The stakes could scarcely be higher

The following just came in on our email feed, under the pseudonym of Brad Keyes, in response to this bombshell from J. Delingpole.

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We felt you needed to hear it raw.

Thanks Danny. I did leave a comment conceding defeat in the war on climate change, congratulating climate change, expressing the hope for national healing, and comforting SJWs with the assurance that the real war, the war that counts, the one against climate denial, is still very much a live cause. And the stakes could scarcely be higher: climate denial has been likened by leading scientists to “Hitler, but with two balls.” It makes climate change look like Mussolini, if he had a severe case of monorchidism.

11 thoughts on “The stakes could scarcely be higher

  1. “And the stakes could scarcely be higher: climate denial has been likened by leading scientists to “Hitler, but with two balls.” It makes climate change look like Mussolini, if he had a severe case of monorchidism.”

    Harrumph! It is this kind of comment that needs destroying and having a war made on it. Climate change is supposed to be about science. Science is about careful open consideration of all facts, open debate, testing and retesting of hypotheses and sharing data so all sides can replicate results. Above all TRUTH should win and nature will not allow us to get away with partisan ideologies because nature herself will keep presenting us with truth no matter what our models and theories percent.

    Respect for science has been sadly lacking in the climate change debate. We are told 97% or scientists agree. We are told that to question any part of that imposed consensus reality is to be a Nazi. If I dare to ask about error bars on a graph I am a Nazi???? That is certainly not science. That kind of thinking is also exactly what the American people just voted out of power. Instead of planning on how to be making war on “denial”, it is time to lay down the weaponry and unite to make truce to find TRUTH rooted in solid real science, whatever that truth may be.

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  2. tumbleweedstumbling: It could be that Brad Keyes is using a bombastic form of satire here. In fact, knowing him as I do (and I’m not denying that’s been hard for both of us) I’d hazard a guess he was. He wants to show how ridiculous the identity politicking of climate has become. Such opposite-of-the-truth bizarrety is an acquired taste. Keep up the good fight!

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  3. I don’t want to pour climate catastrophe on your party, but French telly is reporting that Trump has removed references to reneging on the Paris Cross-My-Fingers-and-Hope -to-Die Promise 21 from his website.

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  4. Interesting Geoff. I refer you to my phrases in the previous thread

    who knows, maybe he really meant it about climate

    and

    Only time will tell.

    The clock is certainly ticking.

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  5. On which of Trump’s statements of apparent intent on the campaign trail are going to turn into commitments, Mark Urban of the BBC was with a member of his transition team this afternoon, he’s just said on Newsnight, and was told that a good deal of it was just ‘campaign shtick’. All the critique of NATO, all the ‘freeloading’ comments about South Korea and Japan are to be ignored, as is the idea of term limits for members of Congress and Senators. Two things only were considered realistic deliverables: repealing the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) and the wall with Mexico.

    Guess what wasn’t even mentioned? Anything to do with climate. That may be a glaring weakness in Urban’s reporting but generally I find the guy good. Which bucket does our great interest belong to? Is the sudden hole in the website reported from Paris being confirmed?

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  6. tumble: The appointment of Myron Ebell, which is certainly a great idea, has not been confirmed since the election victory as far as I know. On this theme Eric Worrall has just published Climate Establishment Hopeful Trump will Betray the Trust of the American People on Watts Up With That, concluding:

    I suspect we’re seeing the beginning of a global attempt to pressure President Trump into watering down his electoral commitments, but I also think they have chosen the wrong President to try to bully – President Trump is not an unprincipled professional sellout like some of his predecessors.

    We certainly hope so. Trust, but verify, as they say.

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  7. Geoff Chambers says: 10 Nov 16 at 9:55 pm

    “I don’t want to pour climate catastrophe on your party, but French telly is reporting that Trump has removed references to reneging on the Paris Cross-My-Fingers-and-Hope -to-Die Promise 21 from his website”
    Why should the Donald even have a website? The campaign to influence voters is long over! His best approach may be to do nothing public until after January 20th!

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