Jun 23 2008

News Media Shocked Public Not Buying Their Propaganda On Global Warming

Published by at 11:33 am under All General Discussions,Global Warming

The news media sometimes loses perspective when it gets so buried in its biased views it allows glimpses into how they try to use their position as the guardians of information flow to the masses to influence opinion. The most glaring example of this I have seen recently is this story from the UK on Global Warming and how the Church of Al Gore has not convinced many people they know what is driving the global climate:

The majority of the British public is still not convinced that climate change is caused by humans – and many others believe scientists are exaggerating the problem, according to an exclusive poll for The Observer.

The results have shocked campaigners who hoped that doubts would have been silenced by a report last year by more than 2,500 scientists for the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which found a 90 per cent chance that humans were the main cause of climate change and warned that drastic action was needed to cut greenhouse gas emissions.

‘It’s disappointing and the government will be really worried,’ said Jonathon Porritt, chairman of the government’s Sustainable Development Commission. ‘They [politicians] need the context in which they’re developing new policies to be a lot stronger and more positive. Otherwise the potential for backlash and unpopularity is considerable.’

Emphasis mine.  “Campaigners”?  What an interesting choice of words. “Silenced”?  Yes, that was the expectation when 2,500 hand picked and financially bribed scientists ignored all the contrary evidence produced by many other scientists outside the IPCC and tried to dictate scientific consensus where none existed.

Clearly the news media, who generally do not have the education to grasp this subject at any level, have been orchestrating a ‘campaign‘ to ‘silence‘ those in the scientific community who disagree with their preconceptions.  That is what dictators and their propagandists do to keep the masses in line and following orders from the master class. Funny thing is these idiots who think they are the master class and who must know better than everyone else are so far out of their league on this matter it makes them more the clowns than usual.

Coordinated media lies seems to be the story of the week (see post below)!

7 responses so far

7 Responses to “News Media Shocked Public Not Buying Their Propaganda On Global Warming”

  1. norm says:

    by scientific community you must be refering to dumbledore again. when doing your “scientific” research do you read the books or just watch the movies?

  2. Dorf77 says:

    AJ Which one do you like for the above Bumbling Idiot, Blithering Idiot, or Despicable Ba$tard? Just wondering.

  3. gwood says:

    When it comes to complex science, I generally rely on divinity school dropouts.

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  5. MerlinOS2 says:

    Only yesterday Wired Magazine has informed us that now the Scientific Method is Obsolete

  6. BarbaraS says:

    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. Global warming is the biggest scam ever perpetrated on the people on this planet. The idea that humans can direct the weather is absurd. The ideas that the habits of humans has any impact on the weather is absurd. The blatant arrogance of the liberals knows no bounds. This is just a money making scheme and a tax em to death scheme. People should get a clue. When they changed global cooling to global warming to climate change they tipped their hands and showed this whole thing is a con.


    I would go with blithering idiot. Norm/Ken/etc swallows every talking point the dems put out. Nothing but one of the sheeple. He doesn’t even stop to think “Does this make any sense?” about anything they say. Just repeats by rote the memo he got that morning.

  7. Neo says:

    Today marked a new low for the way congressional Democrats deal with national security. This morning, the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence and the House Permanent Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming held a joint hearing on a “National Intelligence Assessment” on global climate change. This analysis was ordered by the Democratic Congress last year and was issued a few weeks ago. Some highlights (or low-lights) from the hearing:

    1) In response to a question by Global Warming Committee member Greg Walden (R-OR), the Intelligence Community admitted they had “low to medium confidence” in the accuracy of this estimate because intelligence officers lack the expertise to write such an estimate (it was mostly contracted out to other organizations) and climate change science is so uncertain. As Walden started to ask about why an analysis of such low reliability was issued, Congressman Ed Markey (D-MA), the Global Warming Committee Chairman, cut him off and told him he was out of time even though Markey let all the previous Democrats speak substantially past their time limits.

    2) Intelligence Committee Ranking Member Peter asked what intelligence was used for this estimate and whether intelligence collection requirements were prepared. National Intelligence Council Chairman Thomas Fingar said no clandestine intelligence was used and that intelligence officers extrapolated what would happen if the “mid-level estimates” by the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change were correct. When Hoekstra asked why the U.S. Intelligence Community would write an major analysis of low to medium confidence that contained no intelligence, Fingar answered, “because you [Congress] told us to.”

    3) Hoekstra noted that intelligence assessments of high confidence have proven to be wrong and he wondered why an intelligence assessment of low to medium confidence would even be published. In an attempt to dispel the debate over confidence, Intelligence Committee member Congresswoman Anna Eshoo (D-CA) responded by noting that the 2002 Iraq WMD NIE had high confidence in its findings. Some Republicans thought Rep. Eshoo’s statement actually made their case about the futility of issuing an intelligence assessment that intelligence officers cannot fully back.