means to control people. Then you get the infiltration by those who would use this power for their own nefarious ends.

        • ntt1

          That is arguable. Part of belonging to a religion is the community that comes with it, it might be fine to theorize about squatting on a butte somewhere in a desert and communing with God but it would become pretty thin gruel. the reformation freed us from a literate priest class controlling and deciphering the bible for us into a society that, thanks to the printing press and the King James bible freed us to deconstruct the church hierarchy, some more than others
          but you are right in that it did allow us to get out from under a crushing priest class.

  • simus1

    Gullible governments? Not really.
    The world’s biggest scam ever was designed from the beginning to also provide their friends in government with access to massive new sources of tax revenue.

    • tom_billesley

      Government is the world’s biggest scam

      • simus1

        How true.
        Smart people at Enron designed the Globull Warming gravy train out of whole cloth but were clever enough to realize it was politicians who would require the most luxurious private cars.

  • Xavier

    On a warmist forum, I once politely asked what would refute the theory of AGW. There was not a single honest scientific answer, and the replies ranged from “a complete reversal of the laws of physics” to “shut up troll”. (I posted no additional comments, but was banned without explanation.)

    It is a religion, a cult, a scam, and the largest hoax ever perpetrated on the public. I expect “deniers” to be addressed in the new FCC internet regulations – which will affect even you Canadians, since the UN apparently will have a say in what type of free speech will be allowed.

    • ntt1

      this is my fear ,that the new regulations, really a power grab, will be used to silence dissenting opinion on a wide variety of topics . This blog could well be shut down on a progressive regulators whim .

      • Xavier

        Concur. If there were *anything* useful as leftist propaganda in the 322 pages of regulation, don’t you think it would be publicized by now?

        In years past, the DHS was able to shut down sites internationally, depending on how cooperative the host ISP’s country was, but if the UN is involved or the U.S. can pressure Canada etc. to adhere to Obama’s fiats there is no refuge for free speech.