CO2 Fanatic: ‘Execute’ Global Warming Deniers
The item below just came into my email box, from Newsmax.
I suppose I should confess, as being one of the 700 PhDs in climate-weather science who gave their name in support of Senator Inhofe’s US Senate Minority Report last year, in opposition to the current CO2 craze, and all the laws involved. I also signed the Open Letter to Prez. Obama informing him his talking points on global warming were factually in error. Lots of good it does. Nobody pays attention anyhow, even when it snows in North Dakota in June.
But, hey, certainly you have a lot of money you don’t need or use, so when the tax man cometh with his begging bowl, Be Generous! There are starving bureaucrats and even some Multinational Corporations needing your tax contributions! To fight global warming! J.D.
Web Site: ‘Execute’ Global Warming Deniers
Environmentalist Robert F. Kennedy Jr. in 2007 declared that skeptics of global warming hysteria are guilty of "treason."
Then NASA’s James Hansen said climate skeptics should be put on trial for "high crimes against humanity."
And Kennedy recently called coal companies "criminal enterprises" and said their CEO’s should be jailed "for all of eternity."
Now a global warming alarmist has taken the vitriol to new heights, calling for the execution of global warming deniers.
The alarmist, identified only as "The Insolent Braggart," posted an entry on Talking Points Memo, an often-cited Web site. TPM removed the entry from the site, but not before it came to the attention of Marc Morano of Climate Depot.
He reproduced the entry on his Web site:
"At what point do we jail or execute global warming deniers? . . . The vast majority of the scientific minds in the world agree and understand it’s a very serious problem that can do an untold amount of damage to life on Earth.
"So when the right-wing [expletive deleted] have caused it to be too late to fix the problem, and we start seeing the devastating consequences and we start seeing end of the world type events – how will we punish those responsible? It will be too late. So shouldn’t we start punishing them now?"
The Washington Examiner cited the TPM poster in an editorial headlined, "Is American politics becoming a hate sport?"
The editorial likened the poster to Scott Roeder, who is charged with killing abortion doctor George Tiller, and John Brown, the abolitionist who led a murderous raid on a federal facility shortly before the Civil War.
"Are Brown, Roeder, and the TPM poster simply lone fanatics," the Examiner asked, "isolated illustrations of what happens when political concerns become warped beyond reason and combine with unstable personality characteristics to produce gruesome results?