Saturday, 9 May 2009

2009 ?... No, it's still 1984...

...and George Orwell's newspeak is popular among the green/left... although today of course, it's IPPC UN Internationalism which demands unquestioning obedience. When Maurice Strong, the founder of the UN Environment Programme said "Isn’t the only hope for the planet that the industrialized civilizations collapse? " he created today's 1984 style Ministry of Truth. True to the Ministry's message, socialists around the world have embraced Maurice Strong's dictum, and with the help of a compliant news media, have branded climate change sceptics as deniers, who wish to condemn future generations to a polluted, unlivable planet.

Cometh the hour, cometh the technology...The failure of the main media to live up to their investigative past leaves the field open to independent bloggers to disseminate the sceptical message. Opinion polling shows that the sceptics (assisted by an uncooperative cooling planet) are winning the day. When the accolades are distributed, taking the gold medal will be Anthony Watts, who continues to rage, rage against the dying of the light...

3 comments:

MK said...

"Isn’t the only hope for the planet that the industrialized civilizations collapse?"

To be accurate, i think the left are only interested in the fall of western civilization, they'd be quite happy for places like China and Russia to keep going.

Ayrdale said...

Yes, he's worth reading about.
"He's dangerous because he's a much smarter and shrewder man [than many in the UN system]," comments Charles Lichenstein, deputy ambassador to the UN under President Reagan. "I think he is a very dangerous ideologue, way over to the Left."

Ronald Bailey wrote about him in Reason magazine...
http://www.afn.org/~govern/strong.html
...and his influence, particularly when linked with George Soros,makes him one of the world's power-brokers.

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